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14 tracks found with the tag "Jamaican"

2 tracks, not registered with a PRO
12 tracks, registered with a PRO
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Jamaican Roots

03:05

Jamaican Roots is a lively and full reggae rack with all the bounce and vibe you would expect! With smooth big live bass, tons of rhythmic guitars, deep Hammond organs and the obligatory timbales! Bounces along into a Wah guitar solo towards the end! Relaxed and chilled vibe through-out!

4.

Ska Mad

01:01

Ska is a type of music that originates from Reggae and Jamaican music. The British punk movement also borrowed from Ska, and a good example of a band that made Ska popular in the mainstream was the UK pop/party band, 'Madness'. (Remember the song "Our House"?). This track is an uptempo ska with a horns top line. It's also available as an underscore version, without the horns.

8.

A Minor Ska

01:11

Ska is a form of Jamaican music which began in the early 1960s. Combining elements of traditional mento and calypso with an American jazz and rhythm and blues sound, it was a precursor in Jamaica to rocksteady and later reggae. It is the predominant form of music listened to by Rudeboys, Mods, and Skinheads, amongst others, with artists such as Symarip, Laurel Aitken, The Charmers and The Pioneers aiming songs at these groups as far back as the 1960s. (Wikipedia).

Ska is a type of music that originates from Reggae and Jamaican music. The British punk movement also borrowed from Ska, and a good example of a band that made Ska popular in the mainstream was the UK pop/party band, 'Madness'. (Remember the song "Our House"?). This track is an uptempo ska with a horns top line. It's also available as an underscore version, without the horns.

Ska is a form of Jamaican music which began in the early 1960s. Combining elements of traditional mento and calypso with an American jazz and rhythm and blues sound, it was a precursor in Jamaica to rocksteady and later reggae. It is the predominant form of music listened to by Rudeboys, Mods, and Skinheads, amongst others, with artists such as Symarip, Laurel Aitken, The Charmers and The Pioneers aiming songs at these groups as far back as the 1960s. (Wikipedia).

2 tracks, not registered with a PRO
12 tracks, registered with a PRO

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