Sunday, 30 January 2011

Hello everyone here's last weeks show January 27th

Ska Shack 4
Broadway Jungle- Maytals
Girls town Ska – Baba Brooks
First Session - Baba brooks
Rough and tough – Stranger Cole
2000 Tons of TNT – GG Rhythm
What's your – Derrick Morgan
Soul Serenade- Ken Lazarus
Gold Dust – Jackie Mittoo
Monkey Man -Maytals
1000 tons of Megaton- roland alphonso
Gimme Back -Derrick Morgan
Cherry Oh Baby Eric Donaldson
Ripe Cherry
Real Rock- Sound Dimension
Sing jay Style-Johnny Osbourne
Richard Cory- Ken Boothe
Consider Me- Jennifer Lara
Wake Up Jamaica - Dennis Alcapone
Why I'am I so bad - Lyn Taitt
Rude Boy – Duke Reid allstars
Under arrest – Prince buster
Russian Ska – Skatatlites
Jah Launderette- Bim Skala Bim
Mosquito – Intensified
High Rise – Pama International
Gob Iron- Rought Kutz
Then a laugh and kiki- Soulmates
Worries a yard- versatiles
Fire coal Man- Wailers
Sweet Like Candy- Winston williams
Don't brag don't boast- Clancy eccles
Reggae girl- Tennors
Fire corner- King stitt
Conquer – Derrick Morgan
Give Me power – Stingers
don de lion – Don Drummond
Six seven books of moses- vilking
Natty choice- Lord tanamo
Skinhead Girl- Symarip
Pumpkin belly – Gappy ranks

Hope you enjoy it,

Sunday, 23 January 2011

Ska shack show 20/1/11

Hello everyone hope you enjoyed the show last week, if you didn't below is a link to download it. Once again me and Lee would like to thank everyone for the feedback. Keep it coming.


Justin hinds and the domininos Botheration
Derrick Morgan Oh My
Skatalites Confucious
Dice the boss Gun The man down
Carl Byrant Jumping Jack
Soul Brothers Hot and Cold
Pioneers pee wee Kluck
Dennis Walks Heart Don't leap
Max Romeo Wet Dream
Dave Collins Sunshine rock
Paragons  from me meek
Termites rub up push up
Bitty Mc Clean Fall in Lover
Supersonics Everyone dubbing
Bob marley running away
Dawn Penn No No no
Mighty Diamonds Pass the kouchie
Justin Hinds Carry Go Bring Come
Jimmy Cliff One eyed Jack
Busters allstars Devils daffodil
Riverton Rambles Just the fact
Skatalites Addis Ababa
Justin Hind The ark
Lord creator Don't stay Out late
Upsetters dollars in the teeth
GG allstars 2000 tons of TNT
Austin faithful Uncle Joe
Joe the boss Skinhead revolt
Pioneers Baby don't be late
Lee Perry People funny boy
Viceroys Lip And tongue
Junoir soul Glendvon Special
Jah Fender Sweet Pea
100 men Yeah Yeah girl
Hotknives Dave and Mary
Ska flames Street Sounds
Specials Nite club
Trojan sound system Liquidator
Laurel Aitken Jesse james
Pioneers Poor ramases
John Holt ali Barber
Hopeton lewis Live it up
Kingstonians SingerMan
Maytals 54-46 thats my number

Well hope you enjoy the show

get it here

Monday, 17 January 2011

our second show

Two young skins outside the west coast

Welcome to our second post. Hope you enjoyed our first show, Both me and Lee are well pleased with the feedback we have recieved. It's still early days but wehop our show will help and support the Ska and reggae scene in the uk. Thanks to everyone who tunes in on Thursday.

Cheers Toast

Thursday, 13 January 2011

Ska Shack


The waifs and strays of reggae, have been plying their trade for a number of years.

Toast  has been following the sound of ska since 1979, collecting reggae and ska vinyl and cd’s.  Listening to authentic right through to the Ska Punk sound. While working for Moon ska Europe, toast was offered a Dj slot at the London Ska Punk club sublime. Stepping up to the plate he intersperse the ska punk sound with Old studio one cuts and Blue beat tunes. The Kids loved it. Jamie and Itch from the King Blues were regulars and Lilly Allen was known to attend from time to time.

Lee is strictly authentic, loving his early ska with a passion, being influenced by his family he was nurtured on Roots reggae and being young, he was never influenced by the Two Tone sound. Lee looks back to the sixties loving instrumental skinhead reggae, ska and rock steady. His ear for the sound is second to none, finding reggae gems and bringing them to the masses.

It was while frequenting a local Dj night and somewhat worse for wear they found themselves un-impressed with the sounds on offer. A case of we can do better, they set up their first night with friends and family attending it took off and the rest is as they say history.

Here's our first show