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  1. Scandal: – Robert Marley* Judge Not: Various: Scandal Ska ‎ (CD, Comp) Universal Music: PHCR Japan: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [m] Master Release. Edit Master Release Data Correct/5(25).
  2. Verified Purchase. This is a great collection of real Jamaican Ska from about - It includes the teen aged Bob Marley's first-ever single "Judge Not", recorded before he was in the Wailers. It also includes some artists not well-known today who were successful in the Ska era in /5(3).
  3. Judge Not Written-By – Unknown Artist: A3 Various: Scandal Ska ‎ (CD, Comp) Island Records: cid UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(12).
  4. This is a great collection of real Jamaican Ska from about - It includes the teen aged Bob Marley's first-ever single "Judge Not", recorded before he was in the Wailers. It also includes some artists not well-known today who were successful in the Ska era in Jamaica. It's the real deal/5(3).
  5. Not the soundtrack to the film Scandal, but including some of its numbers, Scandal Ska picks up where the movie left off, and bundles up an entire set's worth of songs from the Scandal era. The scandal itself was one of Europe's most infamous, bringing down the U.K. government when it was revealed that high-class hooker Christine Keeler was simultaneously servicing both the British Minister of 9/
  6. Jul 30,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Judge Not · Robert Marley Ska's The Limit , Vol.1 ℗ Universal Island Records Ltd. .
  7. Mar 20,  · Scandal Ska - Various Artists () Scandal - Don Drummond Judge Not - Robert Marley Honour Your Mother & Father - Desmond Dekker Miss Jamaica - Jimmy Cliff Love Me Baby - Laurel Aitken Turn Down Date - Cornel Campbell Exodus - Ernest Ranglin.
  8. The only real rhyme or reason to this particular box set is that it provides a focus on the British ska boom, tossing in a few Jamaican entries for good measure (including a couple of reggae cuts), along with a few moldy oldies from s British rude boy Judge Dread. Cuts from some of the bigger British ska outfits are from live recordings.

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