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Episode 326 · 1 year ago

The Ska Show with Beefy, Nov 13th 2021 (Pod1)



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Broadcast live from Melbourne to Australia and the rest of the world on 88.3 Southern FM.

Get vaxxed! Let's hope everyone does the right thing so we can get some gigs happening! Beefy keeps banging out the tunes trying to make sure that The Ska Show with Beefy maintains the prestigious mantle of being the SECOND best Ska Show on the planet ( Nobody's quite sure what needs to be done to snag that number 1 spot though - just keep being awesome I guess! Beefy has made this little corner of the Ska Universe his very own as every week the World's (2nd) Best Ska Radio Show airs some of the best Ska music from everywhere. No other ska show boasts the diversity or the innovation of what Beefy brings to the Ska party! The Big Beef Man continues to make sure 2021 is more SkaMaggedon than Armageddon! Ska Nation is only a few weeks away so we've got live tracks from Loin Groin, Kujo Kings, The Menage, Pirateska Rebellion and Alla Spina as a little taster, plus there's top tracks from The Managers, Hog Hoggidy Hog, Knattertones, Madness, The Beat, The Siren Six, King Apparatus, UB40 and Stiff Little FIngers join the Ska Party.

Send me your music if you're in a band - do it & I'll play it. Share the gospel of Ska if you can. Stay safe everybody!

Only Beefy does Ska Radio like you've never heard before!

Any moment that you love my blue I love God finds who I am as person and I will never turn my back on Scott. Looking back, I have no regrets. You should never wait to play. Gone we don't play. It's time to have a bit of a Skank and I think that I will in fact skank. Hey, this is roger from Lesson Jake and you're listening to the sky show with beef. This happens to be the second best Scot show on the whole planet. Check it out, Hey, you don't much that Wutch this. This is a heavy, heavy munsters, the nutsies shows around. Whoos stop the phone, complete as is jobs, job,...

...job, Harry Man John Hobby has a canary the so much hair it's kind of scary, like to a ginny dairy, like any other man, just very hairy. Johnny. Johnny actually walked to the hairy man came the day when he did shave and he looked better. He looks better here. He did shake he its memb. How Vot? This is Chris Eddie and Scott.

We are from the living end and we're here for Rad recording artists, actors and athletes against drink driving. I see a lot of things that gigs, dogs, nudity, clowns, but mostly people having a good time in a few drinks. What I'd hate to say is someone getting behind the wheel after they've been drinking. So if you plan to drink, plant ahead a range of designated driver who won't drink or stay the night at a friend's place. This song is called poor loll dusty baby, look up to you. I'M gonna finds don't want to call my own. You can take the rocks and sweet I want the saxophone. Oh Yeah, all I give to you...

...a thank you, guys. Thank you guys indeed. You listen to the sky show with me, beefy, thank you for joining me. We're going scar nation. The countdown is on. Everything's confirmed. We got six weeks to go. I think this five shows. So the live sessions this week from Melbourne Boys loin growing. We heard botheration Melbourne crew because it's boys angirls in Kujo King's Wolfman John. Then we had the manage. Haven't seen him for a so I have no ideas in that band anymore. Warn them, Bull Goth. That was what we heard. Are a Queensland Alice Spiner, boys and girls in that band. Fifty split we heard a live version of Tony and then we heard a band I am most looking forward to seeing at scar nation. Pirates, scarrabelle in a bit of Latins scar definitely girls involved with the boys in the Pirate Scar Rebelling Paul Love. That was that. Now Scar Nation gonna let you know eighteen to ninety for December. It's at the tea tree hotel in Waddian down in the South West. It's about all up a twohour drive from Melbourne's near Kolac. Just passed along. It is going to be absolutely brilliant. Fifteen bands from all over Australia. The Benny's are headlining the Saturday night. The best live band in the world, Melbourne Scar Orchestra, and now headlining the Sunday. If you can't make both days, the Benny's are brilliant. Sold a lot of tickets. Melbourne Scar Exter Awesome. You can get along to see them. Our borders are open. People. If you want to come from overseas now, get on a plane. We will accept you one after quarantine. You might have to be vaccinated but you won't have to quarantines. You can get to scar nation. Check it out scar nationcom. Tickets are available through ostis Os ed tixcom today. You glamping? Oh, we're going posh people. glamping packages are available, so if you want to posh it up at scar nation then you can as well. It's going to be a stay over fessels, an overnight thing. It's going to be awesome. We are planning to make this big, big, bigger and better than anything's ever been done in Australia before. It is the biggest scar festival ever to be held in Australia. We just want to make this a long term investment for Victoria. Get bands from overseas. Why not? It is going to be brilliant. We got to start somewhere. This is it. All Right, thanks. Join me. I'M gonna play a couple of hours of the best cart tunes from all over the planet. We've heard a load of ozzy bends. We're going to stay down under, but New Zealand stall. These are out of Auckland. They other managers. This is think twice spend your life. Someone asked me where would I see...

I'm from? Where would I be from? And someone asked me where. I say I belong so much. It's they so much wrong, so much fighting, to long, so much ger, so much pain, and when the powers should be got to find them all out to play. Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? A bike? What a big when I makes me sick. got a big bus thinking life. We're both live, both I think you by to have that knocking. I have not everything on me, all right, but just to weep the rich masty. That's where he's some power. Zooma to one of my favorite...

...bands out. I say every go hug hog and he hug off their two thousand and five album oink African son. Now I'll give you give your heads up. If you've not got the HOG hoggedy hog albums, get them. They're brilliant. It is so much fun. I'm not sure whether they're playing live anymore or they're actually playing or recording, but I do like a bit of hug huggedy hog before those guys, managers out of Auckland, New Zealand, think twice. I did read about a little bit of a manager's reunion not that long ago. I have no other news for you, unfortunately, I wish I did. Sorry about that. Right, we're going to play a bit of madness. One of my all time favorites, probably what got me into skir in the first place. WHAT'S DIP BE DOGS? Watch this. This is the heavy, heavy months. The son who stood walk in a night at a walking said that and go inside, a fe inside are...

...the natter tones with a k out of Berlin in Germany. That is the title track off their new album. Judy and Sam, I'm pretty sure I haven't played the NATO tones before, so that's a Scotia would be you debut. The've been around since the early maybe been one thousand nine hundred and ninety nine. But I will be checking more of the NATO tones at and if there is some absolute classics then I'll be playing them on the show. But yeah, Judy and SAM, so check them out. They are definitely on Bank camp. Like I said, with a KKN a tteer tones, natatnes before the NATO tones. Madness, one step beyond. What a great tune they're talking about. Great shunes bends it no plates. Yeah, a band out of Ireland, probably one of my favorite punk bands of all time. They're called the stiff little fingers. It has been known they've covered the specials a little bit before. They've played a few kind of rock reggae, I suppose tunes as well. This he's kind of a bit scary, bit rock reggae. This is a tune off. There no help, no hope, not, no help, no hope. Album from two thousand and fifteen. It is called last train from the wasteland. Features Bruce Foxton, formerly of the gem, now of from the gem anyway. That's a by the bye type deal. This is stiff little fingers, last train from the waste land. The video. He's got a basically every you. This is all it is. You wait, no matter, you go the first a you begin. So rather better than table Latt it's time. No one cares. Only... get my sadness. I've been gone. I could tears a clown. The beat awesome before the beat. Stiff little fingers banging and the place off. The two thous fifteen and no help, no don again, no hope album. That was the last train from the waste land. Cracking tune. Now really do like it. We're kicking on through here on the sky show. would be for the first scalp odd of this week. Now. Regular listeners will know it has been my quest to bring you some of the lesser known scar from the late twenty century. Beans you don't hear anything about anymore. And I'M gonna go to Minneapolis. Saint Paul from one thousand nine hundred and ninety seven. This is off their voice with a built in promise album the band called the sirens. Six. This is an absolute belting tune. Is called gay right. I don't know much about the siren sex, but if they're bringing a tunes like this, I will bloody know about him very, very shortly. Get it to the next now, wherever it's got great idea. Never want to get a bull talking about the great ideas. Get it to the next now. It gotta make a big decision. You don't know what to do. Hey, get it to the next now. They gotta be so serious. It doesn't make sense for us to be so serious.

But get it to the list now. I gotta make a big decision. We don't know what to do. I get it. I gotta get it. What I tried to be and what you know. I what I tried to be and what you said. What you get? Solid one love. I'body said. It is as well. Wonder says. I had of Toronto Canadia King Apparatus. Chris Murray was a big part of the old king apparatus. Of their debut self titled Album, One Thousand Nine hundred and ninety two ish, solid one love. That was called the siren six from the twin cities minneapolist Saint Paul's. That was a ninety seven tune off their voice with a built in promise album. Get it right. Siren six sending kind of a bit like Eddns Goldfish, a little bit so great. Sound like that. Will be checking out more of the Siren six. That's about it for the first scarpod of the week. SCOP on number two will be coming your way. You're very, very soon. He will kick off with a well famous give sex show as normal. You wouldn't expect anything less, would you? If you're in a band and I haven't played your music, you need to get in touching me. If you're a fan of the show also...

...and I haven't played your favorite tunes, please get in touch me. The same way. You can check me out on facebook the sky show with beefy, or if you're a twitter head, at beefy sky show is my handle. I'm not a tick tocker. I'm not an Instagrammer, I'm not a twitcher. Anything else that's there I don't do, by the way. So it's only those two ways to get in touch with me. Send your music, I'll get it on the show. I'm doing five scar pods of fortnight because my time frames are a bit pressed at them. I want to go a few other bits and pieces happening, so I'm down a five shows a fortnight. So this ample opportunity for me to get your music on the show. Also, if you've got any news or any gigs in porn stuff coming up, then let me know and I will pass that on to the listening public. There are loads of gigs happening. Please check your local listings. Even in Melbourne we're starting to get some shows. Resonates played a show on Friday night. There were a couple other shows kicking about as well, but I was a bit busy so I didn't get out the house. Never Mind, there's always next week. There's always the week nights as well. But there were loads of bands. The specialized big ten happened in the UK over the weekend. I know Andy be in the world, friend of the show, made their debut live performances. They played London on Saturday then the specialized on Sunday. So that's pretty awesome for those guys. I've talked to Andy about recording any other gigs and we can play some live stuff on the show to that would be really, really cool. Fest was a couple of weeks ago. There were a load of scare bands playing out. So there are gigs and festivals happening and I need to remind you. Do I need to remind you scar nation, eighteen than nine December in country, Victoria, some pretty sad news, not necessarily scar but SCA, a Jason Scar Related Astro from UB forty. Unfortunately, terrence Wilson passed away over the Weekendy at a short illness. He was sixty four. That is all sixty four taken far, far too soon. So we're going to go out with a little tribute to astro and you be forty, back when they were all one band and weren't falling out with each other. So I'm going to play a live version of red red wine, which we kind of know Astro am. I going to call it a rap. I suppose you do call it wrap, so does some spoken with some toasting in the scar world that we would call it so astro is all over red, red white. Now, when I was looking into red red wine and live performances, today there is a recorded version. You can jump on the old youtube check out red red wine live at the PROMS UB forty playing with like a hundred piece symphony orchestra. It is absolutely awesome, really really cool. But I'm not playing that version tonight. I'm going to play a version from Montro rock festival. Actually, rest in peace, Astro. The SKA and reggae world is a lesser place without you around. Leave you with that and I will talk to you very, very soon. Ready, very one, you before we really makes me every red... so fine, picky me rocket at the time. Read bad wine be so grind. Do you see my eyes? Bad wine be so sad any time. I see you going with the feel by kind of you. Hey there, beefy, Hey, rob, do you have nothing to do all the time? Yes, I've got nothing to do all the time, rob. Well, guess what, I've found something that you can do with your nothing time. Well's that, rob. Listen to a great podcast called three hundred and sixty five days of sport. Guy. It's does you and me? Wow, so other people can listen to it besides the people who are on it? Yeah, if you want, get it wherever you get your podcast from. Well, spotify to three hundred and sixty five days of sport. It's the podcast you never knew you wanted to listen to.

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