Most likely, no, because as I’ve continued to record, I’ve moved past that moment. I’m always evolving, so keeping old material (in most cases) is like clinging to old school pictures; I’ve moved past it. BUT I have been continuing to record, so the new projects (BILI vol2 & Cymatika) are extensions of what The Prelude was, in a sense.
Who invented ska music? John Jeremiah Sullivantraces the history of the genre in his latest essay for The Oxford American. “The more the claims for Rosco Gordon’s supremacy as a ska progenitor seem not out of proportion, and the less crazy it feels to say that, in a sense, ska was born in Tennessee.” Pair with: Sullivan’s essay on Bunny Wailer, who makes a cameo in his ska essay.