#1
Hey guys. I play trumpet, tenor sax, and guitar.
I want to try my hand at covering a fun ska song, by myself.
I have garageband on my macbook pro and so this should work.

What's a good song to try?
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#2
Do either Drinkin for Eleven by Mad Caddies or Gone for a long time by The Johnstones those would be sweet.
#3
DOes the Lion City Still roar by Less Than Jake and maybe All my Best Friends Are Metalheads by LTJ
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#5
thanks guys!
An more?
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#9
How about taking a non-ska song and making it ska? It could be a fun challenge if you like that.
#12
Any early LTJ, All My Best Friends... is a good shout.
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Very true. My friend and I made a ska version of Phantom of the Opera between the two of us. It was fun as all hell and pretty awesome.
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#15
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#16
Be like the specials and just cover skatalites, prince buster, and desmond dekker tunes.Also some early reel big fish fun, as well as Big D.