Two Tone Official Online Store
The place to pick up all of the new releases from Two Tone. Vinyl half-speed remasters, Single & Album Box sets, T-shirts etc...
Marco is the bass player of New Jersey ska/reggae band Bigger Thomas. His blog gives readers the inside scoop on bands who helped popularise ska in the U.S. and the U.K. He pays special attention to the birth of American ska but always has some juicy info or interviews from many of the main players from the days of 2 Tone.
The website for Jerry & The Spacemaker's "The Spatial AKA" Orchestra, the featuring a gig guide to The Spatial's UK tour, some youtube links and some glowing reviews, with photos & music "coming soon"...
Don't watch that... watch this...
The Jama Rico Wiki is dedicated to the music of Rico Rodriguez. It will present a referential discography, his biography, information on songs, records, and of course artists with whom he's been working - and much more.
The Selecter official website
Brand new and very comprehensive official website for The Selecter, covering everything from the band's inception to news of current gigs and releases and including lyrics, discography and much more...
Toni Tye - 2 Tone Photographer
Toni was invited to shoot stills (for a proposed book on 2 Tone) at the rehearsals & the gigs being filmed for Dance Craze. Some of the shots were published for Move Realm's Special on Two Tone, but there are many more gems to be found here, and you can also order shots from the site.
The Coventry Music Scene by Rex Brough
Rex is the man... been there, seen them all... and his site provides a great directory of bands from Coventry. The place to find out, who played with who? before they hit the big-time...
Go-Feet Records Collectors site
At last..!! Someone has taken the plunge and sorted out the Go-Feet label's back catalogue and turned up a few juicy titbits of info in the process... Kevin Feinberg is the man responsible, and deserves much applause for his excellent site...
Hompepage of British ska legends The Specials.
By far the most thorough source of info about The Specials online today, the site features, a Band History, Songbook, Pictures, MP3's & a very well managed and very active forum.
John Collins Local Records Label
One of the most enigmatic names in the story of 2 Tone, John Collins drafted in to produce the label's finest moment, Ghost Town, after Jerry Dammers lauded his production on Victor Romero Evan's 'At The Club'. The site features a history of the label & a great audio page where you can listen (and watch) a selection of tracks on the turntable.
Dance Crasher - Jamaican and UK 7" record label illustrations.
Wonderful site, with pages of illustrations of classic and rare Jamaican and UK Reggae, Ska and Rocksteady record labels from the 60's and 70's. Including pages dedicated to Studio 1, Trojan and its subsidiary labels, the Wailers and many more.
The UK stable of most of the original songs covered by the 2 Tone artists up to 1981. The site features an online shop, a forum & news.
David Storey - 2 Tone Sleeve Designer
David Storey's name appears on 2 Tone sleeves almost as much as Jerry Dammers', David worked on most of the sleeves for the label, icluding the 7" die cut sleeve & most of the LP sleeves. David's personal website features a portfolio of his work including, painting, prints and sleeve design including many of his 2 Tone designs.
ST Book Publishing
Publishers of George Marshall's Two Tone Story & Total Madness, Paul Williams' You're Wondering Now - A History Of The Specials and a host of other Reggae & Skinhead titles, books can be ordered direct from the website.