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'''Feel like jumping''' (1990-?), also known as ''F.L.J.'', was an A4, black and white, cut and paste, 36 page ska [[zine]], published in Sydney, NSW.  Issues provided information about Australian ska bands and their recordings, as well as some information about international ska bands.
 
'''Feel like jumping''' (1990-?), also known as ''F.L.J.'', was an A4, black and white, cut and paste, 36 page ska [[zine]], published in Sydney, NSW.  Issues provided information about Australian ska bands and their recordings, as well as some information about international ska bands.
  
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* No. 2: includes an editorial on the Australian ska scene ‘What’s up crazy pup?’, articles on The Allsorts, , The Scooter Club of Victoria, The Porkers, The Impressions, Soccer scene… St George style, an autobiographical article by Tel Heath, ‘Tracin that beat’ on the Jamaica’s musical legacy, Ansel Collins, Ska-boom, Little Chief, and reviews of gigs including Club Ska Live, Na-Whom, The Latenotes and The Allsorts.
 
* No. 2: includes an editorial on the Australian ska scene ‘What’s up crazy pup?’, articles on The Allsorts, , The Scooter Club of Victoria, The Porkers, The Impressions, Soccer scene… St George style, an autobiographical article by Tel Heath, ‘Tracin that beat’ on the Jamaica’s musical legacy, Ansel Collins, Ska-boom, Little Chief, and reviews of gigs including Club Ska Live, Na-Whom, The Latenotes and The Allsorts.

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F.L.J.#2

Feel like jumping (1990-?), also known as F.L.J., was an A4, black and white, cut and paste, 36 page ska zine, published in Sydney, NSW. Issues provided information about Australian ska bands and their recordings, as well as some information about international ska bands.

Issues

  • No. 2: includes an editorial on the Australian ska scene ‘What’s up crazy pup?’, articles on The Allsorts, , The Scooter Club of Victoria, The Porkers, The Impressions, Soccer scene… St George style, an autobiographical article by Tel Heath, ‘Tracin that beat’ on the Jamaica’s musical legacy, Ansel Collins, Ska-boom, Little Chief, and reviews of gigs including Club Ska Live, Na-Whom, The Latenotes and The Allsorts.

Contact

Feel Like Jumping, Box 4553 GPO Sydney, NSW 2001, Australia