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Make It with You. Make the World Go Away. Mama Look. Mammy Blue. NicolettaJoel Dayde. Meagre Dog. Message from a Black Man. Moonlight in Vermont. Moon River. Henry Mancini and His Orchestra and Chorus. Riz Ortolani e Nino Oliviero. My Boy Lollipop. My Girl. My Sweet Lord. The ChiffonsBilly Preston. My Way. Nice Time. Bob Marley and The Wailing Wailers. Night Train. None Shall Escape. No Woman No Cry. Obeah Wedding. Ode to Billy Joe. Oh Happy Day. One Bad Apple. One Day Soon. Francis LaiMatt Monro.
Only a Fool. Gershon Kingsley. Pum Pum on a String. Reggae Makossa. Rivers of Babylon. Singer Man. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes. Something's Burning. Kenny Rogers and The First Edition. Soul Limbo. Soul Serenade. Sweet City Woman. Talking Blues. The Fox. Theme from Doctor Zhivago. Theme from The Apartment. The Three Bells. Then, make sure to get your vinyl ready because I have a fairly comprehensive list of holiday-related Jamaican tunes, some ska, some post-ska, for your festive parties!
First Lord Creator With The Byron Lee Orchestra* - Jamaica Jump Up (Vinyl) all, here is a little primer on holiday traditions and history in Jamaica, which is very important to ska history, as you will see.
Much of the showmanship and competition found in the music industry in Jamaica today and throughout the last century can be traced back to the pomp and swagger of the Caribbean festivals where music and performance combined in a flamboyant display of prowess. These festivals, Carnival in Trinidad, and Jonkunnu in Jamaica, were celebrations that took place during the height of the Great Revival spiritual traditions that stemmed from African religions—Pukkumina, Zion, Kumina, etc.
Jonkunnu in Jamaica has its origins in the Carnival celebration in Trinidad, which, in turn, had its origins in the Masquerade celebrated by Europeans. Carnival began at Christmas time and lasted sometimes until Ash Wednesday. Celebrations included feasting and processions through the streets, the biggest of which took place on Shrove Tuesday, or the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.
These processions were called canboulay, a derivation of the French words cannes brulees, which translates as burning canes. Slaves from nearby plantations were summoned to help extinguish the fire. Taken to the field by a driver with a whip, the slaves carried flaming torches to light the way. Canboulay processions draw elements from these events, utilizing participants with whips who emulate the slave master, masked characters representing people and animals, in an entertaining lampoon of life.
The content of these processions, these marches, were serious, but the tone was lighthearted and enjoyable. One of the main displays in canboulay during Carnival is kalinda. Kalindas were stick fights, similar to the art of dula meketa in Ethiopia or mousondi in the Congo, and were tests of strength and skill.
In a spirit of camaraderie and competition, each group threw out boasts to one another, stating their prowess and challenges frequently set to song which was called kalinda, since the warlike song and the stick fight itself were part of the festival Lord Creator With The Byron Lee Orchestra* - Jamaica Jump Up (Vinyl).
Fighters chose their sticks carefully, visiting a region in Trinidad called Gasparillo to select a stick made of Baton Gasparee wood. They then prepared their stick by singeing it over a fire until the bark came off, then they rubbed coconut oil into the wood. The stick was ready Lord Creator With The Byron Lee Orchestra* - Jamaica Jump Up (Vinyl) use and when horns or empty bottles were sounded, the bands assembled accompanied by instrumentalists, singers, and dancers who performed a dance called a belair, or bele, Lord Creator With The Byron Lee Orchestra* - Jamaica Jump Up (Vinyl).
The display involved the participation of all and the boasting was competitive in a respectful, boisterous, convivial manner.
This spirit of competitive camaraderie continued in the days of sound system clashes in the s and s as producers attempted to one-up each other to appeal to the crowds.
And ska recording artists, following the lead of the big pappies, also threw down challenges to each other to boast of their talent—Derrick Morgan and Lord Creator With The Byron Lee Orchestra* - Jamaica Jump Up (Vinyl) Buster is a classic example, as are the boasts and challenges between producers like Coxsone, Duke Reid, Prince Buster, and King Edwards. Due to the perceived threat of riot and revolt, canboulay and kalindas were banned by the government and police.
The masks used by characters in the procession were also banned in festivals in by the British governor. Drums and fiddles, associated with Africa, were considered heathen and therefore instruments of the devil, plus they were loud and disturbing late at night.
In Jamaica, this festival was called Jonkunnu, named after John Conny, a powerful leader of the Guinea people in the early s. The British spelled his name John Canoe, hence the name Jonkunnu. The white planters allowed their slaves to celebrate this secular festival which took place during the Christmas season. Elaborate street parades began on the island as early as Like Carnival, Jonkunnu involved masked characters. Performance and music always went hand in hand.
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Not Bad's compilation The Singles Collection offers two discs' worth of Byron Lee's earliest recordings. The first disc gathers several singles cut with the Dragonaires -- the last two are credited to Lord Creator & the Byron Lee Orchestra -- while the second has Come Fly with Lee, recorded at Atlantic Studios in and engineered by Tom sioprovcabradeperfscormarcodenmenssol.co: $ Introducing LP 'Carnival In Trinidad' by Byron Lee, Dragonaires. [Label] Dynamic (Org) [Price] ¥ [Genre] Soca / Carnival10 TRACKS: 1) Vero 2) Flinger Francisco - Miss Mary 3) Lord Kichener - Jericho 4) Strauss - Sprach Zarathustra 5) Slinger Francisco - My Connie 6) Shadow - Bassman 7) Shadow - I Come Out To Play 8) Lord Superior - San Fernando Carnival 9) Slinger Francisco - Priest.
B4 Byron Lee And The Dragonaires – Jump Up B5 Freddie Munnings & His Silver Slipper Orchestra – Coconut Woman B6 Harry Belafonte – Matilda B7 Diana Coupland – Under The Mango Tree B8 Folkes Brothers – Oh Carolina OTHER INFO: gm 45rpm vinyl with CD copy TERMS / SHIPPING INFO.
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