Funky Calypso - The Trade Winds (2) - Caribbean Gold - The Best Of (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. After October, , the black-rainbow ring label had the silver oval Capitol logo centered over the top of the spindle hole. Capitol did NOT duophonic this album for "stereo" (May, ). The 4/18/60 RIAA gold Lp certification $1 million mark at the time meant the Lp had sold something like , copies by /5(8).
  2. Calypso Rose’s success in the s resulted in her becoming the first woman Calypso Monarch. Caribbean Music and Its Impact Around the World. Unsurprisingly, the s was a favorite era for Caribbean music. Nat King Cole’s song, “Calypso Blues,” was the start of the music craze.
  3. Our beach has been described as one of the best in the Caribbean with a white sand bottom and no cross currents. By following the links below we will show you in words and pictures why St. Croix is the best island to visit, Gentle Winds the best resort and Calypso Condo the best unit in which to vacation.
  4. Online shopping for Calypso - Latin Music from a great selection at CDs & Vinyl Store.
  5. Good compilation of Jamaican mento (not calypso) aimed at tourists. As such, the music is top-notch but in terms of meaning, there's not much here. The exception is Lord Lebby's famous "Kinsey Report" which is a commentary on the groundbreaking sexual book, which at the time of the song's writing had just had its second volume released.
  6. Generally speaking, the extreme southern Caribbean has the most stable and predictable weather; here, the trade winds blow steady and strong, sometimes bringing a brief afternoon shower. But destinations like Aruba tend to be dry to the point of arid, with desert-like features in some places.
  7. From the beginning, the songwriting ability of Dave Martins would set Tradewinds apart from the many of the talented groups in the Caribbean. A naturally gifted writer, able to achieve the difficult task of writing in many forms (calypso, ballad, folk, pop), Dave Martins has caught the flavour of life in the Southern Caribbean in a unique way.
  8. Calypso was a sea goddess and daughter of Atlas. In the days of myth and legend, the beautiful Calypso ruled the seas, and all sailors both loved and feared her, even though she too had mortal blood. As a heathen goddess, Calypso was able to take many forms, but since the crab was attributed as her symbol, she chose that form. According to one particular legend, Calypso fell in love with a.
  9. The Trade Winds (2) The Tradewinds Sing Caribbean Favourites: LPS RCA Victor: LP, Album, Stereo, Trinidad & Tobago: The Trade Winds (2) The Tradewinds: XPR Penny (3) LP, Mini-Album,, Canada: The Tradewinds Orchestra And Chorus: The Hidden Island - Narrated By David Janssen: BN Epic: LP, Stereo,, US: The Trade.

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