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Lord Jellicoe & His Calypsonians - Yellow Bird / Jamaica Farewell flac album

Lord Jellicoe & His Calypsonians - Yellow Bird / Jamaica Farewell flac album Performer: Lord Jellicoe & His Calypsonians
Title: Yellow Bird / Jamaica Farewell
Style: Calypso
MP3 album: 1996 mb
FLAC album: 1696 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: FLAC DXD AUD WMA MP1 MMF MP4
Genre: Reggae

Manufactured By West Indies Records LTD. Jamaica . Rear jacket track list is not correct. Matrix, Runout (Side 1, etched): LORD-A-1. Matrix, Runout (Side 2, etched): LORD-B-2. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All.

Single by Arthur Lyman. from the album Percussion Spectacular! B-side. Several versions of "Yellow Bird" were recorded and released in Jamaica around the late 1950s/1960s. Jamaican mento/calypso singers renditions include Lord Jellicoe (Hilary ILP-1040), Keith Stewart (WIRL 1031), Count Frank (WIRL 1058), Roy Fuller (Tiger 002/Dynamic 3312), Archie Lewis (Federal 213) and The Joy Makers (Somb, 1976). Yellow Bird" has also been recorded by Keely Smith, Roger Whitaker, Davy Graham, Roger Williams, Johnny Tillotson, The Brothers Four, Gary Crosby, and Paul Clayton

A Yellow Bird B Jamaica Farewell. Companies, etc. Record Company – Premiere Production Company.

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Jamaica Farewell" is a famous calypso about the beauties of the West Indian Islands. The lyrics for the song were written by Lord Burgess (Irving Burgie). Lord Burgess was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1926. His mother was from Barbados and his father was from Virginia. The song first appeared on Harry Belafonte's phenomenally successful album "Calypso".

00:00 Yellow bird 01:58 The John B Sails 03:56 Marianne 05:14 Jamaica Farewell. Jim Crawford27 днів тому didnt know that there is really a song i was then 4 or 5 years old im now 51 the first time i rode in a jeepney with my family is called Yellow Bird. what a beautiful simple life then.


A Yellow Bird
B Jamaica Farewell

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Premiere Production Company