Many reggae fans have this mento side, as it the b-side of Nora Dean's classic reggae hit, "Barbwire".
Matthias describes recording as being based on "Peanut Vendor", which though part of the mento repertoire, was originally a Cuban song.
The Senate is separately debating a government bill that adds penalties for drug-impaired driving.
This is an overt election record, the likes of which can only have come from Jamaica.
It was an advertisement for Prime Minister candidate Norman Manley in the 1962 election.
"Calypso Mama" an instrumental with occasional shouting ("Ayayay" and some other words, perhaps "Mama come and ... Penny whistle is the lead instrument along with guitar and rumba box, played in a very hectic this scan "Yellow Bird", by Lord Composer, on Coxsone Dodd's Port-O-Jam label.
Composer recorded two classic 1950s sides (go More here Artists and Song Clips page for more on these, including clips).
The House of Commons passed the federal bill Monday.
It must get through an unpredictable Senate before it can become law.
On the Port-O-Jam label, produced by Coxsone Dodd, a mento single by Roy Richards and The Ramblers: "Linstead Market" b/w: Wheel O Matilda / Hill and Gully Rider (Wheel O Matilda is actually "We Love Matilda) There is harmonica, electric rhythm guitar and Latin influenced drums. On both sides, flute is the lead instrument over multiple percussion players, bass and guitar.
"John Tom" was included in the 2006 collection "Dip And Fall Back" and is described on the "Can I Buy Mento? The overall sound is similar to that heard on the 1968 LP Courtesy of Mark Kukta of Jacksonville, Florida, here are some interesting artifacts.
So far, eight provinces and territories have unveiled plans ahead of the government’s July 1, 2018 deadline for Canadians to access legal pot.
Gladu laid out her party’s concerns in verse before question period Friday morning: Tories have raised eyebrows with some of their arguments against cannabis legislation.
I don't know if it was a hit as the label indicates, but here on the GG's label, produced by Alvin Ranglinis, is the mento instrumental "Cut Munoo" played in a suitable rural style by The Kiemanaires.