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$18.49 | Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way   Item 74311  UPC 4751179532026

1. Goodbye To Rome
2. Go Fife Go
3. Yours
4. Island In The Sun
5. Aye Aye Aye
6. Lawd Some Man Could A Smart
7. Careless Hands
8. The Weed
9. Melody D'amour
10. Kingston Town
11. Out The Fire
12. The Last Watch




Ultra-high quality Japanese issue of the crucial recordings of early 1960's Jamaican music. Superb package!!!
 

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$18.49

 

Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way

  

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$23.49 | Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way   Item 76541  UPC 4751179534020

1. Goodbye To Rome
2. Go Fife Go
3. Yours
4. Island In The Sun
5. Aye Aye Aye
6. Lawd Some Man Could A Smart
7. Careless Hands
8. The Weed
9. Melody D'amour
10. Kingston Town
11. Out The Fire
12. The Last Watch




Outstanding issue from Japan of this early 1960's gem. An instant collector's item. So beautiful you won't want to open it. Includes interview with Paul Khouri.
 

$23.49

 

Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way

  

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 1960
 
$11.29 | Count Owen, Laurel Aitken, Fats Domino, Etc. - Looking Back: The Jamaican Chart Hits 1958 And 1959 (2CD)   Item 129807  UPC 5036436046324

1. Harry Belafonte With Rob Gorma's Orchestra - Island In The Sun
2. Lord Tanamo - Sweet Dreaming
3. Gene & Eunice With Ray Ellis & His Orchestra & Chorus - The Vow
4. The Rays - Silhouettes
5. The Bobbettes With The Reggie Obrecht Orchestra - Mr. Lee
6. Larry Williams & His Band - High School Dance
7. Sam Cooke With The Bumbs Blackwell Orchestra - You Send Me
8. Laurel Aitken - Nightfall In Zion (Roll River Jordan)
9. Clyde McPhatter With Orchestra & Chorus - Rock And Cry
10. Ernie Freeman - Dumplins
11. Jimmy McCracklin & His Band - The Walk
12. Milson Luce With The Johnny Wallace Sextet - Don't Break Your Promise
13. Louis Prima With Sam Butera & The Witnesses - Buona Sera
14. The Platters - Twilight Time
15. Bill Doggett - Honky Tonk Part 1
16. Fats Domino - Sick And Tired
17. Chuck Willis With The Jesse Stone Orchestra - CC Rider
18. Nat King Cole & The Four Knights With Dave Cavanaugh's Music - Looking Back
19. Huey Piano Smith & The Clowns - High Blood Pressure
20. Cryil X Diaz & His Orchestra - Tabu
21. Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five - Show Me How (You Milk The Cow)
22. The Imperials - Tears On My Pillow
23. Perez Prade & His Orchestra - Guaglione
24. Little Willie John - Fever
25. Earl Grant With Chorus & Orchestra - The End
26. Laurel Aitken - Sweet Chariot
27. Count Owen & His Calypsonians Featuring Eaton Gayle & His Banjo - Hool A Hoop Calypso
28. Jimmy Clanton & His Rockets - Just A Dream
29. Lloyd Price With Don Costa & His Orchestra - Stagger Lee
30. Count Owen & His Calpsonians Featuring Euton Gayle & His Banjo - Island In The Sun
31. The Platters - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
32. Frankie Ford With Huey Piano Smith & His Orchestra - Sea Cruise
33. Earl Grant - Evening Rain
34. Huey Piano Smith & The Clowns - Little Chickee Wha Wha
35. The Coasters - Charlie Brown
36. The Three Playmates - Sugah Wooga
37. Wade Flemons & The Newcomers - Here I Stand
38. Oscar McLollie & Annette Baker With Googie Rene & His Orchestra - Hey Boy
39. Lloyd Price With Don Costa & His Orchestra - Personality
40. Jackie Wilson - That's Why (I Love You)
41. Billy Hope & The Bad Men - Riding West
42. Little Jimmy Scott I May Never (See My Baby Anymore)
43. Ernie Freeman & His Combo - Live It Up (Beardman Shuffle)
44. Mighty Sparrow - Dear Sparrow
45. Lee Andrews & The Hearts - It's Me (Whap Whap)
46. Wilbert Harrison - Kansas City
47. Professor Longhair - No Buts, But Maybe
48. Rosco Gordon - No More Doggin
49. The Drifters - There Goes My Baby
50. Johnny & The Hurricans - Red River Rock
51. Laurel Aitken & The Boogie Cats - Boogie Rock
52. Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five - GI Jive
53. Fats Domino - Be My Guest
54. Hal Paige & The Whalers - Going Back To My Hometown
55. The Hawks - I Yi
56. Laurel Aitken - Come Back Jeannie
57. Terry & Jerry - People Are Doing It Every Day
58. The Gone All Stars - 7 11 (Mambo Number 5)
59. Fitz Vaughn Bryan's Orchestra With Vocals By Kentrick Patrick - Evening News


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Count Owen, Laurel Aitken, Fats Domino, Etc. - Looking Back: The Jamaican Chart Hits 1958 And 1959 (2CD)

  

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