Byron Lee And The Dragonaires - Soul Time FLAC album
Byron Lee And The Dragonaires Soul Time. Release on the Jamaican label BRA in 1967, with Ken Lazarus on vocals and Jo Jo Bennett on trumpet.
A1 Rock Steady A2 Musical Pressure A3 Girl I've Got A Date A4 Bend Down Low A5 007 A6 Shoo - Bee - Doo B1 Soul Ska B2 Obeah Wedding B3 Papa Jack B4 Get Ou. .
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Byron Lee and the Dragonaires (known as Byron Lee's Dragonaires after Lee's death and now The Dragonaires) are a Jamaican ska, calypso and soca band. The band played a crucial pioneering role in bringing Caribbean music to the world. Byron Lee died on 4 November 2008, after suffering from cancer for a sustained period. The band was originally formed around 1950 by Byron Lee and his friend Carl Brady, taking its name from the St. George's College football team for which they played.
BLP-012, SOUL 012. Byron Lee And The Dragonaires. Christmas Party Time (LP, Album). Soul (3), Soul (3), Dynamic Sounds, Dynamic Sounds.
Written-By – Bob Morley. On labels: Produced by JAD Records, . Made in Canada by RCA Limited. A4 title is "Soul Day" on back cover vs. "There's Gonna Be A (Soul Day)" on label A5 title is "Groovy Feeling" on back cover vs. "Ooh What A Feeling (Groovy Feeling)" on label. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout (A-side label): SLP-1004-A. Byron Lee & The Dragonaires (LP).
If the music of Byron Lee and his band sounds hokey to you, then you're missing the point. The instrumentals tend to sound a bit generic, while the vocal tracks mostly shine: there are brilliant performances here by the underappreciated early reggae singer Eric "Monty" Morris (who provides most of the highlight tracks on disc one), calypso legend the Mighty Sparrow, and even Toots & the Maytals (check out this version of the classic "Bam Bam").
Byron Lee and the Dragonaires is one of the best known Jamaican bands. Lee played a crucial pioneering role in bringing Jamaican music to the world. Formed in 1956 and playing a big band-ska sound their big break came in the first James Bond film Dr. No, where they appeared as the band in the scene at Pussfeller's club and played a number of tunes on the soundtrack.
Byron Lee & The Dragonaires.
|A||Soul Time (Part I)|
|B||Soul Time (Part II)|
- Vocals – Ken Lazarus
- Written-By – Lee*, Lazarus*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
|BRA 909||Byron Lee & The Dragonaires*||Soul Time (7")||BRA||BRA 909||Jamaica||1967|