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Title Drums of defiance : Maroon music from the earliest free black communities of Jamaica.

Published Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1992.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (69 minutes)
Notes Streaming audio files.
Title from resource description page (viewed March 03, 2016).
Includes PDF of liner notes in English.
Contents Hear when de duppy bawl -- Fire da bun -- Remember rain, John Warren -- Moko Johnny -- Morning star -- See dem gyal a molain -- Me aks me dasha weh him min go -- Nyam one day, bui sanga -- Kin an beri -- Banda gone a wood -- Ya ya dempo -- Wiri-oo sankoma -- Maki bo -- Jo leh -- Siyumande -- Abeng (signaling horn) -- Drum language -- Drum language -- Shedo -- Anabo yedeng -- Falla me -- Dede bi ankama -- Ba wiri-oo -- Oh duppy -- Siyumande yoyo -- Grandy nanny -- A mini wai-oo -- Ingia mayongo -- Squire Smith -- Clear road -- Wah me gwine do? -- Maroon law -- Baakini -- Fight for war -- Medley : Nyabingi.
Notes Field recordings recorded, compiled, and annotated by Kenneth Bilby in 1977-1978 and 1991, in Moore Town, Charles Town, Scott's Hall, and Accompong.
Language notes Vocal works sung in Creole or English.
Other author Bilby, Kenneth M., 1953- compiler.
Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings.
Subject Maroons -- Jamaica -- Music.
Folk songs, Creole -- Jamaica.
Folk music.