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Title Calypsos from Trinidad : politics, intrigue & violence in the 1930s.

Published El Cerrito, CA : Arhoolie/Folklyric, [1991]


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Contemporary world music.
Contemporary world music.
Contents Iere now and long ago (Atilla the Hun and Lord Beginner) -- Money is king ; The gold in Africa (The Tiger) -- Bargee pelauri ; Send your children to the orphan home (The Lion) -- Paramaribo ; Ah, Gertie (The Caresser) -- Treasury scandal (Atilla the Hun) -- I don't know how the young men living ; Shop closing ordinance (The Executor) -- Too botheration (The Growler) -- The rats ; Down the road ; Try a screw to get through (The Tiger) -- The strike (Atilla the Hun) -- Miss Marie's advice (The Tiger) -- Where was butler? ; The governor's resignation (Atilla the Hun) -- We mourn the loss of Sir Murchison Fletcher (Lord Executor) -- Mr. Nankivell's spech ; Commission's report (Atilla the Hun) -- Sedition law (King Radio) -- The five year plan (Atilla the Hun).
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Contemporary world music). Available via World Wide Web.
Other author Caresser (Musician), performer.
Executor, performer.
Growler (Calypso singer), performer.
Growling Tiger (Calypso singer), 1916-1993, performer.
Lion (Musician), performer.
Lord Beginner, performer.
Radio (Calypso singer), performer.
Quevedo, Raymond, 1892-1962, performer.
Subject Calypso (Music) -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Trinidad.
Popular music -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Trinidad -- 1931-1940.
Other title Politics, intrigue & violence in the 1930s.