Here's an oldie but a goodie from 60's Calypso star Lord Brynner. Lord Brynner (real name Kade Simon, born 1937) took his name and his shaved-head look from actor Yul Brynner who was popular at the time. Trinidad celebrated their independence in 1962 with a Calypso competition and Brynner was it's champion. His best known song--these days, anyway--is likely "Congo War", and you can find that one at the usual outlets. But you'll have to haunt the collector and vinyl outlets for 1968's "Martin Luther King" since very little of Lord Brynner's music seems to have ever been re-issued in the digital age. You'll find a few tracks on this Japanese collector's import and a Ska number, "Where's Sammy Gone", on the album "Wailers And Friends" (Bob Marley and the boys were Brynner's backing band on that song). Brynner, who died in the 80's, also recorded a version of "I Shall Be Released".
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