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Re: Calypso boys

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19 May 2015 11:35 #256540 by mapoui
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Crazy who was a bit annoying to me.


could be a first class calypsonian Crazy.  he is what I call a 50/50 artist. he would make one great kai'so and one bacchanal kai'so every year. that was here he annoyed in the lousy bacchanal song.

he was half Chinese and he professed his Chinese part was the money part and he went after money with the bacchanal songs
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don't forget Swallow from Antigua who was a pretty good artist? Winston So'So of Grenada of the very sweet voice

and remember..a whole lot of African Trinnies have up the Island antecedents from the days when the oil fields exploded in employment. check out the south land for that, around the oil...La Brea, Fyzabad, Point a Pierre and so on

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19 May 2015 12:14 #256544 by ketchim
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Calypso never really caught on in Guyana in my time !

as dance hall music sometimes, BUT Reggae was more popular .

But all these rum songs post 2000 that is called Soca Chutney seem to have an audience.

and the cross over with Bollywood tunes : I dont bother to even listen.

Chairman have a complete Rum Songs collection in the music forum ...


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19 May 2015 12:18 #256545 by ketchim
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Whether Soca, Calypso , Chutney : never really had a  Guyanese audience !

OR the bollywood crossover ...

byron lee, and the Jamaican reggae had a larger Guyanese audience !

Boris Gardener , keith Lynn , Ken Lazarus et al

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19 May 2015 12:32 #256548 by Googley
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Whether Soca, Calypso , Chutney : never really had a  Guyanese audience !

OR the bollywood crossover ...

byron lee, and the Jamaican reggae had a larger Guyanese audience !

Boris Gardener , keith Lynn , Ken Lazarus et al


don't confuse Guyanese audience vs GT! 

GT, yes you are correct. 

however, in the country more people (black, brown, white, yellow, blue, etc) listen to Chutney

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19 May 2015 12:33 #256550 by ketchim
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Well maybe y'all country bumpkins listen to Hindi Bollywood and Trini chutney ...

Okay , bass , I did not know how to Translate those !  ;)

don't confuse Guyanese audience vs GT!  GT, yes you are correct. 
however, in the country more people listen to Chutney

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19 May 2015 12:35 #256551 by The Captain
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Lee when was this


when did this chutney came into play

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19 May 2015 12:38 #256552 by ketchim
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Guess all the Chutney , Achar and Kuchilla enter Berbice via Suriname :

IT nevah clear customs in GT  :P

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19 May 2015 12:45 #256554 by Googley
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Lee when was this


when did this chutney came into play


noticed that in 2010...never saw so many Afro singing and dancing Chutneys (in Essiquibo!!)

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19 May 2015 12:50 #256556 by ketchim
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2010 ?  I already said the audience when YOU , Googs were growing up

by 2010 you is a GranPa  ::LOL::

R u smoking that funny sh!t again OR u perform too many Jhandi last weekend ? 

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19 May 2015 12:54 #256557 by The Captain
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must be the sun roast his nuts

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