Label: Trojan Records - 2700584 • Series: The Trojan Collection • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Reggae • Style: Calypso
A Dash Of The Sunshine - Various - The Trojan Calypso Collection (CD)

Various: Trojan Calypso (3CD set) (CD) - 50 sunny Calypso jams for you summertime, or anytime pleasure, including: Lord Kitchener "Love -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.

Trojan Calypso Box Set, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Trojan (catalog no. TJETD ; CD). Genres: Calypso.

Listen free to Various Artists – Various Trojan Calypso Collection (The Weed (AKA Man Pyabba), Love In the Cemetery and more). 40 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at

 · This collection comes under criticism because it includes so much Jamaican calypso. However it does highlight even with this said how much Jamaican calypso was around at the time. This Jamaican calypso itself forms the basis for the contention whether reggae music is itself rooted in Trinidadian calypso.

The Trojan Box Set series are box sets released worldwide on CD & vinyl formats by British reggae record label Trojan Records from Every box set was released in limited quantities and are now only available second hand. The entire back catalogue is of a uniform design being in that each release comes in a cardboard clamshell.

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2 Replies to “A Dash Of The Sunshine - Various - The Trojan Calypso Collection (CD)”

  1. Listen to Trojan Calypso Collection on Spotify. Various Artists · Compilation · · 40 songs. Open App. Trojan Calypso Collection. Various Artists. Album. 40 songs. A Dash of the Sunshine - Calypso Lord Tanamo. Man Smart, Woman Smarter Ben Bowers.

  2. This collection is interesting and worth buying just for historicity. But for authenticity sake Trojan should have taken the trouble to point out that these are mostly Jamaicans, not Trinidadians. There are important differences in sound to account for here (some of these songs are barely Calypso at all, sounding more like Rocksteady or even Ska!).4/5(13).

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