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Jamaica Farewell / Banana Boat Song - Schooner Fare - The First Ten Years

9 thoughts on “ Jamaica Farewell / Banana Boat Song - Schooner Fare - The First Ten Years

  1. Moran
    Nov 02,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Belafonte* - The Banana Boat Song / Jamaica Farewell at Discogs. Complete your Belafonte* collection/5(33).
  2. Brazahn
    JAMAICA FAREWELL/BANANA BOAT SONG Lord Burgess Down the way where the lights are gay And the sun shines daily on the mountaintop, I took a trip on a sailing ship and when I reached Jamaica I made a stop. But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way Won't be back for many a day. My heart is down, my head is turning around.
  3. Toshakar
    BANANA BOAT SONG BELAMENA CHOUCOUNE COME BACK, LIZA EDEN WAS JUST LIKE THIS JAMAICA FAREWELL TURN AROUND Origins: Jamaica Farewell: History? From: Amos Burgie first tasted success when Harry Belafonte recorded eight of his tunes for 's Calypso, a phenomenally successful album (the first album to ever sell a million copies in the U.S.
  4. Sarg
    "Jamaica Farewell" Down the way Where the nights are gay And the sun shines daily on the mountaintop I took a trip on a sailing ship And when I reached Jamaica I made a stop But I'm sad to say I'm on my way Won't be back for many a day My heart is down (The Banana Boat Song) I Do Adore Her. Jamaica Farewell. Will His Love Be Like His Rum.
  5. Tygokasa
    American rapper Lil Wayne samples the line "6 foot, 7 foot, 8 foot bunch" for the hook of the song "6 Foot 7 Foot", together with the line "Stack Banana" which is repeated throughout the song. Chilean program 31 minutos used the song "Arwrarwrirwrarwro" make a Bombi version of "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)". In media and politicsGenre: Country.
  6. Faushakar
    Sixty-one years ago, in , Harry Belafonte recorded a version of the Jamaican folk song “Day-O,” for his third studio album, “Calypso.” It opens with a distant and eager rumbling—as if something dark and hulking were approaching from a remote horizon.
  7. Kekazahn
    Since then it has become much more than Schooner Fare's signature song; Numerous individuals use it as their coming-home song--even fishermen pop it on the boat's cassette deck as they return to port. The song was covered by the Irish group Barleycorn in the late eighties and spent several weeks at number one on the Irish charts.

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