Calypso Awakening/Lord Invader: Calypso in New York (Book)

Dudley, Shannon
March 2003
Latin American Music Review;Spring/Summer2003, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p161
Entertainment Review
Reviews two music recordings. 'Calypso Awakening,' compiled and annotated by Kenneth Bilby and Keith Warner; 'Lord Invader: Calypso in New York,' recorded by Moses Asch.


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