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    • Lancelot Layne – Blow ’Way
    • Lancelot Layne – Funky Calypso
    • Lancelot Layne – Afro' Dadian
    • Lancelot Layne – Bring'in Off
    • Lancelot Layne – Dat Is Horrors
    • Lancelot Layne – Kaiso For Mouth Band
    • 1. Blow ’Way
    • 2. Funky Calypso
    • 3. Afro' Dadian
    • 4. Bring'in Off
    • 5. Dat Is Horrors
    • 6. Kaiso For Mouth Band
    • 7. Song For Music
    • 8. Make Life Easy On Me
    • 9. Yo Tink It Sorf
    • 10. Carnival Drum Song
    • 11. Doh Dig No Blues
    • 12. Umbawa
    • 13. Do You Know Where You Are Going To
    • 14. In A Man’s Life
    • 15. Chant
    • 16. Get Off The Radio
    • 17. Dance Jambalasie Dance
    • 18. Free South Africa
    • 19. Kamboulay (Dance Mix)

    The first Rapso recording by Lancelot Layne born out of the social unrest of the 1970s when Black Power and unions grew on Trinidad & Tobago, incorporating Soca, calypso and hip-hop.

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