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Duke Of Iron - Calypso Invasion. on Sep 17, 2011 by IsDePanInMe. Mighty Duke - Big Shot Neighbour. on Nov 15, 2014 by Edward Spencer. Lord Invader, Macbeth the Great, Duke of Iron - Calypso War. on Feb 14, 2010 by gamlahund. The Duke Of Iron & The Fabulous Steel Bands - Clear De Road (1957). on Dec 14, 2017 by Akla Tha First. Loving Woman Is Waste Of Time - Duke of Iron and his Trinidad Calypso Troubadours. on Jun 03, 2012 by TheRealDJGIBS. Duke Of Iron - Calypsonian Invastion. on Jul 17, 2014 by Liam's Rekkids.
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More albums of Duke Of Iron, The, Trinidad Steel Band: Calypso Magic. Genre is Reggae Folk, World, & Country. This album was released on the label Monogram (2) (catalog number MEP 103).
The Duke of Iron (born Cecil Anderson, 1906 – 1968) was a calypsonian, nightclub and concert entertainer, and recording artist from the 1930s through the 1960s. He was renowned for his bawdy humor, crisp diction, and confident vocal mannerisms. His clarity in pronouncing English lyrics helped him achieve tremendous popularity with American audiences. Anderson was a native of Trinidad, and moved with his family to New York in 1923
Calypso was the stuff of commercials and comedy routines, news reports and detective novels. Nightclubs across the country hastily tacked up fishnets and palm fronds and remade themselves as calypso rooms. Singers donned straw hats and tattered trousers and affected mock-West Indian ''ahk-cents. And it was Harry Belafonte - not Elvis Presley - who with his 1956 album Calypso had the first million-selling LP in the history of the record industry. Finally, folksingers The Tarriers, Terry Gilkyson and The Easy Riders, Stan Wilson, and The Kingston Trio. A bonus DVD, unseen in over 55 years, contains a 'Calypso Craze' feature-length film never before issued on video or broadcast on television: Calypso Joe (Allied Artists, 1957), starring Herb Jeffries and Angie Dickinson, and featuring Duke of Iron and The Easy Riders.
|A1||Man Smart, Woman Smarter|
|A6||Coconut (Steel Band)|
|B2||Loving Woman Is Waste Of Time|
|B3||Man Is Easy Fish|
|B5||Clear De Road|
|B6||West Indies Serenade (Steel Band)|