Byron Lee And The Dragonaires - My Sweet Lord mp3 flacPerformer: Byron Lee And The Dragonaires
Title: My Sweet Lord
Style: Dub, Ska, Reggae-Pop
Size MP3 version: 1573 mb
Size FLAC version: 1553 mb
Size WMA version: 1119 mb
Format: AHX MP4 FLAC AU DMF MP1 MIDI
Genre: Reggae / Pop
Byron Lee And The Dragonaires - My Sweet Lord mp3 flac
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Byron Lee and the Dragonaires (known as Byron Lee's Dragonaires after Lee's death and now The Dragonaires) are a Jamaican ska, calypso and soca band. The band played a crucial pioneering role in bringing Caribbean music to the world. Byron Lee died on 4 November 2008, after suffering from cancer for a sustained period. The band was originally formed around 1950 by Byron Lee and his friend Carl Brady, taking its name from the St. George's College football team for which they played.
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and reggae band Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, have covered My Sweet Lord. Most notably, it was commandeered by Nina Simone for an tour de force, recorded live with a Baptist choir before an audience of soldiers at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Simone merges My Sweet Lord with the poem Today Is a Killer by David Nelson of The Last Poets to make a statement against the Vietnam war. It formed the centrepiece of her 1972 album Emergency Ward!, on which she also covered Harrison’s Isn’t It a Pity, the B-side of My Sweet Lord. With remarkable chutzpah, in 1975 The Chiffons.