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Charlie Adamson - Charlie Adamson Sings Goombay! Album
Pop / World, Folk
Performer: Charlie Adamson
Title: Charlie Adamson Sings Goombay!
Style: Junkanoo
Year 1957
Country Bahamas, The
Label Bahamian Rhythms
Catalog Number B. Rh. No. 29
Genre: Pop / World, Folk
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 643
MP3 size: 2618 mb
FLAC size: 1580 mb
WMA size: 2986 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album, Misprint

Charlie Adamson - Charlie Adamson Sings Goombay! Album


1Roadside Goosestep
2Dance The Goombay
4Eatin' Too Much, Emily
5Nosey Mother-In-Law
6Mr. Monkey
7Why I Love Old Women
8Cat Brain
9Sly Mongoose
11Is It That You Really Love Me
12Let Me Marry You


  • Photography ByRonald Lightbourn


This release has misprint label. Both sides of record label is A-Side.

Rear jacket sub-title: Folk Songs of the Bahamas


  • Other (Jacket, rear): B. Rh. No. 29
  • Other (Center labels): Album 29


  • Recorded By – Bahamian Rhythms Ltd.
  • Pressed By – B & C Recording
  • Printed By – Globe Albums, Inc.


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