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Yet another fine piece of musical archaeology from Analog Africa here. Bro. Valentino was dubbed ‘The People’s Calypsonian’ in his native Trinidad due to his consistent address of social issues through his music. These two tracks can go toe-to-toe with much of the great political music of the 70s and 80s. They are also vital artefacts in the history of Trinidadian music, coming from a time when calypso was just beginning to morph into soca.

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  • AADE06 / Limited turquoise coloured vinyl 12" on Analog Africa in screen-printed sleeve. Edition of 1500 copies

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