Dennis Sindrey - The Pill album
Dennis Sindrey – The Pill. But this album of the greatest Carnival Hits is another song you'll play over and over again, the one and only "FIRE IN MY WIRE".
A lively dose of slackness from calypsonian Sindrey, aimed squarely at the tourist market rather than the Jamaicans and Trinidadians whose taste in calypso was a little more sophisticated. Rudely entertaining, with versions of "Yellow Bird" and "Jamaica Farewell" to taper things down on either side of the LP.
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Anyway, let's continue with this one by Dennis Sindrey The Pill released by Federal/Kalypso Records in 1968 (208 Stereo) Original yellow label with black print. Dennis began his career playing guitar in the popular Kingston band "The Caribs" between 1958 and 1968. During his early performing days he was often billed as "The Calypsonaire with the Blonde Hair. The Pill was his second solo album for Federal/Kalypso. Recently Dennis has been performing with a reunited Caribs and The Melbourne Ska Orchestra
My Brother Your Sister. Gladys Carbo, Gene Bertoncini, Michael Moore, Ted Moore, Wally Kane, John Sauer, Dennis Sindrey, Marvin Stamm. A Treasure Chest of Caribbean Calypsos.
Dennis Sindrey (15 June 1935) is an Australian-born calypso, mento, Jamaican shuffle and ska singer, songwriter and guitarist. A prominent guitarist in the early days of recorded Jamaican music, Sindrey played on recordings by Laurel Aitken, Owen Gray and The Jiving Juniors. Sindrey was born in Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia but grew up in Camberwell. He attended Camberwell Central school and then Camberwell High School.