Zero to 180 – Three Minute Magic

Discoveries of a Pop Music Archaeologist

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Category: Calypso +/- cha cha

"De Knife, De Fork, De Spoon"
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Lord BooBoo’s Lone 45 – on King

Lord BooBoo‘s lone single release on King Records would end up being the calypso singer’s entire recorded output!  Michel Ruppli’s 2-volume King discography reports that Lord BooBoo laid down these two tracks – “De Knife, De Fork, De Spoon” b/w “No Man and Woman Get Along” – in NYC on

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“Lucky Ladybug”: First Pop Use of Phasing?

Phasing is a special effect in recorded music that gives the mix an Alice-Through-the Looking-Glass, otherworldly sound and has been famously employed, for instance, on 1967’s “Itchycoo Park” by The Small Faces [first occurs around the 0:48 mark].  As the blog, Let Your Hair Down, helpfully explains: The effect as

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