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A 2002 compilation of a refined sounding Crazy. Appealing for listening or partying.

Track List

  1. Click here to play a sound clip! Sweet Crazy
  2. Click here to play a sound clip! Dustbin Cover
  3. Uncle Crazy
  4. Click here to play a sound clip! Don't Try That
  5. Click here to play a sound clip! Soca Tarzan
  6. This Is How
  7. Click here to play a sound clip! Jump Up and Wail
  8. Party Now Start
  9. Paul Yuh Mudder Come
  10. Click here to play a sound clip! Penelope
  11. For Quriosity
  12. Click here to play a sound clip! La La Lay La La Lo
  13. Please Beti-Oh Baby
  14. Jammaina
  15. Horn

Crazy
Best of Crazy

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Edwin Ayoung, better known as Crazy, is a unique combination of serious calypsonian, smut-meister, and party animal ó with stage presence he hasnít even used yet. Itís hard to believe that this irresistible anthology is the first best-of collection from the Lovable Lunatic after 30 years as a star calypsonian. The playlist ranges from long-time favourites like Soca Tarzan to smuts like Paul and For Curiosity, and fete favourites like Jump Up and Wail, This Is How and De Party Now Start, one of the greatest party jump-up performances ever recorded. I have only one complaint: this CD clearly needs to be a double CD, since it doesnít include essential tunes like Symphony In C, Suck Meh Soucouyant, Drive It, Nani Wine, nor any of Crazyís "serious" calypsos like In Time to Come. But hey, while we wait for Volume 2, we can still start jumping to Volume 1. De party now start! (MG/Caribbean Beat)

 

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