Exuma


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Exuma was the brainchild of Bahamas-born singer-songwriter Tony Mackey. The ensemble was formed in New York's Greenwich Village and debuted with Exuma (1970), containing his theme song The Obeah Man, and Exuma II (1970). By then Exuma had become the solo act of Mackey, and his backing band was called the Junk Band. The seven songs of the album blend calypso, carnival (junkanoo), reggae and pop elements.
Tracks: 1. Exuma, The Obeah Man (6:20) 2. Dambala (5:40) 3. Mama Loi, Papa Loi (4:36) 4. Junkanoo (3:24) 5. Seance In The Sixth Fret (7:15) 6. You Don't Know What's Going On (3:31) 7. The Vision (7:58)


Tracks: 1. Damn Fool (4:17) 2. Baal (6:37) 3. Paul Simon Nontooth (7:02) 4. Fire In The Hole (7:02) 5. A Place Called Earth (6:32) 6. We Got To Go (2:59) 7. African Rhythm (4:47) 8. Zandoo (4:49)

Do Wah Nanny (1971) contains the hit Do Wah Nanny.
Tracks: 1. Do Wah Nanny (16:39) 2. Oh Silver Sleigh (6:27) 3. You Shouldn't Scheem (2:54) 4. Mine (3:35) 5. Roweena (4:45) 6. Salty Water (3:23) 7. 22nd Century (8:18) 8. Do Wah Nanny II (2:47)

Snake (1972), Reincarnation (1972), and Life (1973) were collections of shorter and more conventional ditties.

Penny Sausage (1980), Going to Cat Island, Universal Exuma (1982) and Street Life (1987), containing his hit Shirlene. Rude Boy (1986) is an anthology of the decade.

Exuma died in the Bahamas in january 1997.

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