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Lancelot (Sir)
Lancelot, Sir (pseudonym)
Lancelot Victor Edward Pinard
Pinard, Lancelot
Pinard, Lancelot Victor Edward
Sir Lancelot
Sir Lancelot (Trinidad and Tobago singer)
Сэр Ланселот
Creation class: 
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
Related names: 
Brute force steel band
King radio (1929-...)
Kitchener, Lord
Lord Ziegfield
Quevedo, Raymond (1892-1962)
Radio (Calypso singer)
Sparrow, Mighty (1935-...)
Spoiler (Calypso singer)
Terror (Calypso singer)
Wonder (Calypso singer)
Atomic Energy
Calypso, best of Trinidad, 1940-1952
Calypso [Enregistrement sonore]
Calypso Of The West Indies
Calypso songs and street band from Trinidad
Century of the Common Man, The
Donkey City
Double Indemnity Sir Lancelot (Lyrics- Irwin Parnes)
Gimmee Crab And Callaloo
gs for political action [SR] p1996:
Happy go lucky [MP] 1942:
Jamaica Farewell (Jamaica) Traditional
Jump in the Line Sir Lancelot
Linstad Market (Haite) Traditional
Mary Ann Caresser
Matilda King Radio
Mukura (Cuba) Traditional, La
Neighbor Neighbor Leave Me Door
Night In Central Park, A
Ninon (Martinique) Traditional
Oken Karange (Barbados) Roaring Lions
Ola Marina (Puerto Rico) Cascarita Guerra, La
Old Lady With a Rolling Pin
Old women with a rolling pin
Pan American Way
rough guide to Calypso gold
Run Joe Dr. Merrick
Scandal in the Family
Scandale dans la famille
Shame and Scandal in the Family
Sir Lancelot
Stone Cold Dead in the Market Lord Hudini
Sweet Like A Honey Bee
Take Me Take Me (To San Pedro)
Tie Tongue Mopsey Sir Lancelot
Trinidad Is Changing
Ugly Woman Sir Lancelot
Walk in Peace, Part 1
Walk in Peace, Part 2
Wallace Is the Man for Me
West Indian Families
Young Girls Today, The
Contributed to or performed: 
Atomic Platters: Cold War Music From the Golden Age of Homeland Security
Café Caribbean: Steelband, Soca, Calypso and Rum
Calypso: Best of Trinidad 1940-1952
Don't Stop the Carnival
Rough Guide to Calypso Gold, The
Songs for Political Action: Folk Music, Topical Songs and the American Left: 1926–1953