Noun(1) rare north temperate bog orchid bearing a solitary white to pink flower marked with purple at the tip of an erect reddish stalk above 1 basal leaf(2) (Greek mythology
(1) As far back as in the 1950s, Lord Melody sang ├ö├ç├┐Pedlars├ö├ç├û, a humorous calypso on hucksters who sold stolen goods on the sidewalks of Port of Spain.(2) Trinidad has a thriving rock music scene whose best bands blend reggae and calypso with mainstream rock.(3) It also occasionally featured a calypso from Percival himself.(4) Never before was one of his most moving songs, ├ö├ç├┐Sayamanda├ö├ç├û, considered a calypso until Andre died.(5) The 31-year-old singer blends the best of Caribbean and South London sounds, including reggae, calypso , jazz and British pop music.(6) He refuted claims that the station received a letter or request to desist from playing the calypso .(7) The calypso , reggae, and steel band music of Trinidad and Jamaica are also very popular.(8) The latest calypso songs can be heard on radios and sound systems throughout the country.(9) The only limitation is that no steel band is to play a calypso that the said steel band played before in a Panorama competition.(10) calypso music(11) a man was playing a calypso on a double bass(12) The disc is full of salsa, trip-hop, acid jazz, calypso and reggae beats.(13) Favorite types of music include calypso , reggae, and religious hymns.(14) Wherever you go on on this laid-back island, the palm trees sway to the sounds of soca and calypso music.(15) The conscious lyrics of the calypso Free Ourselves saw its singer, Patrice Valentine, placing third in the competition.(16) the men sing calypso as they work
Different Formscalypso, calypsos
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