But I don't think I've ever seen nearly as much text regarding separate categories of information as is present on Paul Kosty's "Dad From Trinidad". As you can see, in addition to the label name, artist name, songwriter, speed publishing and label number, we're also treated to a number of unique bits of information.
Here's a list of the performers on the record, including what they played, in addition to the name of the group. There's the location of the recording session. Here are the names of not one, not two, but THREE different dramatic works which feature the song (including a book - not sure how that would work).
And then my two favorite's: The legend "The Hit that Put Clarity Records in Business", and Paul Kosty's own title, "Baltimore's Singing Taxidriver".
So, how does the record sound? As a guy who loves calypso a lot more than the next guy (it's probably my favorite genre of music), I'll say that although this one is not likely to make it onto one of my calypso compilations any time soon, it is nontheless a fascinating little record. Have a listen!