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Drums of Defiance: Maroon Music from the Earliest Free Black Communities of Jamaica. 1992. Recorded, compiled, and annotated by Kenneth M. Bilby. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Folkways (SF 40412).
Jamaican Ritual Music from the Mountains and Coast. 1985. Recorded and annotated by Kenneth M. Bilby. New York: Lyrichord (LLST 7394).
Music of the Maroons of Jamaica. 1981. Recorded and annotated by Kenneth M. Bilby. New York: Ethnic Folkways Records (FE 4027).
The Spirit Cries:
Rain Forest Music from South America and the Caribbean. 1993. Produced
by Mickey Hart and Alan Jabbour. Annotated by Kenneth M. Bilby and James
McKee. Washington, D.C. and Salem, Massachusetts: Library of Congress
and Rykodisc (RCD 10250).
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