Errol Dunkley – Cinderella b/w Version (1972)


“In 1972, when Jimmy Rodway showed Errol Dunkley a poem he had written, Dunkley was already a bona fide music star. After Dunkley had made some adjustments to the lines to hone them into a song, recorded at Dynamic Studios, he became the singer of an enduring reggae anthem which has long outlasted the number-one position it held on the charts for some weeks. The song is Black Cinderella, which came out on Rodway’s Fimi Time label and is embraced as a tribute to black women. …”
‘Black Cinderella’ developed from a poem
W – Errol Dunkley
YouTube: Cinderella b/w Version (Fe-Me-Time)

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