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September 8, 2009, at 10:39 am

On The Mule Train

Mule Train by Count Prince Miller is unlikely to figure in many peoples list of all time classics but it was a huge hit in both Jamaica and the UK none the less. The Gleaner talks to him about how he came to record the tune, what he got paid (or not) and it’s international success. Even if you don’t love the tune this is a nice little feature and gives further insight into the workings of the Jamaican music industry in the early 70’s.

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