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This toned down Barbadian Spouge Beat with it’s reflective lyrics was written by Songwriter Lionel Crawford, published by Lionel Crawford Music (BMI) and performed by Teecha. It was re-released on Bajan Records (R) utilizing some of the software tools available in 2016, Teecha has touched up the old master and presented the outcome here for you. Bridging The Gap, a single from the album, Bridging De Gap, was originally released June 1,1996 and recorded at Blue House Studio, Bloomfield, CT.
Anyone who understands a good game of Cricket knows that the batsman mentioned here is in real danger of getting his wickets "lick up." When discussing this topic, Teecha said he was thinking more about the teams being personified as "he" and "she" more so than about singing about an individual but wouldn't go as far as saying which teams he was referring too.
This festive track from Teecha is full of instructions for you to whine and have a good time. Teecha starts off by telling you to “leave all the stress and the worry behind, forget about your troubles, turn off the TV and radio...it’s kadooment day, so come le’ we go” So whether it’s Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway for Labor Day, Spring Garden Highway for Crop Over in Barbados, Toronto for Caribana or Carnival in Trinidad, it’s sound advice, find a truck and wuk up.