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Jamaica festival Songs 1962-2002

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"Festival  Song since 1966, with the winners as follows:1966 - The Maytals with "Bam Bam"1967 - The Jamaicans with "Ba Ba Boom" 1968 - Desmond Dekker & The Aces with "Music Like Dirt"

1969 - The Maytals with "Sweet and Dandy" 1970 - Hopeton Lewis with "Boom Shaka Laka" 1971 - Eric Donaldson with "Cherry Oh Baby"1972 - Toots & the Maytals with "Pomps and Pride"

 1973 - Morvin Brooks with "Jump In The Line" 1974 - Tinga Stewart with "Play de Music" 1975 - Roman Stewart with "Hooray Festival"

 1976 - Freddie McKay with "Dance This Ya Festival"1977 - Eric Donaldson with "Sweet Jamaica"

1978 - Eric Donaldson with "Land of my Birth" 

1979 - The Astronauts with "Born Jamaican" 

1980 - Stanley & The Turbines with "Come Sing With Me" 1981 - Tinga Stewart with "Nuh Wey Nuh Betta Dan Yard" 1982 - The Astronauts with "Mek Wi Jam"

1983 - Ras Karbi with "Jamaica I'll Never Leave You" 1984 - Eric Donaldson with "Proud to be Jamaican" 1985 - Roy Rayon with "Love Fever"

1986 - Stanley & The Turbines with "Dem a fe Squirm" 1987 - Roy Rayon with "Give Thanks and Praise" 1988 - Singer Jay with "Jamaica Land We Love" 1989 - Michael Forbes with "Stop and Go"

1990 - Robbie Forbes with "Island Festival"

1991 - Roy Rayon with "Come Rock"

1992 - Heather Grant with "Mek wi Put Things Right"

1993 - Eric Donaldson with "Big It Up" 

1994 - Stanley & The Astronauts with "Dem a Pollute" 1995 - Eric Donaldson with "Join de Line"

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