|2||Brothers On The Slide|
|6||For Baby Woh|
|10||Getting It Back|
|14||Pon De Dungle|
|15||Rastarfarian Folk Song|
|NEX CD 202||Cymande||The Best Of Cymande (CD, Comp)||Sequel Records||NEX CD 202||UK||1992|
|44006||Cymande||The Best Of (2xLP, Comp)||Earmark||44006||Italy||2006|
|NEXLP 202||Cymande||Cymande (LP, Comp)||Sequel Records||NEXLP 202||UK||1993|
|COL-5202||Cymande||Cymande (Cass, Comp)||Collectables||COL-5202||US||1993|
Cymande (pronounced see-man-day) is the self-titled debut album by British funk group Cymande. It was released in 1972 through Janus Records and produced entirely by John Schroeder. Recording sessions took place at De Lane Lea Studios in London. The album peaked at number 85 on the Billboard 200 and number 24 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums in the United States. It spawned two singles, "The Message" and "Bra", both made it to the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, reaching and respectively.
Arrival is the fourth studio album by British funk group Cymande, released in 1981. It is their only album released through Paul Winley Records. It was reissued in 2001 and 2009. What's The Word - Good Times" - 7:22. Living For Your Love" - 5:24. Let Me Be The One" - 3:59. Since You've Been Gone" - 4:54. You Won't Feel So Proud" - 4:14. Being With You" - 4:57.
Cymande (See-man-day) were a British funk group that released several albums in the early 1970s and reunited in 2014 with a European tour and a new album released in 2015. The group were formed by Steve Scipio and Patrick Patterson in 1971 in London, England, along with musicians from Guyana, Jamaica and Saint Vincent. The name Cymande is derived from a calypso word for dove, symbolising peace and love.
Label: Alaska – ALKA 100. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Coordinator – Mia Krinsky. Engineer – Alan Florence.
Cymande is a music studio album recording by CYMANDE (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Zion I 3:27 A2 One More 3:04 A3 Getting It Back 4:17 A4 Listen 4:39 A5 Rickshaw 5:53.