Greetings, Dario here - Founder and owner of Overton Records. You may know me under that name from eBay and at local pop up markets in the Niagara area.

I collect and sell all genres but I focus particularly on reggae and calypso. I have connections for island music in Canada and in the Caribbean. If you are looking for a specific reggae/calypso/soca record and you don’t see it in my lists, feel free to contact me and ask - I may be able to get it for you.

I buy a lot of collections, large and small, so I end up with a wide variety of stuff to sell. No matter what genre you’re into, there’s likely to be something in my store for you.
Recent Activity
submitted André Knevel - At The Organ Of The St. Thomas Church In St. Catharines, Ontario. 7 days ago
posted a comment on Bill Rogers (3) With Felix's Krazy Kats Orchestra* - West Indian Weed Woman / B. G. Bargee. 7 days ago
This record has the original version of the "Weed Song" which became a hit across the Caribbean. Here in the original version, Bill Rogers is calling out the names of various herbs and medicinal weeds that grow in the islands which are being offered... See full review
submitted Hourglass (5) - Hourglass. 7 days ago
submitted Unknown Artist - El Disco De Oro De La Ola Inglesa. 7 days ago
submitted Harvie June Van - The Lights Are Growing Dim / I'm Just Not That Kind. 16 days ago
submitted Hank Williams With His Drifting Cowboys - You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave) / Lost Highway. 16 days ago
posted a comment on Mighty Lover - Celebrate - Nice Up The Party. 26 days ago
Mighty Lover seems to be a calypso alias for Lovindeer himself.
submitted Lord Fly And His Orchestra* - Mabel / The Little Fly. 30 days ago
submitted The Grace Thrillers - Jesus You've Been Good To Me. 30 days ago
submitted Danny Adams (2) - I Don't Care Anymore. about 1 month ago
submitted Various - Gli Assi Della Risata. about 1 month ago
submitted Peabo Bryson / Roberta Flack - Tonight I Celebrate My Love. about 1 month ago
submitted Onda Dynámica* - Entre Que Si Y Que No. about 1 month ago
submitted Mike O'Brien (30) - Shame, Loving Shame. about 1 month ago
submitted Cynthia Layne & The Dynamics (4) - Sweet Loving Man. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Mighty Sparrow - Only A Fool. about 1 month ago
Sparrow’s most forgotten album, and rightfully so. It’s pretty terrible... the title track was almost a decade old and the rest of the tracklist consists of worn out standards that even the Birdie couldn’t salvage. Credit to Sparrow for doing... See full review
posted a comment on Johnny Rebel. about 1 month ago
Much like Eddie Noack, C. J. Trahan was a country music outsider who desperately wanted to become an insider. But while Noack found his niche singing serial killer songs, Trahan found his singing racist drivel. The guy spent 20 years recording normal... See full review
submitted Unknown Artist - Weczernyci. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Lunar 7 - Band Of Gold / Toronto Mas. about 1 month ago
Something strange happened with this single. "Band of Gold" is actually a cover of "Marry Me", best known in a version by Engelbert Humperdinck, and NOT the song actually called "Band of Gold" which was an early 70s hit. The song does contain the... See full review
submitted Lord Kitchener - Kitch's Bebop Calypso / Kitch's Cricket Calypso. about 1 month ago
submitted Charlie Binger & His Calypsonians - Talking Parrott / Cinemascope. about 1 month ago
submitted The Elegants - Little Star / Getting Dizzy. about 1 month ago
submitted Гос. Русск. Нар. Хор Им. Пятницкого* / К. Коток* - Балалаечка Гудит / Белая Берёза. about 1 month ago
submitted Unknown Artist About V. I. Lenin* - Stories And Reminiscences Of V. I. Lenin In English For Pupils Of The Secondary School. about 1 month ago
submitted Jamey Jackson - Last Line Of A Sad Country Song. about 1 month ago
submitted Claude X. Labrecque - Bubble Gum And Other Yummy Kid's Tunes. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Lord Antics & The Montegonians Band - Mr. Rake & Scrape. about 1 month ago
"Figure One" is a cover of Lord Kitchener's "Woman's Figure".
posted a comment on Allan Johnson (5), Junior Kahdaffie - Land Of The Free. about 1 month ago
Good rootical 10" with lyrics about the Cold War... Allan Johnson sings about how "the Russians are getting close to the border" and hopes Uncle Sam will protect him! Then Junior Khadaffy disregards all that and deejays about how this track "a boom... See full review
submitted Various - Don Kirshner Presents Rock Concert Volume One. about 1 month ago
submitted Electric Light Orchestra - Live At Wembley. about 1 month ago
submitted Bing Crosby With The Mills Brothers / Bing Crosby - Dinah / Can't We Talk It Over. about 1 month ago
submitted Paul Robeson - Loch Lomond / Land Of My Fathers. about 1 month ago
submitted The Arcadians (3) - Jump Up! With The Arcadians. about 1 month ago
submitted Eroll Ince Orch.* - Trouble In The Congo. about 1 month ago
submitted Unknown Artist - 金葉菊. about 1 month ago
submitted Unknown Artist - 金葉菊. about 1 month ago
submitted Unknown Artist - 金葉菊. about 1 month ago
submitted Various - Inolvidables De Los 60's Vol. 5. about 1 month ago
submitted 泰迪羅賓* - 天外人. about 1 month ago
submitted Lautrec* - Hit The Road, Jack. about 1 month ago
submitted Junior Byron - Cryin's Easy. about 1 month ago
submitted Linda Ronstadt - Don't Know Much. about 1 month ago
submitted The Drifters - Under The Boardwalk. about 1 month ago
submitted Tavares - A Penny For Your Thoughts. about 1 month ago
submitted Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra - Enchantment / Tricks Of The Trade. about 1 month ago
submitted Edmundo Ros & His Orchestra - She Met A Handsome Banker / Philosophize. about 1 month ago
submitted Alexander Sheremeta And His Orchestra - More Folk Songs And Dances Of The Ukraine. 2 months ago
posted a comment on Leroy Brown (2) - Remember You're Mine. 2 months ago
Heavy rhythm on this one, pretty standard lovers lyrics though.
submitted Тріо Маренич - Marenych. 2 months ago
posted a comment on Tony Montana (12) / Clive Lloyd Jnr.* - Crosses A Follow Me / Oh Jah. 2 months ago
This riddim would mix well with Horace Martin's "No Job" aka "Loving Time". Not the same riddim but it would work in a set...