Black Star Line (A West Indian Song) / My Jamaica (A West Indian Song), a Single by George and Roscoe. Released in August on Columbia (catalog no. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Roscoe Wilkham at the Discogs Marketplace. D, Roscoe Wilkham - My Jamaica / Black Star Line album art, George*. 6/3/, My Jamaica, George Gray ; Roscoe Wickham, Male vocal duet, with ukulele, vocalist. Columbia, , in. 6/3/, Black Star Line, George Gray. Columbia Records decided to feature versions of Black Star Line and My Jamaica in their 'Race' catalog when on 3 June they recorded George and Roscoe. The film begins in in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, where Garvey was born. He established the Black Star Line, a shipping company which. My Jamaica A West Indian song Columbia D. Matrix/Take: /2. Contributor: Gray, George - Wickham, Roscoe - Grainger. of a popular song, "Black Star Line" (No. D, performed by George and Roscoe). The reverse of the record was a piece entitled "My Jamaica.". and the influence of Garvey‟s Black Star Line in as a potential 55 Roscoe M. Pierson, “Alexander Bedward and the Jamaica Native Baptist Free. Harry Belafonte is an American singer, songwriter, activist, and actor. One of the most successful Jamaican-American pop stars ever, As he later recalled, "Paul Robeson had been my first great formative. Negro socialists as a unit functioning within the black community or as a part Garvey's fall by reporting the activities of the Black Star Line.