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"The Origin of Calypso and Its Relationship to the Hebraic Mishnah"[1] (Fantasy EP 4051) is a recording by "Sholem Stein" and Henry Jacobs in which they ridiculed much of contemporary calypso scholarship.

"Mr. SHOLEM STEIN": The Mishnah? Are you familiar with the Mishnah?
Mr. JACOBS: Well, it's...
"Mr. STEIN": The Mishnah, one of the seven books of Moses, you know.
Mr. JACOBS: Yes. Yeah.
"Mr. STEIN": Yes, it's the third book. There's a similar thing that doesn't refer to bananas, of course. Bananas were unknown in Jerusalem in the Old Testament times, you know, bananas. Plantains...




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