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A Follow Me Go Dance B Follow Me Go Dance (Club Mix). Label Category Country Year. SJT 05 Flourgan Follow Me Go Dance Hall (12"). Soljie SJT 05 UK. Unknown. SJT 05 Flourgan Follow Me Go Dance Hall (12", W/Lbl) Soljie SJT 05 UK. 1990.
Michael May (born . 970), better known as Flourgon, is a Jamaican dancehall artist. May got his nickname of 'Flourgon', which became his stage name, due to his love of dumplings. After being tutored by Charlie Chaplin, he gained experience deejaying on various Kingston sound systems, he started his own - Sweet Love, which featured Buju Banton early in his career. He often performed with his brother, the deejay Red Dragon, and with his close friends Daddy Lizard (also his brother-in-law) and Sanchez.
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Flourgon, Category: Artist, Albums: Flourgon, Count Out, Singles: You Got Me Talking, If I Had the World, Biography: b. Michael May, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. May began his career on the sound system circuit, performing with Stone Love, Small Axe, Rambo Mango and his own Sweet Love se. Monthly Listeners: 2120, Where People Listen: London, Panama City, Brooklyn, Mexico City, Toronto. Following May’s successful combination with the controversial DJ, Ninjaman curiously released the contemptuous ‘Last Of The Flourgon’. The latter, however, had little impact on Flourgon’s career and his distinctive gritty voice continued to grace a profusion of vinyl releases. He enjoyed a notable partnership with Mikey Bennett and Patrick Lindsay, primarily for his version of the ‘Oil Thing’ rhythm, ‘Bow Ting’.