Harry Belafonte (born Harold George Bellanfanti Jr.; March 1, 1927 – April 25, 2023) was an American singer, actor, and activist, who popularized calypso music with international audiences in the 1950s. He is one of the few performers to have received an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony (EGOT), although he won the Oscar in a non-competitive category. Belafonte earned his career breakthrough with the album Calypso (1956), which was the first million-selling LP by a single artist. Belafonte at Carnegie Hall is a live double album and it was his first of two Belafonte Carnegie Hall albums, recorded on April 19 and April 20, 1959. The concerts were benefits for The New Lincoln School and Wiltwyck School. The album stayed on the charts for over three years. Quote from The Rolling Stone Album Guide: “this album captured a spectacular live performance”. Llimited coloured on “Goldy Locks” vinyl.