"Mango Walk" is the title of an old Jamaican Mento song.* That song refers to a person stealing mango fruit from the trees in the mango walk (the mango orchard).
The In Crowd was a popular showband in the late 70s led by Phil Callender (lead guitar, vocals, percussion), supported by Errol Walker (b. Earl George Walker, 15 July 1948, Trench Town, Jamaica, West Indies; lead vocals), Clevie Browne (drums, vocals), Tony Lewis (bass, vocals), Freddie Butler (keyboards) and Wigmore Francis (guitar), with a horn section featuring Egbert Evans (tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, flute) and Barry Bailey (trombone). Browne had performed with his brothers as part of the Browne Bunch in the latter half of the 70s prior to joining the In Crowd. The band initially came to prominence with the chart-topping ‘We Play Reggae’, a laid-back tune that encapsulated the feeling of the summer of 1978. The success of the single prompted eager anticipation for the follow-up. The expectations were fulfilled with the sublime ‘Back A Yard’, which surpassed its predecessor and was regarded as an all-time classic of the genre, with its cheery celebration of Jamaican life