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The bomb tunes of the 60s was one of the high points of the Steelband thus far, we have moved so far from that it's hard to visualize that there was such a period.

What have we done to the steelband in the name of progress.

Glenroy, odw, Val please take us back with some of the bomb tunes from this period on this snow filled Tuesday, lets show young people where the steelband went back in the day.

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I have been looking for the SILVER STARS version of this song for years now and can't find it. So let's go with a Tobago version.

What's the name of that tune

This Nearly Was Mine- from the movie South Pacific, Rogers & Hammerstine, song by Frank Sinatra

This Nearly was Mine being played by The Texaco Katzenjammers Steel Orch of Tobago , 1966 .

Claude I have the Silver Stars vision on my I Tunes but don't know how to upload, any suggestions?

Garnet: We will find a way to feature that song on the forum!!!

I'm all ear's!

This is a biggy, one of the best of all times [my opinion]

Amplified tenor pan played by Franklyn Olliviera

Best bomb tune ever

Nice one Claude.

Trinidad All Stars - 96 All Stars 'Bomb' Medley


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