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2011 Trinidad Panorama Finals

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Comment by Ren ren Wick on January 8, 2012 at 8:20am

Oh lord the blood, sweat and tears that went it to this song but in the end Pelham is a damn genius and I strongly believed that we were the true winners (come on like about 2 points less!?) but good riddance!!!!! Long live Exodus for we shall prevail!!!!! AMEN!!!!!

Comment by BRIAN GONZALES on May 28, 2011 at 5:33pm
Great, just great, the beat I've heard in a long while.  Go Exodus.  2012 one better.  Again great job guys and girls. Ainsworth, Horse, Larry, Mervin, Kenneth, keep up the good work.  See you all next year
Comment by lydia millet on March 15, 2011 at 10:03pm
Maybe you need to be a judge for Panorama!! Perhaps you could scream into the ears of the other judges and alert them to what you alone are hearing! They all must be deaf !!!
Comment by Lester Flax on March 15, 2011 at 8:59pm

For some time I have been disappointed with Pat Bishop (not sure if Pat stills works with Exodus) and Pelham Goddard with Exodus. It seems like they throw lots of notes together that make no sense and seem out of place. I have been in that pan yard and observed the talented players playing a string of notes that have no soul!  My introduction to Pelham Goddard started with Ed Watson's band. I know Pelham is a musical icon. I think he has won at least three Panoramas with Exodus. He has worked with most of the great calypsonians, and is jointly credited for creating Soca with Ras Shorty I. When I listen to their rendition, I hear two separate offerings. There is a part towards the end where the dynamics are lowered to a soft purr. The key change right before that and everything after, was to me, a masterful offering. Everything before was uninspiring, discordant and predictable.Pelham stated that he does all of arrangements on an impromptu basis in the pan yard. Perhaps he and the band would benefit from a more planned and thought out effort.

Comment by lydia millet on March 12, 2011 at 1:45pm
The true winners!!! Clean, precise, well executed, well rehearsed,melody to touch the soul. No excessive jamming or noise. Congrats and remember "Nobody can break my stride."
Comment by Joel Hamilton-Mills on March 12, 2011 at 12:06pm
Well done on coming back strong from out of the wilderness!
Comment by Tony Sparks on March 10, 2011 at 12:20am
exodus sound so so sweet...good job pelham
Comment by Jstar Sky on March 7, 2011 at 3:59pm
Very Nice Exodus (Pelham).....I must say from the first time i heard this song, i immediately thought of exodus and that was before i knew wat they were playin. This song really suits them, really good balance, tone and all round performance. No canopies too, thats an idea that is suiting them jus fine. Congrats!!
Comment by Allison Marquis on March 7, 2011 at 3:27pm
Excellent! Pelham is not bound within the walls of too much chromaticism. Interesting reharmonization also. Cannot say the same for most of the other top bands.
Comment by NADIA JAN on March 7, 2011 at 4:53am

Fantastic job Pelham and Ainsworth. Exodus as usual-nice,clean,clear.

Always a pleasure to listen to.Great rendition of  Destra's song.

Congrats on the 2nd place.

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