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New York - In Julius Caesar, Shakespeare wrote of the Roman warrior “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” So let it not be with Clive Bradley. I implore us all to remember the music that Bradley provided for us, the lion’s share of which was played on the pan.
Clive Bradley was renowned in the pan community for his arrangements for the likes of Pandemonium and Nutones, but he is mostly associated with the Desperadoes Steel Orchestra. Somehow Bradley was able to capture musically the pulse of the people of Laventille Hill and communicate the essence of the people to the audience. The audiences were invariably moved, as evidently were the judges.