Republic Bank Exodus durring their semi-final performance of Superblue’s “ Rag Storm” at the Queen’s Park Savannah, on Sunday.
Four-time Panorama champions Republic Bank Exodus Steel Orchestra has changed their tune of choice for the upcoming Panorama finals, as arranger Pelham Goddard believes the judges are not interpreting his arrangement of Austin "Super Blue" Lyons' Rag Storm the way he would like them to.
Instead, Exodus will now be playing Kees Dieffenthaller's Savannah Grass in the final on March 2.
Exodus will be entering the Panorama finals in the second to last position with 265 points.
They are 14 points behind current leaders and defending champions bpTT Renegades.
Patrick: You are looking at a matter of PREJUDICE and calling it PRINCIPLE!!! Beverley has her own personal political axe to grind with AINSWORTH MOHAMMED (hence EXODUS). So this "change tune issue" gives her the perfect opportunity to PULL HER POWER PLAY and hit him a LOW BLOW.
But she is MISCALCULATING the BIGGER POLITICAL STAGE that she on RIGHT NOW. This is not TOBAGO POLITICS!!! This is BIG TIME TRINIDAD POLITICS.
And I am betting on AINSWORTH MOHAMMED to win this POLITICAL BATTLE.
BEVERLEY should think about the GREATER GOOD of PAN and not push this NUCLEAR PAN BUTTON right in the middle of this PANORAMA FEVER.
Yuh better call up THAT WOMAN and talk to she, boy!!!
And, by the way, I conceded this point (your point) in one of my other postings ("It can be argued that Exodus, if they had played Savannah Grass for the preliminaries") -- but that DOH have nothing to do with this POLITICAL WAR!!!
If yuh doh want to listen to THE PANORAMA -- doh listen!!! But EXODUS (my family band) will be playing "SAVANNAH GRASS" on PANORAMA FINALS NIGHT. Or we are not going to the SAVANNAH and we are going to sue BEVERLEY and PAN TRINBAGO and shut down the WHOLE ORGANIZATION.