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So which SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRY has THE MOST PAN -- and ah mean SPANISH SPEAKING Country!!!

And why do you all think that despite the proximity to THE MECCA OF PAN -- PAN never take off in SOUTH AMERICA like it did in EUROPE and NORTH AMERICA?

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Despite the proximity of Spain to Africa - Spanish music never took off in Africa...

Despite the proximity of Germany to France - German food never took off in France...

Despite the proximity of Cuba to Jamaica - Salsa never took off in Jamaica...

Despite the proximity of Tobago to Trinidad - goat race never took off in Trinidad

So it make yuh wonder wha dem fresh water yankee tinkin when dey arksin dem kinda dotish queshtun...

The Moors ruled Spain, and controlled greater Europe from there, for 700 years. The Moors were African Muslims, Spanish music is African music.

 "Spanish music is African music."

Whhhhat!!

Do your research A.L. Nunes

Spanish music is indeed African music. This not something that is up for debate.

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I have.

And until you can prove to me that Spanish music is African music, I contend your assertion and Lilian's are both wrong.

Perhaps you are mixing up Spanish music with Latin American music which is clearly influenced by African music. 

Lilian, the Moors also ruled Portugal and from your logic Portugal's music has to be African music.

But Portugal ruled Goa for 450 years.

Therefore  Portuguese music, that is  is African music  influenced the Goans, hence the music in Goa has to be African.

 Not so?

A.L. Nunes: Intuitively, I have the most respect for you in the world -- but LIFE and SOCIETY do not PROGRESS in STRAIGHT LINES!!!

LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC INFLUENCED BY AFRICAN MUSIC

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George Rampersad: Everybody waiting on you to come and defend the first point in your argument. Is ah DISCUSSION FORUM -- so come back and DISCUSS, nah.

But none ah dem PROXIMITES that you countered with ever claimed to be THE WORLD GOVERNING BODY of NUTTEN!!!

PAN TRINBAGO has told THE WORLD for decades that they are THE WORLD GOVERNING BODY OF PAN ....

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