Global - I surmise that in the age of early Pan on the Road, whenever Ellie Mannette awoke at his home in Trinidad, his morning prayer would be answered right on time.
That behind the distant hills of Laventille comes the promise of the sun.
No doubt, Ellie, a hallmark of power and leadership during Invaders’ glory years in the 1950s and 1960s, found out what he needed for happiness — the magic of thinking big and believing in himself.
As a self-promoter, it must have been quite a chore, choosing to be a special type of person. A genius who put the needs of others behind his.