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And what about, The Pouchet Brothers?
what about Kenrick and Harold Headlyy these two is not added in
This was obviously intended to spark a conversation not only on the criteria for selecting Legends, how was the contribution assessed and the value of this classification. I will follow the discussion to see where the discussion leads. My only addition would be all TASPO participants.
Let us not forget a Legend is someone who leaves behind an Unforgettable impression on others . There are all sorts of in the stellband movement .
cordel barbour an pongie, a legend,
kelvin hart, a legen,
Pat Bishop is too new to be a legend?
You have to be crazy to not include Bobby Mohammed. By the way Alan Gervais established his genius by pairing with Bobby--the perfect combination of tuner and arranger. There has never been a pairing like that.
Robert, Trini Legends!
I have to assume that this list is far from complete , because the three names already mentioned should be on any list of significant pan people.
And on the subject of legends , there is an individual who was a ping pong (tenor pan ) champion , pan pioneer.
A legend who influenced another (forgotten ) legend , Lennox Bobby Mohammed to play the pan.
This individual was also a guitarist who went to Jamaica and is acknowledged as one of the creators of reggae / rock steady.
By any measure he should be considered a legend.
His name is Nearlin ( Lynn ) Taitt.
And BTW , How about Earl Rodney ?
I am looking for Andy Narrell and not seeing his name.....doh try dat....
Lennox "Bobby" Mohammed
Who are consider legends, may I ask.
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