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‘Who Is Copeland?’
sung by Mark “Oscar” Roberts
composed by Mark Roberts
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With all the activity surrounding Dr. Copeland's name because of the recent release of the panorama tune "Who is Copeland?" WST felt it was only fair that you read for yourself information Dr. Copeland who is a participating member of the WST forum. To his credit, Dr. Copeland has never separated himself from participating in the forum discussions or providing useful information to the pan community.
This is a nice calypso. I like it.
Nice melody good lyrics.Nice lyrical flow. ( by that I mean the lyrics flow smoothly off the singer's tongue without sounding forced or clumsy)
On the subject matter, however, the singer seems to suggest that only contributors who came directly out of the panyards should be recognized.
I tend to disagree.
I reject this negativity,
There is room for everyone. Recognition for one does not mean that others lose. We need all of our Pan innovators. Prof. Copeland has brought his technological knowledge to bear on the development of Steelband technology, involving a host of young people - musicians and engineers in this process. The UWI is proud to be part of this innovative process.
We have been accustomed to fighting for crumbs hence the tendency to fight each other in this process. Who is Copeland? He is son of San Fernando Mas man the late, Mack Copeland, he is a Trinidadian citizen, research engineer and pan lover.
Love it. A controversial topic with Copeland, the Gpan and the PHI. On the Gpan there is a German Eckard who made the BIG MAMA and was played by Hadeed in a jazz album with Rudy Smith Jazz 'n' in the late '90.
Then there is the Cupid epan vs PHI bachannal
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