"RIP Teach. A life well lived You've been a teacher, a community leader, and a respected mentor, to so many. Most of all, you were a pan man. It was a pleasure to have known you, and to have played under you, so many years ago. Lots of…"
"Seems there are two schools of thought. Playing the pan vs beating the pan. I, for one, prefer to play the pans rather than beating them. When you play the instrument, you do so with a degree of love for it. On the other hand, beating the pan,…"
Hi again James , not exactly sure if he is from Arima but I have a very good friend from Arima , Herman Brown , he used to work at the Trinidad and Tobago
consulate here in Toronto before returning home about 10 years ago to take up the post of chief immigration officer . He has since retired .He lives on Leotaud Lands near Omeara rd . I don't know if you know this area of Arima .
I'll certainly do that. No question about it, you're going to have a fantastic carnival season. I'm going home on Dec. 17th. I'll be there for Christmas. It's been a long time since I've spent a Christmas in Trinidad with family. I'm so looking forward. I'm not sure I'll stay for carnival but I'll see. Wishing you a happy holiday season.
james... glad we are still intouch, and with the age of the internet it does not matter
where you are we can still communicate, the music and sounds travels,
the incouragement and blessing are greatly appreciated.. all the best to you too bro .
if you see carl rodney say hi for me please.