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BOOK REVIEW: The Illustrated Story of Pan, Second Edition by Kim Johnson

There is this thing about books on the steelpan and the steelband movement. They are sometimes large books with plenty words. There are not that many books though; certainly, less illustrated coffee-table sized books have been written on the steelpan than on the electric guitar for instance, or the piano The thing is, Kim Johnson, pan researcher and author of this new…See More
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BOOK REVIEW: The Illustrated Story of Pan, Second Edition by Kim Johnson

There is this thing about books on the steelpan and the steelband movement. They are sometimes large books with plenty words. There are not that many books though; certainly, less illustrated coffee-table sized books have been written on the steelpan than on the electric guitar for instance, or the piano The thing is, Kim Johnson, pan researcher and author of this new…See More
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Podcast: Island Jazz Chat with Rudy Smith

A podcast featuring conversations with Caribbean jazz and pan jazz musicians based in the islands and the diaspora. [LINK HERE]EPISODE NOTES:Pioneering steelpan jazz…See More
Dec 8, 2019

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BOOK REVIEW: The Illustrated Story of Pan, Second Edition by Kim Johnson

Posted on June 25, 2021 at 6:00pm 2 Comments

There is this thing about books on the steelpan and the steelband movement. They are sometimes large books with plenty words. There are not that many books though; certainly, less illustrated coffee-table sized books have been written on the steelpan than on the electric guitar for instance, or the piano The thing is, Kim…

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Podcast: Island Jazz Chat with Rudy Smith

Posted on December 8, 2019 at 2:04pm 0 Comments

A podcast featuring conversations with Caribbean jazz and pan jazz musicians based in the islands and the diaspora. [LINK HERE]…

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Carnival Stories: Panorama is Carnival in rhythm and motion*

Posted on February 11, 2017 at 3:40pm 1 Comment

"Passion, precision, percussion. The panman dedicates sleepless nights and countless hours to memorizing arrangements of calypsos for competition, the Panorama. The necessity for that element of competition in Carnival is still being debated." Photo © 1997, Cyan Studios Ltd. Excerpted from the book, Return to Kairi: A…

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Panorama and Politics: The State and Steelband¹

Posted on January 21, 2016 at 10:55am 0 Comments

(Part 1 of a T&T Guardian series on Panorama)



The annual ritual of the steelband Panorama competition has begun in Trinidad and Tobago, and continues apace through the stages culminating on Carnival Saturday with the finals. With the financial cutbacks across the board in all areas of the economy including Carnival, there is a…

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At 11:33am on May 4, 2012, Gary Gibson said…

Nigel:

I'm not sure of which review it is, but it is probably one of the ones below. It would require going to those sites and searching  in order to find it. Since liner notes are generally attributed to the artist, I just didn't want anyone thinking that I wrote that about myself. But perhaps that wouldn't happen anyway. Thanks.

Percussive Notes Magazine, Terry O’Mahoney, August, 2006, on “Yahboy!”

Entertainment.inuk.com, 2006, Elizabeth Jacobsen, on “Yahboy!”

Jazzreview.com, 2006, Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez on “Yahboy!”

Trinidad Guardian, July, 2006, Mr. Muzik on “Yahboy!”

Ink19.com, March, 2006, Kyrby Raine on “Yahboy!”

Ejazznews, September, 2003, John Kelman on “CounterMelodies”

Jazzreview.com, 2002, Wendy Ross on “CounterMelodies”

Jazzreview.com, 2002, David Bender on “CounterMelodies”

Jazzreview.com, 2000, Lee Prosser on “My Two Cents”

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