"I think that you are understood by all who read this response of yours. The anxiety was caused by the final paragraph of the article which refers to your project as an initial one and speaks of future classes returning. It sounds like so many…"
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A trini living in Jamaica, I am a music lover: classical, jazz, R&B, all oldies, gospel, world music, Indian, African, chutney,
European, and of course, calypso, soca, reggae, dancehall.
This love began when as a kid, I listened to steelband music and was finally allowed to play by my parents. I began with a band called Symphonettes (who remembers Shadow? and had one year with Starlift before I left for UWI in Mona
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Noel; there were two men that made the move to"Starlift from Invaders," Ray Holman and Monty Williams also of "Cassanova's, who's dad was John "buddy" Williams, and brother "Happy" Williams a Jazz bassists composer writer of "Happy Song" with the group "Read, Wright, & Be Happy", who also played pans in Invaders and Starlift... I see U R a player with "Rupert shadow Nathanial of Symphonettes humm" great band back in the day, then U knew Reggie Clarke who passed, those were some good days man...