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Carnival 2021 came and went. There is a tremendous amount of potential for us as a nation if we can learn from the experience. Here are my thoughts and suggestionsSee More
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The Modern Sound Quintet was formed by Rudy Smith, a Trinidadian Steel Pan drummer late 60's in Sweden. This international group of musicians featured John Roachford (Piano) from Barbados, Sigfriend McIntosh (bass) from Surinam, George Allun (drums) from Trinidad and Kofi Ayivor (congas) from Ghana and Lars Samuelson (jazz trumpet) from Sweden. They released one album "Otinku" in 1971.Late 70's they changed their name to Modern Sound Corporation and released another album "Dancin' Feet" in…See More
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Four-part historical documentary series tracing the changes to British national life brought about by the first major influx of people from the Caribbean on the troopship Empire Windrush.…

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Windrush is a four-part series of one-hour television documentaries originally broadcast on BBC2 in 1998[1] to mark the 50th anniversary of the arrival in Britain of the MV Empire Windrush, the ship that brought the first significant wave of post-war West Indian immigrants. The series was produced and directed by David Upshal. Its…

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Windrush is a four-part series of one-hour television documentaries originally broadcast on BBC2 in 1998[1] to mark the 50th anniversary of the arrival in Britain of the MV Empire Windrush, the ship that brought the first significant wave of post-war West Indian immigrants. The series was produced and directed by David Upshal. Its Executive…

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Calypso, the unique art form that defined Trinidad and Tobago for a hundred years, that clever, creative combination of lyrics with rhyme and melody to haunt the living and awaken the dead, is dead. Gone to a great cultural…

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At 1:00pm on December 14, 2017, Charles Assevero said…

Steel band hold  a part  in my heard. I grew  up in Belmont( born 1937) and had the steelband  around me all my life.  I was a member of the steel band that played on ethe froad in 1958 In Harlem(then called West Indian Day Parade). I was past of the Labor Day Parade for Day one until 1974.  Charles Assevero Plano, Texas.  I was also a member of Carl Dera Carablo band in the late fifties.  Long live the steel band.I was a member  of Divieland stell band in Trinidad  1954, 55,56

At 10:11pm on April 24, 2017, Fitzy T. Spencer said…

Hi I would like to get in contact with Gale my email add: is  trinityta22@hotmail.com

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At 7:00pm on April 15, 2017, Fitzy T. Spencer said…

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My name is Fitzy Spencer from the republic of Trinidad & Tobago, and would like to get in contact with Lou Dutrow of Wilde Lake High  School. Thank you

Spencer

At 9:13am on August 13, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Times: Ellie Mannette SAID on National TV in T&T that HE, started "Oval Boy's in 1938 when HE DID NOT which is a BIG LIE, pan was just coming out of it's dust bin phase, where Carlton "sonny" Roach had just put note's on his 1st "KLIM MILK CAN", where Oval Boy's did not really start untill 1944 evolving from "Green Eye's" another band in the Woodbrook area, while WORLD WAR II was in PROGRESS, by Ellie's older brother Milton "ossie" Mannette, his nephew Herman Gomez, and Francis Wickham, there's photo's of Ellie playing a " dud up " in 1944 with Wickham, and one where he's shaking a "shack shack", in 1947 while in Oval Boy's with Gomez, Dove, and Wickham playing ping pong/ tenor, Invaders got their name "Night Invaders" after the war ended in May of 1945, and later changed it to Invaders, and Vernon "birdie" Mannette was tuning BEFORE Ellie where Ellie never started tuning untill 1948/49, how could Invaders be celebrating their 75th Anniversary, isn't it a bit premature???

At 5:11pm on August 8, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Times, please pass this on to Ms. La Rose,

Ms. Miranda La Rose; Hameed Shaqq, DO NOT KNOW WHAT HE"S TALKING ABOUT, because "PYTHAGORAS" DID NOT create/invented the Cycle of Fifths, ANTHONY WILLIAMS DID in 1949/50, he Pythagoras in 500 B.C. derived/create the MATHEMICAL THEOREM, or NUMERICAL EQUATIONS which WILLIAMS used to derive the cycle of 4ths & 5ths, by the GYRATING or MOVEMENT of the "PLANETS", Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn and Uranus, Neptune and Pluto was discovered much much later after "Pythagoras" was murdered, as a student of Williams, I'm the only one he entrusted with his"DOSSIER of SCHEMATICS" et al, ect ect ect... there were other who had the opportunity to create/derive from the theorem, Nicolaus Copenicus in 1515 and Tycho Brahe in 1590, but it was only Johannes Kepler a German astronomer in 1615, where he derived the five lines and four spaces, on manuscript using "Pythagoras" first seven (7) planets and the other two (2) later discovered planets, never the less but nice try Mr. SHAQQ, the next time PLEASE get all your fact correct,

 

 

At 5:42pm on July 23, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Am North Stars "Ivory and Steel" with Winnifred Atwell and , Pan Am North Stars and the Marrionettes Choir, conducted by Joycelyn Pierre... I know most of U have'nt heard the one with the Marrionettes Choir ???

At 11:34pm on June 24, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Times; I know that U guy's mean well, but Mr.Williams is NOT 85 years of age this year, being born 26th of June 1931 this makes him 84years of age, please don't rush him, he'll get there and past that in due time...

At 12:23pm on June 18, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Times; you need to go back into your steel band archives, if U have an archive and see the other three band's, Pan Am North Stars, BWIA Sunjets West Side Symphony, and WITCO Desperadoes that "Rock" Carnegie Hall, where the "Musical Caliber were Superior" to that of today's, the musical performance was no way near that of the previous 1964 and 1970s ...

At 2:48pm on June 11, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Times; please inform the Trinidad Express News that, there history or information is "ERRONEOUS", Pan Am North stars was the first Steel Band to preform at Carnegie Hall November 23rd 1964, with 10 year old Kenneth Clarke, 17 year old Lynn Barton, and myself 19 years old at the time, on stage drill master leader for Anthony Williams, in 1970, BWIA Sunjets West Side Symphony also preformed at Carnegie Hall with a youth ensemble, Adolphus "ages" Baptiste, Michael Reis, etc, before WITCO Desperadoes, hate to burst your bubbles fellars, but St Margaret's Boys Steel Orchestra, U R JOURNEY IS LATE...

At 2:46pm on June 11, 2015, Juanitto Jordano Jorda'ninho said…

Pan Times; please inform the Trinidad Express News that, there history or information is "ERRONEOUS", Pan Am North stars was the first Steel Band to preform at Carnegie Hall November 23rd 1964, with 10 year old Kenneth Clarke, 17 year old Lynn Barton, and myself 19 years old at the time, on stage drill master leader for Anthony Williams, in 1970, BWIA Sunjets West Side Symphony also preformed at CaPan Times; please inform the Trinidad Express News that, there history or information is "ERRONEOUS", Pan Am North stars was the first Steel Band to preform at Carnegie Hall November 23rd 1964, with 10 year old Kenneth Clarke, 17 year old Lynn Barton, and myself 19 years old at the time, on stage drill master leader for Anthony Williams, in 1970, BWIA Sunjets West Side Symphony also preformed at Carnegie Hall with a youth ensemble, Adolphus "ages" Baptiste, Michael Reis, etc, before WITCO Desperadoes, hate to burst your bubbles fellars, but St Margaret's Boys Steel Orchestra, U R JOURNEY IS LATE...rnegie Hall with a youth ensemble, Adolphus "ages" Baptiste, Michael Reis, etc, before WITCO Desperadoes, hate to burst your bubbles fellars, but St Margaret's Boys Steel Orchestra, U R JOURNEY IS LATE...

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