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Codrington Pan Family - If I Ain't Got You

Pan In The 21st Century 2010 - 2nd Place Winners. Codrington Pan Family - If I Ain't Got You. Arranged By: Cary and Keisha Codrington

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Comment by Malcolm Pinkett on October 29, 2010 at 6:56pm
Hello Cary this is Malcolm from Barbados.We met about a year ago through keisha and the others playing on the corner Federick St. and Lara Promanade.The arrangement is awesome god bless.
Comment by Ms. Jacqueline Sealey on October 27, 2010 at 5:21am
Khari, we met at Ray Braithwaite's about 5 years ago, and I mentioned you and your family should come to the UK to show them what real steelpan playing, amongst young people, and indeed, just about everybody,should sound like!! Keisha was 8 at the time. Have the Codrington family been to the UK since then? Do let me know.

Jacqueline Sealey
Comment by Khari Codrington on October 27, 2010 at 12:01am
Correction: the song was arranged by Cary and Keisha Codrington and as a matter of fact, Keisha did most of the frontline music including solos and Cary did the background.
Comment by Herman Andalcio on October 26, 2010 at 6:34am
Hi Guys, THis is Herman from Chicago. I am very proud to know you guys. The performance was outstanding. I love you guys. God bless. See you soon.
Comment by Ian Franklin on October 25, 2010 at 7:12pm
Kudos to the Codrington pan family and members.
It seems that "women is boss" in 2010 placing 2nd and 6th at Small Bands Panorama, 1st and a collaborated 2nd at Pan in the 21st Century, and first in Politics. (lol)
Comment by Hollis Marcelle on October 25, 2010 at 6:40pm
Just Super
Comment by Carlton E. Munroe on October 25, 2010 at 5:45pm
Enjoyed the performance very much. Curly / Tahzann
Comment by winston mauricette on October 25, 2010 at 10:56am
I think Alicia Keyes would be very proud with this arrangement.
Comment by Michelle N. Joseph on October 25, 2010 at 10:36am
Amazing! Real good stuff. I like the tempo change.
Comment by Ms. Jacqueline Sealey on October 24, 2010 at 7:17pm
I have been following the successes of this family since, their star tenor pan player, daughter, Keisha, was winning all competition for this instrument since she was 8 years old-- about 5/6 years ago. Her personal accomplishments, and that of the whole of this extraordinary family, should be made known worldwide; although I do know that they have played globally for some time. They are, however, an integral part of the development of pan in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, and as such should be highly commended at all times, for the sheer joy, which they bring to their audiences. A truly remarkable family, with Mom playing the drums. Great stuff!

Jacqueline Sealey

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