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Lord Relator and Robert Greenidge at Moods of Pan 2002 in Antigua. A Gemonites Steel Orchestra Production...
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I love this piece of music the two masters at work
The phrase ...'Yankees Gone'' in this 1956 Sparrow song had very important historical and socio-political significance in the then British West Indies, particularly Jamaica, Antigua, St. Lucia and Trinidad where Britain granted the US permission to establish bases during World War II. (Also British Guyana). The 'Yankees' were eventually "gone" at varying times following the end of the war. The locals were very relieved, hence the immediate HUGE popularity of 'Jean & Dinah' throughout the region.
They just cast that musical spell from which you cannot escape . They have placed us above cloud 9 . Thanks .
Beautiful performance of this classic calypso by two of my favorite cultural heroes.
Beautiful collaboration: Two greats of two art forms.
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