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Martin Albino along with some of his senior students "The Golden Stars" is interviewed by CBC Television in Montreal Canada
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Hi Martin due to some internet glitches I am only now seeing your interview. Unfortunately, "Je ne parle, Francais". hence I cannot participate in the discussion. (Smile) However, I understood when you mentioned that I play the piano and sing. I did enjoy the interview. Proud of you.
Hey Martin it would be nice to reminisce, I want to attend the Connector concert in Toronto this month let me know if you will be there that's a good time as any.. Regards , Bob..
Hi Bob, it's been a very long time. Nice to hear you. Hope we can get together one of these days to chat about the old days. keep well.
Its great to see that the Prominent name of the Albino family who has been representing the musical culture of T&T for decades is still alive and well as proven by this interview. As school mates in Nelson street boys I knew how talented Martin was the first time I saw him play the old missing notes piano in the school. He then went on to aunty Kay, sunday serenade and whamo, stardom.. I danced a lot to his elder brother Alwin with the Norman Tex band and now sis is continuing the trend of one big musical family..Proud? You bet I'm proud..
Mr. Albino and his Golden Stars...WOW! Great interview...I remember....
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