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Rachel Haywood playing at Pan Explosion 2009 in Luton. This is the first of three pieces played.

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Comment by charlotte on November 19, 2011 at 4:02am

wouldn't this be an historical journey......for the slaves of Africa .......who found personal freedom from the colonials,within their music....and three hundred years later, it is brought back to the same colonials, who perhaps themselves had lost their freedom of expression, lost themselves to dogma and  after all this time those that were enslaved offered their musical instruments, to the colonials, in order to offer another way in which music can be expressed and  where a new found peace, from enslavement could be expressed....their steel drum music still ringing around the world, offering this new found peace.

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