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Savoys Steel Orchestra "Elizabethan Serenade" (Steelband Music festival 1964)

From the first Steelband Music Festival held in 1964, here is the Savoys Steel orchestra and Elizabethan Serenade, arranged by Martin Albino.

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Comment by Vernon A Seebaran on June 28, 2013 at 11:21pm

I found my album and has been playing it for the memories since I was in the audience. My Bro was in Pan Am performing.

Comment by Steve "Carter" K. on March 3, 2013 at 7:47pm

This is truly a ROYAL SERENADE. Thanks.

Comment by HowardIsrael BenOni on March 3, 2013 at 12:37am

it has been a while, however the sound of the pan/pans, is my spiritual awakening, and conscioousness awareness and peace

thanks brods, it is nice to come home to

benoni

shalom

Comment by martin albino on November 19, 2011 at 2:37pm

Hi Glenroy, hope you are well .Firstly, I would like to thank you for sharing these memorable festival  pieces with the Pan Fraternity. I would also like to compliment the Tuners who are continually making significant progress in the making and tuning  of this remarkable instrument. Compared to the Sixties, the overall sound, tone, harmonics etc, have improved tremendously .However,  I would like to make a comment about a particular  tuner. As a young man growing up in  Laventille, I was very impressed by a panman who I think is now deceased. His name was Carl Greenidge, the uncle of Robert  Greenidge.This guy was a remarkable player and Tuner in my opinion, at that time For some reason I have never seen or heard his name mentioned in any of the several Panbooks. I also heard that some tuners who came after him even emulated some of his techniques. Maybe someone can share some info about Carl Greenidge.It would be greatly appreciated.  martin Albino

Comment by Glenroy R Joseph on November 18, 2011 at 9:58pm

Thank you, Ms. Albino-de Coteau. I thought this was your brother's arrangement , but I wasn't sure.

One of my reasons for posting these rare gems is for the enjoyment of people like your family who were involved in the development of the artform into what we know today.

It is also my way of showing appreciation, and  thanking the pan pioneers who created the art form.

Comment by Merle Albino-de Coteau on November 18, 2011 at 7:46pm

 Thank you Mr. Glenroy R. Joseph for resurrecting this album through " When Steel Talks". Of course I am doubly grateful as my brother Martin Albino was the Arranger of Savoys at that time. It brings back many memories.

 Very grateful and appreciative.

 Merle Albino-de Coteau

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