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Silver Stars Steel Orchestra "Don't Come Back Again" arranged by Edgar "Junior" Pouchet

An arrangement by Edgar "Junior" Pouchet of Lord Kitchener's tune "Dont come back again" from the 1967 album "Carnival in Trinidad Vol. III.

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Comment by Cecil hinkson on March 26, 2012 at 10:22pm

Junior trade mark was how he had his seconds strumming, in those days the guitars used to strum like that

Comment by kentsh stanley Borde on March 26, 2012 at 8:46pm
II used to listen to tune in to the Government Program just to hear that tune. What an amazing beautifullarrangement.that was.I always considered it to be JP,s + the Stars best classic+ one of the best recordings of Pan music at that time. Thank you Hameed for reminding us. You are atrue connosieur I used to mouth pan that whole song.Any who has it in their stash please air it for the pan nation.
Comment by ama belfon on March 26, 2012 at 8:29pm

This recording brings back memories of me as a young girl in Trinidad pushing pan for days, and enjoying it to the fullest. Memorable arrangements, unlike some of today's.

Comment by kentsh stanley Borde on March 26, 2012 at 8:29pm
Sweet like sugar.Sorry you are gone Junior you left a whole lot of memories.Thank you sir. This current bunch could learn. From your rich legacy. With afew exceptions I feel. The Panorama is not what it used to be.I am curious to know what the pan nation thinks.
Comment by Glenroy R Joseph on March 26, 2012 at 8:05pm

One thing about Junior back in the day, he loved to make the basses talk!

Comment by Hameed Shaqq on March 26, 2012 at 8:00pm

Radio trinidad used Student Prince recorded in 1971 and arranged by Junior Pouchet as the theme for government broadcasting programs....

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