Politicians vs. Military Leaders

One of the good things about being retired is I get the opportunity to enjoy books that I may have missed, fiction and nonfiction.Audiobooks make it even easier, as I can listen, while doing other things like driving.  Cornelius Ryan was born on June 5, 1920 in Dublin, Ireland. He was a writer, known for … Continue reading Politicians vs. Military Leaders

A link to Pan Trinbago’ website

PanTrinbago is a cultural organization which was incorporated by Act of Parliament, 5 of 1986. It formerly operated and was registered as a Union representing the interest of steelpan players. The general membership of the steelband Movement decided that it would better serve their interests in the development and promotion of the steelband, to become … Continue reading A link to Pan Trinbago’ website

Panorama arrangements, Then and Now.

Listening to those classic panorama tunes of yesteryear by Solo Harmonites , Desperadoes , All Stars  and others set me thinking. There have been significant changes in the style of panorama music and arrangements over the decades , and  after some thought, I've drawn a couple conclusions Feel free to agree or disagree. My first … Continue reading Panorama arrangements, Then and Now.

Remembering another calypso legend , Mr. Carlton Joseph , The Lord Blakie.

Calypsonian Carlton Joseph,The Lord Blakie was born on November 3, 1932 and died January 6, 2005. CARLTON JOSEPH , THE LORD BLAKIE One of the greatest of our old time calypsonians and an all time favorite of mine, he was also known as The Warlord.The sobriquet was no accident since as great a calypsonian as … Continue reading Remembering another calypso legend , Mr. Carlton Joseph , The Lord Blakie.

The Panorama Story as told musically by The Grand Master , Lord Kitchener

For the longest while I've wanted to create a post featuring the Panorama Story, as seen through the eyes of The Grand Master of Calypso , Lord Kitchener. However , I was struggling to find the appropriate words , until I realized there was no need; I would let the Grand Master speak for himself … Continue reading The Panorama Story as told musically by The Grand Master , Lord Kitchener