Alfred St. John's Trinidad & Tobago Steelband | Caribbean Romance Volume II

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Caribbean Romance Volume II

by Alfred St. John's Trinidad & Tobago Steelband

Steel drum music of the Caribbean Islands, with reggae and calypso influences in an hour long CD of popular selections - instrumentals and vocals too.
Genre: World: Island
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1. O Nosso Amor (Our Love)
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2. The Bee's Melody
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3. Three Little Birds
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4. A Falicidade
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5. Girl From Ipanema
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6. Dancing in the Street
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7. The Return of the Bull
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8. Basa Mae Mucho
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9. Brazil
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10. Yesterday
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11. I Feel to Dance
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12. Sugar Bum Bum
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13. Toco Band
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The Trinidad & Tobago Steel Band, under the leadership of Alfred St. John, has been performing throughout Western New York and Canada since 1972. Alfred formed the group to share the exciting musical heritage of Trinidad and Tobago, and at present there are five core members. Their instruments are drums, bass guitar, cello pans, double tenor pans, double second pans, and soprano (lead) pan. These accomplished musicians have been associated with steel pans an average of twenty years each. Guest pianists are occasionally invited to perform with the group at special concerts and recording sessions.

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