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Wayne has company in Nigel Lewis, who has penned his first calypso for pan which he interestingly calls "Calypso No. 9."
Hollis Wright, another established pan tune composer who was off to a late start last year, is well off with the pack this time around. His offering is a tune called "Celebrating with Steel."
Super Blue has had many of his tunes used by pan in the past e.g. "Soca Baptist", "Ethel", "Unknown Band", "Rebecca", "Birthday Party" and "Fire coming down." It's good to have him back in the fray with a party favored number called "Jump for Joy."
Denyse Plummer, who has had great success with pan tunes composed by Len "Boogsie" Sharpe, is also featured singing "My Time", which may prove prophetic for "Boogsie."
Steve Sealy has been bitten by the pan bug since he sang "One for the Savannah" and is viewed as a regular. For the second straight year he sings a Brian "Bean" Griffith composition with lyrics by yours truly "On de Drag."
Yet another newcomer is included in the person of Scanty, based in New York. He offers "Pan Calling Me."
The Original Defosto Himself won the first ever Pan Kaiso competition in 1999 with "Tune for Pan" and is Back this year with what he considers his best pan tune to date, "Pan Forevermore."
Colin Lucas seems to have been influenced by Oba's success and he has jumped into the action with "Pan is Mine."
Bally is a veteran in pan composing, and "Pan is Therapy" is a good marriage of lyrics and music.
Another newcomer to the Pan scene is Wayne Rodriguez and he is privileged to have been selected to perform a Winsford Devine composition entitled "Pan is." In his unique style Devine has put the soul of Pan in proper perspective.
Last year Emanuel "Oba" Synette pulled off the biggest surprise when his tuneful "In my House" emerged the winning Panorama selection as played by Desperadoes. He is back with an infectious melody and interesting perspective called "Picture on my Wall."
Also trying for a better response this time is Eunice Peters with "Show Off." She gave us "Panman on Tenth Avenue" last year and has turned to the combined effort of Oba and myself.
Blackie produced the most played tune on pan last year, "Ting Tang", and to prove that was no fluke he is back with "Tenor Fever", which has a strong bias toward party.
Sparrow leads the pack with a tribute to former manager of Exodus Steel Orchestra, Amin Mohammed. As last year with "Play my Music" this is a collaborative effort between Pelham Goddard, Sparrow and myself.
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