Category Archives: Music Videos

GUYANA: Music: Terry Gajraj – Eldorado Gold Featuring the Divinity Dancerz – video

 MUSIC: Terry Gajraj – Eldorado Gold Featuring the Divinity Dancerz

Terry Gajraj is a very popular Guyanese artist. He has been performing for a number of years and some of his music features the “Chutney beat”a hybrid of Indian, Soca and Rap music.

In a way, this music mirrors the multi-racial cuisine of Guyana, where many cultures intermix to create unique products and presentations. In this funny video he features drinking the best-selling rum of Guyana El Dorado,  Enjoy!!!

In Guyana: The Primacy of Hope – By Dave Martins + Guyana Medley by The Tradewinds


In years past, hearing outside about my country’s difficulties, I would come home to Guyana with Tradewinds to play music, or just to visit, often very concerned that I would find a joyless, dispirited people. It would be in my mind often as I was setting up the tours. I recall particularly the reactions to the endless lines in the “shortages” days, when even toilet paper was on ration. Instead, I would come home and find Guyanese, certainly complaining, but also upbeat, showing exuberance, finding things to laugh at.        Continue reading

MUSIC: REGGAE: Bob Marley’s 30 greatest songs – ranked! – with Videos – The Guardian

Bob Marley

As Tuff Gong releases a limited edition series of Marley albums, we pick the greatest work of reggae’s biggest star

THE GUARDIAN – by 19 November 2020

30. Rude Boy (1965)

The ska-era Wailers launch themselves into the 60s Jamaican vogue for singles either praising or condemning the violent Kingston “rude boy” youth cult. Tellingly, given the socio-political songs that lay ahead of him, Marley focuses on the deprived circumstances that birthed the phenomenon: “Want it want it – can’t get it, get it get it – no want it.”                Continue reading

MUSIC VIDEO: The Who – “Won’t Get Fooled Again”- with lyrics – written 1971: recorded 1978

By: The Who – Won’t Get Fooled Again (Shepperton Studios / 1978)

LISTEN TO THE LYRICS- Still relevant after 50 years. Have things changed???. They do not make songs like this anymore. I saw them live (1982), in Toronto. Brought back memories when looking at the 2020 USA Presidential Elections… that is why this song is featured here. (Cyril Bryan)

The Who are an English rock band formed in London in 1964. Their classic line-up consisted of lead singer Roger Daltrey, guitarist and singer Pete Townshend, bass guitarist and singer John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon. They are considered one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century and have sold over 100 million records worldwide.     (Wikipedia-Read more) Continue reading

MUSIC VIDEO: Dave Martin and the Tradewinds – 1987 visit to Washington DC

MUSIC VIDEO: Dave Martin and the Tradewinds – 1987 visit to Washington DC

Music Video: Guyana-born Andy Nichols -‘Parting is Hard’

DOWN MEMORY LANE – Guyanese Love song: 

A really old tune that will bring back memories for those who listened to radio  (Radio Demerara; ZFY) or went to dances and parties in the late 1950’s – early 1960’s. Andy emigrated to Canada and performed at many events in Toronto and other cities.

Do you remember this song?… Comment!

Commentary: Mixed bag – By Dave Martins

By Dave Martins –  August 2, 2020 – Stabroek News

Any writer of a regular column will tell you of the variety of items that you put away, intended for another day. Like today. I must tell you, before I forget, to definitely watch a post my musician friend George Jardim has posted. It’s Dire Straits’ Sultans of Swing, ukulele acoustic stuff (don’t let the word “ukulele” distract you; it is indeed “intense rhythm” coming at you non-stop. (see video below). I don’t know where Jardim finds these things). It’s not long, three and a half minutes or so but check particularly around 1:30 for some real fireworks.      Continue reading

‘Britain’s Got Talent’: 10-Year-Old Singer Charms Judges With Zendaya Cover

Reggae legend Toots Hibbert of Toots and the Maytals dies aged 77 + Music Video 54-46

a man holding a guitar: Toots Hibbert had reportedly been tested for coronavirus in the last two weeks

© Getty Images Toots Hibbert

On social media the group announced he had “passed away peacefully” in Kingston, Jamaica surrounded by his family. As yet it is unknown how Hibbert died, although he had been tested for coronavirus in the last in the last two weeks and was put into intensive care..  May his Soul Rest In Peace!     SEE VIDEO BELOW          Continue reading

Twitter Removes Trump Video With ‘Electric Avenue’ Song by Eddy Grant

— After Copyright Complaint by Eddy Grant’s lawyer

Trump tweeted the video on Aug. 12, which featured an animated train with his campaign logo barreling through a town while Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden followed behind slowly on a railroad handcar. “Electric Avenue,” the hit 1982 song by Eddy Grant, played in the background of the video.      Continue reading