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Teenage Parties – by Ken Corsbie – comedy video

KEN CORSBIE and TEENAGE PARTIES

Published on Dec 10, 2012

Those wondrous teenage years in Guyana and the Caribbean – of too long long ago – when youthful energy and wild hormones often conflict. When house parties were the rule. When Sinatra, Crosby, Nat Cole, Day, Sachmo, the big bands made us fox trot, waltz, jitterbug, slow jive, with nuff nuff footworks. Yes siree, “time cannot erase, those boyhood days” (Dave Martins).

DAVE MARTINS & THE TRADEWINDS – 9 CLASSIC TRACKS

DAVE MARTINS & THE TRADEWINDS – 9 CLASSIC TRACKS

Listen while you read the blogs to some of the best Caribbean tunes… the songs, and especially the lyrics of Dave Martins are unique and unforgettable:-

1- Cricket in the Jungle;  2- Copycats;  3- Sweet Talk;  4- You can’t get it;  5- Civilization;  6- Mrs. Macmillan;  7- West Indian Suitcase;  8- Boyhood Days; 9- West Indian Alphabet.

 

— Post #1041

THE TRADEWINDS – led by Dave Martins

Now for a break from the politics of Guyana  

Here are three songs by Dave Martins and the Tradewinds… the first one: “Guyana Coming Back”,  is relatively new but has no slides.  The other two are well known favourites:- “Cricket in the Jungle” and “Boyhood Days”,  have slides to depict the music.

Dave Martins music can be purchased via his website www.dtradewinds.com

THE TRADEWINDS – led by Dave Martins

Known for their witty and insightful songs of Caribbean life, the Tradewinds, formed in 1966, have become one of the most revered groups in the West Indies. Led by the versatile Dave Martins (Guyana) with his guitar, vocal and composing ability, the group, like it’s name, reflects the span of the Caribbean.                 Continue reading

“Boyhood Days” – Tradewinds

“Boyhood Days” by The Tradewinds

Video – Featuring pictures mostly from Barbados…

Known for their witty and insightful songs of Caribbean life, the Tradewinds, formed in 1966, have become one of the most revered groups in the West Indies. Led by the versatile Dave Martins (Guyana) with his guitar, vocal and composing ability, the group, like it’s name, reflects the span of the Caribbean.