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Jazz and Pan Jazz Features
Music from the Caribbean

Reid, Wright and Be Happy

Eddie Bullen & Kingsley Ettienne - De Organ Grinders

Calypsoldier - Ron Reid & Sunsteel

Rudy Smith - Pan Jazz Improvisations

Pamberi Jazz in Steel

Lightning Live - Steelin the Night

Liam Teague Impressions

Pan Jazz Conversations - Gayap

Liam Teague
Emotions of Steel

Steelin' Jazz Trio - Lightning Strikes

Ray Holman - In Touch

Phase II Pan Groove Another Phase

Arnold Duprey - Jazz de Soca

Raf Robertson Branches

Raf Robertson - Universal Rhythm

Robert Greenidge - From the Heart

Fresh Air 
Len Boogsie Sharpe

TnT Teague
and Tappin

Ralph MacDonald
Home Grown

Rudy Smith Quartet
Pan Jazz Concert

Jazz 'n Steel

Sticks and Fingers Boogsie-Pelham Goddard

Panazz Players - Steel Pan Music

Panazz Live!
Arnold Duprey - Jazz de Soca
Bob Thompson - Next Level Jazz Instrumentals
The Caribbean Jazz Ensemble - Midnight in St. James
Hilary Borneo - Smooth Caribbean Jazz
Kelwyn Hutcheon - But Beautiful
Muhtadi - Age Don't Matter
Muhtadi - Can't Get You Outta My Mind
NEWA Nicholas-Eddie-Wilson-Arturo
Raf Robertson Branches
Raf Robertson - Universal Rhythm
Ralph MacDonald - Home Grown

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See more Pan and Pan Jazz selections at PanOnTheWeb.com


It is not clear who coined the term Pan-jazz, but it is used to describe either a solo Pannist or a small ensemble of Pannists; or a solo Pannist with a group of conventional musicians, usually a pianist, a drummer, a bassist, a guitarist, a saxophonist or some combination thereof, playing conventional jazz or so-called crossover music. The main emphasis is placed on the Pannist as the lead soloist. This music is characterised by spontaneous improvisation.

Pan-jazz is traceable to the late 1950s in Trinidad when the late Scofield Pilgrim, Ray Holman, Earl Rodney, Emmanuel 'Cobo Jack' Riley and others began experimenting with playing calypso and their own compositions in a jazz styling. At the same time, they were trying to extend the range of the soprano pan so that it could be used as a viable substitute for the piano.

Simeon L. Sandiford


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