Issue 72 (March/April 2005)

Rupert Roopnaraine talks to artist Stanley Greaves; Tracy Assing takes a look at the Trinidad rock scene; Philip Sander takes the Marley Tour in Jamaica; Mark Lyndersay pays tribute to legendary cartoonist, Dunstan E. Williams (DEW); Philip Nanton talks to Barbados Museum Director Alissandra Cummins about Caribbean curating; Richard Costas on the Caribbean financial sector; Buzz from around the islands; Caribbean Cookup; and more!


Music Buzz (March/April 2005)

Bethova Obas and Emiline Michel celebrate their creole roots; Best of Trinidad presents calypso curiosities and rarities; Levi Mayers talks about the legacy of his father, the late "Nappy" Mayers, and his remake of Old Time Days; Dirty Jim's, the Movie recreates 1950s calypso club; Plus a roundup of new albums in the Caribbean
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Skid "Nevely lead guitarist Shane de Silva (left) and frontman Andrew McIntosh (right) rock to their own beat. Photograph by David Wears

Keep on rocking

For a brief, exciting period in the mid 1990s, Trinidad’s indigenous rock music scene looked like it might achieve the kind of critical mass that could change the sound of the calypso island for good. But the revolution hasn't quite happened - yet
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