The media has already instilled the idea of selling everything with a scantily dressed woman next to it Wichtigs' out there, take heed or you will be exposed just like the dancers in the white underpants!!! Cheap flesh!! Just to sell a product!!! Ras P: Yes my brother plays up to now, but my sister no. My father was a sax player in a local band and always practiced scales at home.
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So my brother and myself used to look and try to repeat what he played with our mouths. TLL: So you were born and raised in a small Caribbean village, yet with a window on the outside world through radio. What were your favourit programs and what kind of music was played? Lots of Calypsos, and since recording possibilities were so remote, we had to be always listening in order to hear our favourit songs again. TLL: So let's get to the point when you started checking music as a musician. How did that come about? Ras P: When I was about seven, my brother bought me a melodica and some books to learn the basic theory and stuff.
I never wanted to learn about the notes on lines and things like that. TLL: So what were you interested in then? Ras P: The raw theory TLL: At seven you were already into that? Ras P: Yeah man! My brother had a xylophon that he soon beat up and turned into a "drum". My sister sang the songs, I accompanied her on melodica and my brother kept the riddim on his xylo-drum!
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TLL: What kind of songs did you play then? Ras P: Most of all what they played over the radio! The popular ones. Radio Guardian used to blast Sparrow and Kitchener steady so we just had to check them. TLL: Sparrow?
Ras P: The heavy duty calypso creators outta Trinidad. Calypso Today's Soca was what was reigning these days so we just had to play these beautiful songs. TLL: How do you check Sparrow today compared to them times? I mean today you play reggae and your first influence was calypso. Why the change, if there indeed has been one? Ras P: Actually there has been change, but it still is the same thing going on. The so called problem arises when one tries to give names or labels to things Sparrow played pure kaiso and then it was later called soca TLL: Didn't you leave something out??
Ras P: Look out the window man Rainstop and the sun shining. To be continued People who have seen this band must remember certain particularities. There is a noticeable absence of guitarist e!! It becomes quite clear however that Ras Perez is the red bassist-lead singer.
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Who he is and where he comes from cannot be easily guessed unless one knows him through his CD or hears his story from himself which is what we intend to do here. I arrived late but that did not seem to disturb him.
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Ras P: Yes I Tilou Come in man, I thought you had a traffic jam session. I sat down and put my walkman straight into recording mode because I did not want to miss anything. I had been forewarned but already I was hearing about "Traffic Jam Session!!!???!! TLL: Nah man, today Sunday de roads clear I jus wake up late.
Ras P: Sun what??
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It raining cats and flies out dere. TLL: Yes, but you know what I mean RAS P: I ready already. TLL: People would like to know about your early musical influences, since on your CD you say you started in Some people who listen to you were not born then. What can you tell them were your early musical influences? Ras P: Well I liked the birds how they sang and I considered horses and donkeys to have the "jazzy" side of animal sounds compared to the birds which I checked as being in the "pop" category!!!
TLL: What? Ras P: Yah man, before I talk about listening to radio or learning to play instrument, I must say that I was really fascinated when listening to animals "talk", "sing" or "cry". TLL: Yeah, I see where you coming from, but people would like to know about stuff like if you come from a musical family, or if you listened to what was you favourite music over the radio if you had that possibility, or what was the musical ambience around you, say up to when you were ten or so. Ras P: Yah Yah Of course we are talking about before the great transistor revolution and I was lucky to be able to stay home and listen to almost anywhere in the world TLL: Your family Ras P: My parents lived together at the time and I am the middle one with an elder sister and a younger brother.
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Your sister and brother, do they play music too? To date there RAW members with known e-mail and a further with known web site. So, don't watch us grow. Grow with us!!!!! SUMMER contd Berlin's Hanf Parade kicked off to a good start with local and outta town massives in full support but nothing to be compared with Love sic Parade that drew a million technoheads and sold 'nuff beers and cold water thirsty ravers!!! Love parade is what it is and Hanf is something else. It is still a known fact that some herbs products dealers tend to distance themselves from hard core smokers.
A double-sided affair. So the parade went on and Makwerhu was among the bands that played somewhere that day. Berlin seems to lack a good open space to put up a nice concert in the TU Mensa Local acts were more or less out of stage view this summer Every weekend or so one of the main groups was always out to play somewhere else than Berlin. Are we tired of hearing our boys or are they tired of playing to us? There is still some work to be done by both parties to ensure that the reggae vibes is forwarded with due respect to JAH and the people who yearn and crave to be imbibed by the vibes of this music.
In the next issue a local promoter frees up his mind and has some things to say to aspiring artists inna de city. If truth were self evident eloquence would not be necessary Five mangoes were under the tree and some boys were passing by. Each takes one Reggae music has gone through a degree cycle and is now again about to take its rightful place Judy Mowatt.
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