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Clive Bradley - The Master has passed


 1936 -2005

 

New York - Master steelband music arranger Clive Bradley passed away today, November 26th 2005 in Trinidad.  The revered musician recently celebrated his 69th birthday.  He was a father, a scholar, a gentleman, a teacher, a fierce competitor, a warrior and respected giant among his peers.  His passion for life and his music will not be duplicated. 

Over the years When Steel Talks has been privilege to have covered, reported and publish the musical works, thoughts, movements and genius of Clive Bradley.

Recognized all over the world, Clive Bradley is to steelpan music, what Duke Ellington is to jazz and Mozart is to classical music - and much more - because of the social significance and genius he brought to the art form and a people.  While Mr. Bradley has achieved success on every level and with many organizations, he is most recognized for his successful musical works with the legendary Desperadoes Steel Orchestra from Trinidad and New York's powerhouses Pantonic and Metro Steel orchestras.
 

We at When Steel Talks are proud to have called Mr. Bradley, friend, mentor and champion.

Click here for more great Bradley moments with When Steel Talks

 

 

   

 

2005 A WHEN STEEL TALKS  - EXCLUSIVE
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NY Panyard 2004 DVD

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Pantonic Live!!!  Five-time New York Panorama champions show why they are the best in the North America... 
Clive Bradley at his best..
review by Frankie McIntosh

 

 

 

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