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‘Pan Hurricane’

sung by Tony Barclay
composed by Tony Barclay

arranged by Leston Paul

   

 

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LYRICS

Verse 1

Is it a hurricane or a storm coming
This vibration, pan invasion
This is ah tempo with a constant jamming
Like ah whirlwind, pan vibrating
Ah ring, ah cling
From every tenor pan
Ah pim, a pong
The bass in the background

Chorus

Pan Hurricane, Pan Hurricane, Storm
Pan Hurricane, Pan Hurricane, Storm
Music all around, steeldrum tumbling down
Madness in the place, iron in your waist

Verse 2

From every direction
You could hear this rumbling
It is frightening, devastating
And the closer it get it keep destroying
Thunder and lighting, people running
Pom pim pom pom pim pom pom pom
From the cello pan
Lin lo pa lim la pom lim lo pi lim
The double second jam

Chorus
_________________

Bridge

This hurricane -
Hurricane coming, hurricane coming
This hurricane, this hurricane

Verse 3

Winds of ah hundred
and eighty miles an hour
With ah rumbling, and ah grumbling
And every double second
Playing sweet soca
Without warning, it’s hurricane
Li Po Po Po, Li Po Po Po
From the cello pan
Lin lo pa lim la pom lim lo pi lim
The double second jam

Chorus
_________________

Music all around, steeldrum tumbling down
Madness in the place (x2)
Iron in your waist

Hurricane -----  Hurricane

Bridge
_________________

Music all around, steeldrum tumbling down
Madness in the place (x2)
Iron in your waist

Bridge
_________________

Oh yoh yoi yoh yoi
Music all around, steeldrum tumbling down
Madness in the place - iron in your waist!


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“Pan Hurricane”
Tony Barclay

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Tony Barclay was born in Trinidad where he learned the guitar at a young age. He played things he heard on the radio and sang on street corners. The 60s played a very important part in Tony’s life; listening to radio he heard people like Steve Wonder, James Taylor, Miriam Makeba, George Benson and many more.

Tony began writing songs singing with Richard Hines, and Ian & Alan Stuart. He began performing at a local radio station, Radio Trinidad, on the “Auntie Kay” program and at the Calypso Revue Tent, where he met other artists. Tony’s first record was a Disco 45, The Crown. Since then he came out with LPs Pan For Beethoven, (2) Music For A Lifetime and (3), Jazz On Pan (conversation Piece).

Tony’s love for music continues as life goes on. He has a number of Pan songs: Pan Beethoven, Pan 5th Symphony, Jazz On Pan, the track featured here - Pan Hurricane, Quicksilver, The Hills Coming Down and many more.

 
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