With The Organist
Entertains. Standards, pops and classics from the popular organ and keyboard world.
Featuring a selection of extended pieces, looking at the organist as arranger.
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Lionel Richie narrates a series that looks at the immeasurable influence black people have had on popular music. 6: The Music of the Caribbean.
This instalment travels to the Caribbean to trace the influence of Africa, religion and colonialism on the music of the islands, taking in Cuba, Jamaica, Trinidad and Barbados. Interviewees include Lee Scratch Perry, Omara Portunda, Ibrahim Ferrer,
Judy Mowatt, Prince Buster, Celia Cruz and others.
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