Remember our brothers and sisters in Haiti

Composed by Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington’s secret weapon from Puerto Rico, the tune heads from New York City back to the Caribbean where it’s performed by the group Mozayik at their debut performance in Haiti at the Parc Historique de la Canne a Sucre in Tabarre, Haiti 2006.


Eddy Bourjolly – guitar
Ted Cruz – piano
Gashford Guillaume – drums,
Gene Torres – bass
Markus Schwartz – Haitian drums/percussion
Azor (Lenord Fortune) – Haitian drums/percussion – RIP

“Tanbou frappe, Haitien kanpe” – “When the drum’s struck, Haitians stand!”

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– Ken and Lester