CD's & Videos

 

  KEN CORSBIE             is

 "Caribbean Voices" 

 

 

 

"The anarchic professional, Ken is a dynamic performer (not reader) of the  oral/aural poetry gems of the Caribbean. His stories, improvisations, stagecraft and humour will leave you thinking" Dr. Michael Gilkes - playwright, poet, theatre director, film maker,  literature professor U. of the West Indies.   ikael_2000@yahoo.com

 

 

 

"This Mango Sweeet" 

 

Growing up in Guyana, arriving and living in America. Stories of picking and eating mangoes,  teenage parties, memories of his Trinidadian parents


 


"Marc  Up"


Caribbean’s oral/aural poems performed by the

legendary Guyana ALL-AH-WE (all of us) team of Marc Matthews, John Agard, Henry Muttoo and Ken
 

 

 

"Walls of Jericho"

 

Excerpts from Ken's stand-up performances throughout North America.. He makes lighthearted fun of religion, language, cultures, other humorists, age and sex, beauty contests.

"Monkey Liver Soup"

Two popular Caribbean folktales characters - crafty Compere Monkey and trickster Anansi Spider. Two literary tales written by award winning Guyanese poets Marc Matthews and John Agard.


 

"Small Days" - Marc Matthews.


Poet, actor, writer, storyteller. His adventurous smallboy adventure tales are almost Guyanese "folklore". No one tells story like Marc. 

 

Hugh Sam - (Guyana)


Musician, composer, pianist.
Ten CDs of his extraordinary variety of styles and themes - Caribbean folk, pop, classical, broadway.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDvuszIAR7A

Link to brief audio introductory moments from these five CDs. From an outdated website.... 

                               http://www.caribvoices.com/about/kens-cds/ 

 

                                    Links to three of Ken's youtube videos

                     Four more Caribbean poems - http://youtu.be/k5RB3SEDfgw    

        "Four ways to eat a mango" - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1nN8BsHS3E
        "Monkey Liver Soup" Folktale https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX6-sf4AyzA