Categories Whimsical Mission Impossible on a Steel Drum Post author By Chris Tingom Post date June 18, 2007 5 Comments on Mission Impossible on a Steel Drum We went over to an open house recently that a client of ours held and this guy was playing the steel drums. By Chris Tingom Principal of Tornado Design, a Phoenix, AZ based web consultancy View Archive → ← Action Pad → Development Time vs. Flexibility vs. Security 5 replies on “Mission Impossible on a Steel Drum” YAY! Steel pans! Hey Chris, steel drums are what you transport oil in. When we West Indians (Caribbean folk) turn those discarded oil drums into an instrument, they are now STEEL PANS and the people playing them are called Steel Pannists (or just Pannists). Did you know that Steel Pans are the only instrument invented in the 20th century? Anyway, thanks Chris for posting this. Steel Pans is not limited ot calyspo, reggae or traditional forms of Caribbean music. We play classical, rock, country and even heavy metal! As you can see, this guy played Mission Impossible. PEACE! Haha, glad that you enjoyed it, and thanks for the background information. yea mon! Whoa, pretty cool…did you add in the back ground track, or was that a sequencer he had? rentals car cheap france france for rentals car Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.