It's been 35 years since Maestro's tragic death, back in August of 1977 in Trinidad. Maestro was currently working on his third album "Anatomy of Soca" for the following year 1978. Which unfortunately would be his last. Pelham Goddard were his arranger in his final album. Music were accompanied by the popular Soca Brass Band Charlie's Roots. Now Maestro's upcoming album "Anatomy of Soca" were recorded in late 1977. But it was really meant for 1978. The album was issued out on the Trinidadian label Kalinda KDS-2014. Then the following year, it was issued out on the US label Charlie's KDS-2014. Maestro first made his entry in 1975, with his hit "Tempo", In 1976, it was his hit "Fiery", Then again in 1977, with his hit "Rampage". Cecil Hume were a talented gifted calypsonian and composer. He was the cousin of the calypsonian The Baron. Some of the calypsonians like Ajala, Lord Melody (deceased), Mudada, Poser, and Super Blue had paid tribute to the late calypsonian Maestro. In their tunes. Like Ajala's tune "Soca Music (Tribute) (2000)", Lord Melody's tune "Tribute to Maestro (1977/78)", Mudada's tune "The Name Maestro (1978)", Poser's tune "Maestro (1978)" and Super Blue's tune "Virginia (1991)". If Maestro didn't die? He would've been around to existed in the 80's and 90's. In the Soca World. Along with Ajala, Ajamu, All Rounder, Arrow, Errol Asche, Atlantik, Bally, Baron, Black Stalin, Blue Boy (Now known as Super Blue), ChalkDust, Leon Coldero, Crazy, Cro Cro, Designer, Denyse Plummer, Duke, Gabby, Iwer George, Grynner, Gypsy, Rikki Jai, Elsworth James, Jayson, Kitchener, Colin Lucas, Machel, Merchant, Mudada, Natasha, Nelson, Organiser, Penguin, Poser, Power, Charlie's Roots, Rootsman, David Rudder, Singing Sandra, Scrunter, Shadow, Singing Francine, Sound Revolution, Sparrow, Tambu, Taxi, and Ed Watson And His Brass Circle, and King Wellington. Maestro were planning to take Soca Music to whole new level. The man had big plans. We'll never know anything more about this man. All I know is? He was Baron's cousin. The calypsonian Baron must have took it hard as Hell. When he lost his cousin Maestro in the late 70's. I know. It might be hard. For some people to believe. But the Baron and Maestro were related. Ras Shorty I use to write their music for them. Back in the 1970's. Shorty was the one, who penned Baron's 1971 hit "Severe Licking". So to all the people. Who love Soca Music. Give Maestro's some props. And some of the contributions this man had made. During in his prime of the 70's era. After 5 years later of Maestro's death. Montserrat calypsonian Arrow took Soca Music to a whole new level with "Hot, Hot, Hot" in 1982. That's it.