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6 minutes ago, Sazerac said:

 

 

OMG !  My friend, Roberto Luti is in this !  @ 1:11.  He used to play on the streets here with other friends of mine.

How nice to see him and hear him playing so well.  Lovely. 

I guess I will have to go to Livorno, Italy to meet up with him again or, maybe not,

he is a gypsy and could show up at any time in any place.

Also Simone Luti shows up playing bass, a relation ?  Nice bass.

Hope he gets some dosh and some work out of this video, he's really good.

 

@Sazerac  I really like watching these Playing for Change videos.

 

If you start watching them, you will notice certain people will regularly show up in many of the episodes.  Roberto Luti is in a lot of these videos.  There are also a lot of New Orleans street performers as well (Grandpa Elliot is one of my favorites)

 

Great stuff.

 

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=playing+for+change

 

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4 minutes ago, johnny5 said:

 

@Sazerac  I really like watching these Playing for Change videos.

 

If you start watching them, you will notice certain people will regularly show up in many of the episodes.  Roberto Luti is in a lot of these videos.  There are also a lot of New Orleans street performers as well (Grandpa Elliot is one of my favorites)

 

Great stuff.

 

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=playing+for+change

 

 

Thanks alot, @johnny5

Apparently, Roberto was in on Playing for Change at the beginning.  I am so glad.

Haven't seen Grandpa Elliot out for too long a time...worrisome but, he may surface in the Spring for Jazz Fest.

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1 hour ago, Sazerac said:

 

Thanks alot, @johnny5

Apparently, Roberto was in on Playing for Change at the beginning.  I am so glad.

Haven't seen Grandpa Elliot out for too long a time...worrisome but, he may surface in the Spring for Jazz Fest.

 

For @Sazerac

 

Grandpa Elliot and some wonderful kids from the Playing for Change series

 

 

And more Roberto Luti

 

 

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Favorite song. Favorite video. Don't let the rap at the beginning put you off. It's not a rap song. 😉

 

 

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^another great talent sadly gone too soon.

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Levon Helm was one of a kind. R & B , rock, old school drummer that couldn't fall out of the pocket if you turned him upside down and shook him. None better and what a voice!

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1 hour ago, garry mhudson said:

Levon Helm was one of a kind. R & B , rock, old school drummer that couldn't fall out of the pocket if you turned him upside down and shook him. None better and what a voice!

 

yeah, you right !

 

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18 hours ago, garry mhudson said:

Levon Helm was one of a kind. R & B , rock, old school drummer that couldn't fall out of the pocket if you turned him upside down and shook him. None better and what a voice!

 

And by all accounts, Levon was one of the nicest guys you could ever want to meet.

 

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I am determined to share music that has not already been shared and this track almost certainly fits the bill!

 

Why am I a fan of this piece of 90s Turkish pop? Because it takes me back to my bellydancing days, and those are some happy memories. (Yes, I was a semi-professional bellydancer!)

 

 

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23 hours ago, abbynormal said:

I am determined to share music that has not already been shared

 

Challenge accepted...

 

...and here is your Frank Zappa moment of the week.

 

 

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How about some Sega from Mauritius ?

 

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"Can I get a setlist?"

 

"Just play what Chuck tells you to play...and don't f*** it up!"

 

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I definitely prefer the early Pink Floyd but this is probably the one 1990's song by them I like.

 

 

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I'm an early Floydy too but Gilmour is always great !

 

Here is one of my Son's favorites -

 

 

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Keeping with the fishing theme....and it's been a couple of weeks since I posted a John Prine song.

 

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more fish, er, well Phish

 

 

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