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Although Davey Graham and Bert Jansch played it as well, could not find a vide of this. But this one is no less... :)

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"This one's in G if anyone wants to blow along with me"

-  Neil Young

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I am a big fan of the Ukulele as well as MGMT and I dig this cover of "Kids" by the Ooks of Hazzard. Enjoy or throw tomatoes. This is playing on my radio.

CrewC

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Hey RVD, MGMT is a indie rock outfit from Brooklyn I believe, who had a huge hit w "Kids" and other songs on their 1st album last year. The box playing guy is playing a Cuban Box Drum. Very much like the apple boxes we played or still play. Glad you liked it.

CrewC

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Crew - I love these guys. Thank you! Great to see ten or so knees going with the beat... :)

-vin

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What a great find Crew, thank you very much. Just bought the Ooks version on

i-tunes.

"Take only what you need from it".........

Reminds me of a bumper sticker I saw that says---

"Live simply so that others may simply live"

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Talking about Pythagoras... hmm...

The Abbey Road sessions rules. Every time I watch these videos I feel a total respect for this studio( for all the artists and music history that was made in those stages).

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There are many legendary studios like Abbey Road n Capitol Records and like their film counterpart stages in Hollywood, it really is all about who you put in these rooms and what they do in there that counts. The room may inspire an artist, but it is up the talent on both sides of the mix panel or camera to perform and capture that performance. I love this about both recording studios n sound stages. They all have a vibe and ghosts, funk, and a potential for creation.

CrewC

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There are many legendary studios like Abbey Road n Capitol Records and like their film counterpart stages in Hollywood, it really is all about who you put in these rooms and what they do in there that counts. The room may inspire an artist, but it is up the talent on both sides of the mix panel or camera to perform and capture that performance. I love this about both recording studios n sound stages. They all have a vibe and ghosts, funk, and a potential for creation.

CrewC

Exactly!

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Writing from Dublin Ireland... :)

Here's the Swedish national poet Cornelis Vreeswijk

Christian

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Writing from Dublin Ireland... :)

Here's the Swedish national poet Cornelis Vreeswijk

Christian

Nice one Christian! Min fru och svär mor tycker okcså om honnom.

Heja Sverige!

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Hey look, his name has the Anaheim Angels logo in it!  Now that's a die hard fan!!!

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Last night here in Atlanta....completely unexpected! Awesome two nights.

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Hey Vin, thanks. Did you ever see the doc about these two guys? I want to say it was "grateful dawg"???? Very cool movie cause they bring out the best in each other.  BTW  BobD is a big fan as well.

CrewC

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This is the song Moby made popular, some even think he actually sings it.

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Great stuff Kevin. I like your 'Radio'.  If there is "The Other Side or Heaven" as some people like to imagine, then think of the jam sessions available 24/7 in heaven. I think this cat in black is wearing white and singing with so many who want to play it right.

CrewC

"God's Gonna Cut You Down" by Johnny Cash

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