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Question: Why are all the great blues guitarists male?

Answer:  Please wake up and pay attention.

I'm Driving, 9-12-14, Chris Webster and Nina Gerber, Strawberry Music Festival

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With Douglas Adams - writer of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams ....

 

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Never realized just how good this album was.... thankfully now I do...

 

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some time travel again , next stop '94 , lovely...

 

 

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spinning the dial back to '71,  for my "special friends"

Like totally groovy.....

 

 

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Always wanted to do a version of this song in my Silverhorse days

 

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OMG @Cyndee I thought I was one of the rare few who even new who Glass Harp were.

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Another really good FREE song....

 

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1 hour ago, Heather Shay said:

Always wanted to do a version of this song in my Silverhorse days

 

 

great tune !  Andy Fraser(bassist) fan here, love his tone and approach !

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The Bass line in Lido Shuffle is so good! 

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Oh, thanks @Heather ShayI need this today--love Boz Skaggs!

Been a long time (too long) since the Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco.

We're all alone, together.

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R.I.P John. A good friend and fine musician. He passed away at 75.

Abigail Arndt & John O'Leary in Boston Public Garden. 

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@Davieshe has a beautiful voice, a nice performance in the park, wonderful. 

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Feeling nostalgic today, a little psychedelia by a band I had never heard before

 

 

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