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    Nothing like an overdubbing in Italian to bring an interesting perspective to a movie's musical scenes--no worries the songs are still in the original English--

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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    Nothing like an overdubbing in Italian to bring an interesting perspective to a movie's musical scenes--no worries the songs are still in the original English--
    That's *exactly* the scene that introduced me to real blues. I had never before heard anything like John Lee. I must have watched this movie 20 times or more and have it seared into my memory, so that dubbing is hilarious!
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    Aloha!

    If there are any Jazz-Heads here besides me (I also like the Blues, but love Jazz), then you know that the previously unreleased John Coltrane Album "Both Directions At Once" was released last month. I went nuts and purchased the Vinyl double album set, the CD and the FLAC High Resolution file.

    This album was recorded by Coltrane in the early 60s but never released. The studio tape sat on his wife's shelf until family members promoted it for release. Better late than never.

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    It's a bit of a Dave and Tim night here. Have a good one, gents!

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    May the Queen of Soul rest in peace.



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    Thank you for posting that video. I've seen it many times and I always think that it was too bad that his 'Real Talent' of being a fantastic guitar player wasn't more widely known.

    It appears that it runs in the family as his daughter is no slouch on the banjo. I hope all will enjoy this clip. My apologizes for the crappy visual quality;



    Now speaking of people who aren't given credit for their talents, here's a clip of Roy Clark playing a style of music he wasn't well known for but was amazing playing it--

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