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One for you Shel . . . . .

Unread post by parametric » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:32 pm

Pretty sure you have this already . . . . It's from "My Feet are Smiling".

If ever a guy could make ONE guitar sound like MANY - Leo Kotke is that man . . . .

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Re: One for you Shel . . . . .

Unread post by shelly0624 » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:54 pm

Leo Kotke is the man! :clap:
Thank you Chris for sharing that :)
I think it was on his "Home and Away" performance .. maybe it was a different one; I watched it on TV .. he shared stories and also his off-beat sense of humor. (That's when I learned he had a room for misbehavin' guitars). Anyway, he sang a song that many know ..it almost has a country feel (not usually my thing -- and he doesn't exactly have a remarkable voice), but of all the amazing things he did, I sometimes wonder if that one has stayed in my memory longest. You know how I like stories and "Good night, Louise" is a sad, beautifully written one. He was telling the story more than showcasing his skill. I just really liked that one for some reason, but he can play circles around anyone.
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