Just showing off my new Ohana Vita ukulele (CKP-70R). Odd shape, dontcha think? The song is Streets of Baltimore by the late great Gram Parsons. First take as usual. Thanks to Deach for being the most generous, gentlest, and kindest giant in all the land. www.youtube.com oh and if you havent already, check out www.ukuleleunderground.com and keep on rockin in the free world! Correction from EmilyUpJohn: This song was written in 1966 by Harlan Howard and Tompall Glaser. It was recorded by various other country stars (Bobby Bare, Charley Pride) before Gram Parsons recorded it in 1973.
Mick Jagger proclaims "Its my biiiiirthday!" and sends a very special message to his fans. Brought to you by rocknroll ventriloquist Carla Rhodes www.carlarhodes.net
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The Rolling Stones – Angie
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Brian Jones Tribute Gig Friday 24th February 2012 To Celebrate the Life and Times of Cheltenhams most famous son on what would have been his 70th Birthday week, FDP put on a Brian Jones Tribute Concert Featuring Brians band he played in before forming the Rolling Stones, The Ramrods. Also on the bill were Fair Weather Fiends and Courson, featuring Olly Smith from The Vigil playing Brians Vox Tribute Guitar in both bands and Stu Booth also of the Vigil playing with Courson, both supports played Rolling Stones songs from Brians time in the Band. The DJ was Rich Abberline of Mention the Bear who played some great cuts and the superb Pan Pipes of Jajouka intro music! Enjoy! www.thevigil.co.uk www.facebook.comCoursonuk www.facebook.compagesFair-Weather-Fiends163055450390510