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That's great. Thank you, bendable.




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Very nice, b. A great bass player there, too. It is unfortunate we do not get to see the fiddler, which happens in a lot of BG videos. Sometimes the camera will pan to include the fiddler only when s/he is playing.



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I liked it and thanks, bendable.



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It just goes to show you how a good song can transcend.
Personally I prefer the rock G&R version but this was done very well.
 
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I love bluegrass and this is just over the top!

Banjo dude can shred!





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Also, with more cleav ... Ooompah-pah!

And tenor sax! (best starting 3:39/6:40)



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Also, with more cleav ... Ooompah-pah!

And tenor sax! (best starting 3:39/6:40)

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Conny Kreitmeier has an amazing voice… do a YouTube search for their live performances Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin…she does a fantastic job on the guitar on the cover of “Highway To Hell” Razz …great band to say the least!


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Also, with more cleav ... Ooompah-pah!

And tenor sax! (best starting 3:39/6:40)



I came here to post that! haha. As a ska fan, I think every song needs horns and they do a killer job of it.
 
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