And there’s a lesson too!
I’m going to be very diplomatically, there’s a lot to like about it … but I think the song in the lesson without (for me annoying sound in the background(well not actually in the background but clearly through everything) is very good and that is one I would hear more:sunglasses:
So…this is your constructive feedback? Greetings Rogier
It made me laugh when I typed it and in the end it’s just DavidP’s fault, I learned that from him
Thank you so much for posting this gem
I’ve known the beautiful song from the “small town eyes”-album, but have never watched the video before. Like it a lot
There is indeed a lot to like about it
The content reminds me of Dr Arturo Bandini un i (Bandini being the alter ego of author John Fante) by Zuri West, all about unrequited love on different pages in a novel
I’m afraid @Siff is probably the only one who will get the lyrics but I like the tune as well
I was under the impression that when you pick your “campfire” songs, they’re normally ones lots of people know & can sing along to - not too hard so you don’t goof them up…
Although I guess when you can play at Justin’s level - and can find a proficient mandolin player to jam with - ya pick more technically difficult ones that nobody knows & ya get away with it!!!
Really though, beautiful song & I really enjoyed listening to it!!! Thanks @SILVIA for posting!!! You have a good ear for good music!!!
Ha ha it’s true David uses a lot this expression!
Hi Tod…that actually sounds like a mandolin! Glad to share this beautiful song…I thought maybe someone in the Community don’t know it and will delight ears and soul by listening to it!
This is a gem indeed!
So nice, thanks for sharing.
So beautiful! Agreed, a real gem Sweet video too, I hadn’t seen it before.
Thank you for sharing it
Thanks a lot, Silvia, for sharing these videos . It’s a beautiful song, indeed .
Oh Thats righteous. That great… I enjoyed this very much. Thanks to poster and Justin