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https://youtu.be/Xsx5mdvXPcg
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#2
My kids loved him, probably saw this one,I didn't.
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#3
I've no idea who he is but for some reason it really tickled me...
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#4
But he can't be any good. He watches his keyboard all the time  Dodgy
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#5
how high is that guy in the blue vest?
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#6
Kind of a goofy tune though......
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#7
“You can do more with the accordion than people tell you you normally can....”
You guys are kidding, right? Oh. Maybe not. This was a children’s show. Europe had no Mr. Rogers. A treasure, for sure.
And Guy? Surely you know about him.....
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#8
We know nothing Eddy... Pray tell...
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(04-10-2019, 01:48 PM)Pipemajor Wrote: But he can't be any good. He watches his keyboard all the time  Dodgy

I hope you are kidding... lol 

Guy Klucevsek is one of the most famous accordionists in North America with over 20 albums released.  He's well known for his somewhat eccentric music style, strong on improvisation and also appears on several of the best known accordion related DVDs such as "Behind the Bellows", the recent "Accordions Rising", and a very interesting "Accordion Tribe" where he gathers up some of the most eclectic accordionists and tours several countries around the world.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Klucevsek

I've never seen him with hair, I have known about him in his later years where he was always bald/shaved, that was rather funny to see him with hair like that.

Mr Rogers? Even as a kid I found him creepy. Big Grin
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#10
Guy is pretty much my favorite accordionist.
Took me a while to “get” Mr. Rogers when my kids watched it, but here’s a great documentary on him:
https://youtu.be/HV_kxc9PxrQ
Also, Tom Hanks is starring in a new biopic about him.

(04-10-2019, 01:48 PM)Pipemajor Wrote: But he can't be any good. He watches his keyboard all the time  Dodgy
My friend, Tony Levin, who plays with King Crimson and Peter Gabriel, says he doesn’t have to look at the fretboard, but people thinks it looks harder if he does!
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#11
thanks Eddy....found this too...
https://youtu.be/PfMSXYzdmMI
as children what a wonderful TV education it seems you received...so much sweeter than the dumbass stuff kids are fed on here....
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#12
Thanks! I hadn’t seen that one. Yeah. Fred Rogers was a hero.
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