featuring "rags the wonder dog" whose surprise appearance blows what little power of concentration i have and i (choke) fluff some chords:
Wow! Excellent, Bill! I like almost everything you post...keep it coming!
I enjoyed that very much! Thank-you.
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Bill, that was awesome! I've complimented your playing many times before, but haven't told you that I love your singing, as well! I wish *I* could sing <sigh>
Very nice, Bill. I also get inspired by your playing.
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Bill, that was absolutely wonderful. I'm a big Kinks fan from way back and Waterloo Station is one of my favorites. You definitely do it justice. Thanks.
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very cool bill..like i said,really dig the way you play..the sound your getting..i just don't get it???i guess its soul???yes..very inspiring..
thank you(se) all ...
having seen and understood the lyrics for the first time, i now see that the song - contrary to the popular perception of it being an all-embracing, english classic - is a scurrilous attack on south london from a muswell hill-william from the far-distant north! ... absolutely outrageous!!
"terry and julie cross over the river where they feel safe and sound" ... indeed! if i had understood this at the time we were living in clapham - the REAL london - i would have acquired the necessary travel documents; had my shots taken, etc., etc. and journeyed north to remonstrate with ray about this insidious southern slur.