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    Just came across this today:

    Tony Rice Interview April 9/2019

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BY3hJBgS1U
    But Amsterdam was always good for grieving
    And London never fails to leave me blue
    And Paris never was my kinda town
    So I walked around with the Ft. Worth Blues

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    Hi,

    Thanks for posting this. It was a great listen.

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    Default Re: Tony Rice Interview April 9/2019

    I love Tony's music. It was interesting to listen to this conversation, but he sounds a little cranky
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    Everybody over the age of 60 gets a little cranky now and then....(IMHO)
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    He is such an interesting and unique cat.
    I don't believe (when he was in his prime) that any other human being (musician) has ever had more power and technique under his command, and yet because of the style of music that he played, and the venues where it was attended, he not only did not have an appropriate dressing room and facilities, but not even a private bathroom. Imagine how that would have gone over with most other "Maestros".
    But Amsterdam was always good for grieving
    And London never fails to leave me blue
    And Paris never was my kinda town
    So I walked around with the Ft. Worth Blues

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    Good stuff. Who is the guy interviewing Tony?
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    Jan is a mandolin and fiddle player from Sweden who lives in North Carolina.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Jo...rass_musician)

    https://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/t...d-Numbers-quot
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    A bunch of stuff with four strings

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    Tony was right on the money on the subject of dynamics . . .
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    his musical proficiency is matched only by his humanity... what a beautiful cat...

    many thanks for this thread!

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    Thanks for the link to an interesting and especially honest interview. Definitely worth the time to list to.

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    I was watching this and getting off on it and then looked and realized that Jan (the fellow that interviewed Tony) had just posted it 79 minutes before. His intro about Tony's Volume I at the top is worth reading.

    But Amsterdam was always good for grieving
    And London never fails to leave me blue
    And Paris never was my kinda town
    So I walked around with the Ft. Worth Blues

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    Halfway hrough it. Great interview. Thanks for posting.
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    Great BAB video, I feel like the little kid on the tricycle in The Incredibles - that was totally wicked!
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