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    Default Saw the Trials of Cato yesterday

    They were excellent

    Here's a taste



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    Default Re: Saw the Trials of Cato yesterday

    That was really cool; thanks for posting. Thereís a little bit of a tune I know mixed into what they were playing, but I canít recall the name. Iím pretty sure itís in one of my Allan Alexander books somewhere.

    Regarding the video: the cameraman was so taken by the dancing girl up front that I wasnít sure if Iíd get to see the band.
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    I liked the dancing girl.

    Too bad she didn't have room for a hula hoop.

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    Default Re: Saw the Trials of Cato yesterday

    I like it !
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    Default Re: Saw the Trials of Cato yesterday

    Quote Originally Posted by Caleb View Post
    There’s a little bit of a tune I know mixed into what they were playing, but I can’t recall the name. I’m pretty sure it’s in one of my Allan Alexander books somewhere.
    I've just remembered. I believe it's called "Parson's Farewell."
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    that they seek it while the conditions are still unfavourable.
    Favourable conditions never come."
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    Default Re: Saw the Trials of Cato yesterday

    Quote Originally Posted by Caleb View Post
    I've just remembered. I believe it's called "Parson's Farewell."
    Thanks for that Caleb it was driving me up the wall trying to remember, and I used to play it too

    FWIW I think the other two tunes are Welsh, the band didn't name them just the set.
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    Default Re: Saw the Trials of Cato yesterday

    Thanks for sharing, enjoying the album now. And they're playing near me in December!

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