Lectroid feom Planet 10
- Dec 16, 2016
I don't think I've seen anything by Django posted yet. If so, I find that a bit shocking. Here are Django and Stephane with a classic:
The Quintet of the Hot Club of Paris was one of the top groups anywhere in the thirties. Here's another one from them, including Django. J'Attendrai is a French classic. Jean Sablon's rendition is the best IMO. Django Reinhart The Quintet of the hot club of France Jattendrai Swing 1939I don't think I've seen anything by Django posted yet. If so, I find that a bit shocking. Here are Django and Stephane with a classic:
I bought the album. Yikes! All of the other songs were no where near as good as Grazing in the Grass. Did not like them. I still have the album. The Grazing in Grass tracks are worn out. The other tracks are pristine.Love this one, I bought the 45. (As an oldie, I feel the need to add)
I heard the story on some show that the album came in a few minutes short so Hugh just threw this one in as filler.
I never cease to be impressed and grateful for the musical eclecticism you and others bring to these threads. Dug out “Reflections In A Crystal Wind” upon seeing the Richard and Mimi Farina reference and enjoyed the heck out of it, been many years. Both sisters, Mimi and Joan, are very, very underrated guitarists. Thanks again to all on these threads for sharing.Don't be deceived by the simple beginning of this one. Richard Farina did an incredible job putting together a half-dozen folk tunes; he was an incredible dulcimer player, and Mimi was an underrated guitar player. They were both taken from us way too early.