Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Lest We Forget...

4 comments:

chuckyman said...

Interesting timing – the war on drugs started as the American Black population were starting to be emancipated. Coincidence?

Howdy Timster. Some of us still love your stuff

Timster said...

Yeah! You got it!

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

jimmy was top quality,its funny how decent music never becomes dated,from wherever it comes.little while ago I was with my girlfriend in paris somewhere,we saw these fellows turn up and set up a little 3 piece band,I said to the girlfriend I'm staying to watch,and whoa was so glad we did,these fellows were fantastic playing a sort of jazz wouldnt know what to call it,they must of had 200 people out their within about 5 mins,electrifying,apparently thats all they did went round all the towns and citys in europe busking
earned enough for cheap hotels and their beer,all of them had big smiling faces and they had been doing this for years.brilliant..neil

Timster said...

I know what you mean. I was watching a busker in Bath(and bought his CD) and it occurred to me that he will never see the light of fame or fortune although he was exceptionally talented. But he keeps playing. TJPTB will never recognize this kind of talent and the whole world suffers because of it. A crying shame.