I was fortunate enough to hear Eric Clapton many years ago. Quite an experience.
What a surprise! If you had asked; 'what is the most unlikely song Capton would do in this style?' I could have answered 'St James Infirmary'. As a young trad band guitarist in the 50's, we played it as a dirge with the usual trumpet, clarinet and trombone front line. I like this better.
SH - Lucky you!SR - I'd love to hear your version.
I don't know which New Orleans experience is better....the music or the food? Talk about a win-win! :)S
I once lived for a couple of years in Austin, Texas, and was delighted with the access to Louisiana. But for some reason, we never got there . . for the music or the food. But we will!
Oh my, mon frère ! The Catalyst in New Orleans?A dangerous, dangerous combination.
Super Video. The Frau and I spent a week ther many years ago.
TC - No, not me. But someday.Steve - A great place to go. I think a week is about all my tummy could handle, though!
O.K. Thanks to some jackasses who've been commenting rudely or in foreign languages offering spam, I've been forced to install comment moderation. My apologies for the idiocy of some people that have brought this about.