Funny story about Gipsy bassplayers

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  • #688

    dubouchet
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    Thanks,
    I don’t think you need a lesson Thomas, but tu peux venir boire un coup quand tu veux !

    #689

    Thomas LORIOUX
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    you have a different style than mine and i really like how yours sounds so yes, i’d like to learn 🙂
    but pas de probleme pour combiner ca avec l’apero !

    #690

    mike sirman
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    [b]dubouch wrote:[/b]
    [quote]You’re lucky Thomas !
    Let me know when you’ll be back in France, we are always playing gypsy style in here :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOxuhnwFf_g%5B/quote%5D

    Great video

    #691

    dubouchet
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    in this case, no problemo ! we will combine beer wine and Ricard for the french touch.Où c’est qu’I can hear you ?

    #692

    dubouchet
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    Thanks Mike.

    #696

    Hiwatt
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    [b]dubouch wrote:[/b]
    [quote]You’re lucky Thomas !
    Let me know when you’ll be back in France, we are always playing gypsy style in here [/quote]

    Oh, one of mine Djangos favorite…Great !!!…

    #702

    Thijs Gorter
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    Cougar,

    I believe that is Vlad, who is the ‘real’ bassplayer for the Haïdouks. I actually sat at a table with that same accordeon player. He could run rings around the other two that were there, but because of their age, he had to hold back. When the old ones were gone it was his time to shine. I guess he’s probably the trinangle player in real life…

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