PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Oct 2021, 21:52

Six String wrote:Woah, what an ending!


Indeed Les

Indeed




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C wrote:Will Barclay James Harvest feature well.....?

If we get as far as a top 100, I'd certainly consider it

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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 08 Oct 2021, 21:53

kath wrote:
on my dad's side, yeah. but my dad was allll kinda twain-ish and not at all britly when i was growin up.. my ma had cajun roots (french mainly)

but i was always an angophile, from a very early age. i stayed that way, mwhahaha. when i got to the UK, though, i seriously felt like i had got home. the way things looked, the way the air smelled, the way the landscape looked. can't explain it






No need.




I immediately felt at home in Liverpool.

Was over twenty years later that I learnt my maternal grandmother was a scouser (of Scottish descent). I lived about five miles away from her during my second year, and on my daily journey to uni passed within a quarter a mile of her.
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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 08 Oct 2021, 21:54

C wrote:Incredible mind-blowing music




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fantastic. what a great way to head into the weekend. it gives me a feeling of calm yet jam. i love it.

thank you, c. thanks JJ and les, too. very happifying, which is good, cuz my sister has been a manic fruitbat all day, mwhaha.

a toast to absent friends.

*chink*

have a great weekend y'all.

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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 08 Oct 2021, 21:54

kath wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:
but i was always an angophile, from a very early age. i stayed that way, mwhahaha. when i got to the UK, though, i seriously felt like i had got home. the way things looked, the way the air smelled, the way the landscape looked. can't explain it


We'll have you any day kath




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i am determined to get back, loretta.




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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 08 Oct 2021, 21:54

A great album in great company

Thanks kath
Thanks John
Thanks Les

To Reap and other absent friends

and Ravi and Alla

*chink*




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slightbreeze wrote:
C wrote:Will Barclay James Harvest feature well.....?

If we get as far as a top 100, I'd certainly consider it

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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby Six String » 08 Oct 2021, 21:55

I think I’ll be playing some ragas this evening and tomorrow morning. Thanks everyone for sharing this beautiful music. I know so little about it technically but like kath I know I like it.

Have a wunnerful weekend everyone! *smack*
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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 08 Oct 2021, 21:56

Wonderful music - great pick Skip!




Many thanks to you all,




to Reap, Ravi, Alla and other absent friends.



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Re: PSL: Ravi Shankar, Friday 8th October @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 08 Oct 2021, 21:57

John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:
on my dad's side, yeah. but my dad was allll kinda twain-ish and not at all britly when i was growin up.. my ma had cajun roots (french mainly)

but i was always an angophile, from a very early age. i stayed that way, mwhahaha. when i got to the UK, though, i seriously felt like i had got home. the way things looked, the way the air smelled, the way the landscape looked. can't explain it






No need.




I immediately felt at home in Liverpool.

Was over twenty years later that I learnt my maternal grandmother was a scouser (of Scottish descent). I lived about five miles away from her during my second year, and on my daily journey to uni passed within a quarter a mile of her.


well, my dad's line came from england and wales... and as fate would have it, i gallivanted allll over england and wales, mwhaha. but i never learned any of that from my dad. he never talked about it once. my sister did one of those ancestry searches, years after my two UK trips.

::smack:: love all y'all