the head of my Ward & sons 12 ' fretless banjo made in Liverpool

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Comment by Jody Stecher on April 11, 2009 at 18:21
wow
Comment by marc dalmasso on April 11, 2009 at 18:26
yes ; as you say ; may be Georges Harisson played on it ? he was my heroe ; lead guitar & lead cigarettes ... unfortunatly ..
Comment by Jody Stecher on April 11, 2009 at 18:37
I don't if there is banjo connection for pauvre Georges mais la mère de John Lennon a joué le banjo classique.
Comment by marc dalmasso on April 11, 2009 at 18:43
tu parles Français ?
Comment by Jody Stecher on April 11, 2009 at 18:51
I learned basic French in high school. I remember some of it. The few times I visited France I remembered more. The more hungry I got the more French I remembered. But no, I'm not a fluent speaker and usually I can't readily understand conversational French with slang. If I hear nothing but French for a week or so, something in my brain shifts and then I understand a lot more.
Comment by thereallyniceman on April 11, 2009 at 19:15
Marc,
Very impressive fretless and played by George Harrison too. I was once at a meeting of the Georgy Formby (uke-banjo) Society here in Blackpool. I was in the "urinoir", "pissoir" or "gents stand-ups" as we say over here. A man came in and stood next to me and when we both finished...I discovered he was George Harrison (who was a good Uke-Banjo player). I always wanted to meet one of the Beatles, but I just didn't want to shake his hand for some reason.

So my greatest claim is that I once had a p*ss with George Harrison!
Comment by marc dalmasso on April 11, 2009 at 20:00
some reason is because he didn 't washed his hands after pissing ?
Strange ; most of the musicians wash their hands before playing on the instrument , i guess

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