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Strollin' Johnny George Papavgeris @ Faldingworth Live 4 May 07 (131* d) RE: George Papavgeris @ Faldingworth Live 4 May 07 05 May 07


OK folks, enough already! Lets get this one back on track. Sorry for dragging it away.

George was absolutely.....George, and that means 'Fan-dabby-dozie' (Greek for Excellent, according to my 'Krankies Thesaurus' LOL!). Can't say more than that - but I will, he just gives out such warmth and his great personality, huge voice, inspiring lyrics and eerily-Greek-sounding guitar (Crete in July for a fortnight, woo-hoo, bring it on!!) are the perfect reviver for a soul deflated by the grind of a week's bean-counting.

Paul and Will were a treat. YOUNG MEN (CR please note) enjoying performing traditional songs and tunes, and doing it in style. Just one request - please, please, please Paul, don't neglect that Sobell and your fabulous guitar-playing talent. Get the poor little cow out more often and PLAY HER for F**k's sake! (Oops, sorry for the swearing, Les!)

Wild Wolds Women are improving in leaps and bounds (please don't take that as a back-handed compliment - I genuinely mean it!) They've worked hard on their arrangements and it really does show. Great choice of songs, excellent playing ensemble, and fine vocal harmonies (did I hear the ghosts of The Andrews Sisters in there? Now that IS a compliment!!). Keep at it, WWW, who knows where you could go?

And the sound was even superber than usual - good work Terry and Gwenda, absolutely faultless. They proved the old adage amongst performers that the sign of great PA is when you don't even notice it's there. Excellent.

All IMHO, of course!
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