Washington Square, a great tune performed by the Village Stompers featuring Ralph Casale (banjo), Dick Brady (trombone), Frank Hubbell (trumpet), Joe Muranyi (clarinet), Al McManus (drums), Lenny Pogan (guitar),
“No Expectations” Rolling Stones, Beggar’s Banquet
This is a place to enjoy several versions of my all-time favorite song, SUKIYAKI (Ue wo muite arukou).
The greatest version IMO by KYU SAKAMOTO (RIP)
An instrumental version by BILLY VAUGHN
In German by the BLUE DIAMONDS
A rare version by BOB DYLAN
A rare instrumental version for solo electric guitar by CHET ATKINS
A romantic version in Spanish by TRIO LOS PANCHOS
A version in Chinese by an unknown artist
A pleasant version in Japanese by THE FOUR PREPS
In English in a version by LINDA TRANG DAI
In Japanese and English by Sami Kaneda
An old-timey bluegrass gem performed by Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys.
Can’t you hear me calling?
The beautiful drone of the Hardanger Fiddle:
SPRINGAR av VIDAR UNDERSETH
Various tunes about Tennessee in one way or another. There are probably many more titles but these are the ones I do have. Sometimes I like to play all of them at once. Modern music salad.
Sonny Rollins. Tennessee Waltz
Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Tennessee Blues
Johnny Cash, Tennessee Stud
Leo Kotke, The Tennessee Toad
Patti Page, Tennessee Waltz