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Jason Davies linked to this interview

2024-07-01 01:30:02.072169+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Jason Davies linked to this interview with George Benson a few days ago, and I started watching it, and a lot of it was like "wow, dude can ramble", but as so often happens in Rick Beato interviews, it takes a while for the musician to figure out who they're talking to, and... it's been a stressful day, so I've been listening to this to zone out, and it's pretty darned good. And how come nobody told me Benson did a version of Stardust that's *amazing*.


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#Comment Re: Jason Davies linked to this interview made: 2024-07-01 15:24:59.560636+02 by: Definitely Not a Bot

Fun fact: This Masquerade was written by Leon Russell.

#Comment Re: Jason Davies linked to this interview made: 2024-07-02 19:43:50.497948+02 by: Dan Lyke

I think I knew that, but the arrangement, especially the intro, is haunting, and I don't think I've heard it before... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn-br0h4rZk

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