Top, from left: me, Lars Edegran, Brian O'Connell, Chuck Badie, Lionel Ferbos, Sven Stahlberg, Freddie John.  Closeup: Lars, Brian, Lionel. 
Lionel played and sang some very sweet old tunes including Was It a Dream?, River Stay 'Way From My Door, Stars Fell on Alabama, and Love Songs of the Nile. 

 


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08/10/2010 21:02

Distance makes the hearts grow fonder.

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08/12/2010 19:14

A good beginning is half the battle.

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08/16/2010 01:36

He is not laughed at that laughs at himself first.

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08/20/2010 23:14

if you shed tears when you miss the sun, you also miss the stars.

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