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Sunday, October 22, 2006 

Post Nelsonica jam session

The 'staff' at the backpackers hostel were a friendly bunch. They even let Jimbo (bandana) jam with them on one of their guitars and do a bit of 'e-bowing'. It was a strange, almost surreal experience, basement rock 'n roll at it's finest. Or perhaps that was the alcohol I'd consumed, no on second thoughts it wasn't (lol).

I was very impressed with Jimbo's playing. Well, the 'noisy Yank' is in a band or two. I think he may have illicited some interest in Bill Nelson's music amongst the two South African guitarists by his almost iconic renditions of 'Maid In Heaven', and 'This Very Moment'. Well, Jimbo had myself and Vienna, singing along (fortunately, no sonic recording apparatus was switched on at the time, the world was saved yet again).

Looks like you had a really great time!

Looks like a ton of fun, and oh, how I wish I could've heard the singing!

Some great pictures and looks like you had a great time, almost Rock n Roll!

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