Jambalaya/Saints
#1
Jambalaya, a great song (American country/cajun, by Hank Williams) not a great perfomance or video but now you know I exist. And I have fun!

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sx_S3Y7_wVc
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#2
looking good!

build up some speed for this one, so the people can dance
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#3
Thanks Jozz. Good idea. I played it at "singing speed" but I can see faster for dancing would be good too.
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#4
Who-hoo… goooooooo Tom!!!

I like that song, it is one of my regulars (believe it or not), when I am on the 8X with BK arranger, and I make a mashup between it and the Elvis song "Don't be Cruel". that's one I have to record one day too.

Well done Tom, and that accordion of yours has a sweet sound as well. Smile
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#5
Thanks so much, Jerry! Yeah, I love the Piatanesi sound!
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#6
I first heard a Piatanesi over at the accordion museum, Cory Pesaturo was playing/demoing... it was billed as the accordion you get when you go to heaven... as the sound was just that heavenly... and it's 5 digit price tag is well deserved! Smile Smile
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#7
Hmmmm, must have been the super top of the line Piatanesi. Which accordion museum was that? I have a full sized and a 72 bass I bought to be lighter weight (used in this video). I know they are very popular in Brazil. I bought them both direct from Sig. Piatanesi so way less than 5 figures for both. Excellent quick personal service, professional shipping and of course great playability and sound. PM me for more info. . .
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#8
It was at the New England Accordion Connection and Museum Company last year.
No more accordions for me at this time, my hands are completely full with the Hohner Morino VI N and the Roland FR-8X. 

... and oops.  I just went back to have a quick look at the video I made of that day... it was not a Piatenisi, but a Serenelli that Cory was playing, but Paul did have several Piatenisi in his collection, hence why the name stuck in my memory.  Smile
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#9
Thanks Jerry!
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