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Leo Kottke — Up Tempo
Album: The Leo Kottke Anthology
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Released: 1995
Length: 1:38
Plays (last 30 days): 0
(Instrumental)
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 Aud wrote:

Ohh I disagree-love that deep, sexy voice!  It doesn't matter what he is saying...
 

I think he compared his voice to, "Goose farts on a muggy day"
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 ch83575 wrote:
Love Leo (as long as he keeps his mouth shut!)

 
Ohh I disagree-love that deep, sexy voice!  It doesn't matter what he is saying...
.....fabulous, jivey and bright sound...kottke is a master and his music enduring....

This music is soooo good for the ears...  we be dancing...
 
Love Leo (as long as he keeps his mouth shut!)
...3rd kottke for today....to much is to much......
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Lindley followed by Kottke, guitar works in progress.
Great player. Which album has the most instrumentals (his singing doesn't get it)?
 More_Cowbell wrote:
Sweet Neil!
  Sweet, Neil. And you told the teacher punctuation didn't matter in real life.

 NeilBlanchard wrote:
My upload!  {#Yes}

Neil
 
Why, thanky, Neil!  And what a great segué from David Lindley's "Bon Ton Roulie."  Bill does it again! {#High-five}
I prefer the unaccompanied live version on Instrumentals to this one, but a great song either way.
 NeilBlanchard wrote:
My upload!  {#Yes}

Neil
 
Sweet Neil!

My upload!  {#Yes}

Neil
What a great guitar player.