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PostPosted: Thu Oct 06, 2016 9:07 pm 
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Wonderful. Gave me the shivers, just like the good old days.

Is that her playing guitar? The only Juan Lucero I can find is a footballer. So not him then.
Once again I'm convinced she has Spanish blood in her veins. Which I suspect is a major influence on her talent.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 1:48 am 
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Hmm, sounds like one of her solo performances from the White Chalk tour and someone overlaid their own guitar to the recording.

May be this one...



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I suppose that juanluisxl = Juan Lucero? If it's the case, very good job indeed. This Down By The Water live version on Spinner.com is my favourite one of this song. This guitar addition makes Down By The Water closer to the rest of TBYML songs. Very powerful.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 2:54 pm 
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Maybe, maybe ja, ja, ja
so perceptive

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:12 pm 
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diogenesagogo wrote:
Wonderful. Gave me the shivers, just like the good old days.

Is that her playing guitar? The only Juan Lucero I can find is a footballer. So not him then.
Once again I'm convinced she has Spanish blood in her veins. Which I suspect is a major influence on her talent.




The good old days
This is the first song I heard of PJ
My veins, full of Spanish blood, are full of love for this woman,
more Portuguese than Spanish I see the girl


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:19 pm 
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Pluton wrote:
I suppose that juanluisxl = Juan Lucero? If it's the case, very good job indeed. This Down By The Water live version on Spinner.com is my favourite one of this song. This guitar addition makes Down By The Water closer to the rest of TBYML songs. Very powerful.



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Excellent work and welcome juanluisxl!

One tiny thing though, I believe this image:
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while a very nice image indeed :smile: , is actually of Juliet Lewis, not PJ. I've seen this image mistaken as PJ in the past and a google reverse image search confirms it is Juliet Lewis, not PJ.


Regarding PJ's Spanish or Portuguese blood, oddly enough I recently read an article saying that a DNA study concluded that most of the folks on the British isles are related at least in some way to Iberian fishermen.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/this-britain/celts-descended-from-spanish-fishermen-study-finds-416727.html

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 1:13 pm 
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You're right, it's true haha
I also love juliette
it is clear that PJ descends from a Portuguese fisherman


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My money's still on Spain. AS I said on a previous topic, 1,000 odd years ago there was a trading route from Bridport to Brittany & thence to Galicia. I also found a pic of a 19th century poet called Rosalia de Castro who looked rather like Polly to me. As much the set of her face as anything:

https://www.antiwarsongs.org/img/upl/rosalia.jpg

Plus Polly's singing & playing style is often pure flamenco (listen to her on live versions of Hook).


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diogenesagogo wrote:
My money's still on Spain. AS I said on a previous topic, 1,000 odd years ago there was a trading route from Bridport to Brittany & thence to Galicia. I also found a pic of a 19th century poet called Rosalia de Castro who looked rather like Polly to me. As much the set of her face as anything:

https://www.antiwarsongs.org/img/upl/rosalia.jpg

Plus Polly's singing & playing style is often pure flamenco (listen to her on live versions of Hook).


I agree what you say Rosalia de Castro.
But in Galicia flamenco does not exist, it comes from the different cultures that coincided in southern Spain.
Rosalia was a person very criticized at the time, unprejudiced, provocative in his poetry, very aware of her femininity
RosalĂ­a wrote:

They mumble me and exclaim:
There goes crazy dreaming


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