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Re: Seattle paint bucket buskers

One of my fave buskers is Miles and my son Luke. It's like Parliament Funkadelic meets Miles Davis at a Louisiana carnival.

Artis is good but sometimes he's QUITE inappropriate when you've got little kids with you.

Baby Gramps is the master busker. First ran into him on a trail at the Oregon Country Fair. I made the mistake of stopping for a second, caught by the sight of his brace of Nationals... and my family had to go on without me. Mesmerizing. Hilarious. Real music. Very rare.

richard sales
glassWing farm and studio
vancouver island, b.c.

On 10-Apr-07, at 12:20 PM, miles ward wrote:

Solid! Yeah, a couple of those cats can rock.. quite groovy.

On 4/9/07, Matt Davignon <mattdavignon@gmail.com> wrote:
I was just up there last weekend for a convention, and had the
pleasure of hearing one. Your plastic can drummers are better than
ours. The kid I heard had a set of tuned wine bottles in his rig, and
was doing some amazing xylophone/gamelan melodies with his otherwise
tech-step stylings. I really enjoyed it.

> Who are your favorite buskers? in seattle we have a few 5-gallon
> plastic can drummers who seriously rock, i've got half a mind to walk
> out on my day job one shiny afternoon with le' funk engine and see if
> they'd like to jam. I'll try to get video :) Much love all!
> -Miles

---Miles Ward