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Every song I play is new for the little guy. I don't have to worry about playing anything tired or repetitive. A few nights ago we listened to Voodoo Child. I told him, most guitar is downhill from this point. Tonight we just hung out and listened to music all night. Started with some Mozart for an hour while making dinner. Then, Revolver on vinyl. Then, we listened to several Nina albums: live at Carnagie Hall, Pastel Blues, Here Comes the Sun, live at the village gate. Figured it was time for him to hear Wooden Ships, then some Van Morrison. He told me he never heard, Into the mystic. He went nuts during the 4 part harmony of helplessly hoping. He was rather pooped after all the excitement. Then he actually pooped.

 

Nina's 22nd century on here comes the sun, was especially great tonight as was wooden ships. That song is so good.

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