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  • MylesBAstor
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    Thanks Bill, really diggin' the interview. So many interesting names that he played with. One name that caught my eye was Ramblin' Jack Elliot, known for his unique picking style and of course inspiring Donovan with his picking style.

    Oh yes. It was also very depressing remembering all the great music places in the Village that are no more.

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  • mep
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    Originally posted by Bill Hart View Post

    Thanks, Mark. Rob's a good guy, and a brilliant bass player- he also can sing like Elvis, which comes in handy.
    He kind of has the Elvis look too.

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  • Bill Hart
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    Originally posted by mep View Post
    I'm enjoying the interview so far Bill!
    Thanks, Mark. Rob's a good guy, and a brilliant bass player- he also can sing like Elvis, which comes in handy.

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  • mep
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    I'm enjoying the interview so far Bill!

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ID:	34776 The first in a series of interviews with Rob Stoner, multi-instrumental talent perhaps best known for his work with Dylan during the Rolling Thunder years. Rob's knowledge of music is encyclopedic and he has played with just about everybody. Here's the first installment: http://thevinylpress.com/rob-stoner-life-music/
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