The Lucky Dragon and the Lonely Banjo Girl from Oregon

Paolo took me for a wonderful bikeride through the city tonight: first stop just around the corner on a roof of a building, full 360 sight of the city – my beloved (musical!) palm tree line to the south, gigantic i-pod-ad to the east, lots of helicopters and some stars above us, downtown lights to the west, and north I don’t know because the band was starting, i-pod-generation unplugged, three guys/girls with weird electronic instruments (one we detected as an asian kind of tiny harp with metal tongues), inviting the audience to join and to touch stones and to move them over magical mysteries (like Theremin!), synapses connected, touching hands, feeling vibes, producing music. Very beautiful and melodic! Short and selfconscious. Their name is The Lucky Dragon.
What a ride in a warm night! Speeding down almost traffic-empty streets, heading Chinatown, ending up in a small club in the middle of small Chinatownroads smelling yummy fish from the day before (correct me Paolo if I get anything wrong:-) and finding ourselves there together with a quiet audience listening to a young singer with a banjo, dressed in an unfavorable scottish kilt, but good voice! What an unbeatible courage! Then came a solo drummer who drummed solo on his kit, he looked like Joerg Heitmann in his younger age but that image comes from organic beer that Paolo bought in a chinese shop just before the gig so I close down this blog for the night and leave you all with a heart full of warmth and variety.Love, Dagie   

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  1. Oha, die steinesetzenden Elektroniker scheinen ja wie gemacht für akkustische Beweise. Falls keine vorliegen sollten, schick die mal zur Admiralbrücke!

    Wie schaut das Label von dem Organic B aus? Beweise!

    PS: Aha, Lustige Drachen auf MySpace ergurgelt; aha, im 1830 sunset wart Ihr, aha, die spielen noch n paar mal in LA dann in AUS. Interessante Kapelle – thx for sharing!

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