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Reviews for "Panu's latin Doppelgänger"

Panu's latin Doppelgänger
by Scomber
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Thu, Feb 12, 2009 @ 12:57 AM
 
panu
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permalink   Thu, Feb 12, 2009 @ 2:08 AM
there’s no way anyone could know this, but the original working title for this one was, in fact, ‘do the doppelganger (oh yeah)’. lovin’ the squeeze box, and mondo kudos for one of the best lee ritenour impersonations in recent memory. thanks much, mr. scomber.
 
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permalink   Scomber Thu, Feb 12, 2009 @ 2:36 AM
Thanks Mr Poon.
La Scombe

I’m working my way through the genres…cheers dood - crack a beer later on for my downunder doppelganger that Scomber character.
Did Elvis ever make a movie in Spain?
J.Lang
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permalink   Thu, Feb 12, 2009 @ 7:16 AM
Panu Moon with a latin Groove. Hmmmm interesting twist. Nice work Scomber.
Question for you…. When do you rest ? I don’t know who putting out more mixes you or LS.
Again Nice Mix.
oldDog
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permalink   Thu, Feb 12, 2009 @ 9:37 AM
I like the madness of this cultural melting pot. It’s a bit like a dream you might have after eating too much in a fusion restaurant.
John Pazdan
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permalink   Thu, Feb 12, 2009 @ 11:04 AM
Old Dog was grumbling (as usual) about ..fusion food. “What is it about this stuff that makes me want to toss my old self onto the tracks at Waterloo?”, he opined in his own inimitable canine stylee’. “Why is it every time I go to that little Polish restaurant in East Wolverine-on-Toast, they serve me Kielbasa Esperanto, with a side of curry? Jebus Christy, you’d think I actually ordered the stuff.” Scomber had a more relaxed view of Mr D’s predicament..”Why OD, not to worry my man, just listen to this track I made with a warbler/poet ‘merikan named Panu, fused to an out of tune concertina (or as we call them in Chicago, stomach piano), and what appears to be the guitar player from Christopher Cross’s band, the guy who played lead on “Sailin”, you know..”sailin..dumm dee dumm..sailin”..take it away, sailin”..because, you know, I can and this is ccMixter where we “mash it up, mash it up real good” (h/t Billy Ray Bob/John Candy).
This exchange put Mr Dog in a pensive, yet reflective mood. “Oh, I see, tut tut right oh.” was all he could be heard muttering as he made his way to the station….
to be cont’d
CiggiBurns
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permalink   Sun, Mar 22, 2009 @ 2:36 PM
How did I miss this one? I absolutely love it. Don’t ask me why (no don’t) but I imagine being in a dark bar with a tiny dance floor that’s sticky underfoot, and tangoing with you then Panu, pushing you round like supermarket trolleys. You’d enjoy it. Yes you would.
 
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permalink   Scomber Sun, Mar 22, 2009 @ 3:04 PM
Thanks Ciggi.
I’m the trolley with the dodgy wheel and the old bits of lettuce fused into the bottom grille. Probably my weirdest track with such a mash of genres.