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Les Paul live at Fat Tuesdays - 1991

gibson-r8

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terrific shots, black and white photography is rapidly becoming a lost art.
 

mingus

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Cool shots. I saw him there in 1990 and really enjoyed his playing, jokes and stories. I can still remember the hologram in the front window at Fat Tuesdays of Dizzy Gillespie with his huge cheeks becoming fully inflated as I walked by and the viewing angle changed.
 
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Nigel Tuffnel

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I saw Les a couple of times at Fat Tuesdays and got to speak with him for a couple of minutes (as anybody who wanted to could) and he was just the nicest person you could imagine. I was also lucky enough to have been there one night when Tony Bennett stopped by...good times.
 
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