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Mr. Bamboo at the Peats Ridge Festival 10/12/05

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Mr. Bamboo at the Peats Ridge Festival 10/12/05

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6129376 Report This Comment
Date: December 14, 2005 11:26PM

Merry Christmas Fran

The band looks like they are enjoying themselves.
I always thought you were female.

Love the ball and chest sweat.

I love Herc
john_winston_howard Report This Comment
Date: December 14, 2005 11:32PM

This pic is one of the funniest I have seen in a long time.

He seems so happy.

Good on him, can the poster please tell us if this group were any good??
john_winston_howard Report This Comment
Date: December 14, 2005 11:33PM

Is that a violin bow in his left hand of a giant potato peeler??

Good to see a can of CD on the trolley
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: December 14, 2005 11:50PM

I believe the words he is singing are "Damn wish Kevin Furlong was my lover!!"
Poxy_Cunt Report This Comment
Date: December 15, 2005 09:10AM

Yeah John, tis I!

I posted as anon to see what reaction the pic would get. These guys were so funny and really talented to boot. His voice could only be described as "Tom Waits on speed"! He was dancing around like a chicken and pulling his grundies up around his nuts. It was so funny to see the females reaction in the audience when he did that! I've seen the double bass player play in other groups but I reckon he should stick with these guys a while longer!

And 205106, I've gotta say, you're not far off the mark! That was the kind of lyrics he was singing!

And yes John, that is a violin bow in his hand and he could really play as well, but if you were to him what it was, I'm sure he would tell you it was a giant potato peeler!
[www.peatsridgefestival.com.au]

This festival is 2nd year running but something tells me it's going to be one of the biggest festivals in Aus in a few years time, I really hope it dosen't, cause it will lose it's intimate atmosphere, but what do you expect when something is run really well? No drunks, no violence and no rubbish and broken glass on the ground. Just good clean fun 24hrs round the clock.