If I can play one note and make you cry, then that's better than those fancy dancers playing twenty notes.
For Music Monday, Robbie Robertson twice. I love all the different musical instruments in the first song. So cool to hear them!
Playing for Change:
(This is also an amazing version: The Band with the Staples Singers)
I wasn't sure whether to share this song or "Somewhere Down the Crazy River," but this came out on top.
Two more Robbie Robertson quotes:
I do not have yearnings to get back on a bus. If it means getting on a bus, I don't want to do it.
I always like to keep one hand in the tepee and the other hand in the synagogue. Wouldn't it be great if there was a combination of the two? You could go to synagogue, and it would be really hot in there. (Robertson's father was Jewish and his mother is Cayuga/Mohawk.)