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Richard Thompson - Two Left Feet - Seattle 1990

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Published on May 10, 2007

RT performing a great version of 'Two Left Feet' on the Bumbershoot Arts Festival in Seattle in 1990.

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dave skerritt
Richard is a great finger style acoustic guitar player, which is sometimes overlooked due to his electric guitar playing.
alex hobbins
I recognised a little bit of Roll Over Vaughn Williams in there
K Parmelee
Just an amazing acoustic guitar performance. His fingerpicking is insanely good!!!
dredger9mm
Now that's confusing shit, because there are better songs with less applause and appreciation..... Weird people out there. 
Steve Scott
Dropped two hits of really strong lsd and saw him do this at strawberry music fest in yosemite 1996.Wow! he was a riot.started collecting his music after that!!.
byronofcalgary
saw him do a set [jaw dropping] at the edmonton folk fest in late 80's --seemed in a league of his own [have both of fairport convention's "1st albums" -one feat judy dyble -other feat sandy denny] -other fest standouts were colin linden [doing a stand in for robbie robertson in a "band" proj feat garth hudson and rick danko] -check out lindens "when the spirit comes" and "chest fever" --does a lot of acc blues -went to mississippi [from edmonton] at 17
mekes12
he's in the zone man
daf827
After watching a performance like this - particularly the ROVW riffs - I am alternatively inspired to practice all day....and put the guitar away forever!
ZaBob
Love the quotes from Roll Over Vaughan Williams
erykl777
The funny thing is, Richard Thompson today has said in interviews he doesn't think much of his guitar playing back then. He says "I'd let him play rhythm for me." lol
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