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Published on Jul 26, 2015
This was the last part of a performance at Alphaville in Brooklyn on July 22nd 2015 (11:15- after Midnight) It was taken from the audience with a camera phone. The songs featured here were all composed by me, and were 'The Bicycle Lady'(last part)(Me-Drumsticks) (Larry-Vibratone, Shakers)(Angie-Vocals,Bicycle Bell), Let's Play Politics/EveryBody Loves A Winner'(Me-Cuica, Cowbell)(Larry-Hand Drum, Percussions) Angie(Backing Vocals), This Time(Me-Vocals)(Larry-Percussions), Tomorrow Is Another Day(Me- Vocals)(Angie-Backing Vocals)(Larry-Hand Drums) and Again and Again(Me- Vocals) (Larry-Percussions) (Angie-Backing Vocals). The performance is not clear, but it's about a third of our entire performance which featured me-Hartley C. White on Lead and Backing Vocals,Electric Guitar, Hand Drums, &Percussions, Larry McDonald (Toots&The Maytals, Peter Tosh, Gil Scott Heron, Taj Mahal, Monty Alexander, Lee Perry, Rock Steady 7) on Hand Drums and Percussions, and Angie Rodriguez -Finn on Lead Vocals(Then One Day), Acoustic Guitar(Then One Day), Backing Vocals, Bicycle Bells, and Chimes. The show started with This Is Not What You Expect', then continued into 'Screaming Whopazootics' 'Under The Radar', 'The Handcuffs Always Go On Too Tight' 'Haven't Learned Nothing','Life', Songs, People & Time',Angie doing lead vocals/Guitar on 'Then One Day(Angie Rodriguez-Finn/Hartley C. White), then me again with 'Somewhere In Her Heart','I Believe In You', and 'The Bicycle Lady' about where this video starts. It's a little fuzzy, but thanks for watching. The new album 'I Sing De Music Who-pa-zoo-tic' is now out from the usual suspects, Amazon, I Tunes, CdBaby etc. It's a solo album , however Zach Phillips(keys, backing Vocals) & Sarah Smith(Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar) from Blanche, Blanche, Blanche are featured, along with Larry McDonald(Hand Drums and Percussions) and Tom Smith(Saxophones and Flutes) The video was recorded by Deirdre Johnson. I am Hartley and I sing de music who-pa-zoo-tic, Thanks.