Jimmy Swaggart was a piano man?

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    malted milk and shrimp
     
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    Jerry Lee Lewis had stated his cousin Jimmy was a much bigger musical talent than himself.
     
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    So is Mickey Gilley and Carl McVoy
     
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    He's been playing organ more for his church services lately but I prefer his piano laying (Along with the messages)
     
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    I don't know which man's talent is greater, but jimmy swaggart is hugely talented as a musician and arranger and band leader.
     
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    With the plastic still on the album, I kinda like it. Nice background stuff while I tidy the house, as you can't be surprised by where any next note shall fall.

    Makes me wanna pull up my King Jong Un posters, have a shrimp-and-malted-milk gumbo, and write the ya-never-know opening act--

    --about my bus trip to (almost) Ashtabula.

    Ya gotta wonder what the archeologists will say about our culture. Until you realize that they'll be in the flea market's throw-outs, too.
     
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    Did a LOT of damage! That's his legacy.
     
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    Farrakhan is also a classical violinist. I seem to remember him playing on Sixty Minutes years back.
     
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    Just to let you know... I watched this thread, knowing that there was no way some folks could refrain from inserting religious comments. It stayed on track longer than I thought.
     
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