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Swami giving advice to fellow bag devotees at, The Gates, Central Park New York, February 2005

Lead Belly´s niece, Tiny Robinson, certainly knew how to carry her uncle´s Rock´n Roll
Hall of Fame induction award back home to Nashville. January 1988.

Tiny Robinson at the Wailing Wall in Old Jerusalem. Lead Belly never made it to
the Holy Land, but his widow Martha did.
Lead Belly
wrote "Goodnight, Irene". Lead Belly, 1888-1949 R.I.P.

Ready to ring in the new millenium in style outside the Sydney Opera House.
Auld Lang Syne, my ass!

Notes from a Burmese Diary, 1983:

"We flew to Rangoon and visited numerous temples all over Burma until we were 'stupa-fied'. Then for two nights and one day we rested, floating down the broad, muddy Irrawaddy river. A little girl gave me a yellow rose and I sat next to her during lunch."

"The Burmese were very friendly. I quickly made friends with a pink metal container filled with popsicles.
We exchanged anecdotes about Rangoon and
a whole crowd was amused."

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