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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 8 Sep 2016, 00:58
South America on the footpath!
Chris: There is no need to travel if you live in Bath, it all comes to you..
Jolie scène de rue. J'aime bien la flûte de pan.
Chris: South America comes to Bath Martine!
How wonderful to have some of these wonderful musicians performing in your neighborhood!
Chris: These are the real thing and they sounded good too!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 8 Sep 2016, 05:56
Oh, I love listening to the Pan flute!
Chris: You would have loved these Philine
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 8 Sep 2016, 07:31
It seems to me you must live next to one of the World''s most interesting cities, Chris.
Chris: Well there's no shortage of cultural diversity, that's for sure Ray
your street photog cred is legendary......

another excellent one!!

Check out the kid in the pram, looks liike a 1970's midget... haha
Chris: Thank you Rob: I thought the modern dad & kid were a nice compliment to the exotic musicians
  • Lisl
  • Bath, England
  • 8 Sep 2016, 08:44
I always enjoy this music when I get the chance, Chris, but am not in Bath as often as you
Chris: That is true Lisl
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 8 Sep 2016, 09:58
The old pan pipes, a feature of town centres since I was a lad - but never amplified. I find this approach by the buskers in Bath irksome in the extreme and pity those that have to work nearby and listen to the same repertoire day after day. Rant over.
Chris: Your rant is welcome, there is always a divergence of opinion regarding street entertainment
I am not a fan of the pan flute but it is okay once in a while for a short time. I like your photo of the concentration.
Chris: Thank you kindly Mary
They've certainly got some gear with them, although I do agree with Mike up to a point if this is a daily exercise on their part.
Chris: I wouldn't like to live with their presence all the time for sure..
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 8 Sep 2016, 12:03
Some of the most haunting pan pipe music I heard was many years ago on a BBC Series "The flight of the Condor". This looks as they it could be too electric for my simple needs/
Chris: A fine programme which I remember well
Those are some of my favorite musicians, Chris...with the pan flutes, etc. I love the sound.
Chris: I'm sure you do Ginnie
Pan Pipes should be banned
Chris: Wot even in South America!
They seem well kitted out, I'm intrigued by the chap's ethnic hat with what appears to be a cone on top.
Chris: Wonderful isn't it, and I'm sure it is the real thing..
  • Penny
  • Getting There
  • 8 Sep 2016, 20:33
I think I saw this outfit in the nineteen-seventies, Chris.
Chris: I could buy you a hat like this for your birthday Penny
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 8 Sep 2016, 21:31
The boss of Timpson's is actually a fine upstanding retailer ... There was a good DI Discs programme on him a many months ago.
Chris: And what was his favourite tune?
The guy with the pipes looks as though he's trying to figure out what to do with them!
Chris: I think some of my correspondents have suggestions in that field..
The guy on the right is posing...

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