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Posted: Oct. 15 2018, 10:40

I finished arranging in 2001.
And,Geinoh introduced it here in 2004.
It is a long time ago...

I have not played guitar for one year since last year because of parents' nursing.
But they passed away at the end of last year...

I also became 57 years old, so I wanted to leave a recording.
I resumed practicing in the past few months, but I still have not practiced enough.

have fun

https://youtu.be/lKHyYQkoDqo

and, if you like.
Tab score is here.
http://www.mir.or.jp/~field/song/TB2TB1.txt
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Posted: Oct. 16 2018, 10:13

Hara - that means Shiva. A fitting homage to Mike's QE2 song!
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Posted: Oct. 17 2018, 10:18

nightspore,Thank you for your reply!
I was surprised because I did not know such a meaning.

In fact,the Japanese word "Hara" means "Field" in English.
So,
I'm pleased that I and Mike were connected by each family name! :)
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Posted: Oct. 17 2018, 19:33

So we could call Mr O "Mike Oldhara" (Or Mike O'Hara: that would be Irish in line with Mike's Celtic influences, even if it does have connotations of Chief O'Hara in Batman ("Mother Machree - it's a tubular bell!")  :laugh:


About the only Japanese word I know is "Tora" for "tiger".
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