I still haven’t found what I’m looking for

I like to play guitar, and I like to introduce good photographers. So let’s combine the band U2 (and a Harlem Gospel choir) with the photography of Patti Fogarty:
Stretched limousine in Detroit, photo by Patti Fogarty, click on the picture to enter her flickr galleries or visit her blog at http://nylondaze.com/

only once in my lifetime I had the chance to visit a church in Harlem – it was great to participate there: the music, the friendly people … – and forgive me, I tried to find the melody on my Dobro (DGDghd) = background music

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

16 responses to “I still haven’t found what I’m looking for

  1. Great song. Great post!


  2. Rattle and Hum is still one of my favorite music movies.And that part odf it one of my favorite scenes next to the BB King one. Great choice! I was already following NylonDaze so we like the same photography too.


  3. Love, love, love the combination of U2 and Gospel 🙂


  4. Wonderful! Thanks Frizz!


  5. Caddo

    WOW, I LOVE the gospel choir!!! Thanks Frizz!


  6. Fab combination Frizz!! And I am a fan of Patti’s in any case 🙂


  7. Do we ever stop looking . . . ? Thank you so much dear Frizz for this wonderful clip – goosebumps and a lump in the throat which that song always does to me let alone with that wonderful Gospel Choir.

    Thank you as ever for your encouragement, I can’t tell you how much it means to me!


  8. I also had a great moment in a Harlem Church. Not those with all the tourists….And the same thing in Vietnam for Xmax. A Vietnamese Gospel 🙂
    A great U2 song. A great Frizz play….for a good day 🙂


  9. That was AMAZING! And I absolutely love your rendition. Thanks frizz.


  10. Amy

    I enjoy your beautiful guitar playing and love your great photos! Thanks, Frizz!


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