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Timothy Molois debut album; Love That Music is available for international purchase NOW from CD Baby!
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THATCH MUSIC PRESENTS TIMOTHY MOLOI THE YOUTUBE SESSIONS
Featuring some of the most accomplished musicians in South Africa,
Timothy Moloi presents his own treatment of some of our favorite
songs Katy Perry, Jonas Brothers, One Republic, Stevie Wonder
even Frank Sinatra!
Produced by James F. Bassingthwaighte
Recorded at Undahaus Recording studios, Johannesburg by Robin Walsh
Video by Marcus Thatcher
IN THIS SESSION:
Timothy Moloi sings through a Brauner VM1 KHE microphone (Serial No 39)
John Fresk plays a Yamaha P140 digital piano
Graeme Curry plays a 5-string Kay double bass through a Sony C800g microphone
John Fresk endorses Yamaha digital pianos
I knew a man Bojangles and hed dance for you
in his worn out shoes.
With silver hair and ragged shirt and baggy pants,
he would do the old soft shoe.
He’s jump so high – jump so high, and then he’d lightly touch down.
He told me of the time he worked with with the Minstrel shows, travelling throughout the south,
Spoke with tears for fifteen years how his dog and he
they would travel about
But his dog up and died.
And after twenty years he still grieves
He said, “I dance now at every chance in honky tonks
for my drinks and tips.
But most of the time I spend behind these county bars
you see son I, I drinks a bit.”
Then he shook his head. Oh Lord when he shook his head,
I could swear I heard somebody saying please, please
Mister Bo-ojangles. Mister Bo-ojangles.
Mister Bo-ojangles, come back and dance. And dance. And dance – Please dance
Mister Bo-ojang-gles, Mister Bojangles
Mister Bojangles, come back and dance. And dance. And dance. Please dance.
Mr Bojangles, come back and dance.