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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ivan Neville
The National Children's Museum is launching its Trader Center this weekend, where your child can bring the rocks he or she has discovered, and trade them for better rocks. They also can learn about bartering, which is another lesson that may very well save parents a fortune.
There are different levels of celebrity at Bonnaroo and Warren Haynes belongs in the elite group.
He danced, drink in hand, to the music of British rhythm and blues artist Jon Cleary, but there was no one act that drew Ray Ladonceur to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on Friday's opening day.
"We recorded them with virgin ears, I mean very early on," Neville said. "We played the song maybe once and probably the next time we played it was probably the take, for the record. There wasn't a lot of takes of a bunch of stuff. We kind of caught the moment. That's what makes this project so cool."
Neville said he walked into the studio with no idea what he would record, listened to Haynes rough out the songs and then was astonished to find the tape rolling right away.