Wednesday, August 03, 2005

THE GREATEST MUSICIAN EVER EXISTED

Italian-born musician Joseph Ferrante may be a paranoid schizophrenic, but that hasn't stopped him from spamming thousands of websites, for some years now, with vituperative and self-glorifying messages. He posts them anywhere and everywhere, even on websites that are supposed to be geared towards, say, pets, or autos. His older message, often entitled "The biggest shocking news on Earth," blames The Beatles for ripping him off and trying to destroy his music career.

And that's just the beginning: After a lengthy list of roadblocks and rejection, he writes, "It was during those same months that I was getting threatening, anonymous phone calls on my mobile, warning me against giving live performances or playing anywhere. The calls were always made from public telephones. One music agent whom I'd contacted in an effort to find myself a manager, apologized, saying: "I'm sorry, but I cannot use you...". He refused to say why and hung up on me. That was when I realized what a huge operation I was up against. So huge, in fact, that in the three and a half years I have been in England this second stay I have as yet to give my first live concert or perform anywhere, despite having contacted more than 20 music agents."

It never occurs to Ferrante (where's Teicher?) that the quality of his music has anything to do with all this. Indeed, a more recent message of his is entitled, "Joseph Ferrante, the greatest musician on Earth," in which he states, "And now, it is time to have a look at the greatest musician ever existed, whose supernatural musical powers made the established musicians and the music industry forge the biggest international plot ever to stop him." Not only that, but, "Joseph Ferrante is a graduated architect, a graduated doctor, a graduated psychologist, a nearly graduated biologist, an astronomer, a web designer, a philosopher, a writer, a painter, a master in all religions (discoverer of mysteries yet unknown to mankind), a master in all occult sciences, a magician, an astrologer, a yoga teacher, a piano tuner and technician, a music teacher, a martial artist, a weightlifting trainer, a graduated actor, an acupuncturist, a chess teacher, a homeopater, a professional level photographer, a four languages speaking man...He heals people for free, either with his medical skills or with his spiritual powers."

Although it's obvious Ferrante himself wrote these messages, they're written in the third person in a breathless, over-the-top rambling manner with lots of CAPITALIZATIONS and extreme characterizations ("...he is the greatest genius ever existed...") and signed by "The Team" or "The News Media."

Joseph Ferrante: "Hey Jude"


53 comments:

countrygrrl said...

wow....this is one of the whackiest things i have read in a long long time...thanx for this ...before the internet none of this would have been accessible now i can spend my nights surfing and finding nuggets like this..xcellent..

The Team said...

These people talking nonsense of Joseph Ferrante are jealous American NAZIS sent by Paul Mc Cartney and the people of Google to twist facts asnd deceive people with wrong information
These HUMAN JUNKS will have their boomerang coming out of the blue....
Another thing HUMAN JUNK American NAZIS, it is not Ferrante writing. It is THE TEAM, that is us.
Stop deceiving people NAZIS HUMAN JUNK

THE TEAM

The Team said...

These ugly Nazis have been making the life of Joseph Ferrante a misery during three years. With all the decent people there are in the States we had to come accross these UGLY NAZIS FULL OF INFERIORITY COMPLEX, THESE HUMAN NOTHINGS. How do they dare to do all this VILE COMPLICATION to a trascendental virtuoso, such amazing music master as Joseph Ferrante. But do not worry Amerrican NAZIS. The whole planet is watching all this and it will backfire on you....HUMAN JUNKS

The Team said...

So far we jhave come accross three American NAZIS; Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this HIGHLY INFERIORITY COMPLEXED "Mr. Fab" a HUMAN NOTHING into the delirium of being Fab. These frustrated NAZIS have been creating all the problems. Planet, these are the people to look for. We leave them in your hands. Thanks Dear Planet. And do not make mistakes with other people. It is them....

The Team said...

This mentally ill jealous NAZI called Mr. Feb really needs a psychiatrist to remove all the delusions he is talking about from his head. He is way out of reality. He thinks he will deceive people and confuse them. He is a frustrated musician who developed an inferiority complex listening to such a gigantic virtuoso as Joseph Ferrante. Is the jealous JUDAS of the Christ. Nothing new.

Frank said...

We have heard the adaptation of Hey Jude by music genius Joseph Ferrante and we think that possibly is the best song recorded in the Rock era. Makes the original song look like an absolute nothing and Paul Mc Cartney look like a very bad composer. This adaptation is how the song should have been composed. Overbearing Paul Mc Cartney keeps bribing people to hide the adaptation as much as he can, so that the music nothing he is won't come to light. He must have spent fortunes doing it!!!

Bravo, Joseph Ferrante!!!

Jane said...

Bravo, Joseph Ferrante!!!....keep teaching arrogant Mc Cartney how to play and compose!!!!!....we also think that ferrante's voice is a million times better than Mc Cartney's. Mc Cartney's voice sounds horrible compared to Ferrante's.

Louis B. said...

I can see Paul McCartney is behind all this. I can also see that the idiot above has been paid by him to create problems. Paul Mc Cartney is the worst musician on Earth and Joseph Ferrante is one of the best. That is the SMALL difference!!!
Paul Mc Cartney should learn how to play and how to compose instead of paying people so that they would write jealous nonsense like this.

Mr Fab said...

" "Mr. Fab" a HUMAN NOTHING into the delirium of being Fab"

Classic. Can I put that on my tombstone?

Louis said...

I do not think you will have time to write a thing on your tombstone....

The Team said...

This two NAZIS called Brandon Martus Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these two VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These two NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

Anonymous said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

Anonymous said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

The Team said...

This Anton Olsen is proficient at deception. Now he wants to deceive

the readers twisting the facts. After he himself wrote an article where

he said: "We all are Nazis, so what?", article that he subsequently

vanished from the search results of Joseph Ferrante, same as he

vanished his article where he thanks us for helping program the

Googlebot with our work (we saved the article as HTML before he

vanished it, to be used in a Court at a later stage) (the directors of

Google told him to vanish the article so there won't be evidence that

they work for Google and that Google is behind it all), now he wants to

play the victim in front of people saying that this is the first time

that someone calls him Nazi, WHEN HE HIMSELF ADMITTED TO BE ONE OF

THEM!!!
This Anton Olsen, Brandon Martus and Mr. Fab work for the search engine

section of Google and have been helping Google create problems for

Joseph Ferrante since three years back. They even programmed the robot

of Google so that articles related to Joseph Ferrante would not be

indexed.
As you can see, dear reader, the first page of the search results of

Joseph Ferrante is full of the junk and deception these three JEALOUS

NAZI RACIST lunatics are doing. Google, through them, removed almost

all the decent articles about Ferrante from his search results,

including the praise letter by Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, BBC, Capital

Radio, Sony Music, etc., so that people will not read them. They

vanished 74 indexings related to Joseph Ferrante. It is Google (the

directors) that being paid by non musician Paul McCartney and his

agents is doing all this through these lunatics, who also work for

Google as moderators. The newsgroups of Google are full of people

offering Viagra and free sex and all kind of junk, but as soon as the

articles of Joseph Ferrante appear on the newsgroups they are

immediately deleted. They would not delete the articles of Viagra and

bitches and people talking useless crap, but they rush to delete the

articles about Ferrante.
Google, paid by Paul McCartney, keeps disappearing the "To download

Joseph Ferrante's Hey Jude" indexing so that people will not listen to

the gigantic masterpiece, realizing how much of a nothing Paul

McCartney is as a musician and composer.
This lunatic wants to twist the facts (typical in their kind) talking

of a "paranoid" or whatever thing, after he and Google made life

impossible for Ferrante and for us ON HUNDREDS OF OCCASIONS in the last

three years. We had to email the abuse department of Google almost

daily with complaints. No, NAZI RACIST LUNATIC twisting the facts, as

the film says: "Is not paranoia when they are really after you".
Stop your provocation and your deception JEALOUS HUMAN NOTHING....and

remember that the articles of Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and Mr. "Fab"

have been saved as HTML....

The Team said...

This Anton Olsen is proficient at deception. Now he wants to deceive
the readers twisting the facts. After he himself wrote an article where he said: "We all are Nazis, so what?", article that he subsequently vanished from the search results of Joseph Ferrante, same as he vanished his article where he thanks us for helping program the Googlebot with our work (we saved the article as HTML before he vanished it, to be used in a Court at a later stage) (the directors of Google told him to vanish the article so there won't be evidence that they work for Google and that Google is behind it all), now he wants to play the victim in front of people saying that this is the first time that someone calls him Nazi, WHEN HE HIMSELF ADMITTED TO BE ONE OF
THEM!!!

This Anton Olsen, Brandon Martus and Mr. Fab work for the search engine section of Google and have been helping Google create problems for Joseph Ferrante since three years back. They even programmed the robot of Google so that articles related to Joseph Ferrante would not be indexed.

As you can see, dear reader, the first page of the search results of Joseph Ferrante is full of the junk and deception these three JEALOUS NAZI RACIST lunatics are doing. Google, through them, removed almost all the decent articles about Ferrante from his search results, including the praise letter by Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, BBC, Capital Radio, Sony Music, etc., so that people will not read them. They vanished 74 indexings related to Joseph Ferrante. It is Google (the
directors) that being paid by non musician Paul McCartney and his
agents is doing all this through these lunatics, who also work for
Google as moderators. The newsgroups of Google are full of people offering Viagra and free sex and all kind of junk, but as soon as the articles of Joseph Ferrante appear on the newsgroups they are immediately deleted. They would not delete the articles of Viagra and bitches and people talking useless crap, but they rush to delete the articles about Ferrante.

Google, paid by Paul McCartney, keeps disappearing the "To download Joseph Ferrante's Hey Jude" indexing so that people will not listen to the gigantic masterpiece, realizing how much of a nothing Paul McCartney is as a musician and composer.
This lunatic wants to twist the facts (typical in their kind) talking of a "paranoid" or whatever thing, after he and Google made life impossible for Ferrante and for us ON HUNDREDS OF OCCASIONS in the last three years. We had to email the abuse department of Google almost daily with complaints. No, NAZI RACIST LUNATIC twisting the facts, as
the film says: "Is not paranoia when they are really after you".
Stop your provocation and your deception JEALOUS HUMAN NOTHING....and remember that the articles of Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and Mr. "Fab" have been saved as HTML....

BLU said...

This Ferrante is obviously a lunatic who crafted an elaborate conspiracy theory because he can't get what he wants honestly. I listened to one of his songs, I would rather listen to cats fucking than to waste my time on this guy's drivel again. Geez, what's with talking in the third person? "The News Media" and "The Team"? Come on. Admit it buddy, it's you!!! Get off your damn high horse and get a REAL JOB. Since you have so much time to cook up stories, you're probably some illegal in our country collecting off MY TAX DOLLARS. Maybe You can be a writer since you have such a vivid imagination. Get over yourself.

The homosexual Mr. Fab said...

This mentally handicapped hebephrenic into the "greatness delirium" of a paranoid state induced by cocaine, who calles himself "Mr. Fab" (the Napoleon of the madhouse) has been creating problems for musicians for quite a while. He does it out of shear ENVY and JEALOUSY. You know that mentally ill handicapped inferior people always use "greatness" defense mechanism to balance their impairment and start thinking they are heroes and Napoleons and Fab and so forth. The "one flew over the cuckoo's nest" in real life.
I realized that he is a frustrated musician now, as I investigated his page. I did not know why he kept harassing musicians. Now I know.
I also investigated his "tunes". The lunatic cannot play a thing!!! is a very untalented person. He does not have the slightest knowledge of music and the slightest technique. His music technique is the same as that of a dog!!! This is the kind of person polluting music that lowered the standard of quality to bring about the music decadence we are going through nowadays. He is one of the worst noise makers I have heard!!! I think my dog has more knowledge of music than this lunatic!!!...
He also stole the "extraterrestrial" idea from the website of another musician!!!...is a thief of ideas due to the null creativity of his brain devastated by cocaine...
A couple of years back I remember seeing several postings on different newsgroups where someone was denouncing a certain "Mr. Fab" for being one of the main cocaine dealers in town, as well as for being a homosexual who was repeatedly seen coming out of hotels with men in the middle of the night, and even caressing them. At the time I thought the Mr. Fab in question must have been the owner of the cleaning powder product, but now I realize it is HIM.
So, judging by all this, not only is this lunatic a drug addict and a very untalented noise maker, but he also is a homosexual and a cocaine dealer as well, judging by what I read a couple of years back.
I shall wait three or four days before letting everybody know about this homosexual cocaine dealer in all networks.
That person at the newsgroups a couple of years back will be happy to know that we found the "Mr. Fab" in question.

the narcotics dealer Mr. Fab said...

This mentally handicapped hebephrenic into the "greatness delirium" of a paranoid state induced by cocaine, who calles himself "Mr. Fab" (the Napoleon of the madhouse) has been creating problems for musicians for quite a while. He does it out of shear ENVY and JEALOUSY. You know that mentally ill handicapped inferior people always use "greatness" defense mechanism to balance their impairment and start thinking they are heroes and Napoleons and Fab and so forth. The "one flew over the cuckoo's nest" in real life.
I realized that he is a frustrated musician now, as I investigated his page. I did not know why he kept harassing musicians. Now I know.
I also investigated his "tunes". The lunatic cannot play a thing!!! is a very untalented person. He does not have the slightest knowledge of music and the slightest technique. His music technique is the same as that of a dog!!! This is the kind of person polluting music that lowered the standard of quality to bring about the music decadence we are going through nowadays. He is one of the worst noise makers I have heard!!! I think my dog has more knowledge of music than this lunatic!!!...
He also stole the "extraterrestrial" idea from the website of another musician!!!...is a thief of ideas due to the null creativity of his brain devastated by cocaine...
A couple of years back I remember seeing several postings on different newsgroups where someone was denouncing a certain "Mr. Fab" for being one of the main cocaine dealers in town, as well as for being a homosexual who was repeatedly seen coming out of hotels with men in the middle of the night, and even caressing them. At the time I thought the Mr. Fab in question must have been the owner of the cleaning powder product, but now I realize it is HIM.
So, judging by all this, not only is this lunatic a drug addict and a very untalented noise maker, but he also is a homosexual and a cocaine dealer as well, judging by what I read a couple of years back.
I shall wait three or four days before letting everybody know about this homosexual cocaine dealer in all networks.
That person at the newsgroups a couple of years back will be happy to know that we found the "Mr. Fab" in question

The Team said...

This talking nonsense is the same jealous Mr. Fab impersonating different people, same as he impersonates the "countrygrrrl".
Mr. Fob, MUSIC NOTHING, the CD of Joseph Ferrante is one of the best CDs ever recorded. Do you think people are that stupid? Don't you think people can go to his website and have a preview of all the songs? This jealous MUSIC NOTHING is attempting deception with the newbies and the ignorant. First of all, Mr. Fob, learn to play an instrument, and not that you use sequencers or electronic drum machines. Even the road sweeper can use them, without knowing anything at all about music. First learn some musical instrument and become a musician before you talk about the trascendental virtuoso, the supermusician known as Joseph Ferrante.
And stop impersonating people, HUMAN VULTURE full of INFERIORITY COMPLEX and JEALOUSY.

The Team said...

This BLU talking nonsense is the same jealous Mr. Fab impersonating different people, same as he impersonates the "countrygrrrl".
Mr. Fob, MUSIC NOTHING, the CD of Joseph Ferrante is one of the best CDs ever recorded. Do you think people are that stupid? Don't you think people can go to his website and have a preview of all the songs? This jealous MUSIC NOTHING is attempting deception with the newbies and the ignorant. First of all, Mr. Fob, learn to play an instrument, and not that you use sequencers or electronic drum machines. Even the road sweeper can use them, without knowing anything at all about music. First learn some musical instrument and become a musician before you talk about the trascendental virtuoso, the supermusician known as Joseph Ferrante.
And stop impersonating people, HUMAN VULTURE full of INFERIORITY COMPLEX and JEALOUSY.

Mick said...

This African ape known as Mr. Fab (he could also be from Afghanistan or Kenya, maybe Moroccan) looks like a mummy, with all that sour lemon smelly sweat typical of his monkey sort. He must have a shower every two hours I reckon, to get rid of all that stench.

He is so ugly that no wonder why he keeps escaping from reality with drugs into some "extraterrestrial" mental frame. Reality is hard to face for this ape. He keeps evading it. He needs to get as away as
possible from factual reality, as far away as another galaxy, possibly a million light years away from his ugly karma.

No wonder why he is a homosexual. No woman would ever touch such ugly stinking ape!!! He even defends homosexuals in one of his articles!!! shameless ape!!! Do you want everybody to be like you Mrs. ape? You would do better in hiding your shameful homosexuality!! keep it indoors.

It must be horrible having to wake up every morning and finding your face in the mirror. No wonder why you want to run to Andromeda!!! Unfortunately, mirrors in Andromeda are even sharper!!! You better go to the Planet of the Apes!!! It is an ugly karma having to be you!!! Ugly, ape, homosexual, drug addict, drugs dealer and mentally ill!!!

The Team said...

This is getting more and more ridiculous!!! Yesterday I received a call from Joseph Ferrante, who happens to be on the countryside doing missionary activities for his religion, asking me about what is going on.
I explained to him what is happening and he asked me if we were trying to help him or if we were trying to destroy him too with our aggressive attitude...ridiculous!!!...aggressive attitude???...
I told him that it was these people that were having an aggressive attitude and that we only replied to their aggression. He said that it was not them, but the Devil that gets in them and that there is no way you will conquer evil with evil, that two wrongs don't make one right, and that we should make them come to reason with good manners, love if possible, same as Ghandi did in India.
I told him: "look, there is no way this heartless mafia will come to reason with love and good manners. We tried the lot. I can see your religion is getting you into a fool's paradise. Come down to reality!!!"...
He replied that music is not warfare. He said music is fragile and not stony. He said: "Are you promoting a song or are you fighting a war? Are you complaining about the blocking of my songs or are you trying to trigger Apocalypse?"....

This is ridiculous!!!....so all these lunatics write all the garbage and nonsense they want and we should say: "Bless you, brother, write some more!!!!"...absurd!!!!...
We shall wait till our man returns from his religious things in the countryside to show him everything they did on the computer. We shall see if he will keep his heavenly Nirvana then!!!....

I personally think that some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and that some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

I do not understand Ferrante sometimes, but I know is his religion leading him into a fool's paradise. This is an incredibly weird situation. Ferrante was repeatedly insulted over here due to the anti Beatle movement that exists in this place as part of their hatred towards white people. He even had to pay for the hatred towards the Beatles, due to the fact that people have always associated Ferrante with the Beatles, and he wants us to apply the love equation????...
People that hate the Beatles and that also hate Ferrante have had an opportunity to kill two birds in one shot. We ourselves told some people to fuck off when they were writing hatred nonsense towards the Beatles in the comments section of our documents of Indymedia, thinking that we were going to take part in their anti Beatle thing. We clearly told them that we did not have anything against the Beatles but the blocking of Hey Jude, and ask them to do their anti Beatle thing in their own document and not in the comments section of ours. Ferrante himself did not like their comments towards the Beatles and took it personal as if they were against him, being very clear that these were Beatle haters and Ferrante haters at the same time who were trying to kill two birds in one shot. Nevertheless, it looks like the people associated with the Beatles did not even give us thanks for what we did and complicated things even more for Ferrante and for us.

We came to Google and it's newsgroup looking for sympathy and support for this injustice and we had stones thrown at us. We came to the number one Nation supporters of human rights and we had no help whatever. What love is Ferrante talking about???...I shall wait for him to return from the missions of his religious group. If he does not come with some feasible campaign the way he means it, then we shall call it a day. We have no time for fool's paradises. Anyway, we more than repaid the favor he did to our boss with this three year campaign.
Three year campaign and all that work only to get one or two visitors to Ferrante's website per day!!!...absurd!!!...

All of this is absolutely ridiculous!!!...and what's more ridiculous is that religion does not let people see reality and act accordingly!!!...once again, some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

THE TEAM.

The Team said...

This is getting more and more ridiculous!!! Yesterday I received a call from Joseph Ferrante, who happens to be on the countryside doing missionary activities for his religion, asking me about what is going on.
I explained to him what is happening and he asked me if we were trying to help him or if we were trying to destroy him too with our aggressive attitude...ridiculous!!!...aggressive attitude???...
I told him that it was these people that were having an aggressive attitude and that we only replied to their aggression. He said that it was not them, but the Devil that gets in them and that there is no way you will conquer evil with evil, that two wrongs don't make one right, and that we should make them come to reason with good manners, love if possible, same as Ghandi did in India.
I told him: "look, there is no way this heartless mafia will come to reason with love and good manners. We tried the lot. I can see your religion is getting you into a fool's paradise. Come down to reality!!!"...
He replied that music is not warfare. He said music is fragile and not stony. He said: "Are you promoting a song or are you fighting a war? Are you complaining about the blocking of my songs or are you trying to trigger Apocalypse?"....

This is ridiculous!!!....so all these lunatics write all the garbage and nonsense they want and we should say: "Bless you, brother, write some more!!!!"...absurd!!!!...
We shall wait till our man returns from his religious things in the countryside to show him everything they did on the computer. We shall see if he will keep his heavenly Nirvana then!!!....

I personally think that some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and that some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

I do not understand Ferrante sometimes, but I know is his religion leading him into a fool's paradise. This is an incredibly weird situation. Ferrante was repeatedly insulted over here due to the anti Beatle movement that exists in this place as part of their hatred towards white people. He even had to pay for the hatred towards the Beatles, due to the fact that people have always associated Ferrante with the Beatles, and he wants us to apply the love equation????...
People that hate the Beatles and that also hate Ferrante have had an opportunity to kill two birds in one shot. We ourselves told some people to fuck off when they were writing hatred nonsense towards the Beatles in the comments section of our documents of Indymedia, thinking that we were going to take part in their anti Beatle thing. We clearly told them that we did not have anything against the Beatles but the blocking of Hey Jude, and ask them to do their anti Beatle thing in their own document and not in the comments section of ours. Ferrante himself did not like their comments towards the Beatles and took it personal as if they were against him, being very clear that these were Beatle haters and Ferrante haters at the same time who were trying to kill two birds in one shot. Nevertheless, it looks like the people associated with the Beatles did not even give us thanks for what we did and complicated things even more for Ferrante and for us.

We came to Google and it's newsgroup looking for sympathy and support for this injustice and we had stones thrown at us. We came to the number one Nation supporters of human rights and we had no help whatever. What love is Ferrante talking about???...I shall wait for him to return from the missions of his religious group. If he does not come with some feasible campaign the way he means it, then we shall call it a day. We have no time for fool's paradises. Anyway, we more than repaid the favor he did to our boss with this three year campaign.
Three year campaign and all that work only to get one or two visitors to Ferrante's website per day!!!...absurd!!!...

All of this is absolutely ridiculous!!!...and what's more ridiculous is that religion does not let people see reality and act accordingly!!!...once again, some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

THE TEAM.

Anonymous said...

I'm not American, neither a Nazi... BUT

Joseph Ferrante is PATHETIC!

Anonymous said...

"The Beatles caused the disintegration of mankind"


The revolution of Rock and Roll happened in the Sixties (6, number of the Beast). It came from Liverpool, which was the port base to the Titanic, destroyed by God because of the arrogant insult of Captain Smith (also from Liverpool): "Not even God can sink my ship" (not only the Captain, but also the rest of the crew and even the orchestra playing at the Titanic were from Liverpool). The Rock revolution came from the Nation that allows a church to be changed to a pub or to a dance hall or to a recording studio full of drug addicts, homosexuals and lunatics (as that of George Martin, ally of the Beatles, at Lyndhurst Rd., London NW3).
It came from the Nation whose king Henry VIII adulterated the Bible so that divorce could be allowed, and in this way be able to give loose rein to the many divorces from his wives and subsequent murdering of the same ones, and to whom God provided a wife with six fingers as abomination (Anne Boleyn)...once again 6, number of the Beast....
It is interesting to observe that this Nation is nicknamed "the Devil's Island" (as they themselves call it). As the epithet of the influence of Satan on that Nation, the center of London, the so well-known Piccadilly Circus, takes it's name from an old brothel (the "Piccadilla House" which means "The House of Sin"), disappeared nowadays.

Antichrist John Lennon, one of the Devil's main puppets to destroy family, social and moral values and to begin the disintegration of mankind, did hit Stu Sutcliffe (the first bass player of the Beatles) repeatedly in the head with a club in Hamburg. Some months later Sutcliffe died from brain haemorrhage because of John Lennon's bruises. John Lennon entered stardom being a murderer.
The same demons that made Captain Smith say "Not even God can sink my ship" spoke from antichrist John Lennon (from Liverpool, base port to the Titanic) saying: "Christianity is on the go. It will vanish and shrink. We are more popular than Jesus and Pope".... That was the day that GOD'S CURSE fell upon the Beatles and upon the world of Rock.
One week after that statement, ONLY ONE WEEK LATER, Brian Epstein, forger of the Beatle farce, died from an overdose. From then on, the Beatles began to get involved in false religions and beliefs and started to preach them to the world.
John Lennon's divorce followed, as well as his entering the world of black magic, as deeply as to buy the apartment where the "Rosemary's baby" had been filmed, previous property of Roman Polansky, and in that same apartment John Lennon had a room upholstered with black silk where he used to do his black magic operations.
Came the disintegration of the Beatles' minds with LSD which has caused, among others, schizophrenic lyrics such as "I am the Walrus" and incoherent schizophrenic musical expositions such as "Revolution number 9".
At the same time, the devil acted through his other main puppets with "Sympathy for the devil", that was when the pact of the Rolling Stones with Satan took the life of the founder of the group, guitarist Brian Jones (who refused to be a puppet of the devil), murdered by people sent by Mick Jagger, another assassin, who after wanted the world to believe that such a brilliant swimmer as Brian drowned in his own pool...
Antichrist John Lennon followed the Devil's strategy writing lyrics such as "God is a concept by which we measure our pain...I don't believe in Jesus, etc., etc.," (God) and "and no religions too..." (Imagine). The aversion of Antichrist John Lennon to God and the Bible is clearly seen in his book "In his own write" (A Spaniard in the works), where he criticised the Bible and the Church, calling the Bible "the book", in a very pejorative manner. Nevertheless (same as the Devil does) he attempted to hide his aversion to God writing lyrics such as "All you need is love" and "Give peace a chance" to deceive people. As it is well known, Satan keeps disguising as an "angel of light" to deceive people, and so do his marionettes..."and what's confusing you is the nature of my game", as Satan wrote through Mick Jagger in "Sympathy for the Devil"...
Antichrist John Lennon wanted to compete with Jesus Christ, and so he grew a beard and started to make a bogus role of Christ together with Yoko Ono at the Amsterdam Hilton hotel proclaiming "Peace", being then when he was visited by the Canadian journalist who ridiculized and admonished him wanting to know about what Lennon meant when he wrote in the lyrics of "The ballad of John and Yoko": "the way things are going, they're going to crucify me...",
The CURSE OF GOD upon John Lennon carried on with all type of miseries and distresses which made Lennon give the interview to the "Rolling Stone" magazine (today condensed in the "Lennon remembers" book) where he speaks about how bad thing were going for him blaming "whatever is up there" for it (referring to God).
The CURSE OF GOD carried on until he was shot dead. It is interesting to notice that he was shot seven times, being seven, as well as three, the holy numbers in Holy Cabala tradition....

After George Harrison, said arrogantly in a video filmed at his studio in Henley on Thames: "I want to talk about the divinity of man", he was given throat cancer by GOD because of those words, which made metastasis and carried on to final death..
To Paul McCartney whose company's logo was a person toying with the planets as if he was a god or something, and who was being very much deluded in his ego trip by the fact that he was made "Sir" (when in England even the road sweeper is made Sir, as long as he produces money for the Nation), GOD provided cancer to the wife.
The advertising farce of how much he loved Linda (woman whose quality he did not deserve), was exposed when it was known that Paul had an affair with Heather Mills, Linda's intimate friend, with whom McCartney went on a trip to New York and to whom he bought things and presents, while he was still mourning for his "dear Linda".
At the same time McCartney was going out with Heather Mills, he used Linda's death for promotional ends, due to his waning popularity. Paul was going out with Heather, but in front of the audience he played the faithful husband's masquerade pretending to suffer for Linda, for the afore mentioned promotional ends.
Paul admitted that he made Linda suffer a lot, but he didn't say that it was because he felt insecure as a man due to his womanish face and effeminate manners and also because with his age his sexual power was not the same, even though it has never been much. The early days were the days of competition between Paul and his wife and John and his wife and he knew he had to compete with ugly John for the leadership of the band in front of their wives and having Yoko Ono made him aware of his lack of virility and repressed homosexuality, he grew the beard that we see in the "Let it Be" film and started to show pictures of naked women on the same film, doing every effort he could to be seen as a man....
It is easy to note the uneasiness of McCartney when he sings: "I've got a feeling, a feeling I can't hide..." in front of Yoko in the film. (He already had the traumas that his previous girlfriend Jane Asher had caused him when she made him conscious of his little manliness and effeminate manners).
Paul has a big inferiority complex as a man, due to his effeminate face, body and personality, and Jane and Linda made him feel the superiority of virile men. This is something that his ego trip of lucky bad musician cannot face.... He is very conscious that money and fame cannot buy virility and manliness.

Besides being a murderer, John Lennon had sexual intercourse with homosexual Brian Epstein to get him interested in going to see the band at the Cavern, trauma from which he never recovered. He went to different psychiatrists because of the aftermath of it, one of them being the so well known Dr. Robert (..."he is a new and better man, he helps you to understand"...). Because of the trauma that his homosexual relation with Brian Epstein had left him, he made lyrics such as: "You can wear a collar and a tie, one thing you can't hide is when you're crippled inside" and gave declarations to the "Rolling Stone" magazine saying that sometimes he wore Texan boots to feel more secure as a man. ("Lennon remembers" book). Lyrics such as "come together over me" leave a lot to be thought of. The effeminate gesture in the waving of his hand when he sings that bit in the live concert that can be watched on the "Imagine" video, also leaves a lot to be thought of...

The Beatles are very well known by people close to them because of their arrogance and racism. One of the manifestations of their racism is the rejection towards Japanese Yoko Ono. That rejection got to the point that George Harrison kicked Yoko Ono in the Apple studios during the filming of Let it Be. Many years back, John Lennon and Paul McCartney told Brian Epstein that England was the only musical country, being the rest of the Planet just "wilderness". This racist chauvinism is very typical of the British. As a result of this chauvinism, Pink Floyd said some time back: "We don't play in the United States because we consider the American public highly mediocre".
When on the "Imagine" film John asked George while they were having lunch about how things were going for Paul after his separation from the Beatles and George replied that he was number one in the Swedish hit parade, John said in a pejorative manner: "ah!! in Sweden..", as if Sweden was an inferior place or something alike.
In the Beatles' song "Get Back" they advise black Joe to "get back to where you once belonged", as if England was not a place for black people.
Some time back, Paul told George in the Apple offices that the new generations are a bundle of idiots and useless people, but in any way they would have also been slaves of the Beatles.
The Jewish marriage living to the right of George's house said that he is an arrogant person who does never return a greeting. The newly married couple living on the corner in front of the entrance of George's house (Friar Park) refers to him as an overbearing person to stay away from. The receptionist of "Hand made" the former film making company of George Harrison said: "we don't have any relation with that man anymore and we don't want to know anything about him". It is interesting to note that this company was made bankrupt by the British cinema industry due to the despotism and pedantry of George Harrison, who believed that the cinema industry would have worshiped him too.
Their chauvinisms got to the point that even they themselves hated each other. Paul McCartney said that George Harrison is a nothing. George Harrison said that he is tired of listening to people talk about John Lennon.
George Harrison said in a video that "Oasis is a very untalented band and they shouldn't be playing at all", all of it being the truth (Oasis are the worst noise makers ever existed), but the Beatles is also a band of very poor musicians, if musicians at all, who could only play a couple of elementary guitar chords and who are as untalented as Oasis. The Beatles of the times of the "Cavern" sounded exactly as poorly as Oasis and the little musical quality in the songs of the Beatles is due to George Martin. Without George Martin the Beatles would have been just another untalented band as Oasis.... George Martin is the musician among the non-musicians known as Beatles...

Paul McCartney said recently that he believes in using magic, and he does lots of charity, thinking that in this way he will compensate for the CURSE OF GOD that is upon him and that took his wife's life because of his satanism and involvement in black magic. He thinks he will deceive people in this way, so that the real McCartney will not be perceived, as does the old Devil we all know, attempting to disguise as good in front of people, deceiving mankind once again, as so many other thousands of times through the centuries....

After the Devil began his devastating job from the ghostly "Devil's Island" through his nine main puppets (Beatles-Rolling Stones), he possessed an endless amount of other schizophrenic bad musicians in the afore mentioned Island and weakening their conscience with drugs, he made them proclaimers of homosexuality, aversion to religion, destruction of family values, dissipation, mental illness, antisocial tendencies, etc., etc.,
The fact that bad apprentice musicians such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones achieved such a giant fame that not even the real quality musicians could achieve, was because the forces of Satan were behind everything, supporting the process.

This mentally ill humanity, destroyed families, twisted moral values, manifest or repressed homosexuality in human beings, anti natural feminism rebellion, drug addiction, corrupt social outlines, mad youths without direction, non respect to hierarchies, convulsed Nations, misanthropy, misogyny, paedophilia, irrational and ill lasciviousness and all other type of existent aberrations, are due to the vast maneuver that Satan executed through his main marionettes the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, from the Devil's Island.
If you wonder why there is misery and curse in your house, it is because you own some L.P, CD or another article related to the CURSED BY GOD Beatles and Rolling Stones. We recommend you to take that curse out of your house throwing away everything related to the Devil's main nine puppets....



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"A music nothing called the Beatles"

There is much more that can be considered and that can be revealed about the worst musicians on Earth, if musicians at all, namely: The Beatles.
Such bad musicians that George Martin had to pay a session drummer to record "Love me do", because Ringo was unable to play the elementary drumming of the song. Such an elementary drumming that even a beginner could play, but not Ringo...
Such bad musicians that they had to ask another two-finger bad guitar player called Eric Clapton to do solos on their songs because George Harrison could not produce reasonable guitar string vibrato...
Such bad musicians, if musicians at all, that at the studio they had to record their elementary songs over and over again about a thousand times because every take was full of blunders. In fact, on the Beatles' "white album" we hear John Lennon screaming "Í got blisters on my fingers!!", due to the many million times he had to repeat the thing at the studio...
Such bad musicians that they used the same chord sequence in about 70% of their songs, (I-VI-V-minor relative and their permutations) meaning that they only composed one song and repeated it in different rhythms, Keys and permutations throughout 70% of their repertoire, only changing the melody...
Such bad musicians that at the Cavern, a few years back, McCartney had to start the elementary "I saw her standing there" four times because every time he got in he did it out of time. Ironically, the session musicians he played with that night started the song ok, but McCartney could not...

The Beatles were such mediocre composers that they stole other people's songs and made it their own, sometimes only changing title and lyrics. Other times they would play other people's songs backwards and steal the melodies and harmonies thus being produced. They've been listening to other people's songs played backwards since 1967. Since then, 40% of their "compositions" have been stolen from backward-played songs. This trick was also used by noise makers "Oasis". They very well knew about this fraud of the Beatles...
George Harrison was taken to court by the "Chiffons" because of stealing one of their songs and calling it "My sweet lord".
The Beatles stole Trini Lopez's "Bamba" and called it "Twist and shouts", pretending it was their own.
The Beatles stole one of the "Salvation Army" songs' and called it "Strawberry fields forever".
The Beatles stole the end of the second part in "A day in the life" from "Hush".
John Lennon stole a part of "Jealous guy" (..I began to lose control...) from "She's a rainbow".
John Lennon stole the guitar pattern of "Dear Prudence" from the guitar pattern of "Something in the air".
Paul McCartney stole the bass line of "Susie Q" and used it in "Taxman" and did it again in "Rain". Stole the bass pattern of "Let's spend the night together" and used it in "Get Back" and in "I've got a feeling". Stole the bass line of "My girl" and used it in "Two of us", and so on, and on, and on, and on...
They even stole songs from their own songs. John Lennon stole the chord pattern of "You've got to hide your love away" from "I'm a loser". Stole the guitar pattern of "Dig a Pony" from the pattern in "Two of us". Stole "Merry go 'round" from "Flying". Stole the beginning of "Rocky racoon" from the beginning of "I'm a loser".
George Harrison stole the chords in "Isn't it a pity" from the beginning of "Eight days a week". Stole the first bit of "Fixing a hole" from "Michelle". And so on, and on, and on, and on, and many more "ons"...

The Beatles were very poor singers, if singers at all. They had no voice for singing. Their voice was very thin and nasal, with no depth, no body and with no vibrato. All they could do was shout. In fact, their lack of voice forced them to shout. The Beatles did not sing, they shouted. They should have left singing to Tom Jones, Humperdink, Joan Baez, and so on...The poorest voices in the Beatles were Harrison's and Lennon's. Harrison did not have voice at all, not for even shouting. Lennon's voice was so nasal, that he always did the backing lower voice and when he did not then he shouted. He had a crow's tone. The Beatles had to always use special microphones to add depth to their skinny and nasal voice, and after that, they spent hours at the recording studio embellishing and concealing their nasality with equalizers and effects, that is HOURS... the Beatles were not singers...the Beatles were SHOUTERS...

Being homosexual Brian Epstein the forger of the Beatles project, Epstein instructed the Beatles to let their hair grow, (so as to appeal to repressed homosexuality in people). Epstein noticed what the effeminate face of Elvis Presley did on people and the fame he gained because of it, so he played the same card. The Beatles boom was not due to their music, but to their appeal to repressed homosexuality (as well as to having been the first internationally promoted electric guitar rock band). The Beatles opened the homosexual Aquarius era which is ruled by Uranus, the planet of homosexuality...Musically they were so bad that the A&R of the Decca record firm laughed in the face of Brian Epstein when he listened to the recordings of the Beatles, and he told Epstein that they sounded like tin and that he was not interested. George Martin told Epstein, when he listened to the recordings of the Beatles: "Mr. Epstein, you better go back with your boys to Liverpool", because of how bad the musical quality of the group was.... it was with the idea of the long hair (that would appeal to repressed homosexuality in people) that Brian Epstein was able to convince George Martin.....

They were possibly the ugliest faces ever seen on stage. George Harrison's face looked like Frankenstein, John Lennon's face looked like a witch (They really needed long hair to hide their ugly faces). Paul McCartney had such an effeminate face (as well as a pig's face) that he always played the Miss Beatle role, with very fragile and womanish manners (Close friend of homosexual Mick Jagger). (We will not go into the details of the secret night between Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger at Brian Epstein's house of 13 Chapel St. London SW1, the night that Paul McCartney twisted his ankle on the stairs). This is the reason why John Lennon teamed with him to form the band. He knew he needed an effeminate face as that of Presley in the band and he knew that because of his ugliness he couldn't have been the one, so he called McCartney...

The Beatles degraded the standard of music so much that they made stardom accessible to every music beginner. Thanks to the Beatles we see non-musicians and bad musicians on stage. Thanks to the Beatles we have the audience on stage. Thanks to the Beatles anybody is a star, WHOEVER. Thanks to the Beatles we have sound pollution, known by the drugged minds as "rock music". Thanks to the Beatles people do not appreciate the work of quality musicians anymore. Of course the Beatles promoted drugs, so that because of drugs their elementary noise would be perceived as "music" through the handicapped state of appreciation of the idiotic limbo of slowed down mental processes. Thanks to the Beatles we see idiotic music beginners on the "greatness delirium" of a paranoid mental frame induced by drugs...Hebephrenic, Paranoid and Catatonic schizophrenics have become "stars". The stage has become a mental asylum, thanks to the Beatles...

Thanks to the Beatles and the electric guitar with distortion where any note you play would just fit because differences are not that noticeable, we have the audience on stage. You just press any string on any fret, wherever...it will do... No one will notice a thing. Any noise will do... In tune or out of tune, in the scale or out of it, who cares...the distorted electric guitar will conceal anything...You don't need the slightest knowledge of music, just learn a couple of easy chords and use a couple of fingers in changing strings following easy repetitive patterns and that's it. After that you buy yourself an electric guitar with a distortion pedal, and you are a star...Music?... What's that?...Music?...WHO CARES?...
Since the electric guitar was invented anybody is a guitarist...WHOEVER...With such sensitive strings that even the wind can play just by blowing on it, also due to amplification, anybody can prostitute music...whoever....you just press the strings with the fingers of one hand and it sounds...you can use the other hand to make a phone call at the same time...Even the cat can produce sounds on the electric guitar by walking on the strings...EVEN YOUR CAT COULD BE A STAR!!!!...
You don't need to practice to play an electric guitar...it sounds on it's own...

Thanks to the electric guitar, bad or non-guitarists that play with only two or three fingers such as Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Peter Townsend, Keith Richards, John Lennon, George Harrison, Sting, Noel Gallagher, Paul McCartney, Hank Marvin, Steve Winwood, Santana (the assassin of Jaco Pastorius), David Gilmour, Hilton Valentine, BB King, Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix (he was nothing special as a guitarist, but nobody did ever produce such amazing sounds on an electric guitar. He was not a guitarist. He was a sound architect) and so on, and on, and on, have polluted music, but when you give them an acoustic guitar they can hardly do much...strum it at the most...
As a matter of fact, with the exception of "Yes" (a "bravissimo" exception) and "Emerson, Lake and Palmer" (another "bravissimo" exception), you can throw all the remaining famous "rock bands" into a dustbin... THE LOT...sixty or seventy years of noise making bad musicians or non-musicians into a dustbin...together with electric guitars, drugs, "greatness delirium" and all...

The same applies to synthesizers, samplers and all type of electronic keyboards with sequencers and any kind of electronic trick that allow bad or non-keyboard players to pollute the stage...Just by pressing a key on these gadgets you hear fat symphonic sounds that resemble the body of a full orchestra, psychedelic ensembles for the drugged minds and so on, that sound as if the performer was using all the fingers of both hands to play it, but when you look at the fingers of the players, they are only pressing two or three keys, that is, they are only using two or three fingers on the keyboard, and sometimes the left hand is not even being used, and when it is used, only another couple of fingers come into play...Once again, these gadgets place the audience on stage and allow UNTALENTED idiots to become "stars"...

As another aspect of the music degeneration and quality standard lowering brought about by the Beatles, we see untalented female "singers" with no voice making it big by showing tits and ass on the stage, or by using pornographic gestures, or by insinuating sex in one way or another. If they want to show their tits and asses they should be on pornographic magazines or videos and leave the stage to talented female singers such as the Queens Janis Joplin, Joan Baez, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Diane Ross, and so on...Just recently, one of these idiotic untalented female "singers" was seen on an American TV show performing side by side with Aretha Franklin, attempting to copy what the great Aretha was doing...We still wonder how Aretha permitted it...The only way these untalented female "singers" can get on top of the stage is by going to bed with the managers or producers...
And now, a list of untalented female "singers": Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Britney Spears, Hilary Duff, Mariah Carey, Ricky Martin, Santana (Maria) (bisexual Santana who used to have sexual intercourse with some of the members of his band and who got to fame after his pact with the Devil. As a result of that pact, his first L.P. is titled "Abraxas" the god of good and evil), etc., etc...once again, the audience on stage...also, Madonna is another main puppet of the Devil to destroy mankind. All her satanism sexually caressing a black crucifix, as seen on video, wearing crucifixes as earrings, and her diabolical sexual attitude towards religious matters reveal the dark powers behind her. It is interesting to observe that her name means "Mother Mary", being this another blasphemy of the Devil. She is responsible for the satanism in the female "singers" that followed her and takes part in the decomposition of the newer generations. Madonna is also responsible for the lesbianism and homosexuality in the female singers of the newer generations.

And finally let's talk about the "Harmonizer", the gadget that allows non-singers and crap singers to "sing". Unfortunately for the Beatles, the thing was not invented at the time they were polluting the stage, otherwise they would have been taken for singers. You sing out of tune and the Harmonizer corrects your voice...Every note you sing that is out of pitch is taken to perfect pitch by the artefact... You have the tone of a parrot?...don't worry...with the Harmonizer you will sound like Caruso. It changes your voice to sound like the voice of any known voice virtuoso, and you can even choose which singer you want to sound like!!!...Is that note too high for you?...you'll reach it with the Harmonizer...it will create from one of your lower notes!!!...The gadget is incorporated in some of the "karaoke" devices used by the audience on stage...you just BARK into the microphone and you'll sound as sweet as the nightingale...

All of this thanks to the Beatles and their counterpart the Rolling Stones (with the exception of extraterrestrial Brian Jones, the real father of the Sixties), who opened the door for the audience to get on top of the stage...

Anonymous said...

Ya know Joe if you put as much effort into your music as you do this worldwide bullshit campaign you might actually learn to play.

Anonymous said...

Learn to play such a progigious music virtuoso, whom we consider the best musician on Earth? Read the marvels that Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, BBC, Sony Music, etc., say about him in the letters that the GGOGLE NAZIS keep hiding. If they say so, then you ugly ape who can hardly read and write should talk extraterrestrial things!!! Come on ugly ape Mr. Fob, stop your prodigious jealousy. Do you think people didn´t listen to a masterpiece called Hey Jude by Joseph Ferrante?
Who are you trying to deceive with your misinformation? It is typical of the American, this twisting the facts the other way around.

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

Anonymous said...

This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

Anonymous said...

I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

Anonymous said...

I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

Anonymous said...

It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

Anonymous said...

An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

Anonymous said...

Italian-born musician Joseph Ferrante may be a paranoid schizophrenic, but that hasn't stopped him from spamming thousands of websites, for some years now, with vituperative and self-glorifying messages. He posts them anywhere and everywhere, even on websites that are supposed to be geared towards, say, pets, or autos. His older message, often entitled "The biggest shocking news on Earth," blames The Beatles for ripping him off and trying to destroy his music career.

And that's just the beginning: After a lengthy list of roadblocks and rejection, he writes, "It was during those same months that I was getting threatening, anonymous phone calls on my mobile, warning me against giving live performances or playing anywhere. The calls were always made from public telephones. One music agent whom I'd contacted in an effort to find myself a manager, apologized, saying: "I'm sorry, but I cannot use you...". He refused to say why and hung up on me. That was when I realized what a huge operation I was up against. So huge, in fact, that in the three and a half years I have been in England this second stay I have as yet to give my first live concert or perform anywhere, despite having contacted more than 20 music agents."

It never occurs to Ferrante (where's Teicher?) that the quality of his music has anything to do with all this. Indeed, a more recent message of his is entitled, "Joseph Ferrante, the greatest musician on Earth," in which he states, "And now, it is time to have a look at the greatest musician ever existed, whose supernatural musical powers made the established musicians and the music industry forge the biggest international plot ever to stop him." Not only that, but, "Joseph Ferrante is a graduated architect, a graduated doctor, a graduated psychologist, a nearly graduated biologist, an astronomer, a web designer, a philosopher, a writer, a painter, a master in all religions (discoverer of mysteries yet unknown to mankind), a master in all occult sciences, a magician, an astrologer, a yoga teacher, a piano tuner and technician, a music teacher, a martial artist, a weightlifting trainer, a graduated actor, an acupuncturist, a chess teacher, a homeopater, a professional level photographer, a four languages speaking man...He heals people for free, either with his medical skills or with his spiritual powers."

Although it's obvious Ferrante himself wrote these messages, they're written in the third person in a breathless, over-the-top rambling manner with lots of CAPITALIZATIONS and extreme characterizations ("...he is the greatest genius ever existed...") and signed by "The Team" or "The News Media." Links to his website and an mp3 are dead. The only music of his I could find is from one of Irwin's WFMU shows from last year. Maybe the conspiracy finally got to him...

[Not an mp3; click to listen to:] Joseph Ferrante: "All Alone"




posted by Mr Fab @ 4:33 PM

39 Comments:
countrygrrl said...
wow....this is one of the whackiest things i have read in a long long time...thanx for this ...before the internet none of this would have been accessible now i can spend my nights surfing and finding nuggets like this..xcellent..

3:54 PM, August 05, 2005
The Team said...
These people talking nonsense of Joseph Ferrante are jealous American NAZIS sent by Paul Mc Cartney and the people of Google to twist facts asnd deceive people with wrong information
These HUMAN JUNKS will have their boomerang coming out of the blue....
Another thing HUMAN JUNK American NAZIS, it is not Ferrante writing. It is THE TEAM, that is us.
Stop deceiving people NAZIS HUMAN JUNK

THE TEAM

5:46 PM, August 13, 2005
The Team said...
These ugly Nazis have been making the life of Joseph Ferrante a misery during three years. With all the decent people there are in the States we had to come accross these UGLY NAZIS FULL OF INFERIORITY COMPLEX, THESE HUMAN NOTHINGS. How do they dare to do all this VILE COMPLICATION to a trascendental virtuoso, such amazing music master as Joseph Ferrante. But do not worry Amerrican NAZIS. The whole planet is watching all this and it will backfire on you....HUMAN JUNKS

5:59 PM, August 13, 2005
The Team said...
So far we jhave come accross three American NAZIS; Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this HIGHLY INFERIORITY COMPLEXED "Mr. Fab" a HUMAN NOTHING into the delirium of being Fab. These frustrated NAZIS have been creating all the problems. Planet, these are the people to look for. We leave them in your hands. Thanks Dear Planet. And do not make mistakes with other people. It is them....

6:16 PM, August 13, 2005
The Team said...
This mentally ill jealous NAZI called Mr. Feb really needs a psychiatrist to remove all the delusions he is talking about from his head. He is way out of reality. He thinks he will deceive people and confuse them. He is a frustrated musician who developed an inferiority complex listening to such a gigantic virtuoso as Joseph Ferrante. Is the jealous JUDAS of the Christ. Nothing new.

10:49 AM, August 14, 2005
Frank said...
We have heard the adaptation of Hey Jude by music genius Joseph Ferrante and we think that possibly is the best song recorded in the Rock era. Makes the original song look like an absolute nothing and Paul Mc Cartney look like a very bad composer. This adaptation is how the song should have been composed. Overbearing Paul Mc Cartney keeps bribing people to hide the adaptation as much as he can, so that the music nothing he is won't come to light. He must have spent fortunes doing it!!!

Bravo, Joseph Ferrante!!!

10:51 AM, August 14, 2005
Jane said...
Bravo, Joseph Ferrante!!!....keep teaching arrogant Mc Cartney how to play and compose!!!!!....we also think that ferrante's voice is a million times better than Mc Cartney's. Mc Cartney's voice sounds horrible compared to Ferrante's.

10:52 AM, August 14, 2005
Louis B. said...
I can see Paul McCartney is behind all this. I can also see that the idiot above has been paid by him to create problems. Paul Mc Cartney is the worst musician on Earth and Joseph Ferrante is one of the best. That is the SMALL difference!!!
Paul Mc Cartney should learn how to play and how to compose instead of paying people so that they would write jealous nonsense like this.

10:54 AM, August 14, 2005
Mr Fab said...
" "Mr. Fab" a HUMAN NOTHING into the delirium of being Fab"

Classic. Can I put that on my tombstone?

9:12 AM, August 15, 2005
Louis said...
I do not think you will have time to write a thing on your tombstone....

9:14 AM, August 18, 2005
The Team said...
This two NAZIS called Brandon Martus Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these two VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These two NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:37 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:43 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:44 AM, August 19, 2005
Anonymous said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:44 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:44 AM, August 19, 2005
Anonymous said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:44 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:45 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:45 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This three NAZIS called Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and this Mr. Fab have been creating problems for our Trascendental guitar virtuoso during the last three years. They are just jealous human nothings trying to create problems for the best musician on Earth. Well, their sort is just like that: abusive NAZIS that create problems for outstanding people. It is just amazing that after reading the gigantic praise in the letters of Rick Wakeman and Bill Bruford about our virtuoso, as well as on the praise letters of BBC, London Capital Radio and Sony Music Publishers, we had to come accross these three VULTURES who even helped program the computer of Google so as to hide the articles of our virtuoso. These three NAZI VULTURES and Google have been doing the impossible to hide the best musician on Earth, whom we support. Well, the stature of the man is determined by the amount of conspiracy they generate

7:45 AM, August 19, 2005
The Team said...
This Anton Olsen is proficient at deception. Now he wants to deceive

the readers twisting the facts. After he himself wrote an article where

he said: "We all are Nazis, so what?", article that he subsequently

vanished from the search results of Joseph Ferrante, same as he

vanished his article where he thanks us for helping program the

Googlebot with our work (we saved the article as HTML before he

vanished it, to be used in a Court at a later stage) (the directors of

Google told him to vanish the article so there won't be evidence that

they work for Google and that Google is behind it all), now he wants to

play the victim in front of people saying that this is the first time

that someone calls him Nazi, WHEN HE HIMSELF ADMITTED TO BE ONE OF

THEM!!!
This Anton Olsen, Brandon Martus and Mr. Fab work for the search engine

section of Google and have been helping Google create problems for

Joseph Ferrante since three years back. They even programmed the robot

of Google so that articles related to Joseph Ferrante would not be

indexed.
As you can see, dear reader, the first page of the search results of

Joseph Ferrante is full of the junk and deception these three JEALOUS

NAZI RACIST lunatics are doing. Google, through them, removed almost

all the decent articles about Ferrante from his search results,

including the praise letter by Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, BBC, Capital

Radio, Sony Music, etc., so that people will not read them. They

vanished 74 indexings related to Joseph Ferrante. It is Google (the

directors) that being paid by non musician Paul McCartney and his

agents is doing all this through these lunatics, who also work for

Google as moderators. The newsgroups of Google are full of people

offering Viagra and free sex and all kind of junk, but as soon as the

articles of Joseph Ferrante appear on the newsgroups they are

immediately deleted. They would not delete the articles of Viagra and

bitches and people talking useless crap, but they rush to delete the

articles about Ferrante.
Google, paid by Paul McCartney, keeps disappearing the "To download

Joseph Ferrante's Hey Jude" indexing so that people will not listen to

the gigantic masterpiece, realizing how much of a nothing Paul

McCartney is as a musician and composer.
This lunatic wants to twist the facts (typical in their kind) talking

of a "paranoid" or whatever thing, after he and Google made life

impossible for Ferrante and for us ON HUNDREDS OF OCCASIONS in the last

three years. We had to email the abuse department of Google almost

daily with complaints. No, NAZI RACIST LUNATIC twisting the facts, as

the film says: "Is not paranoia when they are really after you".
Stop your provocation and your deception JEALOUS HUMAN NOTHING....and

remember that the articles of Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and Mr. "Fab"

have been saved as HTML....

7:38 AM, August 25, 2005
The Team said...
This Anton Olsen is proficient at deception. Now he wants to deceive
the readers twisting the facts. After he himself wrote an article where he said: "We all are Nazis, so what?", article that he subsequently vanished from the search results of Joseph Ferrante, same as he vanished his article where he thanks us for helping program the Googlebot with our work (we saved the article as HTML before he vanished it, to be used in a Court at a later stage) (the directors of Google told him to vanish the article so there won't be evidence that they work for Google and that Google is behind it all), now he wants to play the victim in front of people saying that this is the first time that someone calls him Nazi, WHEN HE HIMSELF ADMITTED TO BE ONE OF
THEM!!!

This Anton Olsen, Brandon Martus and Mr. Fab work for the search engine section of Google and have been helping Google create problems for Joseph Ferrante since three years back. They even programmed the robot of Google so that articles related to Joseph Ferrante would not be indexed.

As you can see, dear reader, the first page of the search results of Joseph Ferrante is full of the junk and deception these three JEALOUS NAZI RACIST lunatics are doing. Google, through them, removed almost all the decent articles about Ferrante from his search results, including the praise letter by Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, BBC, Capital Radio, Sony Music, etc., so that people will not read them. They vanished 74 indexings related to Joseph Ferrante. It is Google (the
directors) that being paid by non musician Paul McCartney and his
agents is doing all this through these lunatics, who also work for
Google as moderators. The newsgroups of Google are full of people offering Viagra and free sex and all kind of junk, but as soon as the articles of Joseph Ferrante appear on the newsgroups they are immediately deleted. They would not delete the articles of Viagra and bitches and people talking useless crap, but they rush to delete the articles about Ferrante.

Google, paid by Paul McCartney, keeps disappearing the "To download Joseph Ferrante's Hey Jude" indexing so that people will not listen to the gigantic masterpiece, realizing how much of a nothing Paul McCartney is as a musician and composer.
This lunatic wants to twist the facts (typical in their kind) talking of a "paranoid" or whatever thing, after he and Google made life impossible for Ferrante and for us ON HUNDREDS OF OCCASIONS in the last three years. We had to email the abuse department of Google almost daily with complaints. No, NAZI RACIST LUNATIC twisting the facts, as
the film says: "Is not paranoia when they are really after you".
Stop your provocation and your deception JEALOUS HUMAN NOTHING....and remember that the articles of Brandon Martus, Anton Olsen and Mr. "Fab" have been saved as HTML....

7:43 AM, August 25, 2005
BLU said...
This Ferrante is obviously a lunatic who crafted an elaborate conspiracy theory because he can't get what he wants honestly. I listened to one of his songs, I would rather listen to cats fucking than to waste my time on this guy's drivel again. Geez, what's with talking in the third person? "The News Media" and "The Team"? Come on. Admit it buddy, it's you!!! Get off your damn high horse and get a REAL JOB. Since you have so much time to cook up stories, you're probably some illegal in our country collecting off MY TAX DOLLARS. Maybe You can be a writer since you have such a vivid imagination. Get over yourself.

11:55 PM, September 04, 2005
The homosexual Mr. Fab said...
This mentally handicapped hebephrenic into the "greatness delirium" of a paranoid state induced by cocaine, who calles himself "Mr. Fab" (the Napoleon of the madhouse) has been creating problems for musicians for quite a while. He does it out of shear ENVY and JEALOUSY. You know that mentally ill handicapped inferior people always use "greatness" defense mechanism to balance their impairment and start thinking they are heroes and Napoleons and Fab and so forth. The "one flew over the cuckoo's nest" in real life.
I realized that he is a frustrated musician now, as I investigated his page. I did not know why he kept harassing musicians. Now I know.
I also investigated his "tunes". The lunatic cannot play a thing!!! is a very untalented person. He does not have the slightest knowledge of music and the slightest technique. His music technique is the same as that of a dog!!! This is the kind of person polluting music that lowered the standard of quality to bring about the music decadence we are going through nowadays. He is one of the worst noise makers I have heard!!! I think my dog has more knowledge of music than this lunatic!!!...
He also stole the "extraterrestrial" idea from the website of another musician!!!...is a thief of ideas due to the null creativity of his brain devastated by cocaine...
A couple of years back I remember seeing several postings on different newsgroups where someone was denouncing a certain "Mr. Fab" for being one of the main cocaine dealers in town, as well as for being a homosexual who was repeatedly seen coming out of hotels with men in the middle of the night, and even caressing them. At the time I thought the Mr. Fab in question must have been the owner of the cleaning powder product, but now I realize it is HIM.
So, judging by all this, not only is this lunatic a drug addict and a very untalented noise maker, but he also is a homosexual and a cocaine dealer as well, judging by what I read a couple of years back.
I shall wait three or four days before letting everybody know about this homosexual cocaine dealer in all networks.
That person at the newsgroups a couple of years back will be happy to know that we found the "Mr. Fab" in question.

3:51 PM, September 07, 2005
the narcotics dealer Mr. Fab said...
This mentally handicapped hebephrenic into the "greatness delirium" of a paranoid state induced by cocaine, who calles himself "Mr. Fab" (the Napoleon of the madhouse) has been creating problems for musicians for quite a while. He does it out of shear ENVY and JEALOUSY. You know that mentally ill handicapped inferior people always use "greatness" defense mechanism to balance their impairment and start thinking they are heroes and Napoleons and Fab and so forth. The "one flew over the cuckoo's nest" in real life.
I realized that he is a frustrated musician now, as I investigated his page. I did not know why he kept harassing musicians. Now I know.
I also investigated his "tunes". The lunatic cannot play a thing!!! is a very untalented person. He does not have the slightest knowledge of music and the slightest technique. His music technique is the same as that of a dog!!! This is the kind of person polluting music that lowered the standard of quality to bring about the music decadence we are going through nowadays. He is one of the worst noise makers I have heard!!! I think my dog has more knowledge of music than this lunatic!!!...
He also stole the "extraterrestrial" idea from the website of another musician!!!...is a thief of ideas due to the null creativity of his brain devastated by cocaine...
A couple of years back I remember seeing several postings on different newsgroups where someone was denouncing a certain "Mr. Fab" for being one of the main cocaine dealers in town, as well as for being a homosexual who was repeatedly seen coming out of hotels with men in the middle of the night, and even caressing them. At the time I thought the Mr. Fab in question must have been the owner of the cleaning powder product, but now I realize it is HIM.
So, judging by all this, not only is this lunatic a drug addict and a very untalented noise maker, but he also is a homosexual and a cocaine dealer as well, judging by what I read a couple of years back.
I shall wait three or four days before letting everybody know about this homosexual cocaine dealer in all networks.
That person at the newsgroups a couple of years back will be happy to know that we found the "Mr. Fab" in question

4:55 PM, September 07, 2005
The Team said...
This talking nonsense is the same jealous Mr. Fab impersonating different people, same as he impersonates the "countrygrrrl".
Mr. Fob, MUSIC NOTHING, the CD of Joseph Ferrante is one of the best CDs ever recorded. Do you think people are that stupid? Don't you think people can go to his website and have a preview of all the songs? This jealous MUSIC NOTHING is attempting deception with the newbies and the ignorant. First of all, Mr. Fob, learn to play an instrument, and not that you use sequencers or electronic drum machines. Even the road sweeper can use them, without knowing anything at all about music. First learn some musical instrument and become a musician before you talk about the trascendental virtuoso, the supermusician known as Joseph Ferrante.
And stop impersonating people, HUMAN VULTURE full of INFERIORITY COMPLEX and JEALOUSY.

5:21 PM, September 09, 2005
The Team said...
This BLU talking nonsense is the same jealous Mr. Fab impersonating different people, same as he impersonates the "countrygrrrl".
Mr. Fob, MUSIC NOTHING, the CD of Joseph Ferrante is one of the best CDs ever recorded. Do you think people are that stupid? Don't you think people can go to his website and have a preview of all the songs? This jealous MUSIC NOTHING is attempting deception with the newbies and the ignorant. First of all, Mr. Fob, learn to play an instrument, and not that you use sequencers or electronic drum machines. Even the road sweeper can use them, without knowing anything at all about music. First learn some musical instrument and become a musician before you talk about the trascendental virtuoso, the supermusician known as Joseph Ferrante.
And stop impersonating people, HUMAN VULTURE full of INFERIORITY COMPLEX and JEALOUSY.

5:23 PM, September 09, 2005
Mick said...
This African ape known as Mr. Fab (he could also be from Afghanistan or Kenya, maybe Moroccan) looks like a mummy, with all that sour lemon smelly sweat typical of his monkey sort. He must have a shower every two hours I reckon, to get rid of all that stench.

He is so ugly that no wonder why he keeps escaping from reality with drugs into some "extraterrestrial" mental frame. Reality is hard to face for this ape. He keeps evading it. He needs to get as away as
possible from factual reality, as far away as another galaxy, possibly a million light years away from his ugly karma.

No wonder why he is a homosexual. No woman would ever touch such ugly stinking ape!!! He even defends homosexuals in one of his articles!!! shameless ape!!! Do you want everybody to be like you Mrs. ape? You would do better in hiding your shameful homosexuality!! keep it indoors.

It must be horrible having to wake up every morning and finding your face in the mirror. No wonder why you want to run to Andromeda!!! Unfortunately, mirrors in Andromeda are even sharper!!! You better go to the Planet of the Apes!!! It is an ugly karma having to be you!!! Ugly, ape, homosexual, drug addict, drugs dealer and mentally ill!!!

5:30 PM, September 09, 2005
The Team said...
This is getting more and more ridiculous!!! Yesterday I received a call from Joseph Ferrante, who happens to be on the countryside doing missionary activities for his religion, asking me about what is going on.
I explained to him what is happening and he asked me if we were trying to help him or if we were trying to destroy him too with our aggressive attitude...ridiculous!!!...aggressive attitude???...
I told him that it was these people that were having an aggressive attitude and that we only replied to their aggression. He said that it was not them, but the Devil that gets in them and that there is no way you will conquer evil with evil, that two wrongs don't make one right, and that we should make them come to reason with good manners, love if possible, same as Ghandi did in India.
I told him: "look, there is no way this heartless mafia will come to reason with love and good manners. We tried the lot. I can see your religion is getting you into a fool's paradise. Come down to reality!!!"...
He replied that music is not warfare. He said music is fragile and not stony. He said: "Are you promoting a song or are you fighting a war? Are you complaining about the blocking of my songs or are you trying to trigger Apocalypse?"....

This is ridiculous!!!....so all these lunatics write all the garbage and nonsense they want and we should say: "Bless you, brother, write some more!!!!"...absurd!!!!...
We shall wait till our man returns from his religious things in the countryside to show him everything they did on the computer. We shall see if he will keep his heavenly Nirvana then!!!....

I personally think that some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and that some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

I do not understand Ferrante sometimes, but I know is his religion leading him into a fool's paradise. This is an incredibly weird situation. Ferrante was repeatedly insulted over here due to the anti Beatle movement that exists in this place as part of their hatred towards white people. He even had to pay for the hatred towards the Beatles, due to the fact that people have always associated Ferrante with the Beatles, and he wants us to apply the love equation????...
People that hate the Beatles and that also hate Ferrante have had an opportunity to kill two birds in one shot. We ourselves told some people to fuck off when they were writing hatred nonsense towards the Beatles in the comments section of our documents of Indymedia, thinking that we were going to take part in their anti Beatle thing. We clearly told them that we did not have anything against the Beatles but the blocking of Hey Jude, and ask them to do their anti Beatle thing in their own document and not in the comments section of ours. Ferrante himself did not like their comments towards the Beatles and took it personal as if they were against him, being very clear that these were Beatle haters and Ferrante haters at the same time who were trying to kill two birds in one shot. Nevertheless, it looks like the people associated with the Beatles did not even give us thanks for what we did and complicated things even more for Ferrante and for us.

We came to Google and it's newsgroup looking for sympathy and support for this injustice and we had stones thrown at us. We came to the number one Nation supporters of human rights and we had no help whatever. What love is Ferrante talking about???...I shall wait for him to return from the missions of his religious group. If he does not come with some feasible campaign the way he means it, then we shall call it a day. We have no time for fool's paradises. Anyway, we more than repaid the favor he did to our boss with this three year campaign.
Three year campaign and all that work only to get one or two visitors to Ferrante's website per day!!!...absurd!!!...

All of this is absolutely ridiculous!!!...and what's more ridiculous is that religion does not let people see reality and act accordingly!!!...once again, some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

THE TEAM.

4:48 PM, September 13, 2005
The Team said...
This is getting more and more ridiculous!!! Yesterday I received a call from Joseph Ferrante, who happens to be on the countryside doing missionary activities for his religion, asking me about what is going on.
I explained to him what is happening and he asked me if we were trying to help him or if we were trying to destroy him too with our aggressive attitude...ridiculous!!!...aggressive attitude???...
I told him that it was these people that were having an aggressive attitude and that we only replied to their aggression. He said that it was not them, but the Devil that gets in them and that there is no way you will conquer evil with evil, that two wrongs don't make one right, and that we should make them come to reason with good manners, love if possible, same as Ghandi did in India.
I told him: "look, there is no way this heartless mafia will come to reason with love and good manners. We tried the lot. I can see your religion is getting you into a fool's paradise. Come down to reality!!!"...
He replied that music is not warfare. He said music is fragile and not stony. He said: "Are you promoting a song or are you fighting a war? Are you complaining about the blocking of my songs or are you trying to trigger Apocalypse?"....

This is ridiculous!!!....so all these lunatics write all the garbage and nonsense they want and we should say: "Bless you, brother, write some more!!!!"...absurd!!!!...
We shall wait till our man returns from his religious things in the countryside to show him everything they did on the computer. We shall see if he will keep his heavenly Nirvana then!!!....

I personally think that some people get drugged with cannabis and heroin and that some other people get drugged with religion, as Marx said....

I do not understand Ferrante sometimes, but I know is his religion leading him into a fool's paradise. This is an incredibly weird situation. Ferrante was repeatedly insulted over here due to the anti Beatle movement that exists in this place as part of their hatred towards white people. He even had to pay for the hatred towards the Beatles, due to the fact that people have always associated Ferrante with the Beatles, and he wants us to apply the love equation????...
People that hate the Beatles and that also hate Ferrante have had an opportunity to kill two birds in one shot. We ourselves told some people to fuck off when they were writing hatred nonsense towards the Beatles in the comments section of our documents of Indymedia, thinking that we were going to take part in their anti Beatle thing. We clearly told them that we did not have anything against the Beatles but the blocking of Hey Jude, and ask them to do their anti Beatle thing in their own document and not in the comments section of ours. Ferrante himself did not like their comments towards the Beatles and took it personal as if they were against him, being very

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006

Anonymous said...

was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006 Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.
was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance. And when you think that is all done on heavy nylon strings without any sound tricks as those used on electric guitars it becomes even more astonishing. Superb adaptation.

10:09 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
I found it an incredible song. This man is got some incredible guitar licks on it. I now realize he is a gifted music genius and an impressive guitar master. Quite out of sight guitar playing. I don't know why the owner of this blog talks such weird nonsense about him. I think he is really getting paid to do it. Can't really understand all this nonsense. I read all the comments after the article and I am starting to think that he is really being bribed to write deception.

2:58 PM, May 12, 2006
Anonymous said...
I was really amazed listening to this song. Really proficient playing. I have never liked the Beatles. This adaptation of Hey Jude is the first Beatles song I like.

1:37 PM, May 13, 2006
Anonymous said...
It is an outstanding masterpiece, really good. I can't understand why Paul McCartney is doing all these things I read to block it. He should be proud of it. All this remains a mystery. Ferrante is an incredibly gifted musician. I think there must be something wrong along the line.

12:12 PM, May 15, 2006
Anonymous said...
An interesting treatment of Hey Jude, A little too complicated though.
I like Joseph's voice.

1:23 PM, May 16, 2006
Anonymous said...
Oh yes, I heard this adaptation of Jude and I really loved it. I think this mas is a prodigious music master. I noticed he changed all the harmonic progression. He changed all the chords. In the original Hey Jude I could hear some 5 or 6 chords. In this adaptation I could hear about a hundred different chords. Quite unique.

8:15 AM, May 10, 2006
Anonymous said...
This Ferrante is an incredible guitar virtuoso. Most amazing technique. It is an incredible guitar performance.