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Sweet tractor music

by Christian Williams


Tags: tractors, music,

Back in my college days, a couple friends and I got a small rock band together and started writing songs. Problem was, we could never find a reliable drummer to play with us, which eventually led to the band's ultimate demise. If only we had an old antique tractor to keep the beat. 

Terri Keitel, our advertising account executive, gave me a heads-up on this great video that appears to come from Germany. It features three really good musicians (four, if you count the tractor) doing a smokin' version of "Sweet, Georgia Brown." Enjoy!

 

And since I'm not a tractor guy, I'll let you all figure out what kind of tractor that is. Post your answers in the comment section below.

lohanp
9/29/2009 5:12:50 AM

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