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When I Choose

by Frank Carillo and the Bandoleros

I never really thought about releasing it but as we happened to have some video that John Valenti filmed (as he does nearly all of our videos), I thought it might be fun to put it out.
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When I Choose

This one was written before we recorded The Bandoleros’ Bad Out There CD. I was thinking about old friends and how quickly life speeds by. A few years later I thought it would be great to get my old band, The Young Blues, together to record something after 40 years. My cousins, Nick Boccio (drums), Frank Carillo, (yes, we have the same name!) on lead vocals, Glenn Levie on rhythm guitar and Mark Lacob (who was in another band I played with, The Lynx) got together at Millbrook Sound studios . Glenn was originally the bass player of The Young Blues and the rhythm guitarist was Alan Glogovsky. Sadly, Alan passed away, so Mark took his place for the recording. Besides, Mark was always part of the gang, so it was a perfect fit. We had tons of laughs and shared great memories, great food and renewed friendships.
A few years later I decided to record the song with the Bandoleros and this is the version that’s in the video. I added a few new lines and we just went in and played: a new gang, but the same great feelings of camaraderie and respect. and always a good time!
I never really thought about releasing it but as we happened to have some video that John Valenti filmed (as he does nearly all of our videos), I thought it might be fun to put it out.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did recording it.

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