Jan!!!…I spoke to Billy!!!…he can’t talk very well,and it’s frustrating to him, but I heard a few words…I’m told by the woman that works on the floor he lives that he lit up when my name was mentioned to him… that feels good as we havn’t spoken in about,oh,28 years or so…very emotional experience…I played some harmonica for him..
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Hey Joe Versions
"Hey Joe", a traditional song performed by many artists. Sometimes credited to Billy Roberts. Sometimes credited to Dino Valenti a.k.a. Jesse Oris Farrow, née Chester Powers, who became the lead singer of Quicksilver Messenger Service. In 1965 "Hey Joe" was recorded by the Leaves.
You can read much more about this song on this site.
Thanks to Christian Arnould for additional information
If you have more information about this song or know versions not listed here please contact me.
This site replaces heyjoe.org. Please update your bookmarks to http://heyjoeversions.wordpress.com
Also I would be grateful if you make a link to Hey Joe Versions http://heyjoeversions.wordpress.com
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Sincerely, Jan Marius
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- A story about Billy Roberts and Hey Joe by Neil Lewis
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- Mail from Steve Gurr (March 21, 2010)
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