Young Paul Lagos

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  • Nov 23 2009, 7:35 PM
    Ronald Coleman responded:
    Paul and I served in the Corps at Kaneohe Hawaii (1961--1962) I recall paul giving me a few pointers on sax, playing in the Marine Corps was great, but Paul was on a nother mission, and after listening to Paul give me a few instructions on playing ; Jazz that is , I knew Paul had the drive to be a great drummer, and oh yes he told me so. To this day ,I recall Paul telling me to loosin up my man and play what you feel, that was a long time ago ,but it seems like music makes it right now, and the beauty of it all is that Paul will always be a good friend.
  • Nov 23 2009, 11:52 PM
    randulo responded:
    Great memorable shots!
  • Nov 24 2009, 3:34 AM
    annegiles responded:
    Ronald, are you in that picture?
  • Nov 24 2009, 8:48 AM
    Michelle Lagos responded:
    Look at the eyes closed, finger up in the air thing?
  • Nov 24 2009, 12:29 PM
    Ronald Coleman responded:
    Anneglles; I am not in those pic's, but I do know the guy playing tenor sax and the trompone guy. Sciffres is on tenor & Dabney on trompone, I'm floating around somewhere. Also Coleman Tinsley must be near, he and John Werrell were close friends with Paul, they both have Facebook links, I'm still getting use to this Facebook stuff.
  • Nov 24 2009, 4:01 PM
    annegiles responded:
    Ronald, I think I saw Coleman on facebook, is he in Toronto? Does he know about this site?
  • Nov 24 2009, 6:48 PM
    Ronald Coleman responded:
    Annegiles; yes Coleman is in Toronto, on your Facebook site click on friends then click on find friends, type Coleman L Tinsley ; I'm very sure if you where a friend of Paul he would accept you as a friend. Coleman sent me a message that Paul passed away, about this site I do not know?
  • Nov 25 2009, 3:42 AM
    annegiles responded:
    Paul was actually my Uncle, I can send Coleman a link to this site on facebook without him friending me. , I just wanted to verify that was the right Coleman...there about 65 of them