More questions than answers

Judging by the site traffic today applause between movements at concerts is a hotter topic than tuxedos. So I thought it would be interesting to have a show of hands on the question. At the top of the right side-bar is one of those deeply trendy voting widgets. Have your say before voting ends next week.

Now for another question. Elsewhere On An Overgrown Path there is a funny story about applause in the wrong place. The subject of that story is the gentleman wearing spectacles in the front row of the session photo below. But identifying him alone is too easy. So who will be the first reader to tell us who he is, and who it is next to him in the front row nearest the camera?


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Pliable said…
As with other quizzes on the path I'll let this one run for a day or so before confirming the right answer. So any responses below may be right or may be wrong.
Shimmy said…
Ravi Shankar, with Philip Glass in front.
Pliable said…
Find the answer here - http://www.overgrownpath.com/2008/09/india-through-looking-glass.html

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