"The Manhattan Minstrel" Eddy Davis playing and singing an original song of his. It was written in Florence Italy in 1974. He was dreaming about the story Louis use to tell of how his song "Someday You'll Be Sorry" was written from a dream and how he woke up in Fargo, North Dakota and wrote it all down at one time. AND the next night Eddy woke up and wrote this tune out in it's entirety. In the dream Louis was standing beside a piano and singing this song. It doesn't sound real, but it was. Please contact me if you would like a lead sheet of the song. It is performed on Davis' Custom OME 12' head - 17 fret neck Tenor Banjo.