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EXCLUSIVE: David Carradine Spoke of Love of Music in His Last Interview

Jun. 4 2009, Updated 10:32 a.m. ET

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David Carradine seemed anything but depressed in what may have been his last on-camera interview, obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com.

On the evening of May 22, while enjoying an evening at The Grove shopping center in Los Angeles and listening to live music by Morris Wade & Soundtrack, Carradine chatted with an amateur videographer about one of the actor’s favorite topics – music.

Asked what his favorite instrument was, Carradine seemed upbeat and happy as he responded, “I play a lot of instruments.

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“Piano is my greatest,” he said, while mentioning that he also played guitar, flute and the drums.

And who would he like to open for, if given the chance?

Everyone from The Boss to Beyonce, Carradine smiled while admitting he’s an old-fashioned guy who doesn’t “have an IPod.”

Carradine, 72, was found dead Thursday morning at his hotel in Thailand where he was filming a movie. 

The death is being investigated as either a suicide or an accident.

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