Posts Tagged ‘banjo’

Michael, Row the Boat Ashore

We’ve all stopped talking about Pete Seeger, now that the loss isn’t quite so keenly felt. But you’re not forgotten, Pete. You’ll never be forgotten.

 

 

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The Unquiet Grave

Leaving Appalachia for a bit, let’s visit medieval England…

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Little Boxes of Amazing Grace

Something gentle for a monday morning.

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Wildwood Flower (for lols)

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Mountain Dew

Sometimes the only thing you need is some good ol’ mountain dew 🙂

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Blackberry Blossom

This is my favourite tune (this week).

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A Place in the Choir

I had a really hard time recording this one – the lyrics make me laugh, I’d broken my frailing nail, and I was dog tired.

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Shady Grove

In G-modal tuning for this great old Doc Watson tune.

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My Grandfather’s Clock

Lovely old song. Worked out this arrangement out of an open G tuning. Needs a bit of pinky stretching to add a fourth string, fourth fret position to the D7 chord, but sounds better for it.

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Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots

Trying to work out an accompaniment for The Flaming Lips’ Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. It’s sounding good, but it’s a bugger to play while singing.

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Random Fact

Two wrongs don't make a right, but two Wrights did once make an aeroplane. Unless you're talking integer maths where two wrongs DO actually make a right. Also, three lefts make a right.