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I put together a solo guitar arrangement for Edelweiss by Rodgers and Hammerstein (1959). I tried to keep it simple and pure because it's...
I think they kind of look like a sporty hearse... lol
That was a lot of fun!
A very nice performance and a great song. Well done. I did an instrumental version of this myself so I am fond of it.
I know my Dad told me there used to be Banjo clubs over here in like the 1930's and 1940's. I have a feeling (but don't quote me on it) they might...
That was really fascinating reading. I'm like a sponge when it comes to interesting stuff like this. I had done some reading on the history of the...
I wish I could play fiddle - I wished I had one when I was doing it.
Thanks for the kind words too!
That was really great and I loved the period clothing! I wonder if the tuning on those banjos was standard? I actually tuned my banjo to c tuning...
Thanks fellas - it was a great movie that one! One of my favourites!
Rose of Alabama (1846) Words by S.S. Steele with special thanks to Tom Roush for uncovering the original lyrics. Rose of Alabama was...
Collage-A-Reed is a tune Buster B Jones put together as a tribute to Jerry Reed. It is basically three Jerry Reed songs mashed up into...
Rotkraut and Blaukraut are the same thing - I think it depends on what part of Germany you are from as to what you call it.
Blaukraut - is a red cabbage dish with apple, onion, speck (like a German bacon) and vinegar.
Yes but in this case it's red cabbage - which is actually purple in real life... So blue and red makes purple lol Neither English or German are...
Sauerkraut is something I've always wanted to try and make. Sourdough is the other thing I want to experiment with.
I often make large batches of...
I just plug into an amp. Finished.
Now here's Jerry at the top his game!
Love Jerry Reed - Love his guitar work too. I spend most of my time learning his songs.
That's because this isn't an English speaking website. ;)
Enjoyed that! Great post.
Thanks very very much decker - I like how it switches from major to minor chords - sort of sounds medieval to me!
This is tribute to O'Dell Martin who wrote David's Dance - so this is his arrangement of that tune. O'Dell's original performance used a...
Man that was great!