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Playing Since: 1979
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I get by on banjo, guitar, bass, and piano. Can manage a little resophonic, blues harp, and am now learning a little mandolin. (Very little!)
Banjos: The Mutt (70s StewMac aluminum pot archtop), Vega Style F conversion, and White Mountain bluegrass woody.
Just a few of many: NGR, Rice, Trishka, CS&N, Ozark Mountain Daredevils,Lightfoot, Dave Mason, Fogelberg, John Hiatt, Mahavishnu, Santana... the list goes on. And on. And on.
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by MrNatch3L, written by Yuri Shevchuk
Play count: 266
7 people like this
Size: 5,959kb, uploaded 3/22/2011 3:05:16 PM
Here's a banjo-centricized version of one of my favorite songs by the Russian rock group DDT, written by its leader Yuri Shevchuk, generally considered as the father of Russian rock-n-roll. It's my debut singing in Russian. Shevchuk's lyrics are highly poetic and consequently don't translate well. I don't understand half of 'em! I tacked on an approximate English translation of the chorus near the end. It's a rather wistfully sad tune about breaking up with someone because it's the only way for both parties to have a chance to be happy.
Huge thanks to our own bournio (Ian in the UK) for taking my GarageBand recording a doing a nice bit of mastering work.
on “Eto Vsyo (That's All)”
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 @1:41:37 PM
красивой банджо и красивые песни, которые могут быть выражены только в России. Спасибо за обмен.
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 @3:22:14 PM
Ай красава)))))) Роберт - ты супер!!!
Friday, July 15, 2011 @11:40:26 AM
Enjoyed it at the festival
Thanks for your rendition!
Friday, July 15, 2011 @11:47:35 AM
Спасибо! I think some of the consulate guys were less than impressed... but I wasn't playing it for them. ;-)
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