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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, Nechville Atlas, 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 A.B. Paterson and C. Macpherson
Play count: 235
1 person likes this
Size: 4,693kb, uploaded 5/27/2011 3:19:27 PM
Yet another remix of my arrangement of the Unofficial Australian national anthem, played on an instrument of African origin by an American of Hispanic descent living in Russia. Written by a man called "Banjo" Paterson, I thought surely somebody had done a version with banjo. Searched the internet off and on for almost 2 years, found nothing, so said, well, this Dag'll just have to do it, so I did. I've posted several previous versions. This one I think I'm starting to get the hang of dynamics processing. So, good on ya, all me mates down under (and elsewhere), and raise a Fosters' to the memory of old Banjo Paterson and Miss Christina.
on “Waltzing Matilda”
||Bart McNeil Says:|
Saturday, May 28, 2011 @6:37:15 AM
Very nice version. I am always impressed by folks who don't feel the compulsion to give us the old "razzle dazzle" rapid fire banjo but focus more on the less is more principal of banjo accompanying voice.
Sunday, May 29, 2011 @11:25:33 AM
Thanks... glad you enjoyed it. I finally realized I'll never be any good at "razzle dazzel" banjo and started thinking about what I CAN do. I'll always have a soft spot for bluegrass, and a sincere appreciation for hot pickers, but I play, and love playing, too many instruments to be more than a "jack of many, master of none".
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