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 Playing Advice: 4-String (Jazz, Blues & Other Trad Styles)

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davidcava - Posted - 10/30/2018:  05:50:35

Learning the lyrics this morning to this Great Hoagy Carmichael composition. I left it open for soloing, but I may have sped up a little. Don't put a click on it.

cjam - Posted - 10/30/2018:  14:16:06

Great song, nice work!

davidcava - Posted - 10/30/2018:  14:20:10

Thanks cjam! I like that name man......reminds me of Oscar Peterson

yeoldbanjoguy - Posted - 10/30/2018:  16:39:48

Real sweet David. What a relaxing little tune


davidcava - Posted - 10/30/2018:  17:08:39

Thanks Bruce. I've been only once.....I felt relaxed for sure....the alcohol was flowing.....and the music was awesome. I have some stories....but I'll leave it there

johnstephen - Posted - 10/30/2018:  17:20:37

Great chords, nice'n easy vocal, and a great feel to the whole thing, David. Thanks for posting this. I'm not familiar with that song, so now I've got another one to learn!

davidcava - Posted - 10/30/2018:  17:37:46

Thanks John....its a great song for sure!

DC5 - Posted - 10/31/2018:  05:41:46

Great song, reminiscent of Leon Redbone.

Veerstryngh Thynner - Posted - 11/04/2018:  09:44:45

Hoagy Carmichael's 'New Orleans's was amongst the earliest tunes learned, in my first ever jazz band, as eager up-and-coming young banjo lion.

Veerstryngh Thynner

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