Posted by Don Borchelt on Friday, August 15, 2008
Friday, August 15, 2008 @6:12:34 AM
Nice words there Don, i was tempted to move to other styles of playing , but when my tuitor started going about the purity of Earl, well ,,,, i think i'll just stay put..
Bill Rogers Says:
Friday, October 10, 2008 @8:46:09 PM
Same's true of singing--John Duffey was asked why the Country Gentlemen developed a new vocal sound. He answered to the effect that there was no point in trying to beat out the Stanleys at what they did, because it would not happen. So it is with Ralph, Earl and Don.
Saturday, October 25, 2008 @11:26:39 PM
Hey Don! I think you and I have contributed to some posts before on Ralph's early Little Maggie - if you are not too shy I would LOVE to hear your version of it. Until now, the ONLY version of Ralph's that I have heard has been Ralph's. I'd post my version ... but I'll tell you, it would HURT YOUR EARS and you'd be so shocked, I am sure you would give up the banjo for life! I just don't know of any other breaks that are so hard to get right -- even FMB isn't that bad. Cheers KEN
Sunday, October 26, 2008 @3:15:47 AM
I have a version of LM as well.....but there has been one name left out.......it's you Don.......loved your MP3's!
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