After a long wait from the publisher and getting my web site squared, The Great American Banjo Songbook is now available and up on my site www.almundesbanjocollege.com. This book co-authored by me and Beth Mead-Sullivan contains banjo arrangements for 70 pop tunes from the early to mid 1900s. "All of Me," "All The Things You Are," "California, Here I Come," "Embraceable You,""Georgia," - Whew, this list goes on and on. Great composers and their great tunes set to the five-string banjo, three finger style - bluegrass style, and chord styles represented. They are all my favorites and I play as many as I can at my gigs and workshops. Did I mention "Pennies from Heaven."2 comments
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Playing Since: 1962
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Born Norman, Oklahoma recorded with Sam Bush, Red Allen, Jimmy Martin, Country Gazette, Alan Munde Gazette, Bobby Hicks, the White Brothers, Roland White, Joe Carr, Country Store, Byron Berline, The Two High String Band and many others
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