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Windy and Warm (5 buddies jamming in Knoxville)

Posted by banjoy, written by John D. Loudermilk

 

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Size: 5,464kb, uploaded 3/8/2012 1:27:55 PM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

A cool instrumental. I have no idea who wrote it... I had shown this tune to these folks BEFORE I later learned that it's a 3-part tune, not a 2-part tune. Oh well. It's 2/3 there anyway, still a fun listen... Recorded at a Knoxville, TN jam session 12-27-06 in Bob Holmes' living room on a digital recorder with pickers in a circle. Nice relaxed picking... Frank Eastes (banjo) Bob Holmes (guitar), Jim Lethgo (guitar), Marvin Gideon (mandolin) and Dennis Wilkerson (bass) ... thanks to Bob Holmes for the recording. We were all sitting in a circle with a digital recorder on the floor. The banjo is a little soft in the blend, I think the recorder was aimed away from the banjo LOL, but it's in there enough. Posted in memory of Marvin Gideon, my good friend, rest in peace sleepy

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Windy and Warm (band practice 5-12-2016)

Posted by banjoy, written by John D. Loudermilk

 

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Size: 4,524kb, uploaded 5/15/2016 9:34:49 AM
Genre: Popular / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

This was recorded live at band practice last Thursday, 5-12-2016 in my living room. We're just messing around with this instrumental by John D. Loudermilk. This cut is kind of long but has a nice groove going to it, so what the heck. I hope you enjoy.

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Windy and Warm (campfire picking Mar 13, 2021)

Posted by banjoy, written by John Loudermilk

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Size: 2,011kb, uploaded 3/15/2021 2:06:40 PM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

Tyler is a fast study, he is learning this on-the-fly as I'm picking through it for him... One of 17 cuts from some awesome campfire picking March 13, 2021 up in Ellenboro, NC. Last time I picked with the lead guitar picker was about 8 years ago, it's nice when things click like this. Frank Eastes (banjo) and Tyler Leonard (lead guitar).

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Windy and Warm (living room jam)

Posted by banjoy, written by John D. Loudermilk

 

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Size: 2,091kb, uploaded 5/24/2011 12:34:17 PM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

Recorded sometime early-mid April 2011 in Tyler's living room, with Tyler's Zoom recorder. For practice and educational use only. Frank Eastes on banjo. Tyler Balkind guitar and lead volcal.

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Windy and Warm (rendered from Tab)

Posted by banjoy, written by John Loudermilk

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Size: 1,755kb, uploaded 3/2/2022 7:42:13 AM
Genre: Popular / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

Reference recording for the tab posted--view this tab here. This is a tune I picked up within the last 20 years and came up with an ever-evolving banjo version. I never tried to emulate any particular version of this tune nor have I tried to emulate a drop-thumb approach. My brain doesn't work like that. My approach is to simply play the tune in a Scruggs-based style which works just fine. In writing this tab I realized that I rarely play the tune the same way twice and pull from a body of licks on-the-fly as I play it. So, in this tab you will see I offer several variations for the same phrases which appear throughout the tune. This is a fun tune to play and I've noticed over the years that it's becoming more commonplace, part of a growing shared repertoire at jams and get-togethers.

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World is Waiting for The Sunrise (live gig 7-22-2012)

Posted by banjoy, written by Gene Lockhart and Ernest Seitz

 

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Size: 2,918kb, uploaded 10/4/2012 4:10:10 AM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

This is a recording from a live gig at Brickhouse Pizza in Spartanburg, SC on July 22, 2012. Wes Wyatt on guitar. I'm picking 5-string. Thanks to Jamison Smith for capturing the gig from the main board to his laptop.

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World is Waiting for the Sunrise (living room picking)

Posted by banjoy, written by Gene Lockhart and Ernest Seitz

 

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Size: 2,133kb, uploaded 4/5/2011 9:03:09 AM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

Recorded Mar 29, 2011 in my living room, using Tyler's new Zoom recorder. For practice and educational use only. Our take on this cool tune written by Gene Lockhart and Ernest Seitz and made popular by the likes of Les Paul. These are practice tracks, expect a few mistakes or occasional fumbling, and a little conversation going on too. We were laying these down one after another to learn each other's material. I'm sharing a few select tracks here which I think are cool takes on these tunes ... some fun listening just the same. For what it's worth, enjoy... I am playing my Nechville Athena banjo; Tyler is playing his Santa Cruz guitar.

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World is Waiting for The Sunrise (raw home studio)

Posted by banjoy, written by Gene Lockhart and Ernest Seitz

 

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Size: 3,794kb, uploaded 1/17/2012 3:36:56 PM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

This is another version of this cool tune written by Gene Lockhart and Ernest Seitz and made popular by the likes of Les Paul. This was recorded about 4-5 years ago when a friend of mine in Knoxville, Kent Bilbry, bought an 8-track digital recorder and I spent a day or two over there laying down about 20 raw tunes. This started as me on banjo playing to a tick track in one take then I overdubbed a 2nd banjo part and later on Kent added some bass, mandolin, and guitar. My part was done without edits in one pass, so there may be a few spots here and there but it is what it is. For me, it was a lot of fun to do it and to heard it again, about 5 years later, for the first time... This tune is in the key of C, and I play the 2nd chord as an A minor. Many folks play the 2nd chord as a C-diminished, which to my ear seems out of character to the tune, so I rarely play it that way. Either way, it's still a cool tune. Enjoy.

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