Posted by robmac07
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Size: 2,600kb, uploaded 1/28/2009 7:17:45 PM
Genre: Bluegrass / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)
A song we learnt from an old Stanley Bros LP. Recorded in Melbourne by the Skillet Lickers Bluegrass Band in 1968. John Munro tenor and mandolin, Brent Miller baritone and guitar, Rob McCarthy lead vocal and banjo, with Derek Capewell upright bass.
Dancing Queen Says:
Friday, January 30, 2009 @9:58:21 PM
Dancing Queen says:
Really loved that song Rob, sad, but
easy on the ear. Good singing too.
Friday, January 30, 2009 @10:16:11 PM
Great old Gospel song. Realised we'd left out a couple of the verses listening to our old version.
I hope to keep uploading our old recordings mainly for historical (hysterical?) purposes.
Folks may find the early bluegrass stuff in Australia interesting and even tho' some of the old recordings are poor or worn I have something like 100 tracks in the archives, mainly from the C&W Hour from the late 60's. Unfortunately, not much exists from the early days in Australia. The Hayes Bros Band from Melbourne probably had the other largest No. of recordings.
Thursday, February 26, 2009 @1:59:37 PM
Rob, "Tramp on the street" was fantastic, that's why I enjoy bluegrass.
Thursday, February 26, 2009 @5:23:34 PM
Thanks for the kind words, Joe.
Always loved the old Gospel songs and harmony singing.
Saturday, August 7, 2010 @5:41:06 AM
Have always liked this song - and particularly like your rendition of it. Kinda takes me back home in a wonderful way!
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'Different chord positions' 41 min
'dojo bridge' 57 min