Posted by banjoy
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I am unsure of the origin of this tune and wonder if was written by Monroe Queener? Monroe does some very cool harmonics in this tune. Monroe Queener (dobro), D. Stout (bass), David Perkins (guitar), Frank Eastes (banjo). Recorded at practice 12/30/1990 in David Perkin's living room, Knoxville, TN. Practice Tape (c) Frank Eastes
Dancing Queen Says:
Sunday, April 17, 2011 @3:34:15 AM
Hi banjoy, I have just listened to your beautiful version of the Dobro Waltz and also Tennessee Waltz, What a great sound. Do you know where I could obtain the sheet music in Clawhammer of these two tunes? My name is Lesley (Dancing Queen) from Adelaide in South Australia and really love your playing.
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