Written/Posted by Marc Nerenberg
- Play count: 148
Size: 2,188kb, uploaded 3/9/2010 9:32:44 PM
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An interesting (I think) use of clawhammer banjo as strictly a percussion instrument - by gently holding my left hand on the strings - so all you hear is the clippy-clop sound of the right hand. Two dulcimer tracks and several vocal tracks fill out the mix. Ivy Lerner sings harmony. From my out of print 1985 kid's album "That Lion!".
tom elder Says:
Monday, January 31, 2011 @3:54:07 AM
thatta work mark
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