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Wreck Of Number Nine

Posted by David M

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Size: 3,669kb, uploaded 10/15/2010 3:49:44 AM
Genre: Other / Playing Style: Other

I really like this tune/song. I first heard it sung by Jim Reeves in his silky style and loved playing it since. This is in G and maybe a little up tempo for a tragic tale but I like it that way for some reason..!



12 comments on “Wreck Of Number Nine”

David Cunningham Says:
Friday, March 18, 2011 @4:00:23 AM

Are you singing and playing at same time? Either way, sounds good.

David M Says:
Sunday, March 20, 2011 @9:23:32 AM

Thanks Davidus, yes, that's me in one take, no mixing hear I'm afraid to say. I attempted this one at the club last Wednesday and it was the first time they'd heard me singing, I must admit, it detracted from the nerves of just playing a bit..!

Best wishes, David.....

darryl k. Says:
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 @10:44:56 AM

Nicely done, and a good song. Nice rolling upbeat banjo with a laid back vocal.
darryl

David M Says:
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 @1:07:48 AM

Thanks Darryl, I really appreciate it, I'll never be in your league but we can only try..!!

I've always thought this is an under played tune, never heard anyone else tackle it bar James Reeves and me for some reason.. Be good to hear some of you pro's have a go one day..?

RatLer Says:
Thursday, April 21, 2011 @5:52:43 PM

Nice pickin' and what great voice!!

David M Says:
Friday, April 22, 2011 @12:09:30 AM

That's very kind of you Greg, thanks..!

Best wishes...David

Paul Roberts Says:
Friday, September 16, 2011 @7:25:11 AM

You have a kind of understated style of singing and playing, which really comes across.
PauL

David M Says:
Saturday, September 17, 2011 @10:25:26 AM

Thanks Paul..!

You must remember when Jim Reeves was smoothing this kind of song out one after another. No one seems to want to croon these days which I think is real shame and loss, there must still be an audience out there for this type of tune.

Best wishes...David

rickhayes Says:
Monday, July 30, 2012 @8:02:31 AM

Nice job David. It's nice to hear you can do the singing and playing simultaneously. I have no problem doing it when guitar picking but just the opposite when playing the banjo. When I submit something here on which I sing there are two merged tracks.

David M Says:
Tuesday, July 31, 2012 @3:03:01 AM

Thanks Rick, I do a sort of subconscious picking behind the singing, the odd melody note and a sprinkling of others around each chord. I've never sat down and worked out a backing to a tune, maybe I should one day. I think your music is great Rick, best wishes....David

jef Says:
Thursday, September 11, 2014 @9:32:33 AM

Bluegrass songs often have a special feature. They combine tragic lyrics with a pleasant ,fancy melody. You handle that in a perfect way.

David M Says:
Thursday, September 11, 2014 @3:43:53 PM

Thanks Jef, it would be really something to hear a quality player like you do one of my tunes..!

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