Posted by Don Huber
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Size: 2,748kb, uploaded 1/4/2011 7:45:30 AM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
The Bluegill Buddies often open performances with this rousing "play party" song. If the audience doesn't pack up and flee, we know we'll have a good time.
Monday, November 7, 2011 @7:59:29 AM
I had just started thinking about searching for this! I like it.
Don Huber Says:
Friday, November 11, 2011 @10:27:42 AM
Thank you for your comment. I'm sure you will have no trouble learning this piece! Like yourself, I had stopped playing for a few years while my kids were real little. Couldn't concentrate on music while being Mr. Mom, and pawned a couple of banjos to pay the rent. Glad we're both back. I noticed that your WL banjo has a sweeter sound than my Reiter Regent; much sweeter. maybe it'as you! Serves me right for being so harsh on the Goldtone company. Thanks again, and thanks for putting up with our(my) singing on Free Little Bird.
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