Posted by Mike Moss, written by Joe Morley
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Size: 5,326kb, uploaded 3/27/2013 7:13:19 AM
Genre: Traditional / Playing Style: Classic
A medley of sea songs with a banjo twist, this is also one of Morley's trickiest solos to play at speed, in which Old Joe predates Bill Keith's performance of Sailor's Hornpipe by at least 50 years! Nothing new under the sun, eh? The songs/melodies in this solo are: 1 - Intro (Joe Morley) 2 - Tom Bowling (Charles Dibdin) 3 - Rule, Britannia! (Thomas Arne) 4 - Jack's the Lad/Sailor's Hornpipe (Anonymous) 5 - Outro (Joe Morley) Played on my new Clifford Essex Weaver banjo, similar to the one Joe Morley would have played. This style of playing is known as Classic Banjo. For more information visit: http://classic-banjo.ning.com/
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