Posted by hayesdt, written by Larry Unger
- Play count: 386
Size: 4,481kb, uploaded 5/10/2018 2:49:42 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
A multitrack recording using a Tascam multitrack recorder, a very slow, lazy and very simplified version of Larry Unger's tune "Elkins." Enoch 12" Tradesman (stuffed with a small towel at neck joint) playing lead in Double D, Martin HD-28 guitar on rhythm, Cloud Nine Marimbula on bass (use headphones/earbuds/other good speakers to pick up the sound), H. Luger CV-300 fiddle also playing some lead. This is certainly not a note-for-note accurate banjo version of Larry Unger's excellent tune, nor as good a version as Jason White's on YouTube (which is outstanding as he compares it being played on five different banjos), but I have attempted to capture much of the essence of the tune as I hear it.
Friday, May 11, 2018 @10:25:42 AM
Nice tune, which i heard recently as well, and posted here few days back. Cheers!
Friday, May 11, 2018 @11:09:56 AM
You do a great job on the tune. We must have noticed it on YouTube about the same time! I was searching at the time for Dobson tone rings, found Jason White’s playing it with five different banjos, and was taken with the tune.
Friday, May 11, 2018 @5:52:27 PM
Thanks Dan... yep, i copped Jason's version, but in 2-finger thumb-lead style.
Anyway, "Elkins" is a tune that definitely could use more exposure.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 @12:57:38 PM
Nicely done Dan. Agree with Ken about more exposure.
Tuesday, January 8, 2019 @8:53:40 PM
Really enjoyed it. Thank you
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