Written/Posted by dpete210
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Size: 4,730kb, uploaded 12/12/2007 9:37:59 PM
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Here's an experiment with one of my original tunes. I'm giving the dobro a little extra work in this one. I used my Nechville banjo. The first melody I used for this one was way different from what you hear in this tune. I realized I had used at least part of a melody from another song I did, so I decided to put a minor sound and go with a completely different melody than first intended.
Thursday, December 13, 2007 @6:37:29 PM
I have listened to this one several times trough the day, and its fun to listen to the banjo , but also the dobro. I like this one Dave , something about ....oh whats it in English............stemning...in Norwegian.......wel, stemningen er melankolsk men teksten er optimistisk, som en slag trøst.Og det er fint med alle strengeinstrumentene.
My son Erik (19) sat beside me once, and he said:Mum, I just can`t understand why Dave isn`t famous...why? He sings like a professional?
And I agree! How come?hehe
Thursday, December 13, 2007 @9:16:49 PM
Lisbeth, dere er altfor snille :) Vel, du skjnner det var kjempetravle dager da jeg jobbet som laerer og brytetrener :-) Hils guttene! :-) Saa fint du liker sangen! You are altogether too kind :) Well, du understand there were very busy days when I worked as a teacher and wrestling coach :-) Greet the boys! So nice you like the song!
Greg Connor Says:
Wednesday, December 31, 2008 @12:03:55 PM
The resonator guitar really compliments your banjo. Good song!
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