Posted by robin jones
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Size: 1,800kb, uploaded 9/26/2008 5:52:55 PM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)
I'm not much of a singer (yes I have a strong sense of the obvious) but I've always loved this song and I felt like singing tonight. Thought about trying to halfway do it justice with GargageBand but that would have been akin to work so...
John Kuhn Says:
Friday, September 26, 2008 @6:24:48 PM
Hey Robin,man I like your phrasing choices!! Cool up the neck passages!!I Heard some Carl J and Larry M influences in there.Like that pretty Bb maj 7 instead of "plain ole D+".LOL.yeah , the vocals sounded alittle "Bob Dylanish"..LOL.(A compliment)..Good job!!..John
Don Borchelt Says:
Saturday, September 27, 2008 @9:45:57 AM
Very nice picking, lots of interesting licks tucked in all over the place. Singing is always messy work, but somebody has to do it!
Laurence Diehl Says:
Monday, September 29, 2008 @10:24:41 AM
Tom Hanway Says:
Thursday, October 16, 2008 @9:50:18 PM
Well, Robin, I have a keen sense of the obvious, and you are a classy picker. The voice is fine. Get some exercise or lessons so that you don't sound as if you are trying to sing, because you sing great already. Usually that wouldn't be your job, but you can do it, and the back is fine. Listen to JD, no, listen to JD. I tabbed this somewhere and put it on the hangout, and if you want it, I'll just send it to you. The Bm chord is a little weird, a little too much like Dixie Hoedown - it's really a B7, but whatever, you are AWESOME.
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