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Feb 10, 2020 - 5:52:08 AM
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246 posts since 3/29/2018

Edited by - Texasbanjo on 02/10/2020 08:23:58

Feb 10, 2020 - 7:24:57 AM



690 posts since 8/30/2012

Just awesome.

Makes me wonder if Earl really pondered what he started and how it grew. He didn't set out to change the world of music when he picked Reuben in a new style, but he did anyway. Must have been crazy for him to think about, I can't imagine having that type of impact on the world. Not many do.

Feb 10, 2020 - 7:51:52 AM

54478 posts since 12/14/2005

Fun to hear!
Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

As to setting out to change the world:
According to historian James Burke, nobody really sets out to "change the world".
They are just looking for an improvement in something which already exists.

See if Burke's "CONNECTIONS" is available on your cable or computer, for some fascinating details.

Feb 10, 2020 - 9:00:31 AM

12821 posts since 10/30/2008

That's a fine thing to see.

Feb 10, 2020 - 9:38:31 AM

5317 posts since 12/20/2005

I like the open D tuning.

Listening on my Android phone, I can not tell if all 3 are tuned to open D.

Earl is for certain.

Bela most likely.

Not sure if Tony is.

Magnificent video !
A lot of history there.

Feb 10, 2020 - 10:25:27 AM
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3102 posts since 1/31/2005

Earl sounded like Reuben every time. The other two could have played anything and called it Reuben and I still wouldn't know what they were playing. I must be "Old School" wink

Feb 10, 2020 - 11:53:06 AM

12821 posts since 10/30/2008

Bela is in G tuning, including his 5th string, while playing in key of D. And he hits that open 5th string G note a lot while in D chord. That kind of thing bothers me.

Tony is in open D tuning I think.

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