I've had a few requests for "BROWN MOUNTAIN LIGHTS", so I'll play it for Day #29 in my Davis banjo series. It's been a long time since I've played it, so I hope I'll do it justice! Have a good day ~
Great song isn't it. Thank you for the history of the song. And Butch, Thanks for the wonderful rendition. That will get a number of players here today.
ps.Man, you have some good reach with that pinkie!
PPS here is a little more the "Brown Mountain Lights" :
Edited by - From Greylock to Bean Blossom on 03/01/2021 12:08:42
A fine arrangement of an interesting song. I first heard it in a recording by a famous bluegrass group, the Kingston Trio. Okay, not a bluegrass group by any stretch of the imagination. But it was recorded by a genuine and famous bluegrass group, the Country Gentlemen, in 1964. However, their album (Nashville Jail) sat in the can until it was finally released in 1990.
'Luscomb model and value' 11 min
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