Here is my version of Saint James Infirmary - one of my favorite blues tunes with a lovely chord progression. The accompanying guitar is played on a circa 1910 Stetson branded Larson. The solo is played on a 1920 Martin 1-28. The singing is, as Leo Kottke famously said, like geese farts on a muggy day.
Nice job ! Thats a favorite at a local jam session I go to, but they do it in Bm. Love that key.
Sounds super, Bill! Nice picking,, & your voice suits the tune.
Woo hoo! I actually applauded at the end. Terrific!
Wish my geese could, uh, break wind like that.
Bill, I'd give my right arm to be able to play guitar like you.
Great job, Bill. I've just got to go back and work on my guitar skills. Thanks for the push.
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