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Thread: Season 322 Ukuleles ARE allowed in Bluegrass (one week only)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAB11 View Post
    Seems like you've got this video on private rather than unlisted mate.

    Edit: nevermind. Works now.
    It was a bit slower to upload than I thought

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    Default 322-5

    Grew up with Johnny Horton's Greatest Hits playing on our record player.



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    I practiced this one all week, and it's still at about half-speed. Slow motion bluegrass, anyone?

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    Another tune in the Bluegrass Fake book.


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    Default 322-7 and done :)

    I've been lovin' doing some bluegrass. Reminds me of home on the farm and playing music with the family. Thanks RB.


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    Quick and rough, if not ready two track finisher for 7 ....Cheers

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    I really enjoyed that rubykey and I think that Bluegrass welcomes you with open arms. Great job and welcome to the Seasons!

    Quote Originally Posted by rubykey View Post

    Sorry to be so late to the party. I took me a while to figure out how to record myself, upload to You Tube, and finally post here. Whew! My first ever UU video submission!

    My ukuleles were not happy with Bluegrass, and my voice really rebelled. I can't sing with that high pitched breakneck speed of bluegrass detachment. Nor do I want to. But I thought the invite was hilarious and immediately called my muse to write her own rules.

    Let's see how many bluegrass rules I broke with my version.
    I parodied the lyrics, I'm playing solo, non-trad instrument, I changed the melody, I have a bluesy delivery. What else?

    I learned this song from a blues/jugband perspective, though you tube will give you grass after grass version. Including Mr. Monroe, Ricky Skaggs and on and on.

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    Here is my teeny tiny contribution for this wonderful week (;

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