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    What it says on the tin.......
    And some rude words at the end.

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    Here is another one, just for fun!

    Liz

    Ohana Tenor TK50 MG - solid cedar top
    Red Soprano Mahalo
    Kala Waterman
    Green Kala KA-CEM Exotic Mahogany Concert (Low G)
    Purple Bugsgear Soprano

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    Hi everyone!

    This might be in Thornton Rule territory, but I figured I’d share it anyway. Bailey Haggarty is the Assistant Director Of Seagulls at the Australian National Maritime Museum. Seagulls don’t like him much, so I wrote a song for him.

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    I'm still in a prog mood, so here's some Genesis. This is from the one album they did after Phil Collins left. It had a good wall-of-sound production, but the songwriting and melodies were weak. This is called "Shipwrecked".


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    Great theme! This week's topic was right up my alley - the hard part was narrowing down what songs I wanted to do! Anyway, here is my first song, Handsome Cabin Boy. Hope you enjoy.
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    And my second song, The Captain's Lady, by Tom Lewis. Kind of a goofy song that was a lot of fun (but challenging!) to play. It's played on a concertina on the original recording, (on his album "Sea Dog, See Dog!"), with melody lines between each verse, but I didn't attempt that. Hope you enjoy - I had fun with it.
    Lyrics: http://www.tomlewis.net/lyrics/captains_lady.htm
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    And here is my final song for this week, I'd Cross the Wild Atlantic, by Andy M. Stewart. Thanks for listening!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAB11 View Post


    Wordswordswords
    fabulous song, fabulous band!
    lynda

    get it on, bang a gong, get it on

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    I did an old version of an old song this time.


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    from joo and i. A Robert Wyatt song.

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