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    Default Nightmoves (Michael Franks)

    Love this song from Michael Franks 1976 album called "The Art of Tea." Hope you like my rendition:


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    Love love love it
    Love your strings pulling the best.
    Brenda

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    Lots of good material on that album, a lot of it uke friendly too. Nice job on that one! Thanks for posting.
    Laurence

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    What, still playing that old KU after getting the new MB?

    Nice job.
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    Thanks, Brenda! I'm not good at it, but string-bending is a fun technique to mess around with!

    Thanks, Laurence! Yes, I agree! I tried Popsicle Toes years ago and have been wanting to give NIghtmoves a try for a long time. There's at least one more song from this album I want to try someday!

    Thanks, Jim! I didn't want to try string-bending on the Moore Bettah. I'm treating that baby gently! My Kanile's will remain my workhorse ukulele, but you haven't seen the last of the MB!

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    Fabulous work John, I'd be keeping the MB wrapped in cotton wool as well!
    All the best,
    Campbell


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    Quote Originally Posted by keonepax View Post
    Thanks, Brenda! I'm not good at it, but string-bending is a fun technique to mess around with!

    Thanks, Laurence! Yes, I agree! I tried Popsicle Toes years ago and have been wanting to give NIghtmoves a try for a long time. There's at least one more song from this album I want to try someday!

    Thanks, Jim! I didn't want to try string-bending on the Moore Bettah. I'm treating that baby gently! My Kanile's will remain my workhorse ukulele, but you haven't seen the last of the MB!
    Oooh - how about Underneath the Apple Tree from Tiger in the Rain? That one is made for uke!!
    Laurence

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    Thanks, Campbell! Yes, you don't want to ding or scratch an MB. But it'll be played!

    Thanks for the suggestion, Laurence! I'll check it out. I just found out Michael Franks has a nice album out, too!

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