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    Default Not Bad Shape For The Shape I'm In

    Another original from the banks of the Ohio. My friend Kenny tossed me this line and here's my results. Hope you like it.


    Nelson Hopwood
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    Enjoyed your tune a lot. Do you make it to UWC every year?
    I am the best ukulele player on my block!

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    Thanks! I've only visited UWC once, and then only for a couple of hours early in the day. Wasn't much going on that time of day. I was over at Bill Monroe's Bluegrass Park at Bean Blossom, which I used to do every year. I haven't been back for about 3 years. Need to put that one back on my calendar.
    Nelson Hopwood
    bassman on the banks of the ohio


    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor, Kala Chocolate Dolphin, Ohana BK-20 Baritone, and vintage 50's model Harmony Baritone and Ohana BK-70R Baritone.

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    Great song! A little bit Country, a little bit Rock, and a whole lot of fun. I'm gonna have to work it up and play it myself!
    If music be the food of love, play on! -Bill Shakespeare

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    Fantastic! Love the thumping rhythm and the junkyard blues feel!
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    HaHa! Great fun. Well done.
    Luv n stuff, Dave

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    Keep them coming Hoppy I love your style !

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    Have at it. Believe it or not, you're not the first person to want to take a stab at it. By friend Kenny's gonna play it for the nursing home. I'm sure they will be able to relate.
    Nelson Hopwood
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    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor, Kala Chocolate Dolphin, Ohana BK-20 Baritone, and vintage 50's model Harmony Baritone and Ohana BK-70R Baritone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakesideglenn View Post
    Keep them coming Hoppy I love your style !
    Thanks....I seem to be in groove and having lots of fun
    Nelson Hopwood
    bassman on the banks of the ohio


    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor, Kala Chocolate Dolphin, Ohana BK-20 Baritone, and vintage 50's model Harmony Baritone and Ohana BK-70R Baritone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S11LKO View Post
    HaHa! Great fun. Well done.
    Thanks to all of y'all. You make my head swell!
    Nelson Hopwood
    bassman on the banks of the ohio


    Mainland Red Cedar Tenor, Kala Chocolate Dolphin, Ohana BK-20 Baritone, and vintage 50's model Harmony Baritone and Ohana BK-70R Baritone.

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