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    Default Woody and Arlo Guthrie Jam Tomorrow Night

    Joins us for songs by Woody and Arlo Guthrie -

    Thursday, 6:30 - 8:00 PM EDT

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8147639197...dONEJjL1lmdz09

    Songs - https://www.dropbox.com/s/rrfgkfbxx2...-08-6.pdf?dl=0
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    Alice’s Restaurant and then out of time?

    Good theme idea!

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    Sounds good. 3:30 PDT. Usually my zooms start 1:00 PDT - and I’m busy then.
    I’m gonna try to make this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Another Ukulele View Post
    Sounds good. 3:30 PDT. Usually my zooms start 1:00 PDT - and I’m busy then.
    I’m gonna try to make this one.
    Because there are so many songs, and sometimes some talking, we often run late. You can come and go any time, of course. We have two other people from your area in our club, and they usually show up.
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    Dang! My uke club's Zoom meeting is the same time. I enjoy both artists' songs.

    Don't forget to play Arlo's "Motorcycle". Now that song's gonna be stuck in my head the rest of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn2018 View Post
    Dang! My uke club's Zoom meeting is the same time. I enjoy both artists' songs.

    Don't forget to play Arlo's "Motorcycle". Now that song's gonna be stuck in my head the rest of the day.
    You can download the song book and play it at your leisure. Yes, "Motorcycle" is #21.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerryc41 View Post
    You can download the song book and play it at your leisure. Yes, "Motorcycle" is #21.

    Jerry, I looked for the Guthrie "song book" on the Catskills Uke group site, but couldn't find it. Is there another source. I would love to join in and play the music of these two great artist along with you and others.

    Mahalo,

    Don

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    Never mind. It was in your original post. I just need to pay attention! So Sorry.

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    I'm going to try and join tomorrow. Also, what is that format style called where the chords are inline with the lyrics, I want to convert them to proper chords above the lyrics.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KanePono View Post
    Jerry, I looked for the Guthrie "song book" on the Catskills Uke group site, but couldn't find it. Is there another source. I would love to join in and play the music of these two great artist along with you and others.

    Mahalo,

    Don
    This one is the"Normanskill Strummers", in Guilderland NY. I'm actually a member, but can't do the zoom meetings.

    But Jerry did put the DropBox link in his message.

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