15 posts tagged with fingerpicking and guitar.
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It Don't Matter Who's First In Line
My golly, it's been years since I posted here! Shame on me. I miss the MeMu community. I recently released an album of kids' music, and thought I'd share a tune here. It's a classroom song about that age-old problem: cutting in line. [more inside]
Kicking up the Dust (original)
Acoustic folk heartbreak. [more inside]
Bad Romance & Pisgah
For Valentine's Day, 2012, a ragtime arrangement of two unlikely bedfellows: Lady Gaga's Bad Romance and the 1817 JC Lowry tune Pisgah (58 in The Sacred Harp). [more inside]
Auld Lang Syne, ragtime fingerstyle arrangement
It's been five years since my last attempt at arranging Auld Lang Syne. I thought I might try to start a small fire under it this year. [more inside]
A Little Afternoon Geetar Pickin'
Just a little thing to keep my Mojo lighted up. (Probably just good enough for sharing.)
Boots Of Spanish Leather
Another "get me out of this musical funk" cover. The more I hear Dylan sing this, the more I think this may be his most beautiful song. Here's my try. [more inside]
My Heart Will Give You Up
The third and final installment of my 2009 Valentine's day project. Celine Dion + Rick Astley, as if the internet needed another rickroll. [more inside]
Saint V. Massacree
Guitar Rag, with banjo. [more inside]
Classical banjo and fingerstyle guitar arrangement of the Stephen Foster tune. [more inside]
Sunday Front Porch
Early morning front porch music... [more inside]
Hard Times Come Again No More
Just installed new strings and set up my new 3-mic stand; I figured I'd test drive 'em both. [more inside]
Another fingerstyle tune from the cassette time capsule. This one was recorded on a six-string with my friends backing me up on cello and percussion.
I miss my old 12-string
A fingerpicking tune I four-tracked way back when (1990). [more inside]
So Does Everybody Else, Only Not So Much
Adaptation (more or less) of an Ogden Nash poem of the same name. Essentially an apology from an aging man who spends his time boring people with the same stories.
Take this Hammer
Cover of a Leadbelly tune. [more inside]