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We used to go to different people's houses, you know. In those days I mean they could hear music and - if somebody could play an instrument, man, they would get up at night, from one o'clock; and they'd fix food and they'd have drinks and they'd stay up till five, six o'clock in the morning and give you money. It wasn't a dance but a serenade; we'd go from house to house. In those days there wasn't too much things like juke boxes, high fidelity sound, wasn't nothing like that then; and whenever somebody could play and could play well, he was considered as somebody; he could go anywhere and he had it made, you know? - Baby Doo Caston, on playing music in Natchez in the 1920s, interview with Jeff Todd Titon

Author Topic: Slidell Blues (Paul Geremia) - a 12 string country blues guitar tutorial  (Read 181 times)

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Offline cpazmandi

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Hi Everyone,

If you are interesed in 12 string country blues you may find this short demo / tutorial useful.
I also want to thanks to John for his corrections to the lyrics!
I hope some of you will find it useful. All comments are welcome.

jepper

« Last Edit: April 23, 2022, 10:46:02 PM by cpazmandi »

Offline Blues Vintage

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Sounds real good to me, jepper.

Offline cpazmandi

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Sounds real good to me, jepper.

Thanks, Blues Vintage, I'm glad you find it OK! jepper

 


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