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Well I had started that about the age of twelve... see my mother had a guitar, my father made her a present of a guitar, and he taught her a few chords, but I first started on a little outfit I made with a cigar box... I made a guitar with a cigar box, had peg keys, bored holes in the head, and I had uh... the strings graduated from fishing twine down on to thread - Johnny St. Cyr, guitarist for the Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers in an interview with Alan Lomax on how he learned to play guitar

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Offline jed

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Thomasina Winslow
« on: September 15, 2009, 03:38:36 AM »
Are any east-coast Weenies familiar with Thomasina Winslow?  She seems to have created a small stir about a year ago w/a couple of verses of Moon Goin' Down on YouTube with German-based Nick Katzman.  I'm repeatedly amazed at the increasing wealth of younger players who are learning the songs (though, in her case, it seems to be a family thing). 

Here's her site:

And here's her doing Moon Goin' Down solo: 

Slack, feel free to put this elsewhere if more appropriate.

ok then:


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