Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by PanBiker » 27 Jan 2012, 23:30

Sorted Bodge :exactly:
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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bradders Bluesinger » 28 Jan 2012, 00:03

Some lovely contributions .....!
Just when you start to get the feeling that good guitar playing is alll about fingures flying about like little pink maggots (up the "dusty end") along comes something like this......
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Now going to set off rambling on tinternet-thingy to see if I can find my favourite jugband clip....

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Stanley » 28 Jan 2012, 05:37

I'm watching you lot develop your You-tube skills and learning. Thanks for doing the pioneering! My favourite guitar music has always been Segovia playing Concierto Aranjuez (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptvchIjT4aY). The only reason for this was that I was given a bunch of 8 track Lear Jet cassettes when they became obsolete and I had a player in the house and the cab of the wagon. I#m sure you remember that if you left them alone they played on a loop until you ejected the cartridge so I tended to listen to one piece over and over again. I keep thinking I should go on the net and look for free classzical music, I can't afford CDs... Any suggestions?
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Post by catgate » 28 Jan 2012, 10:50

This is what you want Stanley.
You can not get more classical than this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlOdV1o8SpY

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Post by Bodger » 28 Jan 2012, 10:57

Re jug bands, one that comes to mind is The Mound City Jug Band ?
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Post by Bradders Bluesinger » 28 Jan 2012, 11:06

THAT'S THE ONE Bodge ! I have it in my bookmarks from last night and was saving it for today .....Ha.. you save me the trouble. Isn't the bloke (with topper)on the right amazing . What a dude !

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Post by Tripps » 28 Jan 2012, 11:30

"I can't afford CD's - any suggestions?"
Let me recommend Spotify again. I believe you can still get 30 hours a month free? I pay £4.99 a month for full access. It's amazing, (and I don't use that word often).

Jug bands - here's my favourite band and track -it would be on my Desert Island Disc list

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Post by Bodger » 28 Jan 2012, 21:19

could'nt resist as a absent Yorkshireman
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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Stanley » 29 Jan 2012, 06:28

Catty, thanks for that helpful suggestion but a bit of a shock for a young lad early in the morning. What struck me was their deadpan look.
Thanks for that David, I shall bear it in mind.
My mate Daniel spent a lot of time following Julian Bream and photographing him at work. (See Julian Bream: A Life on the Road. London: MacDonald, 1982. ISBN 0356078809. Text by Tony Palmer, photographs by Daniel Meadows.) He told me some good stories about the experience....
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Post by Bodger » 29 Jan 2012, 11:36

Bradders , Joey the wood carver is a buddy of mine, and Daragh is a neighbour.
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Post by Bodger » 29 Jan 2012, 11:41

Ccould someone massage the link

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Post by catgate » 29 Jan 2012, 11:44

Stanley wrote: My mate Daniel spent a lot of time following Julian Bream ....
I suggest you have a word with your mate....that sort of thing is not nice.

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bradders Bluesinger » 30 Jan 2012, 01:19

What I like about good poets and songwriters , is that sometimes you just don't "see it coming"....
Have a listen to this....DaMaKCIFPPU...!

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bodger » 30 Jan 2012, 15:14

Bradders, not sure if you like trad, heres a nice blues by Jimmy Rushing, Mr. Five by Five, refers to his height & girth, a bit like me nowadays
H6nLviIaRcQ&feature=related

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bodger » 30 Jan 2012, 18:33

Whoops, what have i done wrong this time ?

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Post by catgate » 30 Jan 2012, 19:19

bodger wrote:Bradders, not sure if you like trad, heres a nice blues by Jimmy Rushing, Mr. Five by Five, refers to his height & girth, a bit like me nowadays
H6nLviIaRcQ&feature=related
If you like "trad" just try these chaps. Fairly local lads.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jg17wDozhk

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by catgate » 30 Jan 2012, 21:15

bodger wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6nLviIa ... re=related
if at first you dont succeed. etc.
Very good.
It always puzzled me why a slow blues singer should aspire to being known as Rushing.

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by PanBiker » 30 Jan 2012, 21:18

bodger wrote:Whoops, what have i done wrong this time ?
You only need this bit of the string Bodge:

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bodger » 30 Jan 2012, 21:38

panbiker, i am happy with determining the start point , ie,v=,start, but how does one determine the end point ?. bodge

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by PanBiker » 30 Jan 2012, 22:33

The end of the string seems to have CAP lc CAP as in: RcQ

Of the H6nLviIaRcQ

If you don't get it right and have too much in the string you can always edit and chop a bit of until you get the hang of the chunk you need.
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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bradders Bluesinger » 30 Jan 2012, 23:56

H6nLviIaRcQ........


I just wanted to bloomin well watch it.
Keep trying Bodge ....and Thanks !
.....and Yes, I really like Trad Jazz (and Modern too)
What listeners often don't realise is that the cornet/trumpet/clarinet parts being played are EXACTLY what rock (and mainly blues) lead guitarists are playing today......
The scales are the same , they bend the notes, just the same , and use the same phrasing......

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by catgate » 31 Jan 2012, 16:09

Bradders Bluesinger wrote:H6nLviIaRcQ........

....... and use the same phrasing......
Yes, but it is often more vulgar these days.

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Re: Bluesinger's Musical Ramblings

Post by Bodger » 31 Jan 2012, 17:03

too many males on here
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