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  2. Boy, This Song Turkey in The Straw has Bit Me....I have Listened to it about 20 times in a row, Dad Gummit!
  3. Cindy I would Love to Download a Copy Of Turkey in the Straw by Dennis C.....That is an AWESOME Track.
  4. Very Nice.. once again thanks for posting!
  5. Superb Mike. A wonderful composition and thanks for sharing. Greg
  6. Mike that was very good, I could feel myself relaxing as I listened. The fact that you composed this song yourself makes this doubly impressive. Henk
  7. Thank you Ian, it took me a lot of practice.😁 I am really enjoying being able to have a go at playing and singing at the same time. It has bought my guitar practice to a new level.
  8. @Mike Hoodenpyle. That was beautifully done Mike. I really enjoy this hymn and your playing. ( I did hear a bit of Steve's influence in there) 🎸👍👍
  9. This is mostly my arrangement, but I did borrow a couple of ideas from Steve's recording he posted a year or so ago.
  10. Ouch, I missed seeing that chord. You may eventually learn to grip that particular version of the movable two chord. It is quite a bit a stretch. I'm barely over 5ft and my hands are small. I can grip it in isolation (but haven't tried switching chords with it) but my hand & fingers tend to lean backwards at a sharp angle and it feels really uncomfortable. I'm not too worried about perfecting that form of the chord because physical limitations do exist for some of us. There are alternate versions I can use without injuring my hand.
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  12. Great stuff Cap, it’s fantastic to hear some new original music from you again. Ian
  13. @Nutty 1Mandy, that was great! Good consistent strumming that didn’t falter at all with the singing. I love the sparkly red guitar too! ian
  14. @Texaspackerfan simply superb. Sounds like a pro recording you might hear on the radio. Oh, and you are way too hard on yourself on the singing - sounds good to me! ian
  15. Rik Emmett from Triumph guitar lesson. "Lay It On The Line" Guitar Lesson by Triumph's Rik Emmett
  16. I have been learning a few ukulele songs lately. In my book there is the melody for an old folk song dating back to the 1870's called "My Girl". I was quite surprised to find that it sounds like the Nivarra song. Here is what Wikipedia had to say on the subject "In the Pines", also known as "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" and "My Girl", is a traditional American folk song originating from two songs, "In the Pines" and "The Longest Train", both of whose authorship is unknown and date back to at least the 1870s.
  17. Great Lesson. I enjoyed Shane's style and his excitement and love of music plus the little tips that he shared.
  18. Triple-o

    Dr Robert

    Steve, I came across this song on line. When I read the story behind the song it said it was written in the key of A, but the key center was B mixolydian. When I looked at some on- line sheet music,for the song, in the key of A, nothing seemed to explain why the key center was B mixolydian. Finally, I found the song in a Beatle’s song book. I realized all the original chords were in fact from the B mixolydian mode. The on-line sheet music was a different version of the song, even though it was in the key of A the chords weren’t the same as the original.
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