Frettin Blues - Roy Smeck - Plays Hawaiian Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele And Guitar 1926-1949 (Vinyl, LP)

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Little did I know that 5 years later Mike would be playing slide banjo on my banjo! This book has a few good blues tunes in it.

Amazing stuff here for Roscoe, Pete, Cash fans.. I am very needy of suggestions, proposals, questions, that folks have about this. What would they want explained if they went to such a workshop. What advice would they give.

What do you want to know. What don't you want to know. I want to know what anyone here thinks about this, not just folks who are expert on the blues. I would particularly want to know what folks who don't know much about the blues or never play it on the banjo think about such an enterprise. These words are so good they need repeating. Too much of the banjo world is people trying to exactly repeat everything on tab. That is not how this music was created or played. Some folks are nuts. About 3 years ago when I didnt know anything about playign banjo and most of what I knew was dead wrong, I was playing something and a jam and someone, who I know is not stupid, came and asked me if I had tab for what I was playing.

None of the old time musicians we model after played anything the same twice! I'm happy to say I've been off the tab for 1 year now. Its almost like AA. Hello my name is Rick Lawrence and Ive been off tab for a year. To understand blue theory,you can delve into the basics of the blues scales,pentatonics,etc. But to really play the blues and 'get it', you must learn how to FEEL the blues and put that mood in your playing.

You must listen to great blues players and soak up not only the licks, but the FEEL. Knowing how to find the notes in important yes, but knowing when to play a note is more important in blues. One note can speak volumes more than a bunch of licks.

As bluegrass banjo players, we have to be conscious of that. Truth is, to really get blues, you must listen to the great african american blues artists. We owe them such a huge debt of gratitude for infusing western,white musci, with african sounds.

What a great thing that was! I for one, as ahuge blues fan and try to incorporate blues ideas on banjo whenever appropriate for the music I am playing. It was amazing to hear and watch those guys play piedmont blues and sing. They allowed this skinny white kid with a banjo,no less, sit in and attempt to play blues on his banjo-haha. If you ever get thew chance to sit down and learn form a real blues player, you'll never regret it and it will transform your thinking-.

Just dont think because one plays a blues scale or minor pentatonic that one can "play" the blues. That annoys me so much. About this product. Stock photo. Brand new: lowest price The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. The only problem with this album is the use of the word "play" in the title. Already have an account?

Robert Johnson — "Cross Road Blues". Do you want to play guitar like these guys? Resources Blog News Affiliate Program. Social Media. Affordable Plans Each subscription is for a single school. Pricing and features can vary slightly per school. How It Works. It specializes in early American blues, early country, jazz, and other rural American genres collectively known as "roots" music. The first five releases L up to L were issued under the label name of Belzona Records.

The label then was renamed to Yazoo, the first five releases being reissued under that new name. This address corresponds widely with the black label design. On Yazoo's sister label, Blue Goose Records , founded in , Perls recorded 'rediscovered' black blues artists and younger blues and jazz performers.

In Yazoo was acquired by Shanachie Records Corp. Call from 9 a. WWW, 37 E. I suggest that you strum the chords several times. Adjust the left-hand position using the three left hand golden rules we talked about in the beginner course. Try to fix any string buzzing and noise. If you want to play, for example, a blues in C major, you will have to learn the C7, F7 and G7 shape. The advantages of learning the blues chord progression with the bar chords are that they can be easily transposed in different keys.

The shape will be the same. Check the diagram below if you want to learn how to play the twelve-bar blues chord progression with bar chords.

Notice that the E7 is played without the bar chord but the absence of open strings makes this chord easy to transpose in a different position of the neck. The awesome thing about playing blues chords with fingerpicking technique is that we can simplify the chords a lot. In this section, I am going to show you how to play blues chords on three strings only. In this lesson, I am going to show you how to combine chords and melody over a twelve bar blues.

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  1. With Roy Smeck, what he does on Hawaiian guitar or just plain old regular guitar is more like a consecration. His banjo work is more like a reordering of molecules. "Ukulele Bounce" sounds like a man playing a ukulele, and very well at that, but creates more of a historical impact as one realizes recordings from nearly a quarter of a century 9/
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  5. Hotshot trick guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Roy Smeck tore up the Vaudeville circuit in the s and early '30s, playing a dazzling mix of jazz, blues and Hawaiian-style music on guitar, banjo, mandolin and ukulele. He also became a world-famous author of countless music instruction books /5(10).
  6. Hotshot trick guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Roy Smeck tore up the Vaudeville circuit in the s and early '30s, playing a dazzling mix of jazz, blues and Hawaiian-style music on guitar, banjo, mandolin and ukulele. He also became a world-famous author of countless music instruction books /5(11).
  7. Compilation of uke, guitar, Hawaiian guitar, steel guitar, and banjo from this multi talented musician. A1 12th Street Rag A2 Frettin' Blues A3 Shuffle Off To Buffalo A4 Limehouse Blues A5 Nifty Pickin' A6 Tough Pickin' A7 Slippery Fingers B1 Steel Guitar Rag B2 Tiger Rag B3 Guitarese B4 Farewell Blues .
  8. Hawaian Guitar Banjo Ukulele & Guitar by Roy Smeck | Sep 15, Roy Smeck The Haunting Hawaiian Guitar vinyl record. by Roy Smeck | Jan 1, out of 5 stars 1. Vinyl Roy Smeck's Trio 78 Some Where in Old Wyoming. by ROY SMECK'S TRIO. Vinyl Roy Smeck Stereo Lp - The Happy Banjo. by Roy Smeck And His Dixie Syncopators. Vinyl.
  9. Apr 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Roy Smeck ~ Frettin' Blues () YouTube Morning JAZZ Music - Relaxing Background Bossa Nova JAZZ Playlist - .

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