UNOFFICIAL MARTIN GUITAR FORUM

Founded by Steve Stallings

Welcome to the UMGF

Search Results For:

Showing Results 1 to 20 of 20 (0.286 secs)

Last Indexed: 10/30/14 4:28 PM
Last Post: 10/30/14 4:34 PM

Related Tags:
+, +, +

Results

Topic Title Forum Author
Re: "Election Night" video (reply)
Great song1 I love that little imperfection at the start to show you are just a regular guy. I had a Glacier trip in I believe 08. It was Logan pass I took a day hike to Hidden Lake and came across a mountain goat head up the narrow...
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

wielywillyg

10/30/14 4:28 PM
Re: Please Please Me Eight Days A Week...on a D-35 (reply)
Great stuff!  Do you ever go to Fiddler's Crossing in Tehachapi for the Wednesday night jams?  You might enjoy it.  I'm from below Tehachapi, but come out to Lone Pine all the time.  Love your songs!Richard
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

chapleau

10/30/14 2:49 AM
Re: "Election Night" video (reply)
flagstaffcharlie wrote:glacierhiker wrote:Chuck, another great song!. Thanks for posting.  Terrific singing, very impressive!  I can't believe someone would actually sell such a fine instrument at a garage sale.  I've never been to one...
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

glacierhiker

10/28/14 8:22 PM
Re: "Election Night" video (reply)
glacierhiker wrote:Chuck, another great song!. Thanks for posting.  Terrific singing, very impressive!  I can't believe someone would actually sell such a fine instrument at a garage sale.  I've never been to one but maybe that will...
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

flagstaffcharlie

10/28/14 6:53 PM
Re: Please Please Me Eight Days A Week...on a D-35 (reply)
johnhva wrote:Very nice!Thanks a bunch, indeed, for the listen and the kind words.  
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

Inyo

10/28/14 6:29 PM
Re: "Election Night" video (reply)
Chuck, another great song!. Thanks for posting.  Terrific singing, very impressive!  I can't believe someone would actually sell such a fine instrument at a garage sale.  I've never been to one but maybe that will change after seeing...
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

glacierhiker

10/28/14 12:47 PM
"Election Night" video (topic)
Here's another video. This is an original song called "Election Night" that I put on a CD a few years back. It seems timely. It's also not partisan. It hints at my leaning, but really it's about the urgency people feel when they vote —...
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

flagstaffcharlie

10/27/14 6:27 PM
Re: entered this contest (reply)
Excellent! Nice harmony, good lyrics, good performance. I'd go with a stage backdrop or green screen overlay on your next one.
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

om45dlx

10/27/14 3:09 AM
Re: Tangled Up In Blue (Written by Bob Dylan) (reply)
RustyStill wrote:That was good.  Thanks for sharing.JimThanks Jim! Bob
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

rsdean

10/26/14 4:43 PM
Re: "Nobody's Business" - vintage blues on a Martin CEO-7 (reply)
Yes, definitely very nice playing and singing and that CEO-7 sounds great.Jim
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

RustyStill

10/26/14 4:24 PM
Re: Tangled Up In Blue (Written by Bob Dylan) (reply)
That was good.  Thanks for sharing.Jim
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

RustyStill

10/26/14 4:21 PM
Tangled Up In Blue (Written by Bob Dylan) (topic)
Hi All,Here's my version of Bob Dylan's "Tangled Up In Blue".Thanks for watching! Bob
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

rsdean

10/26/14 1:07 AM
Re: Patrick Willems "Portland Town" (reply)
Derroll would have liked that. A lot.
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

Rod Neep

10/25/14 8:35 PM
Re: Patrick Willems "Portland Town" (reply)
Nice song, nice singing and picking, and of course.....great guitar    Thanks for sharing, Frank.Jim
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

RustyStill

10/25/14 3:07 PM
Patrick Willems "Portland Town" (topic)
Per and I met Patrick lately when he thought about and then placed an order for a Marklund D 18 12fretter. While talking about anti war songs he came up with this one, he learned from the late Derroll Adams. I strongly believe that these...
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

fichtmueller

10/23/14 11:57 AM
Re: "Nobody's Business" - vintage blues on a Martin CEO-7 (reply)
You pick that CEO-7 like nobody's business! Nice track -- thanks for sharing.I have a CEO-7 too and love it lots. 
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

johnhva

10/22/14 1:52 AM
Re: Cover of Bonnie Raitt's LOVE ME LIKE A MAN - acoustic blues with a great singer (reply)
Chris Smither is remarkable, a great writer and player.
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

ozmartin

10/21/14 9:01 AM
Re: What You're Doing (reply)
Very nice! Thanks for posting it, after all these years I find that the less-played Beatles songs are the most fun to hear.
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

Jay Keller

10/20/14 9:30 PM
Re: What You're Doing (reply)
Good job love the Beatles
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

g6120

10/20/14 9:15 PM
What You're Doing (topic)
Simple cover strummed on an M3M late one night.https://soundcloud.com/digtlartst/what-youre-doing
Forum Music Projects and Accomplishments

johnhva

10/19/14 5:27 AM

Founded by Steve Stallings. The Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum is an independent Internet forum which is not in any manner related to or affiliated with C. F. Martin & Co., (The Martin Guitar Company) Nazareth, PA. The statements and opinions expressed in the Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum are solely those of the individuals posting the same and are not those of C.F. Martin & Co., The Martin Guitar Company, the Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum, its administrators, moderators, agents and other voluntary staff, its supporters, financial or otherwise, or its members, guests or other contributors. The Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum does not sponsor or endorse any product or service referred to, submitted or suggested by any member, guest or contributor to the Forum. The Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum and its voluntary staff shall have no responsibility or liability whatsoever to any person or organization with respect to any matter posted by any individual on the Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum, for the deletion of any such matter, for the content thereof, or for the banning, suspension or other sanctioning of any user from this Forum, or for the denial of an application to become a member of this Forum. The content and accuracy of any post are solely the responsibility of the member making the post. The Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum shall further not be responsible for references or links to other Internet sites or links contained on other Internet sites to the Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum or to the UMGF, or for the contents thereof. This specifically includes the CafePress Store for UMGF Memorabilia, which is not owned, operated or controlled by the UMGF but by Cafepress.com, an independent organization which markets, sells and ships the items contained in the CafePress Store and retains the proceeds therefrom. The sole function of the UMGF with respect thereto is to provide a link for the convenience of its members. By using, browsing or consulting this Forum, you consent to the foregoing terms as well as to the guidelines set forth in the Forum Guidelines and Feedback section and the general terms of use of Yuku. The exclusive venue for proceedings against the Unofficial Martin Guitar Forum, its members, trustees, officers or Administrators is the Superior Court, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and any such proceeding shall be governed by New Jersey law. No damages or monetary awards of any nature, including attorneys fees or punitive damages may be assessed against the UMGF, its members, trustees, officers or Administrators under any circumstances whatsoever.