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Re: Come and play! (reply)
Thanks
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johnhva

04/19/15 9:58 PM
Re: Come and play! (reply)
Nice one
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Jamada

04/19/15 5:43 PM
paradise cover...critique please (topic)
https://soundcloud.com/bluesguy1963/paradise-1-cover Looking comments/critique...thx
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daq

04/19/15 4:32 AM
Come and play! (topic)
Ev-rything's A O K !!Come and Play
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johnhva

04/19/15 3:45 AM
Another homegrown track....Shake Sugaree (topic)
My band Switchgrass's take on this old Elizabeth Cotton tune.....http://chirb.it/zghl3E
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mikerofone

04/18/15 4:08 PM
Re: 1931 OM-28 backing photos of the English countryside (reply)
Excellent!
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AkWingnut

04/18/15 3:57 PM
February Flurry (topic)
Original tune composed watching snow flurries come and go outside a window.Glad they're gone now!February Flurry
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johnhva

04/18/15 12:57 AM
Re: Big River - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
hello Tom...sure appreciate you checking out these vids! He really was amazing...we take 3 passes at each tune for audio and video purposes and every take his playing was just amazing - made it hard to decide which take to keep! thanks...
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maplebaby

04/17/15 11:29 AM
Re: Big River - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
Awesome Dale. JD realy is amazing on these songs. Tom
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tammuz7000

04/17/15 1:32 AM
Salt Creek on Adi-topped HD-28v (topic)
New to the forum. This is a clip from a few years ago. That's my MFG HD-28v Adi. 
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Citypicker

04/16/15 6:19 PM
Re: Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (reply)
Thank you man. I appreciate your taking the time to listen.
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ThemisSal

04/16/15 12:32 AM
Re: Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (reply)
I like it Sal. A lot of soul. Do you take requests? LOL
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wielywillyg

04/15/15 7:46 PM
Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (topic)
I have been trying to learn harmonica, and this song just seemed fitting. I did change the chords just a tad, and I hope you like it...https://soundcloud.com/sal-from-chatham/blue-eyes-cryin-in-the-rain
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ThemisSal

04/15/15 4:08 PM
Get Rhythm - Lexington Lab Band (topic)
For our 12th Episode LLB covers a true American icon - Johnny Cash. A member of both the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Country Music Hall of Fame his impact on music is undeniable We've picked four of our faves and have our guest...
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maplebaby

04/13/15 3:01 PM
Re: Big River - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
thanks Rick...very nice thing to say and sincerely appreciated sir! your friend, dale
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maplebaby

04/13/15 2:59 PM
Re: Big River - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
Just enough attitude without going over the top. Very tasty indeed Rick
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RICKRN

04/12/15 1:51 PM
Re: Big River - Lexington Lab Band (reply)
Thanks so much Bill...greatly appreciate this post & thanks for sharing your time & love of music with us! your friend, dale
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maplebaby

04/11/15 10:39 AM
Re: 1931 OM-28 backing photos of the English countryside (reply)
Wonderful - thanks, Todd: This guitar sings!
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fichtmueller

04/11/15 9:45 AM
Re: 1931 OM-28 backing photos of the English countryside (reply)
Nicely done!
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JBAZ3500

04/11/15 7:08 AM
Re: 1931 OM-28 backing photos of the English countryside (reply)
Todd, Wonderful work. The tune is enchanting. Glorius sounds for the wonderful scenes. You did well in mixing the scenes and transitions to the shifts in the piece. I'm viewing this at the end of day and it's very soothing....
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willysunday

04/11/15 2:08 AM

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