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A Doc Watson inspired piece.Although some obvious double entendres leave the interpretation to the listener.
New strings and an old song. Saw the Staple Family Singers do this live in the late 60's.
Bm,A,E,then an inside chord progression. Rafting on the Suannee River. Overarching trees gave a tunnel/canyon feel.
I was recording some warmup stuff. A bird landed outside and contributed a counterpoint of his own.
The odd chord I use is a D diminished 7th.
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The 99% has found its voice. I grew up in the 60's when music was a part of the protest movement.
The 99% has found its voice. I grew up in the 60's when music was a part of the protest movement.
The 99% has found its voice. I grew up in the 60's when music was a part of the protest movement.
The 99% has found its voice. I grew up in the 60's when music was a part of the protest movement.
New strings and an old song. Saw the Staple Family Singers do this live in the late 60's.
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Written by Greg Connor
Completed 1 minute to midnight on February 29th 2012. RPM, we are win! Sandbags took some of Savage's homemade stems and grew this in the closing hours of the RPM Challenge.
This is Mark's First adventure into Song Writing Big Legged Woman -- Written by Mark Imsdahl Mark's alonetone site: http://alonetone.com/imsdahl Mark Imsdahl -- Harmonica Greg Connor -- Dobro read more
Celebrating a lifetime of music Terry Brown / TerrySongs http://alonetone.com/terrysongs/tracks ** I originally recorded this with a drum track, borrowed from another alonetone member, but the creator of the track never responded to my…read more
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A Doc Watson inspired piece.Although some obvious double entendres leave the interpretation to the listener.
Nightmoth said

This version ROCKS! Rock on!

New strings and an old song. Saw the Staple Family Singers do this live in the late 60's.
Gene Eric Mann said

Great job – you give this old number a fine feel. Especially enjoyed the vocals – you give the song a bit of a haunting chill. very nice picking – excellent!

The 99% has found its voice. I grew up in the 60's when music was a part of the protest movement.
Justin Otter Guy said

This song tears me up. The picking is gorgeous but the lyrics are so emotional, it really pulls on my heart strings. One of the very best Political Folk songs ever.

The odd chord I use is a D diminished 7th.
Gene Eric Mann said

That sure is a purty song! Love the diminished 7th. You sure can pick a guitar – Rock on!

A Doc Watson inspired piece.Although some obvious double entendres leave the interpretation to the listener.
Gene Eric Mann said

Picking-wise, perhaps the best rendition of this song I’ve heard, but the Darlings did sing it sexier! ;)

I grew up in a time when folks knew how to do stuff.Hunt for the next meal,find your way out of the woods if you got lost,fix the car when it wouldn’t run right,write and play music that trigger memories and associations.Stay true to your core values.



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