good voice, guitar and tune.
@jackmerlot: Hello? I think I'm in the right place, but there is nobody around right now?
@raven: Caw! Never-more.
@jackmerlot: Well a fat lot of good you are. Can you say anything else, or are you one of those greasy, diseased birds with no conscience?
@raven: Kra-Kaw! Never-more...never-mind...he's here!
@mingus: And I suppose you're wondering what you'd do, for a lifetime subscription to Ernie Ball's Bass Strings of the Month club, & a signed copy of the Black Saint & the Sinner Lady?
@jackmerlot: Hey, wait a minute. A guy that kinda looked like you gave me this card. *pulls out business card, printed on heavy bond stock with slightly raised monogram letterpress printed on it*
@mingus: Ah, uh, yeah. I mean, Ah Um.
@raven: Kraaaakkow! RED-RUM!
@jackmerlot: Hey, thanks a lot for meeting me, but you're not actually the guy I meant to meet here.
@woodyguthrie: May I help you?
He's standing in a State Fair Kissing Booth about 20 yards from @crossroads.
Do you wish to trade business cards with Woody Guthrie? ( y/n )
Aww, man. My cousin's youngest just turned one; his name is Arlo. I never axed my cousin if they named him after Arlo Guthrie, but I guess in the back of my mind I always assumed they probably considered that when they named him.
"This Machine Kills... Fascists." written in Sharpie marker on Woody Guthrie's acoustic guitar.
Love the minor / finished triad movements
Some skiffleheads I know dig this real well.
Creaky ol' Wurlitzer warm & inviting
Sounds a little Dylanesque, love it.
Loved this version.
Surprising how one song can be played in many different ways and still retain it's individuality.
Well, Gumbo Ill follow you any where
Alone tone needs more of this a few less mixes Faved
Oh, my this is great stuff!
You got a real sound here. More more more
Hey Stu, people are asking if you're gonna be RPM-ing this year. Hope so!
All those guest comments from the last few years and from me. So I won't add to them...apart from to say, I agree with Guest.
I tell my students to keep things simple—couple o' chords, not to many notes, and just tell a good story. That's what makes a best songs. This fits that definition.
I love pure folk tunes like this. Nice work.
a lot of joy here!
good to hear
very good man
Jeez. Fabulous. Makes me wanna jump up and down and bash my head off the ceiling!
Solid as an effing ROCK!
that's the good stuff!
Playing again only louder!!
Love it! fabulous eerie harmony!
haha - glad I finally got to this one! Schweet!
that transition into 6.15 is gorgeous.
thankee fer listening - there has been lots of music in my life this last year but not much writing. That'll come. maybe february ...
lovely is it a theremin?
Beaut! I love how you nailed the slow and lazy and slightly manic feel for the band.
Dilly dally ay!
Love it! Such great imagery in this one and my favourite of these three vignettes
Would you like a cup of tea?
.. and so you should, Tess. the pair of ye came up with a cracking tune that was a joy to cover.
Happy Birthday Woody! 100 years ago today!
that's a damn nice groove and that totally rare thing - a believable vocal! faved
Wicked harmony! makes a nice song special!
Great drum guitar sound. Solid. The vocal is a little swamped but what the hell - rockin'