RE: [Harp-L] BLUEgrass
I loved Kentucky Waltz... that is the style of harp I have been trying
to do. Note I said "Trying". I want to take a little blues, a little
Charlie McCoy and mix in a little of me and use it for country/bluegrass
music. Sometimes it works better than others. Right now I'm
experimenting with country tuning and with Brendan's Powerbender.
Last Sunday I was at a little musical gathering with a jam circle and
the singer/guitarist nodded at me and said "help me out" and took off
with Milk Cow Blues.... I had tried to learn that a few years ago off a
Mike Caldwell tape.. darned if that didn't pop out of me and it turned
out pretty well. I guess you never know what might happen if you just
Steve Webb in Minn... where the temp is headed into the minus 20s in
the next 24-48 hours.
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 2:57 PM, Trip Henderson wrote:
Hey Bob, thanks for listening. I, like many on this list love to play
and spent a good decade and a half playing amplified "Chicago Style",
chasing that holy grail of tone - and had a great fun doing it. As a
started playing old time fiddle music, folk and social music on the
harp and have now come full circle. What's cool is that I get to
Chicago chops to this acoustic music and in the case of artists like
Monroe there's lots of blues in his grass. If you're curious to hear
mean check out our version of Kentucky Waltz on our YouTube site and
hear a straight up blues solo over that classic bluegrass standard.
think of it, there's not too many blues waltzes, hm?
Trip Henderson ~ NYC
From: Robert Loomis <ukulelebob39@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [Harp-L] Re: Whistling Wolves
Hey! That's my kinda music! Thanks muchly ...
Concord CA USA
Trip Henderson wrote:
"The Whistling Wolves are on the air . . . well, we're on YouTube
just signed up for our very own site and have posted several
from the Jalopy Theater in Brooklyn. here you go . . ."
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