Re: [Harp-L] BLUEgrass
Charlie does some great bluegrass back up harmonica on early Dolly Parton bluegrass tunes....
From: steve@xxxxxxxxxxxx <swebb@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: harp-l <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wed, Jan 19, 2011 1:10 pm
Subject: 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
> teen I
> 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
> bring my
> 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
> what I
> mean check out our version of Kentucky Waltz on our YouTube site and
> hear a straight up blues solo over that classic bluegrass standard.
> Come to
> 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
> To: harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx
> Hey! That's my kinda music! Thanks muchly ...
> Bob Loomis
> Concord CA USA
> Trip Henderson wrote:
> "The Whistling Wolves are on the air . . . well, we're on YouTube
> anyway. We
> just signed up for our very own site and have posted several
> from the Jalopy Theater in Brooklyn. here you go . . ."
> Trip Henderson
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