For enthusiasts of early banjo
Rick Ceballos and Matt Witten playing early banjo tune from the minstrel era
Wow, this is really good. Love your Juba. Pompey is great, too. Very creative, very artistic.
I keep coming back to this clip. It's really nicely done! Music distilled to its essence...
I agree. I hope Lucas shows up this year at AEBG with his Djembe. Even though some combinations of percussion and banjo are not period "correct", it is great fun to experiment. This music BEGS for rhythm. In the spirit of our Minstrel forefathers, we should boldy go where no one has before...
Yes, you guys played wonderfully. I wish there was more of this sort of thing on here,,, rather than endless discussions on whats dot perfect. you play when some just talk
Talking is fine.
Playing is fine.
Sometimes hashing out those details paves the way for others.
I agree Tim, it just that most of the guys who want to argue and set their standards ,, have NO vids!
for me and others to be here standing here bare,, playing, learning & making vids ,, of what we are accomplishing, however good or bad,,,, and saying "heres what I got" and others who arm chair, critiquing just gets old..
No one shoot me here,..but I have been playing this song on the....FIDDLE..dun dun, I did a spot recording playing the song on my banjo, then added the fiddle along with some tambourine. This song does lend opportunity to little percussion accompaniments. Similar to Whoop Jamboree.
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