For enthusiasts of early banjo
Two from Frank Converse's banjo instructor of 1865 - the "yellow book".
Great combo Paul!
It's funny how the B part of BeeGum feels like it's cut short and missing a beat or two, but it's not.
For anyone who doesn't know what a 'bee gum' is- they used to cut down a gum tree (eucalyptus, sour gum, sweet gum) that had honeybees living in it, and they'd take the 4 foot section with the bee colony and stand it up like a hive and put a boards over the top, and they'd have a crude beehive, called a bee gum. Later meaning a trunk section hive from any kind of tree. http://ncmuseumofhistory.org/portals/7/images/Online%20workshops/Ge...
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