For enthusiasts of early banjo
From the Phil Rice Banjo Instructor of 1858.
Yet another nice job! Will you be coming to Antietam next year with some CD's to sell?
Mark me down for one!
Thanks Al (see what you started?). Nah -- there's way too much better stuff out there... For example, I'm waiting for Mr. Weems' CDs.....
Yes, ditto...... But I'm thinking of putting a collection of songs together in the form of a PDF book.....even though I know it will never be compared to War and Peace!
Wait a minute! That didn't come out exactly right. I didn't mean to imply that the difference between you and Mark Weems was like the difference between me and Tolstoy! What I meant was...... if you and Mark bring CDs to sell at Antietam, I will make sure that I have enough cash on hand for both!
Me too!....putting nickels into my piggy bank now for buying all of you guys' CDs! ...and for Al's autobiographical pulp novel too! ;D
Did you play that on your gourd, Paul?
Love the quirky 'a-Ah' parts- they add so much interest and compliment the 'regular' parts.
"Down in Al a-Ah! bama"... ;)
Joe's rendition can be found here (2nd page) http://joeayers.tumblr.com/
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