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It’s all gone quiet again! here’s a favourite of mine Sam Stone
An original piece from John W I Shall Dance Again
Recorded a little banjo medley in G for you to sing or play along to Medley in G
Where is everybody – surely the banjo didn’t drive you away! Hope not ‘cos here’s some more: The Cuckoo
Here’s the answers to Ian C’s Folk Quiz
Danny liked this Bohemian Rhapsody parody
A bit of bottleneck from me: Walkin’ Blues
Here’s Ian C with a Steve Knightley song : Where There’s A Will.
Mike L thought you might find the Folk on Foot festival interesting Folk on Foot
Another offering from me: Waltzing’s for Dreamers.
Ian C has been playing with his looper Looper Loo’s
I’ve been playing with the Beast with two necks Lap Steel Medley
Here’s a John Prine song for you Donald & Lydia
And a bit more Richard Thompson Vincent 1952
Me again. This is a minor blues. Well actually it’s in F minor not A minor. Come to think of it it’s quite important and well-known in the blues canon so it’s a bit daft to call it minor but then again it’s not major. St James Infirmary Blues
Some rural silliness from Martyn The Tractor Song
Further lunacy from Martyn Another One Rides the Bus
A bit of Blind Blake for you on a Sunday afternoon Police Dog Blues
Here’s one from Danny New York Gals
This one from John B who describes it as a Beautiful, sensitive song.
A nice piece from Ian C John Harrison’s Hands