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Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book #658979
01/28/11 06:53 AM
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My new article is a review of Pete Seeger's How To Play The 5-String Banjo. You can read it here Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book Review . Let me know how you like it. Thanks!

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Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: Sabira - Musician Editor] #658995
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Excellent article! I love those folk songs. Can you post a picture of what a horse hat looks like? Keep up the good work Sabira!

Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: lovely_rita] #659019
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Originally Posted By: lovely_rita
Excellent article! I love those folk songs. Can you post a picture of what a horse hat looks like? Keep up the good work Sabira!

Thank you Lovely Rita! Lol! That hat is long gone... but maybe I can find something similar and post a picture.

Cheers!

Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: Sabira - Musician Editor] #661185
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I didn't used to enjoy the sounds of a banjo, but I'm noticing that more and more I am loving its unique sound!


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Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: Deanna - New Age] #661348
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Originally Posted By: DeannaDreams/Spirituality
I didn't used to enjoy the sounds of a banjo, but I'm noticing that more and more I am loving its unique sound!

I love its brash, sparkling cheerfulness. You can be singing "Goin' down the road feelin' bad... I ain't gonna be treated this a' way!", and the banjo makes it feel like a happy song!

Have you listened to Bella Fleck And The Flecktones?

Cheers,

Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: Sabira - Musician Editor] #661626
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Okay, I just youtubed them! Flippen' AWESOME!! They sound so Celtic LOL!! Of course they were doing Loch Lamond ;D

You're right - the banjo is so bright, it just always sounds happy!

I think I just took issue with it a long time ago because of Deliverance :::urrrr::::

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Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: Deanna - New Age] #661658
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Originally Posted By: DeannaDreams/Spirituality
Okay, I just youtubed them! Flippen' AWESOME!! They sound so Celtic LOL!! Of course they were doing Loch Lamond ;D

You're right - the banjo is so bright, it just always sounds happy!

I think I just took issue with it a long time ago because of Deliverance :::urrrr::::

Lol! Check out Sinister Minister-Flecktones. This was the first performance by them I saw. After that, I had to see them whenever they came to SD. I am going to look for their version of Loch Lomond. I've never heard it!

Cheers!

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OMG! Awesome bass solo! And they have a pirate!!! That's so cool!


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Re: Pete Seeger's 5-String Banjo Book [Re: Deanna - New Age] #661665
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Originally Posted By: DeannaDreams/Spirituality
OMG! Awesome bass solo! And they have a pirate!!! That's so cool!

That is Victor Wooten on Bass, and Futureman (his brother) on Drumatar! :-)

Cheers!

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Pete Seeger gained immense appreciation and respect around the world by being true to himself. His humanitarian messages, expressed in songs and narrative, are still powerful inspirations for constructive change. And he brought the traditional music he loved into the forefront, so it would never be lost.

What can we learn from this?


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