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Midnight Moonlight Live from Matilda’s

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Here is one track from The Heel Toe Express live show last Saturday night. Patrick Haynes playing Stand-up bass myself on mandolin, Andy on guitar, Jody on banjo, Ellie on Fiddle, and Ian on drums. This is a cover of a Peter Rowan song I first heard him play with Old and in the way. I’d like to thank Patrick’s younger brother and his friends from Nautilus for recording the audio here, and the video that is soon to come.

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Don’t Take it too Bad

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

I have enjoyed playing songs written by Townes Van Zandt since the first time I heard him. He does not waste a word or chord in his songs. Simple, true, timeless, often bittersweet or downright sad music. Here I play one track with guitar and vocals and a mandolin track.

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Chord solo tribute to the Tips

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

A few weeks ago my friend Brent taught me the melody to a song him and his band members in the Tips wrote. The Tips are a phenomenal roots rock band out of Charleston, SC. Like most musicians I forgot the title of the song and the lyrics but the beautiful melody stuck in my head. Here is a recording of me on one acoustic guitar playing a “chord solo,” type arrangement of the song. I am hoping to get Brent to record over this track. My song might be nothing like their original idea, but ideas like songs change over time and with the addition of more viewpoints.

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Salt Creek

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Arranging traditional fiddle music for other instruments like guitar and mandolin is challenging and fun. Salt Creek also known as Salt River is an old favorite around bluegrass jam sessions. On this recording I am playing 2 guitar parts and one mandolin part, also I attempt it at the speed I have heard Doc Watson record it. This is a speed I am becoming more comfortable playing at, but still, those changes come quick!

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J.S. Bach on Mandolin

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

After listening to some old recordings of mine I decided to upload my interpretation of J.S. Bach’s Bouree I. It is not without mistakes, but then what would I have to work for. This recording is me playing one track of mandolin. Even with sparse instrumentation, Bach’s music is full, colorful, complex and interesting.

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Jackson’s Reel

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

Here is an Irish tune that lends itself nicely to Guitar. For you musicians out there I used drop D tuning to get the drone sound. It helps “Jackson’s Reel,” sound a bit fuller on the arrangement played here by me on one guitar, one take.

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“Picky” My morning project

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Here is an original composition of mine. It’s two mandolin tracks by me. At the time my Guitar was getting a tune up. Nothing too sophisticated going on, no lyrics, just some easy listening I had in my head. The title is ironic on many levels. More to come! Here is Picky.

picky

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Sweet Carolina

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

Here is another track from the Heel Toe Express recording session. It is a Ryan Adams song that Andy sings really well. I like that it is one of the more dynamic songs we cover.

Sweet Carolina

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I Know You Rider

Friday, January 21st, 2011

After a fun and successful night in a friends home studio we recorded 14 tracks. You’ll hear Me (mandolin, vox), Alan Mabry (fiddle,keys,vox), Andy Morrison (acoustic guitar,vox) and Patrick Haynes (bass,vox). Patrick also plays every other instrument hes ever gotten his hands on. Just not on this recording, next time! Also, thanks to Jason Chapman for recording and mixing. Here is the first of many tracks to come.

I Know You Rider

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Duet for Mandolin

Friday, January 21st, 2011

Myself and Andy Morrison composed an instrumental tune in an afternoon and recorded it. The title kind of says it all.
Duet for Mandolin

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