Here’s a showcase of a few mandolin videos I especially like. It shows a bit of versatility.
Below I play part of the tune, “A Tear for Eddie.” Ween has been a favorite band of mine for years, and just this year they called it quits after a long great run. My sadness is outweighed by all the great times I had at their shows. Here is my own eccentric sacrifice to […]
I have recently been exploring classical music arranged on the mandolin. Here is me playing Bach’s Bouree on one mandolin.
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.
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.
When I read about other plectrum players out there I am interested in knowing how they get “their” sound. So here is a list of the current gear I am using to get my live tone as well as recorded sounds. I play a Taylor 310ce guitar that my father handed down to me. It […]