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    me and mississippi were screwing around yesterday, and I got a little clip of a traditional bluegrass/mountain tune we've been working on. Slow start and fade ending cause we fucked up, but we had fun.

    "angeline the baker"

    http://www.nowhereradio.com/dtb/singles

    enjoy, and thanks.

    dtb

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    Enjoyed it!

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    Cool stuff. Nice to hear the variety. Man, do you sleep with that guitar in your hands or what?


    twist

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    That was fun.

    You is must all be from dem der hills in Kentucky huh?

    Very nice.
    John


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    Wow! I love that bass sound! Who was playing? How'd you do it?

    Earl

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    yeah. I liked it. recording was clean with a lot of air in it. Sounds very natural. By the way, I think you are having maybe too much fun! (Can I come over and jam?)

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    Ding Dang DTB!!

    Your mp3's always have so much life, fun and frienship to them. Reguardless of the recording quality (which is solid and getting better) or purpose, I always dig your tunes.

    Solid folks attract solid friends and your friends all sound damn solid.

    Thanks for the peek at your jams.........


    Theron.

    Why can't I spell??????????!!!!!!!!!?????????

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    Pretty awesome sounding...........great intimate recording

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    Excellent recording and playing.Being from the south I cant help but be a bluegrass fan even though I was raised on rock n roll.

    Good job.

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    First off, you're all invited any Wed. night, or anytime for that matter. We have the greatest time getting wasted and picking.

    Smoke, thanks.

    twist, no, I don't sleep with it, but I have been known to get up in the middle of the night to make sure it's still there. he he hehe
    thanks.

    Jag, naw, but I went to school in Kentucky for a couple years. Thanks my friend.

    Earl, it is so refreshing to hear another bluegrasser posting here. I love listening to all the types, styles, of music in the clinic, but b.g. is my fav. The bass is not a bass. It's a little rythum machine with bass sounds. It has a handful of acoustic bass sounds. You just tape the buttons. I just use it when the bass dude is m.i.a.

    crawdad, like I said, anytime. And fun, yeah, too much fun. Thanks.

    theron, thanks dude. It's a hoot to be able to listen to our tunz. I still remember the times when I used a boombox recorder. The ability to record my/our music with a decent recorder, and play it back thru a decent sound system, has improved my own skills as a musician. It's the greatest hobby. Except for golf. he he he hehe

    pw., thanks friend. For the listen.

    Kramer, I think it's the acoustic sound that really draws me to bluegrass. When you hear someone like Tony Rice get that tone and sound from a piece of wood, it just makes my hair stand up.

    Thanks guys. Glad ya'll enjoyed it.

    dtb

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