View Full Version : Bluegrass

jim simpson
Feb-02-2006, 7:13pm
A while back there was a thread about is it good to take your mandolin on the beach. Answer: Yes
Here is a shot with friend/former band mate Beth Mead on banjo and my then young son. This was at the Jersey shore early 90's.

Doug Edwards
Feb-03-2006, 8:05am
Nice photo. The lady in the background seems to be enjoying it.

I usually look for frowns and folks with their hands over their ears as a sign of how we sound. http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif

Feb-03-2006, 8:14am
banjo break = wave break

Nice photo, can't wait for OBX in the summer...

french guy
Feb-03-2006, 9:15am
Nice to see summer exist always .
It's foggy and cold here today , not a good time to play outdoor.

jim simpson
Feb-03-2006, 9:44am
"The lady in the background seems to be enjoying it". - Doug

She did come over and ask about the mandolin. My wife took notice! It was at that moment that I realized the mandolin really is a chick magnet! Just what a married guy needs!!

jim simpson
Feb-03-2006, 9:50am
Sometimes the background of a picture is more interesting as Doug noticed. The image is a little fuzzy but inspiring!

Feb-03-2006, 4:54pm
D major augmented" would be my guess...

Loren Bailey
Feb-03-2006, 5:01pm

Feb-03-2006, 5:16pm
"Great artists need lots of,....inspiration"-(source:forgotten!) http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/mandosmiley.gif http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif