Sourgrass And Granite

  1. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    Another tune I first heard at Carp Camp during the Winfield, Kansas Walnut Valley Festival many years ago.

    Composed by Brian Pickell

    Photos courtesy of Google

    Mandolin - Collings MTO
    Guitar - Larrivee SD50

    abc Notation:

    T:Sourgrass And Granite
    C:Brian Pickell
    FE |: "D"DA, DF Ad | "A"c3d eg | "D"f2 d2 A2 | "G"B3G D2 | B2 Bc d2 | "D"F3G A2 \
    |1 "Em"Bc d2 F2 | "A"E3G FE :|2 "Em"Bc d2 EF/E/ | "D"D3c de |: "Bm"fB Bc df | \
    "A"eA AB ce | "G"d2 c2 B2 | "D"A3F D2 | "G"B2 BA FA | "D"D2 DF Ad |1 "E9"f2 fe df | \
    "A"e3c "D"de :|2 "E9"f2 fe "A7"dc | "D"d6 |] \
  2. Frithjof
    Another nice recording. Sounds relaxed, Robert.
  3. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    Thanks Frithjof.
  4. Simon DS
    Simon DS
    Nice one Robert, I like the Bm change in the second part and the E9 too. Thanks.
  5. John Kelly
    John Kelly
    Nice one, Robert.
  6. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    Also very nicely played. Not quite as "pretty" as the pretty one
  7. crisscross
    Very well played and the mandolin sounds fine! ( The guitar also sounds very good...)
  8. crisscross
    Thanks Robert for introducing this nice tune to SAW!
  9. Ginny Aitchison
    Ginny Aitchison
    Both very nice pieces by Robert and CC. Robert has brought home a few good songs from that camp. You better go next year and get more.
  10. Robert Balch
    Robert Balch
    Well done as always. This one never seems to get old.
  11. Bertram Henze
    Bertram Henze
    Cosy and pastoral versions both, though I suspect the name of the tune might hint at an overdone steak with an overdressed green salad
  12. crisscross
    Thanks Ginny, Robert and Bertram!
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