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    "Pishdaramad-e Abu-Ata" by Esmail Zarrinfar

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    New original song from Friday playing along on my recent Big Muddy MW0. Just learning mandolin, but having fun with it. Mike made a beautiful mandolin.

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    "Pishdaramad-e Segah" by Hosein Esma'ilzade
    This piece is in Dastgah-e Segah, which features a quarter tone as the tonic.

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    Remote choir recording

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    I really loved this mandolin - probably should have had it speed-necked and shaved it to fit me better instead of selling it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0p7kltozd_4

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    Just got a setup, and I thought the mandolin was sounding pretty darn good!



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    Fine playing and a great sound from that Duff, Amanda. I especially like Kentucky Waltz.
    I'm playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order. - Eric Morecambe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda Gregg View Post
    Just got a setup, and I thought the mandolin was sounding pretty darn good!
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    Great playing!
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    Excellent tone Amanda!

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    Here's a little attempt at Miles Davis's "Nardis" on a Weber Black Ice Octave and a Weber Yellowstone Mandola, I think the two compliment each other nicely. I love the sparseness of this tune, inspired by Tony Rice's versions with John Carlini, Todd Phillp's, Darol Anger, Jerry Douglas and from his Mar West Album with Wyatt, Todd Phillps and I think its Mike Marshall on that one.

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    All he does is sit around an play the Mandolin"

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    Really pretty and great job TM ! Awesome pair of 8 strings there!

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    Thanks, Frank. Well done.
    I see that's Elmore James's song. I associate with Chuck Berry's "Live at The Fillmore Auditorium."
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    Robert Johnson's mother, describing blues musicians:
    "I never did have no trouble with him until he got big enough to be round with bigger boys and off from home. Then he used to follow all these harp blowers, mandoleen (sic) and guitar players."
    Lomax, Alan, The Land where The Blues Began, NY: Pantheon, 1993, p.14.

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    A quick take on "Coming Down from Green Mountain" off of the new self titled Watchhouse (fmr. Mandolin Orange) album just released yesterday. Played on my Muleskinner Instruments guitar bodied octave mandolin.



    I tried to learn the melody best I could listening through the tune a time or two...but want to tighten this one up because the song is about Green Mountain Bluegrass & Roots Festival, a festival that is real important and close to my heart (I am the festival artist session videographer).

    If you haven't heard their new album yet, I highly recommend digging in this weekend.

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    One Iranian/Persian song in Mahur (similar to Western major):


    And one Welsh song:
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    Sorry, not performing much yet with mandolin, but here's my Logan Custom Tele


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    Here I'm doing Long Black Veil with a friend I used to play with somewhat regularly (B.C.) but this is the just the 2nd time in a couple weeks we got together and I demonstrated my fledgling, mad mandolin skills . Working on switching from a guitar strummer to chop chords - fiddle tunes are a work-in-progress - thanks to Mike Marshall's mandolin course I started back in May.

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    My first YouTube upload! Playing Wohlfahrt violin etudes on my Eastman.

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    A Turkish song from the time of the Ottoman Empire, composed by by Cemil Bey (1873-1916):

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    Been trying to write some melodies and fiddle tunes for an upcoming project and messing around on my Muleskinner Instruments octave mandolin. I sent a voice memo recording of this tune to a friend and he said "oh yeah that sounds a little like X tune". I think he was being nice and what he actually meant was "it sounds like a slightly slower and less technical version" haha. Back to the drawing board...the challenge of writing instrumental tunes is not ripping off already existing ones I suppose!
    Anyway, posting here anyway because I love this GBOM and I heard from a little birdy that Andy is gearing up for a new batch of A styles soon. Excited to see what comes off his bench next.


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    A Dylan tune - backed by my wife on guitar, her first time on the other side of the mic.

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    When I should have been learning more fiddle tunes and, especially, figuring out how to improvise for the past month, I found a way to do something else - just like I always did in school...

    Anyway, lots of work to do yet, but doing this (not the first take!) kept me from what I was supposed to do for almost a whole day . Here's my mandolin stab at bourée 1 & 2 from Bach's 3rd cello suite (BMV 1009).

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    Ordale Waltz. This is a beautiful Shetland waltz I just had the pleasure of learning. Thanks for listen!

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    A video of me playing with my band, Headin' Home Bluegrass at a festival recently. So much fun!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4T-0xGRqJU

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