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    Default A Good Gal Singing, A Large Orange Gretsch, & Some Mediocre Mando

    Here area couple of unedited clips of the SE Arizona centered Grasslands Band playing. It is Rana Tucker on guitar. my son Clay on large orange guitar, and myself on C# Old Wave. I know there is a lot of down time between songs but I guess that is the price you pay for no rehearsals and no set list. We are comfortable with it. There is some John Prine, Billy Joe Shaver, and Hank Williams here. I am sure all these videos will "go bacterial" shortly Thanks for watching. Jim Koweek

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28x6...2YnsDl&index=5

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ6L...2YnsDl&index=6

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    Is that you on mando? A Sprite? Can't go wrong with Billy Joe Shaver. Great job!
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    Thanks Don, Yeah that is me on mando. It is an Old Wave, some of Bill Bussmann's handiwork. Most night we do some Billy Joe, Townes, and Guy Clark.

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    Default Re: A Good Gal Singing, A Large Orange Gretsch, & Some Mediocre M

    Great songs. Where are you?

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    We are in SE Arizona in the Sonoita area. That in the grasslands about an hour or so southeast of Tucson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimKo View Post
    Thanks Don, Yeah that is me on mando. It is an Old Wave, some of Bill Bussmann's handiwork. Most night we do some Billy Joe, Townes, and Guy Clark.
    Bill makes a fine 2 point mandolin. I have one of his octaves. Should have thought of him. Love Billy Joe, Townes and Guy Clark. If I ever get down that way, I hope you'll be playing somewhere.
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    Keep up the good work.
    I recently finished a new homemade 4-song EP of original solo acoustic songs; (sorry, no mandolin content this time). If you are interested in a FREE copy, feel free to send me your address via Private Message, and I will be glad to send you one. Trust me, it will be worth the price!


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    Don, you are welcome to sit in anytime you are in the area.

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