Carl Anderton
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The Times They Are a Changin'.

Started May 4, 2011

We're broke!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Sylvia May 4, 2011.

Accompaniment Playing.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Jeter Jan 26, 2011.

 

Ragged but right.

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Joel Hooks replied to Carl Anderton's discussion Death of S. S. Stewart.
"???  I never met the guy.  So I can't say I know anything about his personalty or demeanor. Facts are-- He was 24 when he started his music store (just a kid).  Just married around the same time, he soon had two sons and was a…"
Dec 1, 2015
Tony Thomas MFA Black Banjoist replied to Carl Anderton's discussion Death of S. S. Stewart.
"You mean Stewart wasn't as kind, soft hearted, easy going and tolerant to you as he was to me."
Dec 1, 2015
Joel Hooks replied to Carl Anderton's discussion Death of S. S. Stewart.
"I don't understand Tony?"
Dec 1, 2015
Tony Thomas MFA Black Banjoist replied to Carl Anderton's discussion Death of S. S. Stewart.
"Joel,  perhaps you might have a different impression of the man than I do! LOL knowing Stewart's easy going, tolerant, layed back and relaxed, non-judgmental, non-money grubbing approach to life, no doubt his family mourned the lost of a…"
Dec 1, 2015
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The Lone Star Quickstep.

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I was misled.

I was misled. That is a quote for Stephen King's "The Stand," I can't remember exactly where or from whom, but some guy had just been whacked by the devil and his last words were "I was misled..."



I spent the bulk of my years in the banjo world playing exclusively in the bluegrass style. And I enjoyed it immensely, no doubt about it. I used to read everything I could get my hands on about Earl Scruggs and the development of the banjo style. Everything I read told me the… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2009 at 21:30 — 5 Comments

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At 22:50 on January 2, 2009, Dave Houle said…
Thank you Carl. Keep up those incredible videos!

Dave
At 23:49 on January 2, 2009, Trapdoor2 said…
My pleasure, Carl. Thanks for creating this network. Although I really enjoy Stroke Style, I'd say Classic is my favorite-among-favorites.
At 1:20 on January 6, 2009, Ray Jones said…
Carl, do you have the notation for Riverside Schottische? Seeing as you are from Kansas, I have Kansas Jig with the 3rd Part by Ellis. Usually you only find it wiith 2 parts.
At 6:35 on January 6, 2009, Ray Jones said…
Many thanks Carl. Ray
At 20:02 on January 6, 2009, Ray Jones said…

On the subject of 'haunted', how about this. I found this page from a Diary dated 1899 and it shows where a bloke bought some banjo strings from another bloke named R. Jones. Now that's really Spooky. Ray
At 14:06 on January 8, 2009, Trapdoor2 said…
Hi Carl, yes, I believe I tabbed it out last year. I haven't been near my home computer in a week (we've been doing a bunch of cleaning and it is buried at the moment) but I'll check for it tonight. ===Marc
At 13:52 on February 1, 2009, Carey Harwood said…
Thanks Carl -
I've just started some research and a cd on Horace Weston and found this group - fantastic! Look forward to participating.
At 17:23 on February 2, 2009, Carey Harwood said…
Thanks a ton Carl -
It's been kind of slow going but I hope it'll be done this year. I'm having to squeeze it in between making a living with guitar. Its hard to find recording people that don't want to make it sound like a bluegrass banjo - I get a lot of puzzled looks in the studio.
I think I saw a post on here that said you collected old music journals - I'm looking for a library somewhere that has some copies of Gatcomb's Banjo and Guitar Gazette. The Library of Congress has it on Microfilm but I'd love to be able to look at some actual issues. You ever gotten your hands on any of these?
At 7:44 on March 28, 2009, Ray Jones said…
I really like most of Mr. Weidt's work. He is probably my favourite composer. As the Advert slogan says, " Do it right, with A. J. Weidt "
At 10:06 on December 1, 2009, Ray Jones said…
Hi Carl
With the festive season drawing near, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for creating the Ning site. I am sure that everyone who has contributed and learned from it, appreciates the fun that we have all had over the past months. So to you and all the members, Merry Christmas and have a safe one. Ray

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