Guitar style on a fretless, from the Converse 1886. This song builds a case for Frank Converse's ability to have been a staff writer for the TV and film industry, had it existed in his day. Fun song.

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Comment by Ray Jones on March 13, 2010 at 22:20
With all the rubbish and noise that is pushed out , assaulting our senses, over the airways these days, it is a real joy and delight to listen to these tiny gems on the banjo. Thank you to all the members who are learning and breathing life into these melodies from way back. You don't need a 'mute button' on this site.
Comment by Joel Hooks on March 14, 2010 at 17:39
Careful, guitar style is a slippery slope. Are raised frets in your future?

As always very nice, I enjoyed it.
Comment by Tim Twiss on March 15, 2010 at 15:49
I'm afraid to taste the fruit...I might end up liking it. I could never afford another musical crack habit.

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