It would seem that the lighting makes me look as if I had ascended into BANJOHEAVEN; fear not, though, for the reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.

Having finally healed my index finger and finished refurbing the old Dallas, here I am, butchering Frank Lawes' Syncopatin' Shuffle. Please forgive my mistakes, I only retook banjo playing a few days ago after a month of forced inactivity and I'm a bit rusty.

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Comment by thereallyniceman on July 16, 2011 at 12:46

Hey Mike,   I said it was hard!  Some of Frank Lawes' pieces really do put up a fight :-)

 

I noticed the  time shift at 1.27. I blame the aliens!   I see you are using bass solo from my manuscript. It works much better than a straight repeat don't you think?   Excellent performance particularly with your digital disability.  

Thank you for posting.

It is good to see you back!

 

 

Comment by Mike Moss on July 16, 2011 at 13:27

Indeed! Somewhere around 1.27, I was abducted by aliens (probably the same ones who abducted me in Ad Astra, not sure...) who brought me to their leader. When he asked me what I did on planet Earth, I answered that I was a banjoist, whereupon I was jettisoned from the starcraft!

 

I really like the bass solo as well, though it does have a few long stretches! I also altered the way I played a few other passages to make it a bit more like the version William Ball plays in the Humoresque CD.

Comment by Sylvia on July 19, 2011 at 19:44
Hi Mike, just listened to your Sync. shuffle,  great stuff.

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