East Tennessee Rag - Tasty Licks - Anchored To The Shore
Label: Rounder Records - 0120 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass
Remember Me? Results 1 to 22 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Not sure if this is the right place for this, but I thought I would share a recently recorded track from a new CD of mine that should be finished early this spring. We twin on the last time through and he plays the rhythm guitar. This is my first time recording something somewhere other than my bedroom. By the way, do y'all call this a "blues" or a "rag"?
Attached Files 02 East Tennessee Rag. Trying to get my hands to do what I hear in my head The following members say thank you to dawgmike94 for this post: mandolinlee. You two sound great!
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Thanks for the mandolin info as well as the song. East Tennessee Rag - Tasty Licks - Anchored To The Shore appreciated here. I call them "raggy" tunes.
Sounds really really nice! I wish you the best with your new album. Cheryl, i've heard it called that, but i've also heard it called the E. To me it sounds more like a rag, but i guess the Farewell Blues is kinda like that too.
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I haven't had it for long, but I think I like it's sound. I have also heard this tune called the East Tennis-Shoe Blues, but I think that was probably in jest. Good variations there. Great tone and timing. I also know it at E T Blues, though it's obviously got much more of a "Rag" feel to it than a typical "Blues".
Killer tone. Maybe turn up the right channel a bit? Thanks for sharing. Re: My Version of the East Tennessee Rag Let me first say that I really enjoyed East Tennessee Rag - Tasty Licks - Anchored To The Shore tune, and appreciate the musicianship it takes to play it so well.
But as one of those cantankerous "Old Timers" both in musical style and now approaching it chronologically I do want to inject a link to Charlie Bowman of Gray Station TN playing this with his band "Al Hopkins and the Buckle Busters" on a recording. Still recognizable, but much varied. Again, congrats, and well done! Jim Sims " Amateurs practice until they get it right - professionals practice until they can't get it wrong.
I don't practice. Shortymack, I believe I shall increase the volume on Virgil's mandolin. It sounded pretty good in studio, but the more I listen the more I think it could go up some.
That version was really great! Smooth, clear, and clean Thanks for letting me know both who wrote it and the real name of the song. Really liked how you and you teacher swapped leads and the variations, verse to verse. Thanks, again. I'm hoping that I can finish by the spring; recording gets looong Originally Posted by tmsweeney. All times are GMT The time now is pm.
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