Janene Millen

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Streets of Laredo


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:04:12
description:
on mountain dulcimer; C-G-C tuning
Janene Millen
12/03/18 12:21:07PM @janene-millen:

Joyoussinger--thank you very much!!

 


Joyoussinger
12/02/18 01:36:56PM @joyoussinger:

So beautiful! 


Janene Millen
11/26/18 03:45:30PM @janene-millen:

Terry, thank you! Glad you know and like this song.


Terry Wilson
11/26/18 07:50:50AM @terry-wilson:

Nice.  Real nice.  Love this song. 

Thank you.


Janene Millen
11/25/18 05:12:22PM @janene-millen:

Thank you Geckostar!

Ariane, my German was never very good...I had forgotten "haut".  The expression American's most often use is "Goose bumps".  I have heard some people (probably not American) say "goose flesh" ...I only knew haut as being "skin".  The "Gaense" is obvious.  It gave you "goose skin". Not so difficult to figure out giggle2

 


Geckostar97
11/25/18 01:34:02PM @geckostar97:

Very, very nice and beautifully done.


Ariane
11/25/18 12:38:02PM @ariane:

Janene - which expression do you use in English?  I was not sure 😊


Janene Millen
11/25/18 11:55:38AM @janene-millen:

Thank you all for listening. Would love select a few more cowboy songs for campfire songs as we camp quite a bit. Trying to get my husband to pull out his harmonica.  Ariane, I thought I understood "Gänsehaut"  but had to look it up to be sure.  Thanks so much smiler


Alan Thompson
11/25/18 04:09:22AM @alan-thompson:

Wonderful as usual thank you so much for posting.


Ariane
11/25/18 03:42:23AM @ariane:

I always get "Gänsehaut" when I hear your beautiful and touching singing and playing, Janene. 

 


Paula Brawdy
11/24/18 06:12:07PM @paula-brawdy:

I love to hear you sing.... you have such a nice voice!


Janene Millen
11/24/18 11:46:34AM @janene-millen:

 

Feeling nostalgic for some old west songs.

Streets of Laredo – Cowboy’s Lament

 

I just watched the Netflix movie by the Coen brothers, “Ballad of Buster Scruggs”, and if you like the quirkiness of the Coen brothers, you might really like this anthology of old west stories.  Music is always a big part of their productions (the first tale is practically a musical) so I was inspired to re-visit “Streets of Laredo” which I’ve been playing for a long time, but I think I originally learned it from a Stephen Seifert tablature book, "Cowboy Songs".  I was influenced by Marty Robbin’s version of the song, in my choice of verses.  Tuned to C-G-C