@Wiseraven2000 I'm glad you liked our porch music-- thank you for the kind comment!
This is nice in the days of rap electric guitar and everything else synthesizers and all that nice to get down to basic music and I love your style
Thank you for the nice comment, Anne!
That was lovely!
I especially love the smiling. You two are so obviously having a wonderful time while playing this fantastic tune. The timing quirks are terrific in this tune.
Your hometown should be made aware of this composition, really.
Wow Robin! Another great song from you guys! I really love listening to the two of you. Fantastic job.
Wow,Robin. I could listen to that all day.
Robin, that is a pretty tune. I'm glad you and Mark did a video. I haven't seen you post one in a while. Music sure is a great stress reliever. I have to say there sure are some interesting names for towns and places in both Ohio and West Virginia. Makes me wonder what the people were thinking about when they were naming the towns
great to see you and your husband making music again Robin! Well done!
Robin I liked it, you two need to start putting these songs on a CD for us all to buy. Keep making sweet music.
What a joy hearing this, and seeing your two smiling faces too!
Beautiful loping melody and I love the syncopation between the two instruments, and crooked-y phrases. The tune sends this message- keep charting a steady course, ride the unexpected waves together, and you'll sail on through.
Robin, that's such a calm, soothing melody. And you have such a patient manner of playing. Nothing ever feels rushed or anxious. Nice job! It looks like Mark was in a drop D tuning, no?