Slate Creek Dulcimers

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Prodigal Son


Artist:
Genre: Folk & Singer-Songwriter
Duration: 00:04:21

Description:
Traditional- Dock Boggs version Played on a Sow Hogfiddle Tuned EBd

Slate Creek Dulcimers
05/05/20 11:39:50AM @slate-creek-dulcimers:

Thanks @Steven-Berger I'll have to check out that version!
Thanks @Robin-Thompson I've loved this song for years but I could never play it just the way I wanted.
Thanks @Dulcinina Let me know if you need any help.
Thanks @Gordon-Hardy and you're welcome!


Gordon Hardy
05/05/20 10:27:50AM @gordon-hardy:

Bobby this is so fine! I'm so glad that you sang to your accompaniment. The story of unconditional love and the reaction of those who have plenty to those in need is so overpowering. Thank you!


dulcinina
05/05/20 10:26:54AM @dulcinina:

Good job, Bobby.  I don't know this song but would like to learn it.  Nina


Robin Thompson
05/05/20 09:11:11AM @robin-thompson:

This is so good, Bobby.  Your singing together with the sound of that Hogfiddle is just right.   

The lesson of being truly humble, the lesson I think the father wanted both sons to learn, is an important lesson for each of us.  


Steven Berger
05/05/20 05:01:24AM @steven-berger:

Wow, Bobby! Now I'll have a hard time deciding which version I like better, yours, or the one by Rev. Robert Wilkins (made famous by the Rolling Stones)! shrugger