Steve, I thought you did a great job on both the playing and the singing! Keep it up.
you done good! really atmospheric too.
The combination of your style of strummin' and singing have real nice "on the front porch of the cabin" feel it. Good job and keep 'em coming.
Patty -Thanks I'm not familiar with Red River Valley but but never one to duck a challenge I'll give it a go if its do-able N&DJud and JH thanks also.I took my version from one played on Banjo Manolin,Guitar and Bass.So I had to work it our for the MD. The track was actually entitled Salt Creek/Darling Cory so I'm not sure what I'm playing really but I kinda like it anyway even if my execution isn't quite as good as i'd have liked. My wife likes to say that when people say they play a different version they mean "you"(I) got it wrong! ha ha . Am I bothered? Am I ... well no.Trust me to have my first vocal effort posted along side Laura Elder's beautiful song. Talk about the beauty and the beast!!I am still struggling trying to play and sing/moan/warble but I guess its a case of 'keep practising'Thanks for listening
Nice one Steve, just a tad different to what I play, but I enjoyed it !
First go? No way! I liked the combo of the vigorous strum and the ballad feel of the vocals.
Steve, I think you have a nice voice and you did a good job. I would love to hear you sing Red River Valley