After a long day searching for Hink who gone missin' in the jungle Randy decides to treat the boys to some banjo while sitting around the campfire. Randy loves his companions like brothers and knows they have earned a good earful of Banjo, then it's back to searching for young Hink.
Song - "Down Home Rag" by the Heftone Banjo Orchestra
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I think it's time we blow this scene. Get everybody and the stuff together. Ok, three, two, one, let's jam!
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My tribute to "Tank" on tenor banjo, acoustic guitar, and harmonica.
This was a lot of fun! I love the Trailer Park Boys. Definitely will be doing more stuff like this in the future. See you all back at Sunnyvale.
5 string open back banjo
Original Trailer Park Boys video:
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Pewdiepie with banjo, guitar, gut bucket, and washboard. The thing no one asked for.
Obviously Dolly Parton wrote this one. I'm a fan of all singer songwriters and Dolly is a great example, although country is not really my thing.
If you've watched any of my other videos you will have realised by now I have a very short attention span and tend to get bored after about a minute so I rarely play songs all the way through, just one verse and chorus and bridge if there is one.
I don't know much about banjos I got this one (my only one, although I do have a banjolele) about 10 years ago and instantly developed a bad case of trigger finger on both hands requiring operations and some recovery time. So I never really got round to playing it.
Also the scale length is so long, even compared to a full size guitar, that you feel like your fretting hand is in the next room. I do think banjo suits this song so I have given it a go.
cover song to John Denver's classic Take Me Home, Country Roads - By The Petersens (LIVE) you can find all of their videos on that other site or buy cd's and a video of their Branson show they do weekly in the summer at the I-MAX theater. https://www.petersenband.com/
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I used to think this song was naive, but now I understand the wisdom in looking for the positive in every situation.
song written by George Weiss and Bob Thiele
song made famous by Louis Armstrong
Here is an improvisation on my Deering Maple Blossom 5 Banjo. I just played whatever came to mind to a 4/4 120 bpm metronome then started adding drum tracks via my Roland Handsonic. The drums include cymbols, shakers, bongos, conga and some gourd shakers. I also added a marimba to act as a sort of bass tone in the background. The final track is on my Taylor 12 string with a direct signal from the piezo dot pickup into Bias Fx 2 on a really slow rotary effect with delay and reverb. While playing the 12 string I tried playing just the lighter pair of the strings to get a higher pitch sound to harmonize with the banjo.
The overall mood is positive in the major scale and kind of reminds me of the start of a brand new day with a bright sunset. Thanks for listening :-)
I finally decided to give some attention to my Deering Maple Blossom 5 banjo. I just played whatever came to mind to a 6/8 80bpm drum beat I programmed in Superior Drummer 2 using the Nashville ezx library. This was mostly an experiment on how my banjo would sound with effects added to the direct recording in Bias FX 2. I also blended the acoustic recording to bring out the original banjo voice more.
Thanks for listening :-)
I first heard this song from Woody Guthrie and later Clifton Hicks. Apparently there are some 'racist' or edgy lyrics that were sang previously, I have no idea what they are, and it is not my intent to repeat them, my only intent is to show love for my own people. I think a lot of us can relate to this one...
So here is one for all y'all lonesome hearts. It is sort of by chance that this has been where my head is at when I decided to start putting stuff out... trust me there's a lot of joyful, happy music to come too.
I spent ridiculous hours fiddling with software to make my image here, and my video on Vegas... which crashes so often it's disgusting! Changes needed! And I thought it was going to be simple!
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God Bless you.
title: Why I Hate Niggers
performer: Moon Man
beat: "Short Banjo Song" by Lyon & Healy
written by Moon Zombie
album: Moon & Mars
This song was added to the Moon & Mars album without the knowledge or permission of its main producer, a homosexual jew called Tiedle.
Banjo-Kazooie is a platform video game developed by Rare and originally released for the Nintendo 64 console in 1998. It is the first game in the Banjo-Kazooie series and follows the story of a bear, Banjo, and a bird, Kazooie, as they try to stop the plans of the witch Gruntilda, who intends to steal the beauty of Banjo's younger sister, Tooty, for herself.
This song started out as an improvisation on my Deering maple blossom banjo. Later I added a few percussion tracks with my Roland Handsonic. I also added a zither track via swar plug and my midi guitar. About midway through the song I added an electric guitar track on my Paul Reed Smith hollowbody 1. Overall the fast paced nature of the song reminded me of someone trying to beat a deadline. Thanks for listening :-). #banjo
Tuning is FDGCD. I learned this version of the popular traditional tune from the living legend Lee Sexton, of Letcher County, Kentucky about 15 years ago.
The vintage banjo is signed by the late Dr. Ralph Stanley and the late Mike Seeger. I never asked Lee to sign it-I was humbled enough to be his friend...
Re-uploading all my old videos from YT, mostly video game music I remixed years ago. I hope you all enjoy them!!
JonTron taks a look back at Banjo Kazooie - Nuts and Bolts.
The game that shattered an era finally comes to justice.
Thanks to Plasma3Music for JonTron Remixes: http://youtu.be/627y_39Y7QQ
Thanks to Jose Dieck for Select CGI sequences!
SPECIAL THANKS TO MAH BUDDY GEORGE GRAHAM!