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Vuci Mia Cantannu Vai

09/25/13
I was watching the Italian TV series 'Il Giovane Montalbano' 'The Young Montalbano', which is showing in the UK at the moment. I was ...

There Ain't No Sweet Man Worth The Salt Of My Tears

09/20/13
I recorded this as a guitar instrumental some time ago, but thought it would be fun to sing the words and add in a little tenor guitar. ...

Happy Feet

09/19/13
'Happy Feet' was a song from the 1930 movie 'King of Jazz', was sung by the Rhythm Boys Harry Barris, Al Rinker and Bing Crosby with the ...

My Girl

07/30/13
This was recorded by the Temptations in 1965 and written by Smokey Robinson and Ronald White, with lead vocals by David Ruffin. I'm playing ...

Bye Bye Blues - Variations

07/15/13
I've played 'Bye Bye Blues' many times - mainly in duet format, either with myself doubling guitar or with another musician - but I have a ...

September Song

06/30/13
I've loved Kurt Weill's 'September Song' since I first heard it on the radio as a small child, sung by Walter Huston father of John. I was ...

Tea At Five

06/25/13
Just a little bit of fun in 5/4 time, played on my Martin in the key of G...

I'm Coming Virginia

06/14/13
A song composed by Donald Heywood and Will Marion Cook and recorded by Ethel Waters in 1926. I first heard it by the Paul Whiteman ...

Happy Days And Lonely Nights

06/12/13
A 1928 classic by Billy Rose and Fred Fisher, recorded by Ruth Etting in that year. Played in G, it fits nicely under the fingers with just ...

Dardanella

06/10/13
This great old tune was written by Felix Bernard and Johnny S. Black to words by Fred Fisher in 1919, and it became immensely popular. I ...

Fingerbuster

06/07/13
I first learned this tune over 40 years ago, and I still come back to it from time to time to get the fingers loosened I was taught it by a ...

Playing The Tenor Guitar (CGDA)

06/04/13
This is basic guide to playing the tenor in standard CGDA tuning. It shows the relationship of the tenor guitar to the mandolin and viola, ...