My BAHA (bone anchored hearing aid) sound processors are nonfictional. I am just about deaf again.
By popular demand.
A batch of blueberry cupcakes and a loaf of honey wheat bread ready to go in the oven.
Somebody needs to convince a flour company to sponsor me like Martha White did with Earl Scruggs – and Earl couldn’t bake like I can!
Released in 2000 on CD ROM, this workshop with Pat and Patrick Costello takes you from basic frailing to Patrick’s more advanced approach and ends with a play-along jam session.
You can find tab for the songs in the video in The How and the Tao of Old-Time Banjo.
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My friends are rocking live!
Just some fun with a three-chord song.
Join us for the next meeting of The Wednesday Night Banjo and Donut Marching Society. The Song of the week is Secret Agent Man!
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Secret Agent Man Em Am Em There's a man who leads a life of danger Em B To everyone he meets he stays a stranger Em Am With every move he makes another chance he takes Em Am Em Odds are he won't live to see tomorrow. Chorus: Bm Em Bm Em Secret agent man, secret agent man C B Em They've given you a number and taken away your name. Beware of pretty faces that you find A pretty face can hide an evil mind Ah, be careful what you say Or you'll give yourself away Odds are you won't live to see tomorrow. Chorus Swingin' on the Riviera one day And layin' in the Bombay alley next day Oh no, you let the wrong word slip While kissing persuasive lips The odds are you won't live to see tomorrow. Chorus
If you are unfamiliar with Johnny Rivers:
He’s still cool, by the way:
Bully of the Town.
Key of G. 4/4 time. It’s just G, C and D. The Em and Am are used to walk to the next chord.
Note the third string at the third fret. Again, this is not hard if you have control of the basics.
Don’t learn this from tab.
Yes, I look rough. I had four broken teeth cut out of my head yesterday.