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In Episode Two Pat and Patrick Costello talk about chords and share war stories from trying to teach basic musicianship in the art of Old-Time Banjo.
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Old-Time Banjo Without The Bullshit is now on Spotify so that we can stick a playlist at the end of the show. Patrons can download MP3 files of the first and second half of the show without the playlist. https://www.patreon.com/Patandpatrick
A new episode of Keys to the Highway! Pat and Patrick spin some of their favorite records. Blues from Champion Jack Dupree, a truck-driving song by Red Sovine, Charlie Walker singing the single most messed up song ever written, and much more.
A quick play-along with the Johnny Cash classic, I Still Miss Someone.
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A while back I started working on a book with the working title White Belt. The idea was to explore my experiences in karate and music the way I used philosophy in my training.
It’s a good idea, but I kept running into the problem of having to explain the various disciplines. Talking about karate is useful in a general sense, but it is difficult to relate if you have not spent years in a dojo.
Banjos? Phooey. Banjos are even harder to relate to.
The Tao of Poo and Zen in the Martial Arts are both entertaining reads, I am a huge fan of both, but the authors derailed their works by trying to explain the unexplainable.
After trying a few things, pacing like a caged lion for long periods and beating my head against the wall, I told myself to take a break and make biscuits.
The How and the Tao of Buttermilk Biscuits will be finished in the next few months.
Over on our new Patreon, sponsors can take a peek at the first few paragraphs of a late draft. I have some more work to do before I hand it off to Dear Old Dad for his edit.
Read the preview here: Sneak Preview of The How and the Tao of Buttermilk Biscuits
After a short test a few days ago, the new music podcast from Patrick and Dear Old Dad is here!
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I knew about Bob Ross teaming up with rich scumbags to launch a painting show that was a complete ripoff of his mentor, William Alexander. I knew that nearly all the paintings from the show are sitting in storage.
Of course there was more. It was only a matter of time before the people fighting to profit from Bob’s work would ruin what was left of his image in the battle.