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John A. Russell


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Norfolk, UK
Post  Posted 13 Jan 2020 9:37 am    
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Hey All

I have done a lot lately to bring folks attention
to great PSG Players

Now I want to feature "Mark Dunn"
Mark is a fine player of both necks, many would
have seen him in the Telonics room in Dallas.

I have been watching Mark's Youtube video of The Great John Hughey's, "Lost In The Feeling".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dz7P5ZNp7Qk

I was amazed to see only 7 comments on this great performance.

With Mark's permission, I am offering the full tablature, virtually note for note, Chord for Chord, of this Video.

Anyone wanting a copy and have a go at this song, leave a comment on the Youtube link above.
When you have done so, PM me that you have left a comment,
along with your email address and I will send it to you.
Offer open till the 27th of this month.

Kind Regards

J.R.
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Carl Kilmer


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East Central, Illinois
Post  Posted 13 Jan 2020 12:41 pm     "Lost In The Feeling" Mark Dunn
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Many thanks John. That is beautiful playing for sure.
I've tried to learn it but, guess I'm just too old. Laughing
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Mark Dunn


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Post  Posted 13 Jan 2020 3:53 pm    
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Thank you for those kind words John, and your hard work compiling this tab and all the other tabs. I’m sure your tabs help all sorts of players play and enjoy making music.

The great John Hughey’s work on this song was real class. We were certainly blessed to have a talented of such magnitude show us how steel guitar can sound.

Many, many thanks to all those who comment and use the tab - Hope you have fun with it!

All the best Mark
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John A. Russell


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 4:45 am     Wow
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Wow
What a quick response.
J.R.
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Dennis Brion


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Atwater, Ohio USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 6:18 am    
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That was excellent, so good had to check out more vids! If you want to be impressed even more watch next video "think I'll just stay here and drink" I am just learning and love Merle Haggard songs and Mark absolutely kills this song!!!!
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Charlie Hansen


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 9:24 am    
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Mark Dunn is an excellent player and John has captured it perfectly.
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Dave Meis


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Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 10:26 am    
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I don't see ANY comments, and there's no way to leave a comment.. Question
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mtulbert


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Plano, Texas 75023
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 3:24 pm    
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Same as Dave

I see the comments but can not add one of my own. Would love the tab though.

regards,
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Mark T


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Carl Kilmer


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East Central, Illinois
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 4:37 pm    
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Just go under where you see this.
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COMMENTS • 17
Where see you this:
Add a public comment...
just click on it, then you can post.

You may have to LOG IN for that to show. Question
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mtulbert


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 5:28 pm    
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Dont see it here unfortunately
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Mark T


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Carl Kilmer


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 5:59 pm    
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Lost In The Feeling - instrumental
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Published on Sep 25, 2016
Written by Lewis Anderson, recorded by Conway Twitty and released in 1983. Featured John Hughey on pedal steel. Recorded using: an Infinity Pedal Steel Guitar, fitted with a Telonics 409PWT pickup - Telonics FP-100 Volume Pedal - Telonics TCA-500 Combo. Many thanks to Matt Cantwell for helping with the drums.
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Dave Meis


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Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA
Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 8:26 pm    
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I get "...helping with the drums", then nothing under that..no comments, no show more comments...I've left comments before, so I know how it works.. just no way to do it here.
I really enjoyed his version! 😁 I've listened to his stuff over the years and I like his playing! And thanks to John for his efforts over the years!
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Ian Rae


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Redditch, England
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2020 4:00 pm    
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I listened to a couple of others too - I like the sound of the Zum Steel. Do you still have it, Mark?
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Mark Dunn


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Suffolk, England
Post  Posted 15 Jan 2020 4:23 pm    
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Oh yes! ... and use it. I love the lower mid tone of a Zum, and the mechanics, awesome!
Hope the Telonics Rig is sounding good.... I imagine you have the sweet spot nicely dialled in now Very Happy
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KENNY KRUPNICK


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Grove City,Ohio
Post  Posted 19 Jan 2020 7:59 pm    
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Mark, Do you have the tabs for Crazy Arms C6 as you played it with David Hartley?
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Mark Dunn


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Suffolk, England
Post  Posted 20 Jan 2020 2:09 am    
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Hello Kenny
I‘ve personally not tabbed out parts from those sessions with David. All of them were just a bit of fun. Most times we’d have no idea what we were going to play until minutes before recording the video. On occasions I’d just be picking up a CD or something and David would say, “get on that steel Mark”. And off we’d go! Playing with David and John Stannard was always a hang onto your hats experience! Very Happy
Mark
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KENNY KRUPNICK


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Grove City,Ohio
Post  Posted 20 Jan 2020 3:08 am    
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Mark, I like and enjoy your playing as well as the David Hartley/ John Stannard playing . Very Happy
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Larry Dering


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Missouri, USA
Post  Posted 20 Jan 2020 9:14 am    
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To add along with the many comments here, I have watched all Marks videos and enjoy the tone and talent he displays. I also watched all the Dave Hartley videos with as much pleasure. We are lucky to have such giving great players take time to record and share their talents.
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