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basilh


From:
United Kingdom
Post Posted 7 Feb 2010 10:48 am     Reply with quote

Hi John, this is the better way to post links:-
"Making Plans"
It save the listener having to scroll to an unknown destination and then remember what they were looking for Laughing Laughing
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richard burton


From:
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Post Posted 7 Feb 2010 11:09 am     Reply with quote

Let's see if I can do that Shocked
Born To Lose
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 7 Feb 2010 11:35 am     Reply with quote

Thanks Basilh, I'm a little behind on this computer technology. Anything I can learn is a big step for me.
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 11 Feb 2010 10:22 am     Sweet Dreams Reply with quote

Thanks Charlie for inserting my at home efforts on "Sweet Dreams" utilyzing one of John Hughey's tracks. Looking forward to the Dallas show.
Bill Stafford
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 11 Feb 2010 2:31 pm     Reply with quote

Excellent work Bill on that classic Sweet Dreams and a fabulous job on Unforgetable, I love those big band classics.
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 17 Feb 2010 3:20 pm     Blue Hawaii Reply with quote

Charles has posted my "Blue Hawaii",played in E 9th and C 6th.
Come Listen, Thanks Charles
Vernon Hester

http://www.etsga.org/steelguitarplayers.htm
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 18 Feb 2010 2:31 am     John M Reply with quote

Hi, and thanks John. Sure is good to hear from you. Enjoyed the Phoenix show and your performances. Our steel guitar future is in most excellent hands in yours. Keep up the good work. Your professional stage performance and playing is second to none. Glad to have met you.
Bill Stafford
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 18 Feb 2010 5:59 am     Reply with quote

Hi Bill. I'm sorry but I'm not the same john that is a professional steel guitarist, I'm just one who plays as a hobby I wish that I could hold the title of being a professional and it is because of great steel guitarist like you who have inspired me to play.
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Bill Stafford


From:
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Post Posted 22 Feb 2010 4:51 pm     Two Johns Reply with quote

John, that was a very honest mistake on my part and now our steel guitar world is in better hands with the two of you in it..So, it all turns out just right in the end.
So humbled that you like my efforts. Thanks so much. Will you be in Dallas? If so, look me up. Bill STafford
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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 1 Mar 2010 6:44 am     Reply with quote

Hi guys,
Tilley posted my rendition of 'Born to lose'..... A little bit of a blues angle in there.
Hope you like it.
Regards,
nic
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 4 Mar 2010 7:49 am     Reply with quote

Excellent arrangement of Born To Lose Nic and that guitar has a fantastic tone to it. Great sounding backup music to.
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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 4 Mar 2010 8:06 am     Reply with quote

Hi John,
Thanks for your kind words! Smile Appreciated!
That recording was done using my 1970 P/P (D10), fitted with George L E66 pickups. (Not the steel in my avatar).
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 5 Mar 2010 7:09 am     Reply with quote

Howdy folks. Charles has posted my song for this month, it is a gospel tune called Curch In The Wildwood. I used the John Hughey backing track and I'm playing both the steel and the dobro on the song. Click here to listen http://www.etsga.org/playersongs.html
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 9 Mar 2010 4:29 am     Charles T Reply with quote

Charlie, your dedication to this site and our music is most appreciated. Thanks for inserting my efforts on a version of the standard steel guitar song- "Steel Guitar Rag". Tommy Williams is featured in this one and you will her Duke Dumas on bass. Pleasure for me to have been in this session with those great musicians. For those who might be interested, this version was played in Eb and Db.
Thanks Charlie, see you this weekend in Dallas.
Bill Stafford
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 9 Mar 2010 4:41 am     Steel Guitar Rag Reply with quote

Bill Stafford,

Wow!!!!..
Vernon Hester
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 6 Apr 2010 2:22 pm     Reply with quote

Charles Tilley has posted my song for April. It is "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" I edited a midi file to use for my backup music. Thank you very much Charles for having this website and for being a great help to all the steel guitarists here.
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Bill Stafford


From:
Gulfport,Ms. USA
Post Posted 6 Apr 2010 2:40 pm     Vernon H Reply with quote

Vernon, just saw your posting here. I had fun with that session. Tommy Williams on fiddle and recorded that at Breeden's Studio in Nashville. Duke Dumas on bass on this session. I tried to play that ole standard a little different and in two keys-Eb and last times around in C#. So proud you liked it. Thanks.
John, M., will go give a listen to your playing one of my favorite songs..
Bill Stafford
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 8 Apr 2010 10:26 am     September Song Hold You In My Heart Reply with quote

Hi Guys.
Charles has posted 2 more of my tunes.September Song and I'll Hold You in My Heart. Use 2 guitars on the tunes.Can you tell me which is the MSA?? or Zum??.
You have a 50/50/ Chance of being right.
Enjoy
Vernon Hester
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 8 Apr 2010 12:28 pm     Reply with quote

I'm just gonna guess Vernon that you used the MSA on September Song and the ZumSteel on I'll Hold You In My Heart but I am sure about one thing...they both sound great with excellent tone. Thanks for sharing.
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 9 Apr 2010 2:26 am     Vernon Reply with quote

Thanks John for the nice comment.
MSA "Hold You In My Heart"
Zum "September Song"
Over equalize on September Song (Track is not clean).
Vern
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Nic du Toit


From:
Milnerton, Cape, South Africa
Post Posted 22 Apr 2010 11:12 am     Gene Jones ...September song..???? Reply with quote

This sounds more like a stab at "Misty".....>>> Confused
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Gene Jones


From:
Oklahoma City, OK USA, R.I.P.
Post Posted 27 Apr 2010 2:50 pm     Reply with quote

Thank you for bringing the error to my attention. To correct my mistake I am posting another song and calling IT "Misty". Smile
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John H. McGlothlin


From:
Raton, New Mexico
Post Posted 4 May 2010 2:09 pm     Reply with quote

Charles has posted my song for this month, its one of Micky Gilley's songs called "Thats All That Matters".
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richard burton


From:
Britain
Post Posted 11 May 2010 9:10 am     Crazy Arms Reply with quote

I've nicked Mark Dunn's backing track and done a laid back version of 'Crazy Arms'

Thanks to Mark for the track, and to Charles for posting my tune on his site Very Happy

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Derrick Frank


From:
Berkshire, England
Post Posted 1 Jun 2010 11:11 am     Reply with quote

Bent Romnes wrote:
Hi Charles,

I have a file I would like to send to your site but it's in the WAV format. Can I send it and have you convert it to MP3? Please advise.
Thanks Bent

Hi Bent, go here and download a free file converter,slim.
http://www.nch.com.au/index.html
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