The more you play the guitar the better you'll become and the more fun and enjoyment you'll have. When I asked Rev. Gary Davis when and how I should practice on my guitar his answer was clear. He told me to play first thing in the morning and then last thing at night. He said I should keep my guitar out of its case so that I could play it whenever I wanted. The message was to play and enjoy yourself.
This collection of blues, jug band tunes, rags and novelty songs should present you with hours, weeks, months and even years of enjoyment and challenges. The arrangements vary from easy to difficult.
The tunes presented include: Going To Germany, Walk Right In, My Money Never Runs Out, Cocaine Habit Blues, KC Moan, Stealin', Stealin', You May Leave, Mississippi River Waltz, He's In The Jailhouse Now, Show Me The Way To Go Home, Guitar Stomp, Mississippi Blues, Blues For The Mann, Shine On Harvest Moon, Creole Belles - March & Two Step, The Teddy Bears' Picnic, Nola, Dallas Rag, At A Georgia Camp Meeting, St. Louis Tickle, Mabel's Dream, Powder Rag and Silver Swan
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