Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Bill Cheatham

Bill Cheatham. The 'B' part on this one has always given me fits. I can fake it, but playing it the way I want it to sound is tough when it's fast. Hopefully these tracks will help.

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  1. What an insanely wonderful site. Thank you for putting this all forward. Keep it coming please!

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  2. Thank you for this Dave. As it happened with Cherokee Shuffle, your backing track has been really useful for me to practice this tune on the banjo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TRzG6zYpVw#t=13

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  3. Nice picking, Raul! That last break is especially sassy.

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  4. Dave,

    I can't tell you how much this site has helped me! I hope you're not too "burned out" to add some new tunes.

    Best wishes,

    Dave in Nashville

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  5. Dave love your site. could you put a backup track for " Old Ebenezer Scrooge?

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  6. Dave I've been looking for a lot of these backing tracks for a long time, this site is a ton of help thanks! If I was going to add another track, it'd be The Shenandoa Breakdown. Can I use these tracks for some hot pickin youtube vids? I'll tear it up and give you credit.

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  7. You're welcome. I'm glad you find them useful. You can absolutely use these as a YouTube backing track. Thanks for crediting this blog for the backing track.

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  8. Oh, Shenandoah Breakdown. I'll try to get to it, but I'm moving pretty slow lately. Family life has been busy.

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    1. No problem there is already more than enough material here to keep me busy for a long time, I'm just being greedy. Texas Gales and Alabama Jubilee are good ones too. I'll have Dixie Hoedown and Red Haired Boy posted soon, had to re learn in the key of A and I like it better that way, thanks!

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  9. Dave - I have heard there is some concern that you may not have permission to post John Moore's work. Might want to look into that, just to make sure.

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    1. Hey, thanks for the heads-up. I'll try to get in touch with him and see what he thinks. If anyone has a good email address, let me know?

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