>Eric Thompson & Alan Senauke-Two guitars


Here’s one of my favorite flatpicking guitar album. It was recorded in the mid-eighties by Eric Thompson and Alan Senauke, two fine Bay area musicians from the bluegrass-old-timey scene. The interplay between the two guitars in this record is excellent and they made a fine selections of rare tunes, fiddle tunes of course, but also irish, finnish and greek tunes. Here’s my rip from the lp:http://www.mediafire.com/?lhzwzyzm3zz

Published in: on October 22, 2008 at 7:52 pm  Comments (5)  

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  1. >Sounds very good.Please I am not such an expert as you are.What are the differences between the tunes?

  2. >Hello Barak, i’m not an expert as you say but i read liner notes and as a musician i can feel that a tune is american, european or something else…

  3. >I wish I had that talent.

  4. >brilliant post. many thanks. two fine musicians and friends of jody stecher as well.to answer barak- try to imagine how you would dance to each piece. that will at least give you a feeling of what style of music it is, and then you can learn by association; greek music sounds like this because they do this kind of dancing to it…

  5. >Brighton Blues!! What a beautiful melody. Thanks for sharing your music, Gadaya!

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