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BigMickey

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Thought I would try something a little different, a tune not from the songbook of American standards.  Steely Dan's "Deacon Blues." Took some liberty with the overall form.  Also looking forward to doing something a bit more creative with the ending.

Hoping you and loved ones are remaining healthy and safe.  As always, would really enjoy hearing your music as well.  It's surprising that we are gathered here in this forum for our love of all things Ted, and guitar music in general, yet there is limited contribution and exchange of Music.

Hey, what the heck do I know? 😃

Peace.

DaveAnno

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I enjoyed that, great tune. Thanks for posting! [cool]
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Michel

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Hello,

It's good except ... the ceiling spots 😉 (they tire the view) [biggrin]

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BigMickey

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Michel

Thanks for listening.  Those spots are there to distract viewers from the face.  [biggrin]

Post something we can listen to!  Big or small, long or short.  

All the best - Mickey
BigMickey

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Originally Posted by DaveAnno
I enjoyed that, great tune. Thanks for posting! [cool]


Dave - appreciate the listen and the comment.  Steely Dan tunes have some interesting changes to play with.  Interesting to conceive of them as solo guitar pieces.

Consider posting a piece of playing for us to listen to.  Why not?  

regards - Mickey
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