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Episode 104 - Homebrewing a Jam Session

While I brew a batch of apricot ale I discuss how you can start your own jam session. The world needs more bluegrass jams and you are just the person to take of the reins of power in your own little bluegrass jamming fiefdom.

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NOTES AND LINKS FOR THIS EPISODE:

The Mandolin Handbook

Where I get my brewing supplies.


The music for this episode is:

Intro - Buddy Ashmore and Pony Express singing Prison Walls written by Randy Godwin.

As segue music I used an old gig tape of Shady Grove played by Super String Theory. I am on mandolin on that one. I also used a bit of a Bach two part invention played by myself and Roland Alston; and I closed with a bit of a tune I wrote called "Hardball" played by Cedar Hill.

 

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