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Episode 192 - Harmony
This episode is pretty long. Before you listen I suggest that you download a free PDF from my Patreon page. Just go to http://www.patreon.com/bradleylaird and then scroll down to the post called "Basics of Harmony". Download that free PDF then listen.
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In this episode I discuss how to you figure out who sings which note. I talk about how to get some spit and polish into your vocals. I talk about the standard bluegrass vocal trio "stack" and then explain how to do the other two variations of it. I also talk about how duets work. But, wait, if you order in the next five minutes!!... wait. I am starting to sound like an infomercial! haha Let me start again...
But, wait! I also present a bunch of audio examples by the best in the business (Country Gentlemen, The Osborne Brothers, etc.) to illustrate the principles and methodology of GETTING YOUR SINGING IN SHAPE!
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The music in this episode is:
Intro - Buddy Ashmore and Pony Express singing "Prison Walls" written by Randy Godwin. Buddy Ashmore (guitar and vocal), Bradley Laird (mandolin and vocal), Randy Godwin (bass and lead vocal), Mike Estes (fiddle) and David Ellis (banjo).
Other music - All music fully described in the audio of the episode.
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