Genre: Bluegrass Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: A Tuning: EADGBE (Standard) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by Brentv, updated: 6/17/2009
Notes: Here is my attempt at a note-for-note transcription of Tony Rice playing Cattle in the Cane on his Church Street Blues Album. I have some slurs where I'm fairly certain he is picking every note but I just can't make it sound clean. Be skeptical of the exact timing of notes in the outro - I think I have a really good approximation to what is going on there but it is still not quite right. Comments and corrections are welcome.
Genre: Old-Time Key: D Tuning: EADGBE (Standard)
Posted by lcmac, updated: 5/21/2019
Notes:  Chords and bass runs for the fiddle tune, Christmas Eve, as played by Uncle Dick Hutchison with Kevin "Chris" Delaney on guitar. solo fiddle: "https://youtu.be/mWhBDCQQSMk?t=13m38s" (13:38) with guitar: https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/christmas-eve-1
Genre: Bluegrass Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by robin jones, updated: 1/10/2009
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Notes: This is Greg Morton's work. I just TablEdited it for us. Some of these are very challenging. Other not so much, so I labeled them as Intermediate. Have Fun!
Genre: Bluegrass Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: D Tuning: EADGBE (Standard) Difficulty: Expert
Posted by KI4PRK, updated: 11/17/2009 - 3 Member Comments
Notes: This is a version of Don Reno's famed flatpick number, "Country Boy Rock & Roll", which is generally deemed to be the first bluegrass recording *featuring* Lead Flatpicked Guitar. This version has two breaks, the first one being played by a single guitar (with 1 guitar and a bass backing up) and inspired by a break I saw on a video of Don flatpicking this tune with Bill Harrell. It is, unlike the original recording (also in D), played without a capo and instead using many rather difficult closed positions. The second break is unusual, being twin guitars with a second guitar playing harmony to the first one's lead, which is exactly the same as the first break. The lead breaks are fairly difficult, as stated before, as they have a lot of closed positions and playing out of barre chords. The harmony break is a little more difficult than the lead. Have fun!
Genre: Bluegrass Key: B Tuning: EADGBE (Standard) Difficulty: Expert
Posted by jameypittman, updated: 6/24/2010
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Notes: From the groundbreaking J. D. Crowe & The New South LP (die hard bluegrass fans will know this album simply by the record label's catalogue number: Rounder 0044). This is the only track where Ricky Skaggs sings lead. And although Tony Rice doesn't take a guitar break in the recording I always thought he should have. Therefore, I took it upon myself to correct this small oversight :-) You can find the YouTube video of me playing this break here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy1JlnonhXY A more instructive video that slows the break down can be found on my personal webspace here: http://home.comcast.net/~jpittman2/sandbox/CryinHolySlowMo.wmv Enjoy! Jamey Pittman - Flatpicking Instructor - Snellville, GA www.youtube.com/user/jameypittman www.flatpickerhangout.com/my/jameypittman http://flatpick.ning.com/profile/JameyPittman I offer online, personalized flatpicking lessons via Skype!
Genre: Bluegrass Style: Unknown/None Chosen Key: D Tuning: EADGBE (Standard) Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by KI4PRK, updated: 9/7/2009
Notes: Cumberland Gap, a two-part fiddle tune in D in the form AABBA2A (repeat). Played in C position capoed up 2. With Rhythm Guitar & Bass rhythm track.
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