Sue Rogers posted on May 02, 2011 17:23
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING IF YOU PUT YOUR CAPO ON THE 5TH FRET!
In 1946, Benny Bell released his three highest-selling songs...
Mike Cox posted on May 01, 2011 16:25
TO PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING, PUT YOUR CAPO ON THE 4TH FRET!
Prine's song about an assortment of miserable people who writ...
Sue Rogers posted on April 29, 2011 16:18
“Waltzing Matilda”: Slang for travelling by foot with ones things in a Matilda (bag) slung over ones back.
Gordon Thomas posted on April 29, 2011 16:13
TO PLAY ALONG WITH THE FIRST VIDEO, PUT YOUR CAPO ON THE 2ND FRET
Pete Seeger was quoted as saying “I had been reading a long n...
Sue Rogers posted on April 28, 2011 18:42
Sue Rogers posted on April 28, 2011 18:36
You can play along with The Beatles using the FULL version in GCEA tuning!
In 1965, "A Hard Day's Night" won the Beatles the&nb...
Sharon Baird posted on April 23, 2011 14:46
"Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)" is a classic Irish-American song originally written in 1913 by composer James Royce Sh...
Sue Rogers posted on April 17, 2011 15:25
Last song of the old "Pig and Whistle Show"
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Sue Rogers posted on April 12, 2011 22:50
ON BUG NIGHT WE'LL USE THE (G) SONGSHEET!
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE FIRST VIDEO USING THE (C) SONGSHEET. Remember that instead of [Dm7]...
Fiona posted on April 12, 2011 22:31
This is another of those songs which many people believe to be a traditional Scottish song, but like so many songs popularised during the 1960’s...
Sue Rogers posted on April 12, 2011 22:22
Background: "Breeks" - trousers or pants.
"Donald Where's Your Troosers?" is a comic song about a Scotsman who wears a...
Sharon Baird posted on April 12, 2011 22:19
"Danny Boy" is a ballad written by English songwriter Frederic Weatherly and usually set to the Irish tune of the "Londonderry Air"...
Sue Rogers posted on April 12, 2011 17:46
In a neat little town they call Belfast apprenticed to trade I was bound
And many an hour of sweet happiness I spent in that neat little town
Sue Rogers posted on February 26, 2011 21:45
Here's a really interesting link to the history of the song: http://www.helencreighton.org/collection/NSsong/
"Farewell to Nova Scoti...