Play Guitar in Seven Days


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Play Guitar in 7 Days: The new album from master Blue Ridge musician Jim Lloyd is now available to DJs and print media as a download or in hard copy CD.

Djs can download from Airplay Direct: http://bit.ly/JimLloydAirplayDirect

For CDs or other download options, media should contact Art Menius art@artmenius.com

Play Guitar in 7 Days

  1. Amelia Earhart (3:02) – Jim sings and picks the aviatrix ballad popularized in bluegrass music by The Country Gentlemen
  1. Darlin’ Cory (2:40) – one of the best known traditional songs in old-time & bluegrass, first recorded by Buell Kazee.
  1. Silver Bells (2:01) – a lovely demonstration of the rhythmic thumb picking guitar style Jim absorbed from his family. Selected for A Century of Heritage Guitar Music compilation.
  1. Cornbread & Butterbeans (3:14) – A celebration of the simple life recently popularized by the Carolina Chocolate Drops.
  1. Crazy (3:17) – The Willie Nelson – Patsy Cline standard picked with influences from both Chet Atkins and Doc Watson.
  1. Little Red Riding Hood (2:52) – a big hit for Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs done Lloyd-style
  1. Moody River Blues (2:47) – a song recorded by both Doc Watson and Pat Boone!
  1. My House Has Wheels (2:46) – A funny song from Southern Culture on the Skids
  1. Columbus Stockade Blues (3:16) – Doc Watson recorded and regularly performed this song
  1. Uncle Hiram’s Homemade Beer (3:17) – Dick Feller wrote and recorded this humorous warning to home brewers.
  1. St. James Infirmary (3:02) – Made a jazz standard by Louis Armstrong, this one has appeared in rock, pop, old-time, blues, R&B, and more genre.
  1. Must Come in at the Door (2:36) – a black gospel songs from the repertoire of Doc Watson
  1. Texas Rangers (4:07) – Jim sings a cowboy ballad best known from Tex Ritter’s recording.
  2. Forked Deer (2:13) – picking on a classic American fiddle tune

 

Recorded at Eastwood Studios

 

Produced by Wesley Easter & Jim Lloyd

 

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