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Moonshine and Motors


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Jarvoid

 Genre: Bluegrass

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My Bluegrass tribute to all those musclecar movies and TV Shows that are such great fun .........yeh I know Bluegrass shouldn't be electric but give me a break,I'm a limey!!!
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Song Stats
Hits: 2469
Comments: 16
Fans: 8
Plays: 97
Downloads: 94
Votes: 3
Uploaded: Dec 13, 2008 - 01:24:58 PM
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2010 - 03:25:24 PM Last Played: Jan 17, 2017 - 03:45:57 PM
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Hardware:
Variax and Yamaha keyboard
Software:
cubase
Comments
mowguy3 said 3202 days ago (December 13th, 2008)
Killer
Nice job bud! Need sombody playing the jug though. Beverly Hillbillys reunion, love it.
Be well, Russ
Check out my latest song called What Would That Make Me?
Jarvoid said 3202 days ago (December 13th, 2008)
Thanks
for the listen and I appreciate the idea for the jug .I'll see if it is in the repetoire of the keyboard... otherwise I need to drink a demijohn of scotch,hmmm specific, realistic and not neccesarily timebound, cheers
Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
sloparts said 3202 days ago (December 13th, 2008)
I keep waiting "The General Lee"
to go flyin' over the house man. Great track Chris and a lot of fun to listen to. It's a bit loose, but then to so are most Bluegrass bands I've heard.

You did a great job with the guitar parts my friend, it definitely has that Country Bluegrass sound.

Ed
Check out my latest song called Quack's Blues
Jarvoid said 3202 days ago (December 13th, 2008)
Ed
My biggest problem is that I get these ideas and I don't have the patience to rehearse them properly.

I did this in about 5 hours and I s'pose in the production stakes I am my own worse enemy....p'r'aps I need a chill pill,but thanks for the encouragement and positive comments over the last 9 months
it means a lot.

Jarvo
Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
Feter said 3202 days ago (December 13th, 2008)
Moonshine and Motors
WOW what a wonderful spririt ...I think this is one of yur best ever !!
I just love this style ...what a feel on your pickin ...good sound effects !!
thnx alot for sharin ...I really enjoyed it !!!!!
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Jarvoid said 3202 days ago (December 13th, 2008)
Feter thanks
Hey I always really appreciate your input and comments,thanks a lot.

Jarvo

Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
Rik_Berryere said 3200 days ago (December 15th, 2008)
Hot Summer Days
...and cold beer. I've travelled extensively through the American south on my trusty '79 Yamaha (and, perhaps more appropriately, behind the wheel of an 18-wheeler) and this hits the fried chicken right in the sweet spot.

The looseness doesn't hurt this at all; just makes me want to yell "YEAHHHH" all the more. Beer for you, good buddy - you've earned a cold one.
Check out my latest song called Chocolate Rabbits (1984)
Jarvoid said 3200 days ago (December 15th, 2008)
well
it's a hell of honour to hear from someone who has done what I would love to do and ride or drive(espesh in a big rig and a motorsickle) round one of the most iconic parts of the world.
I must have another go at this and try and just tighten it up a tad ...but thanks again I won't throw in the towel just yet.


Jarvo
Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
said 3194 days ago (December 21st, 2008)
blimey "Yee-Haw", Limey (ah don't even know how to say it in Texan)
Ah waunt summa that thar juice!

Good pick-off the forum post.. thanks for the re-direction. iT'S! gotta be at least 5 MPH limit. Nothing like bordering on and between an accordion & harmonica - all we need is a Bratwurst chili cook-off and a polka dance to a banjo band.

:-|

Hey, I think the electric works just fine, nice pickin' it..

. - Harold
Jarvoid said 3194 days ago (December 21st, 2008)
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Bratwurst AND Chili,mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.With cold beer.

Not too sure about the squeezy squeeky bits may redo those,but thanks for the listen.
Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
said 3194 days ago (December 21st, 2008)
squeezy squeeky bits
hey, seriously this is fine. I get in trouble trying to be witty.

I actually am quite fond of these kinda racey-vroom.vroom songs.
Roxylee said 3082 days ago (April 12th, 2009)
LOL
Your song info is as much fun as the song. Yee-haaaah! Sounds like the Beverly Hillbillies moved up in life. Great playing, Chris.
Check out my latest song called Emma, by davisamerica
Jarvoid said 3082 days ago (April 12th, 2009)
Well
thankee kindly ma'am I do try to amuse, we like fun at Jarvoid Towers.

Cheers Jarvoid
Check out my latest song called Port Arthur Blues
MarkHolbrook said 2803 days ago (January 16th, 2010)
Hah
this is a kick... kind of country and TV pilot at the same time!
Check out my latest song called Corn Whiskey
neilh79 said 2402 days ago (February 21st, 2011)
Moonshine and Motors
Now this is what you should be doing.... get back to this style at some point its headbouncetastic
neilh79 said 2400 days ago (February 23rd, 2011)
oops!!
Just read last comment back!!! Doesnt read very well makes me sound like a complete git (to quote Arnold J. Rimmer)! What I mean is I would like very much to hear you play some more bluegrass not that your other stuff is pants, as I like that also!!
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Name: Chris Jarvis
Location: York Yes I am in a bit of a state.. United Kingdom
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I have been here a little while now and have learned more in two years than in in the past thirty. I have seldom played to,or for others,being a reclusive 'bedroom' musician.So I had no idea how to present myself and the music that I play,hence I hav... [see more]

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Bluegrass music is considered a form of American roots music with its own roots in the English, Irish and Scottish traditional music of immigrants from the British Isles (particularly the Scots-Irish immigrants of Appalachia), as well as the music of

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