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Foxy Jam



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On a recent get together Steve and I were just going over some older tunes and started improvising around the guitar structure of a song called “Lapwing”, ( it's on here if you want to hear the source). Anyway I was listening back to “the tapes” the other day and considering this was a live jam and we had not played the original for a year or two I thought it sounded quite interesting. It's got a kind of English Folk feel to it, ( without hopefully slipping into “Hey Nonny Nonny” territory!!)

The pic was sent by a friend after we two were caught having a “robust debate” on stage!!

Hope it amuses. Cheers to all. Mark
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Uploaded: Aug 03, 2012 - 02:09:19 AM
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hackneybloke said 2632 days ago (August 3rd, 2012)
foxy jam
lapwing - one of my fave tunes so i knew i was going to enjoy this. olympic gold for vulpine road safety :)
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Jarvoid said 2632 days ago (August 3rd, 2012)
Since I got the accordion I have
been inadvertently exposed to the world of folk....this does have that "folky feel" to it as you say without all the almost compulsory bells,sticks,hankies,swords.leaping and bloody morris that hangs about like a cloud of naffness !! and don't even mentioned
a cappella ,arran sweateer attired bearded buffoons with their finger in their ears 'cos they get right up my snotbox !!

This doesn't,this is nice !! Hey nonny nonny !!

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Jarvoid said 2632 days ago (August 3rd, 2012)
Actually I really
liked Steeleye as a callow yoof.....what's not to like with the Mooncoin Jig and Peter Sellers guesting on New York Girls on Commoners Crown album and their other stuff.....no it's the dancing sides and traditional reels and .....funny coloured plaid stuff that does me in 80) !!
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Feter said 2631 days ago (August 4th, 2012)
Cool jam Mates ..cool guitars ..liked the pic as well , cheers !!
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Moviz said 2630 days ago (August 5th, 2012)
If only
the English summer would measure up to the English summer-iness of this sound, I'd get my clogs and tambourine out and dance in the fields with my bottle of Dandelion and Burdock in my hand........ really nice sound Mark.... regards M
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egobandit said 2630 days ago (August 5th, 2012)
I feel it dont get better than just letting the notes guide you using the structured song as a focal point you guys really know each other well its great when you can jam with someone who can participate your next move Tops!
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dave_b said 2629 days ago (August 6th, 2012)
Foxy Jam
Great jam, the guitars fit together really well. Some nice picking.
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ste said 2627 days ago (August 8th, 2012)
listen. you fellas seem to work well together. thanks for the upload
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Name: Mark and formerly Steve
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Hickling Stan started as Steve and I back in 2007. We had a great creative 5 years writing songs together, posting on here and playing live in the East Midlands.I moved away south in 2013 and let MJ lie dormant for a few years until the muse came bac... [see more]

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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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