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Favorite Flatpickers
Clarence White, Bull Harman, Brian Sutton, Brad Davis, Joe Mendel, Josh Williams, Tony Rice, Norman Blake, Doc Watson, Jim Hurst, Brad Davis, Chris Jones, Larry Lindsay
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Whiskey Before Breakfast, St. Annes Reel, Black Mountain Rag, Stoney Point, Monroe's Hornpipe..... etc...etc... Traditional tunes... Celtic tunes...
Favorite Guitars
Takamine Bluegrass series TF360SBG and EF340SBG are my main guitars, but I am also a fan of Santa Cruz and Bourgeois guitars
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http://www.youtube.com/user/MrLucky923

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Comment Wall (9 comments)

At 6:25pm on April 9, 2009, Bryan Rankins said…
Good to hear from you. When you stopping by to pick a few? We got some great stuff in right now. Hope you're doing well and making lots of sales.
At 8:50am on April 13, 2009, Dave Anderson said…
Many thanks, Jim, Hope to see you again in Saint Louis---perhaps you'll be driving around in the Cobra!
At 11:42am on April 14, 2009, Joe Mendel said…
I thought that went without saying. Of course Jim Williams and Larry Lindsay are my very favorite flatpickers.
At 8:51am on May 18, 2009, Dr. Bill Miller said…
Wasn't it a kick! It was one of the very best "festivals" (if you really call it that) I've ever attended.
At 8:57am on May 18, 2009, Derek Shultz said…
It doesn't get cooler than Yngwie on a Ferrari. He veel shred your face off.

Nice smallmouth.
At 9:48am on May 21, 2009, valorie windsor said…
I'll get these out to you hopefully NLT SAT - I'll try to get them out tomorrow - but, it depends on work stuff. I'm assuming you can share/copy for Larry also. They are in QuickTime, but if you don't have that you can download a free copy of it. talk soon, va
At 12:09pm on May 22, 2009, Bob Dodd said…
Hi, Jim. Thanks for getting in touch. Peaceful Bend was fantastic, wasn't it? I enjoyed your playing at the Tim May/Brad Davis workshop/jam. The only problem with that jam was where I happened to sit--my breaks immediately followed those of Tim and Brad. Not too hard to figure who was going to come out on the short end of that one!
At 8:15am on May 23, 2009, valorie windsor said…
Jim - glad you like them. I need to ship out several other copies for other folks. Hey, I was wondering - do you think any of the pseudo-local folks would want to meet up at Peaceful Bend maybe once or twice per month to jam? Maybe we could communicate via ning or email and come up with a list of tunes - maybe some vocals - you sing too don't you? I forget everyone who sang as well. Bill (who has the house in Rolla) and STL sings - but, he hasn't sent his email or anything...anyway, I figure Katie and Clyde wouldn't mind - we could start a SUN afternoon/eve jam???? Just a thought - it would be cool to have some good songs worked up. I'm definitely in - if anyone else is interested. val
At 8:16am on May 23, 2009, valorie windsor said…
Was sad this morning that I didn't feel as "joyeous" this SAT as I did waking up a week ago.... damn that was a BLAST!

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