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donald jack lyman,jr added a discussion to the group Norman Blake Fans

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anybody worked up richland avenue front porch woodpile rag?See More
Feb 3, 2014
donald jack lyman,jr commented on Chad Fette's group Norman Blake Fans
"okay, how about "Richland Avenue Front Porch Woodpile Rag"?"
Jan 30, 2014
donald jack lyman,jr commented on Chad Fette's group Norman Blake Fans
"chad,  found it in a very old fgm, almost identical to norman's, minus a double stopped forward "roll".  thanks. jack  "
Jun 4, 2013
donald jack lyman,jr commented on Chad Fette's group Norman Blake Fans
"any body got a handle on "elzic's farewell"?"
Jan 6, 2013
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"thankyou roger."
Aug 21, 2011
Roger Willcox left a comment for donald jack lyman,jr
"http://www.ac.auone-net.jp/~mimico83/ Japanese site with PDFs and MIDI - it's there"
Aug 21, 2011
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Mar 3, 2011
donald jack lyman,jr left a comment for Roger Willcox
"hey roger, have you tabbed out norman's molly bloom? if so could you email me a copy? thanx, jack"
Aug 5, 2010
donald jack lyman,jr replied to Howard Vanover's discussion Fly away fingers
"howard, you need to exercise your fingers as individuals, all the work that your hands have done has been like making a fist. with fingers extended, one at a time curl each individual finger down to the palm, while keeping the remaining fingers…"
Jun 28, 2009
donald jack lyman,jr replied to Eric Wall's discussion Seattle area Jams
"google up folkjam, they have a regular jam at Maltby. haven't been there myself, but their description fits your needs and is close, like 14 miles. but like marv said, some of us have to travel ahundred plus miles to get our fix. my trip from…"
Apr 30, 2009
donald jack lyman,jr replied to Anita Hammond's discussion Performance Anxiety
"yeah, or what. we all get butterflies, accept the fact that you might stumble, smile and forge ahead. if you don't have great control of your tunes,it will show. the happy place is knowing that you know the tune, cold. hope this helps."
Apr 27, 2009
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This is the place for those of us who love Norman Blake! Feel free to comment on Norman's technique, albums, instruments, philosophy, concert performances, or anything else that is Norman related.
Apr 14, 2009
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At 2:32pm on August 21, 2011, Roger Willcox said…


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