I’ve been listening to a new bluegrass playlist on Spotify – Grass Roots – and this song by Poor Mans Poison, “Hell’s Coming’ with Me,” is one of my top three from that list so far.
Have been working up an even folker version of Mischief Brew’s O Pennsyltucky for our Gomi Onna project. As part of that, in keeping our songbook together, I made a file with the chords and lyrics. I though maybe other people might want it as well.
I am still working my way through Chris Haigh’s Hungarian Fiddle Tunes. Some of the melodies are super alien to my ears. Some of them I recognize. This one (the Párnástánc) I posted a recording (below) to a mandolin Discord and someone asked for a tab of the tune. So here is a PDF (also below) of the melody in standard and TAB notation.
Now that I have gone from 80%+ of my day on the phone to something hovering around 0%, I have a lot more time to have my headphones on (or stream into my hearing aids, which is my default solution). I often go for lofi playlists without any words, but my default is always, always Bach.
Last night, however, instead of Bach’s two- and three-hand inventions (what I find myself humming when there is no music), I listened to this delight from Max Davies. And I was not disappointed.