Hey Reece, I Did It!

Tom Bradshaw ventured into a recording studio long ago to create this pedal steel instructional EP record. I especially like Estralita. Tom writes:

At the time of the recording (and throughout my playing career), I used an A6th copedent.  I altered it into a D9th by employing a knee lever to raise the 3rds (strings 2 and 6 which are C#’s) a half tone.  For the tablature I provided for the “Hey Reece …” thing, I then converted my playing into the E9th.  To be honest, I hardly knew what I was doing in the 9th configuration.  To make matters worse for my ego, I gave a copy of the “Hey Reece…” thing to Jeff Newman.  He was within days of releasing his first E9th course.  He sent me a copy of his “Music To Steel By”.  I was really depressed with my playing, as compared to Jeff’s.


Londonderry Air

Rockin’ the Boat

Westphalia Waltz

Estralita

7" record jacket

Demo of Regal “More Harmony” 7-string Lap Guitar

This guitar was made in the 1930’s by Regal for More Harmony Music Studios.

Wine Country Swing featuring Cori Wood

A mellow concert at a nursing home, 9/1/2018, with Hugh Harris (guitar), Cori Wood (vocal) and Bobby Lee (pedal steel).


Blue Monk (instrumental)


Cow Cow Boogie (Cori vocal)


Wild Side Of Life (Bobby vocal)


Blackjack County Chains (Hugh vocal)


Crazy (Cori vocal)


Jitterbug Waltz (Hugh instrumental)


Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Cori vocal)


Smoke Smoke Smoke (Bobby vocal)


My Blue Heaven (Hugh vocal)


Never No More (Cori vocal)


Slow Poke (Hugh vocal)


Pipe Dreams (Cori vocal)


Alva’s Occidental Melody (Bobby instrumental)


Blues For Dixie (Hugh vocal)

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