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Why is the Banjo so Mysterious?
I must declare here: the banjo is a thoroughly fascinating thing. Whether playing Bluegrass, Old-Time, Folk, Jazz, or any other genre, it has a certain fascination, even a mystery, about it. And not only in sound, but in looks as … Continue reading
Posted in Banjos and Society, History, Philosophical Ramblings Tagged Akonting, auditory, Banjar, Banjo, Complexity, Exotic, Fascination, History, Karen Lynn, Mystery, mystique, Sarod, Simplicity, Sitar, visual 2 Comments
Are We Having Fun (Still)?
The banjo itself is the lowest comon denominator; having fun with it should be also. Continue reading
Posted in Banjos in General Tagged Banjo, fun, Karen Linn, mystique, remember, S&H Green Stamps, That Half-Barbaric Twang Leave a comment