See my entire film at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002MINVE . Or watch this clip from the same session - https://youtu.be/te_OoPaEFK0 . My classic 90 minute music documentary records Earl Scruggs and Bill Monroe and Earl and his son Randy and Doc Watson and his son Merle, in informal scenes playing & singing together. If you love Doc Watson and Bill Monroe and old time Bluegrass Music, you will love watching and listening to this. In 1972, PBS prime-timed a documentary music special on Earl Scruggs the bluegrass banjo picker. It included Bob Dylan, The Byrds, Bill Monroe, Charlie Daniels, The Morris Brothers, and Doc Watson. The film was not available to the public for over 30 years. Now it is available again. Said Bruce Elder of The All Music Guide: "Earl Scruggs was a few years past his partnership with Lester Flatt when made did 'Earl Scruggs: The Bluegrass Banjo Legend' a filled with stars effort that succeeds. There are great scenes at the Grand Ole Opry with Bill Monroe, at the homes of Doc Watson and members of Earl's North Carolina family, at the The Byrds ranch, at the home of The Morris Brothers (Salty Dog Blues), in Carmel, NY with Bob Dylan, etc. etc. The music here is glorious." Earl Scruggs: The Bluegrass Legend is the only full-length film on Earl's life & times. #docwatson #earlscruggs #cripplecreek #banjo #northcarolina
Views: 122930 David Hoffman
Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 12:07. Chords are provided in the first "Cripple Creek Revisited" video. This is video 2 of 2 -- Here I add variations to both parts A (one variation) and B (two variations) to the "Regular" parts from the previous video. The A part variation is loosely based on the first half of "Banjo In The Hollow" by Doug Dillard. The original recording for this tune from 1963 can be found on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJTW2ruur-I Both of the B part variations are from the Flatt and Scruggs "Foggy Mountain Banjo" album version of Cripple Creek. Here I also teach a Scruggs style ending to the tune, found at 16:57. Free tab sheets (PDF) and play-along tracks (MP3) for this and many other tunes are available at my website, www.littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."
Views: 10618 williamanesbitt
Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 12:25. Guitar chords are provided on-screen at 10:12. I teach an introduction to the tune at 11:11. This is video 1 of 2 -- Here I revisit the two "Regular" parts of Cripple Creek (as on Page 1 of my tab sheet) with split screen and on-screen tab (My original Cripple Creek video was uploaded before I had those capabilities. NOTE: During the video I refer to the fact that both parts repeat. On the printed sheet, they also repeat, but I wrote in the repeated parts, rather than using repeat signs and first and second endings, which can be confusing to beginners. On Video 2, I teach variations to both the A and B parts of the tune, plus an ending lick. Find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzR1HkHuJok Free tab sheets (PDF) and play-along tracks (MP3) for this and many other tunes are available at my website, www.littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."
Views: 18777 williamanesbitt
In 1965, I did 6 episodes of a public TV series for children called "What's New." I presented folk songs from all over the world, and many instruments, to the best of my ability at the time. We shot these episodes at Brooklyn College and Joan Sheppard was the director.
Views: 64665 Tracy Newman
This video is a simulated virtual jam session. The musicians in the video play Cripple Creek at multiple speeds and play backup when it's your turn to solo. The video is designed to help get you ready for real jam sessions by giving you practice in starting your solo on time and playing in time with the band. This YouTube version is shorter that the version available on the site. To watch the complete version go to http://mandolincompass.com/lessons/tabs/cripple-creek-jam-session/ If you play other instruments, such as guitar, banjo, fiddle, etc. this video works just fine too! Good luck and happy jammin'!
Views: 123821 Guitar Compass
Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/cripple-creek-timing-theory-banjo http://www.BanjoBenClark.com - Visit the site for all my tabs and access to the video lesson I upload each and every week! Not only are we gonna learn to play Cripple Creek, but we're gonna learn some theory behind the notes as well. If you're a banjo picker, you have to be familiar with the things covered in this 25+ minute lesson.
Views: 178929 Banjo Ben Clark
Before I Met You by Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs from the album Newport Folk Festival 1960 Released 2014-01-24 on Not Now Music Following on from its inaugural success in the summer of 1959, the second Newport Folk Festival took place in the late June of 1960 in the idyllic setting of Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island. Although in more recent years the scope of the festival has widened to encompass indie, rock and punk elements, in its early days it was a celebration of all that was American, folk-based and acoustic. Enjoy these classic recordings that represent some of the best of American folk music. © 2014 Not Now Music ℗ 2014 Not Now Music . This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. If you should have any objections, please get in touch with finetunes first.
Views: 120 finetunesTV
Recorded @ The Soft Rock Cafe, Vancouver, BC November 3, 1980 Mandolin: Bill Monroe/ Banjo: Butch Robins/ Fiddle: Kenny Baker/ Guitar: Wayne Lewis/ Bass: Mark Hembree
Views: 11878 jomcg50
Subscribe to Youtube http://www.youtube.com/lovinbluegrass Find Bluegrass Lyrics http://www.bluegrasslyrics.com/ Video Copyright Lovin' Bluegrass by Carol McDuffie Do NOT duplicate without written permission. 2016 DeweyFest (October 14 & 15, 2016) 2017 DeweyFest will be held October 20 & 21 http://www.deweyfest.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Deweyfest Location Maplewood Hills Farm 6701 NC-49, Burlington, NC 27215 Right outside of Liberty, NC Promters Dewey & Leslie Brown Phone: (336) 622-3844 & (336) 570-2043 E-mail: [email protected]
Views: 10170 Lovin' Bluegrass by Carol McDuffie
Written by Earl Scruggs Earl Scruggs, banjo - Glen Duncan, fiddle - Randy Scruggs, acoustic guitar - Steve Martin, 2nd banjo solo - Vince Gill, 1st electric guitar solo - Marty Stuart, mandolin - Gary Scruggs, harmonica - Albert Lee, 2nd electric guitar solo - Paul Shaffer, piano - Jerry Douglas, dobro - Leon Russell, organ - Glenn Worf, bass - Harry Stinson, drums
Views: 3924613 turion2005
This is an instructional tutorial YouTube video lesson teaching my 5-string banjo version of the traditional public domain tune "Old Joe Clark" on 5-string banjo. As usual, I teach the instrumental tune lick by lick using on-screen tablature, then put it together -- slowly at first, then faster toward the end, adding guitar audio overlay, as well as guitar chords toward the end. Hear it played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 13:00. Free tab and play-along tracks at different speeds are available at my website, littlerockbanjo.com. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only. Hope you enjoy.
Views: 19449 williamanesbitt
If you like this video, do yourself a favor and purchase the "Banjo Bash at Buckeystown" DVD....this clip is included, along with clips of Eddie Adcock, Leroy Troy, Bill Keith, and many more.....HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!...No Copyright infringement intended.
Views: 393188 James Stiltner
Inspired by Gangstagrass ( http://gangstagrass.com/ ) I sequenced some beats and laid down some banjo, guitar and slide for my interpretation of the banjo classic "Cripple Creek". If someone wants to lay down some rhymes download the full quality MP3 - http://deography.com/mp3/Retard_river.mp3 - Licensed Public Domain.
Views: 76171 Dylan O'Donnell
This montage is musically inspired of version of Eric Weissberg from "Deliverance" movie. Banjo and guitar by Rene Perreault. Thetford Mines 2017. Ce montage est inspiré musicallement de la version de Eric Weissberg du film "La Délivrance". Banjo & guitare par René Perreault. Thetford Mines 2017.
Views: 8673978 Bluegrass Style
Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs - 1964-'69 VOL 5 - Pick Along - Jazzing - Liberty
Views: 13869 GrossoCsaba
Just under 6 months into my banjo playing and learning. This is a recent song I've been working on. I'm still working to smooth it out and clean it up while trying not to push the speed at this stage. Any critique or advice is welcome as always.
Views: 18773 Michael Rominger Jr
One of the greatest instrumentals ever recorded. The 1949 recording was used in the movie Bonnie and Clyde and then re-recorded after the film. The original version, in my opinion, was far superior to the more familier version that most people know and play today. It's faster, there were no breaks and the noting was more complicated. Earl Scruggs at his very best.
Views: 1392129 PoisonClan73
Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS We'll Meet Again Sweetheart · Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, The Foggy Mountain Boys The Complete Early Recordings Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs (Doxy Collection) ℗ Doxy Records Released on: 2015-02-16 Composer: Lester Flatt Composer: Earl Scruggs Music Publisher: D.R Auto-generated by YouTube.
Views: 431 Lester Flatt - Topic
Earl Scruggs rendition of the Carter Family classic "Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine" as played on the Carnegie Hall album. If you need tab it's in the Earl Scruggs book. This song has a familiar melody reminiscent of "Gold Watch and Chain" or "This Land is Your Land". Full of classic licks it's demonstrated here at two different tempos. Tab available at http://www.seanray.com
Views: 73556 Sean Ray
Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt performing their best-known composition entitled "Foggy Mountain Breakdown". If you are looking for a great barn dance song, this one is the one to go for! Visit us on the web: http://www.McLeodBluegrass.webs.com
Views: 485823 McLeodBluegrass
Learn How To Play Banjo With Tony Trischka http://tonybanjoschool.com/ In this sample lesson, Tony Trischka discusses elements that were mastered distinctly by Earl Scruggs. Earl Scruggs is a North Carolina born musician who pioneered and conquered the technique of three finger banjo picking style, which is now called the Scruggs Style. He rose to fame when he was hired by another famous bluegrass musician, Bill Monroe, to fill the banjo spot in his band, The Blue Grass Boys. His celebrity really took off after his performance became the theme song for a network television hit, The Beverly Hillbillies, in the 1960s. Having grown up in a musical environment with his father and all his siblings playing the banjo and guitar, with his mother on the organ, he has been making music since the very beginning. He made his mark in the world of bluegrass music before his passing in 2012. Tony Trischka is here to pass on the wisdom and the music of the great legend, Earl Scruggs. Tony offers his enormous talent and expertise to teach banjo through hundreds of video lessons that range from a Beginner, just picking up the banjo, to Virtuoso. The sample video is only a small portion of those hundreds of videos. In this short sample, you can see how carefully Tony Trischka breaks down every component of this style. Hundreds of these videos can be available to you when you sign up to join the Online Banjo School with Tony Trischka. The topics are not limited to this. You will also gain access to some behind the scenes jam sessions with Tony and some of the other teachers in the blue grass school. Through school exclusive events, you may even get a chance to jam out with these masters! Check out free sample lessons at the link and find out more! http://tonybanjoschool.com/
Views: 25823 ArtistWorks
Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Flint Hill Special
Views: 465747 PoisonClan73