Western Swing/Boogie video: "Buddy's Boogie"

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  1. Neer

    Neer Supporting Member

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    I've been sitting in with this band a little as a special guest and they asked me to pick a steel feature. This is the first time we played this--it's called Buddy's Boogie and was written by Buddy Emmons and recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens when Buddy was about 19. The band is called the Saddletones.

    It's a little rough, but it's all I've got. They had someone videotaping, so here you go. My rig is an early Fender Custom T-8 non-pedal steel played through a Boss VF-1 and Carvin power amp through an Altec 15" speaker. I could cause a rockslide if I wanted to with that.

     
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  2. Neer

    Neer Supporting Member

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    Crapola? Maybe so.
     
  3. skronker

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    Hot damn!

    Mike, really liked your low end riffin' on the steel.

    that sounds like a fun band to play with.

    Enjoyed that, thanks for posting.
     
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    Great playing.. non pedals are cool, almost sounds like cross between a B3 and a tele.. what tuning did you use?
    Good band.. sounds like a lot o fun!
     
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    Very nice!

    Greg
     
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    loved this! great work Mike!

    i would definitely check y'all out live
     

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