Pot of Gold: Remixes. Alice Russell. Arranger, Mixing, Composer. Jhelli Beam. String Arrangements, Arranger. In Vogue Collections. Future Soul [Wagram]. Fascinating Fingers. Primary Artist, Producer, Composer. City Homicide: Music from the Hit Series. Beauty and the Beats EP. Walking Backwards. Clutchy Hopkins. Producer, Additional Music. Banjo Thing (Mutha Fuckeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers) the Sun.
The Camel's Back. Noise, Sound Effects. Alicia Keys. Miles of Styles. Lessons to be Learned. Gabriella Cilmi. Guitar, Composer. Girls A Live. Freshly Composted, Vol. Composer, Featured Artist. Dropping Expectations.
Cool Tributes 2. Clutch of the Tiger. Bent Out of Shape. Leon Jean-Marie. Guitar, Guitar BassDrums, Composer. Featured Artist. Watts Happening. Ohmega Watts. Voices and Choices. Mezzanine de l'Alcazar Box. Ibiza Fever Hits the Hits! He Loved Me The Same. Jeanena Wilson. Photography, Graphic Design, Art Direction. Funk Fever. Re-Arranged, Re-Editing. Dust Galaxy. Cinematic: Classic Film Music Remixed. Producer, Remixing, Instrumentation, Primary Artist.
China In, Vol. Producer, Remixing, Instrumentation. Producer, Composer. Cafe Solo, Vol. Brazilectro, Vol. Tales from Turnpike House. Vocal Arrangement Assistant, Help. Silent Poets. Soul Visa. Self Defence. Guitar AcousticDrums. San Francisco Essentials. Red Dress. Pop Princesses . Overloaded: The Singles Collection. Kiss the Sky. Inner Resort: Jet Set Lounge. Frequent Flyer: Ipanema.
Producer, Composer, Primary Artist. Frankie Splits. Fired Up. Alesha Dixon. Exit Music: Songs with Radio Heads. Destination Monaco: Amber Lounge. Bully [Video Game Soundtrack]. Performer, Composer, Primary Artist.
Bully [Original Video Game Soundtrack]. Asia Lounge, Vol. You Stood Up. Wake Me Up. Taller in More Ways. Guitar, Bass, Composer. Sounds of India. Sing-A-Long Summer. See the Day. Main Personnel, Drums, Percussion. Red Book. Guitar, Programming, Composer. Pop Princesses, Vol. Phantasia; The Woman in White Suite. Massive Electronica Collection. Long Hot Summer. Guitar BassComposer. Hooj Presents: Le Future le Funk.
Giving You Up. Kylie Minogue. Guitar, Drums. Come and Get It. Rachel Stevens. Guitar, Guitar BassBass, Composer. Cafe Nirvana. Cafe Krishna. Barbie Summer Hits [Universal 1]. Barbie Girls, Vol. He as the sexually [intriguing] 'V' smile and tends to laugh at silly thinks. Example: P1: Hey.
We have Smithies for class next? My [ovaries] are gone. Description: a student of [smith college]; the most [fabulous] women and those who identify [differently] in the world. Description: A force that lies within [tradesman] working under the name smith.
Has historical meaning and is also shrouded in secrecy and [mysticism]. Once a part of the clan the true meaning and what it is to be [a smithy] are slowly learned, once attained it is highly regarded and the one that possesses it will fight relentlessly to hold the name in high regards.
People see a man running scared for his job but in esscence this is a smithy held by greater force propelling him to put his own belief system aside for the regard of the clandestine ways of a true [smithy].
It's taken close to one hundred years to develop this surname, and a many great men have laid the path for future generations. Example: "Hey bob I can't break this nut loose" " " [lil johnny] how many times to I have to tell you! Put yo [mutha fuckin] [smithy] on it! Description: A twenty pound note is called [a Smithy], Banjo Thing (Mutha Fuckeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers), due to the fact that [Adam Smith], the Grandfather of [Economics], is printed on it.
Example: [Christof]: How much do i tip this waiter? Me: Just give him [a smithy]. That should do it. Christof: Hmm, naa i think [a darwin] is more appropriate. Description: [A Smithy] is someone who not only has legendary [footy] knowledge and arguing Banjo Thing (Mutha Fuckeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers)but is also regarded as the premier authority on the subject by his peers.
The tuners are worthless, the action is hilariously high, but it has a magical tone to it that makes me love the darn thing. Now if it requires looks, this banjo is left out in the cold, because she's pretty ugly. Not the Banjo Thing (Mutha Fuckeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers) sounding banjo I ever owned but certainly the easiest to play. After assembly It was one of those that had it! Unfortunatly it was already sold, so I didn't have the option of keeping it.
Mostly Sullivan and Stewmac parts. I've only paid over a Grand for one banjo. That particular banjo has since gotten a new neck. Of course given inflation, many of the banjo I bought for 50 bucks and fixed up then sold for would be worth a grand today - perhaps more.
To be honest and upfront, every banjo I've owned has been, if I might say, well under the mark - most expensive. But having said that I've owned quite a few of the sub banjos and I'll state my opinion since the OP asked for 'best you've owned' I've owned The RK is the choice banjo in this group.
Several reasons the Deering Classic 2 didn't rate as my highest. First, the power and volume was no contest against the RK The Deering sounded good by itself but with several other instruments you couldn't hear it. No problems there with the RK Also, the lack of truss rod, frets pressed into the neck and the lack of tone ring didn't interest me. The Orpheum ca. My latest is the Silvertone that was fifty bucks at the antique shop in Elgin. It will cost a bit more when I'm finished making it playable and presentable I can play it now, but it has issues.
It has surprisingly decent tone for such a cheap banjo. That's why used instrument values have flattened out, or even declined. The guy goes up into his attic in the garage and pulls Banjo Thing (Mutha Fuckeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeers) an old Vega Little Wonder Plectrum and says here, you can have it!
Plus a box of music books from the 's, banjo books, clawhammer books, good stuff! He was retiring, and doing quite well and I was 32 years old but probably looked younger than that. I was brimming with banjo and fiddle enthusiasm and he was happy to give me the banjo and the books It's no good to have stuff sit around in the attic I think that's why he just gave it to me.
I think he was just being nice, and maybe never had any kids that wanted to play the banjo like he did. So he gave it to me. His father had played the fiddle, it was an Ole Bull fiddle that I sold eventually.
I don't know if they have the "Little Nickel" ads everywhere but that's where I found the fiddle, and drove 60 miles away to get it. Paid
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