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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 14, Number 6 September / October 2010



 
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The September/October 2010 issue of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine includes:
We have a 68-minute Audio CD to accompany this issue!

Welcome to the September/October 2010 edition of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. This edition is Volume 14, Number 6 of the magazine and is focused on introducing our readers to learning how to flatpick swing and jazz music. Swing and jazz tunes have always been part of the flatpicking repertoire since the 1960s when Doc Watson was playing tunes like "12th Street Rag," "Lady Be Good," "Sweet Georgia Brown" in his shows and Clarence White was recording tunes like "The Sheik of Araby," and through the years more and more of the swing and jazz repertoire has found its way into flatpicking jams and so we thought it was about time that Flatpicking Guitar Magazine focused on this style of music. We hope that you will enjoy this special issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine.

Features:
Introduction to Swing and Jazz: "Avalon"
CD Highlight: Dan Geib & "I'll Say Goodbye to You"

Columns:
"Who's That Who" by Craig Vance
"Jazzgrass Waltz" by Joe Carr
Beginner's Page: "Shenandoah Breakdown" by Dan Huckabee
Kaufman's Corner: "Liza" by Steve Kaufman
Taking It To The Next Level: "Nuage" by John Carlini
Nashville Flattop: "Farewell Blues" by Brad Davis
Sharpening the Axe: "Tickle Toe" by Jeff Troxel
"The Sheik of Araby" by Steve Pottier
"Big Sciota" by Kathy Barwick
The O-Zone: "When The Saints Go Marching In" by Orrin Star
"(Back Home Again In) Indiana" by Dix Bruce
Music Theory: "Summertime" by Mike Maddux
Flatpicking Fiddle Tunes: "Sweet Georgia Brown" by Adam Granger
"Maple Leaf Rag" by Bill Bay
Eclectic Acoustic: "Limehouse Blues" by John McGann
The Flavor of Jazz and Swing by Thomas Wakefield

Reviews:
The Music of Eddie South CD Review
Masters of Plectrum Guitar by Bill Bay Book Review
Comprehensive Guitar Note Reading Guide by Bill Bay Book Review

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