Banjo Tuning for Tracks 4 and 6 - Lee Sexton - Lee Sexton & Family (CD, Album)


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2006
Label: Field Recorders Collective - FRC105 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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9 Replies to “ Banjo Tuning for Tracks 4 and 6 - Lee Sexton - Lee Sexton & Family (CD, Album) ”

  1. Lee Sexton, who plays in both two-finger picking style and clawhammer style banjo on this recording, was born in and still lives in Letcher County, near Whitesburg, Kentucky. When he was eight years old he cleared a field for a week to earn a dollar to buy a homemade fretless banjo mounted with a .
  2. FRC - Lee Sexton & Family: Recordings from the collection of Ray Alden by Lee Sexton & Family, released 05 November 1. Banjo Tuning 2. Cumberland Gap 3. Shady Grove 4. Little Birdie 5. Banjo Tuning 6. Rye Whiskey 7. John Henry 8. Steel Guitar Rag 9. Single Girl Fox Chase Last of Callahan Groundhog Lee's Tune
  3. Listen to music from Lee Sexton & Family like Lee's Intro. Banjo Tuning for track 2, Angeline the Baker & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lee Sexton & Family.
  4. Apr 02,  · Lee Sexton’s banjo was first recorded in for “Mountain Music of Kentucky” by the Smithsonian and Folksways Records. Even as he ages, he continues to perform and teach Appalachian music with the banjo. He learned to play banjo from family members, Morgan Sexton .
  5. Field Recorders Collective has become the foremost vehicle for getting music by master old-time musicians into the hands of listeners. As such, they have become in essence a public archive of recordings made during the old-time revival by exceptional collectors and musicians. Times have changed a lot since our friends.
  6. Banjo Family Tunings 5 String Banjo (Low to High) G – DGBD – Standard ‘G’ tuning for bluegrass Schwarz’s fiddle tuned to FCDG (‘New Lost City Ramblers: There Ain’t No Way Out’). Mike gives his source as Lee Sexton, on ‘Whoa Mule’. gFG#CD# Fm9 Jazz Tuning. I.e. gFAbCEb. Tune to gEGBD (see above) and capo at 1st fret.
  7. Feb 19,  · Award winning banjo player Lee Sexton recalls memories from 80 years ago.
  8. The Sextons. likes. The Sexton Family is a Southern Gospel group from South Central Kentucky. They sing a wide range of music from classic hymns to original music. Their sole purpose is to spread.
  9. Eddie Lee Sexton (May 12, – December 29, ) was an American convicted murderer and rapist known for compelling his children to murder and committing sexual abuse against his own family which he ruled in a cult-like manner. He fathered at least three children with two of his daughters. Rick Terrana, Eddie Sexton's defense attorney, described the Sextons as the "most dysfunctional.

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