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I made up some of these guitar pieces, and others come from various heroes of mine, notably Big Bill, Gary Davis and Joseph Spence. The album title, 'Ridiculous Instrumentals', is a funny way of suggesting I've been playing a long time, and I'm good enough at it so I don't have to give it up quite yet. I was inspired by Rev. Davis when I was fifteen, and in the course of my life (to my endless surprise), a few good people have been inspired in turn by my playing. What I'm proud of is the long term commitment to basic forms, knowledge and history these good people and I share, along with some honed creative impulses. These aren't the hardest pieces in the world, but they're hard enough, and if you chew on them for a while, your chops will likely get better. Leastways, they probably won't get worse...

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1) Big Bill (The Mopper's Blues)
2) Harlem Chocolate Babies of 1921
3) Twelve Sticks
4) Brillo's Waltz
5) Free at Last
6) Happy Time/St. Thomas
7) United States March
8) Miss Lady
9) Make Believe Stunt
10) Buckdancer's Choice
11) Lay Me Down in D
12) High Society
13) New Gravy Waltz
14) Shuffle Rag
15) Brady Lake Breezes

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