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Boogaloo Down La Rue
Boogaloo Down La RueA piece that harkens back to simpler times. This is yet another entry lifted from Richard S. Saslow's 1971 book: "The New Art of Ragtime Guitar." The book can be found here: https://acoustictruth.com/the-art-of-ragtime-guitar/
Just What The Doctored Ordered
Just What The Doctored OrderedThe third piece from Richard S. Saslow's 1971 collection of ragtime compositions: "The New Art of Ragtime Guitar." For those who are interested, you can find a link to the book here: https://acoustictruth.com/the-art-of-ragtime-guitar/
DadaladaAnother little diddy from Richard S. Saslow's 1971 book, "The New Art of Ragtime Guitar." When I hear this piece, I imagine a wanderer hitchhiking the Deep South during the Great Depression. acoustictruth.com/the-art-of-ragtime-guitar/
Ragtime RambleA delightful little number originally composed by Richard S. Saslow for his 1971 book, "The New Art of Ragtime Guitar." I'd be remiss if I didn't include a link to the book: https://acoustictruth.com/the-art-of-ragtime-guitar/
Little House On K Street
Little House On K StreetThere are only twelve tones. You must treat them carefully.
KryptosThe origins of this song date back to 2005. I wanted to come up with a riff that alternated odd time signatures. But overtime it evolved into this. Thanks to the great Casey Lagos for drums and production.
Moon'lit SonataA sombre recollection of Beethoven's masterpiece "Moonlight Sonata," imagined with a backing band and a little ambience.
Tango Till They're Sore
Tango Till They're SoreTom Waits for no one on my rendition of his '85 classic, "Tango Till They're Sore."