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9 Responses to Sweet Georgia Brown - Roy Smeck - The Magic Ukulele Of Roy Smeck (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Zukinos says:
    Buy Roy Smeck's New Original Ukulele Method: Read Books Reviews - ndurlocmomysmendti.trichabfrandinteofredgennueneygildazzcar.infoinfo
  2. Duzilkree says:
    Circa Harmony Roy Smeck Vita-Guitar Here's one that's both a rare bird and an odd duck. First, a bit of history. In the s, Roy Smeck was a popular vaudeville performer who was billed as the Wizard of the Strings. His act featured him switching between tenor banjo, ukulele, Hawaiian guitar, Spanish guitar and mandolin. He was so well-known at the time that when the Vitaphone company.
  3. Gusho says:
    Oct 25,  · Sweet Georgia Brown Ukulele Lesson by Marcy Marxer. Learn the Chords, play the song. Taught by GRAMMY Winning, fun loving musician.
  4. Malazahn says:
    Jan 01,  · Definitely for the initiated. This recording has all the hallmark Roy Smeck tricks of the trade. This is vintage music, and it can become overwhelming when you listen to the tracks back to back.. Roy Smeck was a definite virtuoso. But he is an acquired taste. It's easy to get overwhelmed with this. Take it in small doses and enjoy.5/5(3).
  5. Zusho says:
    The Magic Ukulele Of Roy Smeck, an album by Roy Smeck on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Dojar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Magic Ukulele Of Roy Smeck on Discogs/5(3).
  7. Kazrami says:
    Roy Smeck was one of the earliest nonclassical guitar virtuosos, and his expertise on Hawaiian guitar, banjo, and ukulele is well-documented on this CD. Influenced by such greats as Eddie Lang, Ikey Robinson, banjoist Harry Reser, and steel guitarist Sol Hoopii, Smeck carved out a big-time niche as a "string wizard" on the vaudeville circuit/5(10).
  8. Goltijar says:
    The Harmony Roy Smeck Vita Ukulele was built from to the mid-late s in Chicago, Illinois, and is named for Smeck’s work with Vitaphone, a phonograph disc based system for film sound. With Vitaphone, the film and soundtrack were physically separate, though after soundtracks started being printed on the film, the trademark was re-used.
  9. Akikora says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Roy Smeck - The Magic Ukulele Of Roy Smeck, Wizard Of The Strings at Discogs. Complete your Roy Smeck collection/5(3).

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