Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar - Hesitation Blues - Steve J. McWilliam Tab can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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Steve McWilliam - Guitar
Hesitation Blues - Steve J. McWilliam Tab can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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Truckin' Little Baby - Nobody's Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Nobody's Business - by: Nobody's Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Louis Collins - Nobody's Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
From Clare to Here - Nobodys Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Earles Court Breakdown - Nobody's Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Barges - Steve J. McWilliam - 2012
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
All My Friends Are Gone - Nobodys Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
First Song - Nobody's Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
See See Rider - Nobody's Business - 1988
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Nobodys Business - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Acoustic Guitar) and Ian Jess (Clarinet and Vocals) as the duo "Nobody's Business". Tab for the guitar part can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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All My Friends Are Gone - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (Clarinet and Vocals) as the duo "Nobodys Business". Tabs for guitar parts can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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From Clare To Here - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (2nd Guitar and Vocals) as the duo "Nobodys Business". Tabs for the guitar part can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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First Song - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (Vocals) as the duo "Nobodys Business".
Received lots of comments & props
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Louis Collins (by Mississippi John Hurt) - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar - 6-string) and Ian Jesse Vocals and 12-string Guitar) as the duo "Nobodys Business". Tabs for the guitar part can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
Received lots of comments & props
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
My Creole Belle (by Mississippi John Hurt) - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar 6-string) and Ian Jesse (Vocals and 12-string Guitar) as the duo "Nobodys Business". Tabs for guitar over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
Received lots of comments & props
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
See-See Rider - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (Vocals) as the duo "Nobodys Business". Tab over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
Received lots of comments & props
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Earls Court Breakdown (by Owen Tunbridge) - Played by Steve J McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (Vocals and Clarinet) as the duo "Nobody's Business". Taken from a performance by Ralph McTell in a folk-club at the Brunswick Hotel/Pub in Crewe, Cheshire in the late 1960's.
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Truckin' Little Baby (by Blind Boy Fuller) - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (Vocals and Clarinet) as the duo "Nobodys Business". This version was developed form a performance by Ralph McTell at the Brunswick Hotel/Pub in Crewe, Cheshire in the late 1960's.
Received lots of comments & props
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
Hesitation Blues (by Rev Gary Davis) - played by Steve J. McWilliam (Guitar) and Ian Jesse (Vocals and Clarinet) as the duo "Nobody's Business". Taken from a performance by Ralph McTell at the Brunswick Hotel/Pub in Crewe, Cheshire in the late 1960's.
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Barges - an instrumental version of the Ralph McTell tune.
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
A test upload (first one/time) of a tune by Blind Boy Fuller - Truckin' Little Baby. Recorded using a K. Yairi FY-84 Orchestra Model guitar (Spruce top and Rosewood back & sides). Arrangement by: Steve J. McWilliam - tab over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
A test version of Stefan Grossman's "Sunday Rag" - testing the video camera and audio recording equipment - merged in Sony Vegas. Recorded Good Friday - Easter 2012 with Kieran Fish and Mike C. Martin. Free tab for this tune is available over at my Tab site at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
"Windy and Warm" by John D. Loudermilk - arrangement taken from the playing of Marcel Dadi and Chet Atkins. Here played by Steve J. McWilliam on 25th May 2012. The videos on my Channel are mainly (though not exclusively) to provide graphical assistance to help people play the tabs on my site, which can be found over at: http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar
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Runcorn, United Kingdom
A guitar ragtime tune originally recorded by Maybelle Carter. Mother Maybelle Carter told the New Lost City Ramblers she learned it from a guitar player at an Old Dominion Barn Dance in Richmond, Virginia in the early 1950's. http://www.stevemcwilliam.co.uk/guitar/tab.htm
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Steve Mcwilliam - Guitar
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Instruments Guitar, 5-String Banjo, Ukulele
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