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Country legend Merle Haggard, who was a lifelong fan and admirer of Bob Wills, covers San Antonio Rose in this 2004 concert from the Cheyenne Salloon and Opera House in Orlando Florida. This lesson looks at two new right hand back up patterns, using Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms to demonstrate.
On this video, from a Tonight Show performance in 2000, Tommy Duncan's vodal is covered by country singer Dwight Yoakum.
The second MP3 is a recording I made of an outdoor jam session I participated in at the Clifftop Appalachian Music Festival in July, 2008.
The first Soldiers Joy MP3 is the classic clawhammer/bluegrass banjo duet recorded by Earl Scruggs and John Mc Euen on the groundbreaking album.
Asleep at the Wheel is a western swing band that began in the 1970s, who strive to emulate the orginal Texas Playboy sound.
This pattern is imitated by the two later performances.
The Flatt & Scruggs version is based on the 1938 recording by the Morris Brothers, a guitar and mandolin duo who Earl played with for a time before joining Bill Monroe in 1948.
The original fiddle key was D/A, but I have set the tune in G/D, where I think most bluegrassers play it.
San Antonio Rose TEF San Antonio Rose Left Hand Patterns San Antonio Rose Lyrics Right Hand Exercise, Backward Roll San Antonio Rose MP3 (Wills) San Antonio Rose MP3 (Seldom Scene) San Antonio Rose MP3 (Adcock) San Antonio Rose MP3 (Sparks) San Antonio Rose You Tube (Wills) San Antonio Rose You Tube (Asleep at the Wheel) San Antonio Rose You Tube (Haggard): This lesson is going to feature the forward roll, using my own arrangement of Bob Wills' great western swing standard, San Antonio Rose, AKA Rose of San Antone.
There is also a You Tube video of Flatt & Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys performing the song on their Martha White television show.
The tab is based upon the performance from the Flatt & Scruggs At Carnegie Hall album. Bob now plays with his banjo picking brother Dave, in a fine group they call Blackstone Valley Bluegrass.