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Members Licks

Bob Cox (on the left) is a guitarist/instructor living in the Mansfield, Ohio area and it a very good player - tabber - and, arranger.  A few years back he arranged a version of James Taylor's "Whenever I See Your Smiling Face" and we always ask him to play it whenever we get together.  (And, it ain't easy to play.)  With very little insistence he has provided OFGC with not only the tab to the tune, but an MP3 file of him playing it..  and, has given us permission to post it here for your listening and "stealing" pleasure...  Give a listen - and, then work up the courage to "give it a try."    (And, then send him a big thanks - or, any questions you might have about "how to play it."  Bob Cox RCox51@neo.rr.com

Whenever I See Your Smiling Face - mp3 file

(Adobe Reader Files - below)

Tab - page 1, Tab - page 2
Tab - page 3

Chris Vickers, Dayton, Ohio  (playing at little "Chet's Hands")

Palmer,

Take a listen to my latest transcription. I can't quite play it yet, but I'm working feverously on it. This was from a piano score and CD that my friend Juan Antonio Teruel Gonzolez sent me recently from Madrid. The connection, my daughter is also named Erin and is currently studying abroad in Madrid. Neat, huh?

Bruce Mock       (thanks, Bruce)

(click to hear "Erin")

 

Palmer Moore - Demo video of him playing Goodbye to Bluebell(click)

Little audio file of him playing 60 secs worth of Gravy Waltz.

 

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Kevin Bowling from Cincinnati playing  (Misty)
Take a listen to Chaz Mechenbier just "foolin' around" with his new ('92) 335 into his recording software. (click)  Chaz is a Columbus guitarist that spent some time on the road with Jerry Reed awhile back..  Great picker - super entertainer..  (Guess who's playing drums, bass, keyboards, etc?  Yep - Chaz...  8^)
Frank Lefebre playing a tune from his soon to be released CD, "Chicken Pickin'...  (click)

Rick Peckham isn't actually a member of OFGC - but, he is the Assistant Chair of the Jazz Guitar Department of Berklee School of Music in Boston and has taken to the style of Jerry Reed, lately.  Here is his tab to Jerry's "Georgia"...
Paul Hartley, owner of Worthington Music and guitar instructor for many years.  Flight of the Bumble Bee - finger exercise (click to see in Paul's tab notation)  (click to see in Tabledit by Lee Ramirez)

Julian Smith, international contest winner and guitarist from Bowden, GA.  "Super Lick"   Folks, this guy can flat play guitar.

Palmer Moore, OFGC organizer and half-fast guitar picker.  "Reed Style" Bridge to "Caravan" as recorded by Paul Yandell.