Hey people,

Today I have another video clip to share with you, it is the third FaceBook Live Stream, featuring three original songs, this time from 24/4/20 and featuring my Resolectric Revolver from NRP.

The Tuning is Open G, as this is an electric resonator and as my main amp is away at Fender for repare, here I am using my busking rig.

The first song is Whineful Moan, a song about death and not wanting to go and the pain of leaving your loved ones behind. This song was originally written and recorded for “The Might StumbleCol” album back in 2014. The Harmonica is a Hohner Pro Harp in C.

Song two is “Bankers Blues”, this is an original song, not to be confused with any song with the same or similar title, and is about dept. This song was first written and recorded for the first StumbleCol album “Smutbots Room” released in 2010. The harmonica in this song is in G, same key as the tuning, so straight harp.

The third original song in this third, short three song set is “Lock Down”, a very new song inspired by the COVID lock down. The Harmonica is a Hohner Pro Harp in C.

I will continue to make these short live streams, while I still have songs to share, so look out for more coming soon. As my Fender amp is due back after repare, maybe next I will do these sets again, but with my true amp set up.

If you enjoyed this post, please share it for me.

Many Thanks,

Stumble On,

Col

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Hi guys,

Today a new video clip to share with you, a FaceBook Live Stream from 22/5/20. This is the second clip in this series of clips, featuring three songs, in this film I am playing my 14 fret, B Series NRP, in black rust finish, tuned to Open C.

The first song in this short set is “Wishin` I Was Out Of It”, I wrote this song many years ago, it was originally played and recorded in D, and was the title track for “The Other Garden`s” third EP released in 2002. It was re-recorded for the first StumbleCol album “Smutbots Room” back in 2010, and now lives on as an acoustic slide track in Open C.

Song two is “Live Until I Die”, first written for “The Mighty StumbleCol” album, released in 2013. This song is about knowing that your lifestyle has damaged your health, but accepting that this was the cost and that we all die anyway, so make the most of it.

Song three is “The Miracle Of Santa Maria”, this is a song about “Operation Pedstal” a relief convoy in WWII, which was sent to break the siege of the island of Malta in 1942. This was pretty much a suicide mission, but Malta was deemed of such great importance to the war effort, that the convoy was sent anyway. Many ships and crews were lost, but some ships made it through, including the giant US oil tanker Ohio. The Ohio limped in the port on the day of the festival of Santa Maria, and it became known as the miracle of Santa Maria.

If you enjoyed this post please like and share it for me, and watch out for more Live Streams featuring my National Guitars.

Many Thanks,

Stumble On,

Col

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