Well done for getting through all those songs! I have to say our version of Rawhide was pretty good. our next meeting is next week check the calendar.
Ive sent an email this morning to all the emails I have, I know some of you are missing. If you can give me your email via contact me on this website I can get you on the distribution list.
see you next week
Just a reminder about our next session……..
- Da Doo Ron ron – The Crystals…Marlow Beginners book page 22
- You Can’t Aways get what you want – Rolling Bones……Marlow Beginners book page 7
- Five foot two eyes of Blue – Young and Henderson 1925…gotta love these 1920 songs they fit the ukulele so well. …….Marlow Book 2 page 1
- Valerie – Amy Winehouse…Marlow Book 1 Page 26
- Rawhide – in other section under songbooks
- Brother Jack – while playing F
- Clementine – Marlow Beginners book page 7
- Whole world in his hands – Marlow Beginners book page 2
- The Drunken Sailor – Marlow Beginners book page 5
I forgot all about this , so at the next session we will do Kansas City. I’ve added it to the songbook section, what ever next 12 bar blues in C on the uku!.
Give it a go playing along to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9O8XjZTrp4
Thanks to everyone , I think there was about 16 of us. Hope the fingers are not too sore this morning! Well done everybody for giving it a go. Beginners keep that C, G practice going and well done for doing the muted strum during the City of New Orleans train song, a lot of new stuff for you but you all coped right? Tom thanks and well done for the solo on Breakfast at Tiffanys. Next meetings will be in the calendar. Finally thanks Karen and Marion from Wokingham Cricket Club for the venue and opening the bar.
For anyone that is thinking of going, the workshops are getting booked, Ben Rouse – The all-new ultimate Ukulele Rock workshop on Saturday 18th June is sold out.
So we have some songs to start out on Brian at Marlow has said we can use his songbook, Thanks Brian. Download or print off the songbook before the 23rd Feb.
The Winchester Ukulele Festival is going to be the first ever festival of it’s kind in Winchester and takes place on Saturday 4th June 2016