Ranks’s thirty-eight comments

  • Re: What is traditional?

    @Slainte more…

  • Albion Country Band

    This Tune is on one of the Albion Country Bands albums. There it is followed by Jenny Lind Polka more…

  • Old Swan Band played it

    This Jig is an English one and still is very popular. more…

  • My second Solo CD

    This is my second Solo-CD. I have many guests on it, for example Dr. Ring Ding, a famous German Reggae-DJ. more…

  • Re: Flook or no Flook

    Flook is one of the examples where my opinion of the musical abilities of the Band-Members is totally contrary to my opinion of the music. Their Music bores me to death, but they all can play. more…

  • Re: Jamaicans do it the other way round

    It`s different in the Reggae-Scene. When Reggae-Artists sings a song to a riddim they call it a "tune", though it does have words. Instrumentals are either called instrumentals or versions, if it is the pure non-vocal background to a "tune". So if yo... more…

  • Varsovienna

    This tune is in the style of the "Varsoviennas", a ballroom dance in the late 1800s. Especially the B part is very much the same as in some other tunes i know. Mind you, all the varsoviennas I have heard are very much the same. And there are only abou... more…

  • 2/4

    I just think it should be notated in 2/4. A good tune. I have been playing it with my Band a long time time ago ans still like it. more…

  • Is This The Name?

    This is the Tune, The Boys of the Lough play on their Album Good friends Good Music as Cadam Woods before the Bonnie Lass of Bon Accord. . The almost real Cadam Woods we find in The Session has nothing to do with that. Good to know the real name. more…

  • Big Tune

    That is a Big Tune. Thanks for that! more…