garym’s twenty-seven comments

  • Re: free music UPLOAD sites

    An example of an amazing band on dmusic.com: http://ceilimoss.dmusic.com/ more…

  • Re: free music UPLOAD sites

    Another alternative that's a little more formal, http://music.download.com is the successor to MP3.com -- submissions are reviewed and must pass by their judges to be posted; while EVERYONE can have a song to sing on dmusic.com (which, IMHO, is how it sho... more…

  • Re: free music UPLOAD sites

    http://www.dmusic.com has a celtic category (under World Music I think) and lets you upload about 75Mb of your MP3 files with space for you to run a performer bio, run a mailing list, post your band news and that sort of stuff. more…

  • Re: Old Time Fiddling

    Oh, and our local old-time masters play lots of Irish tunes, just not the pub-tunes we tend to associate with sessions or performance art. They have a selection that are part of the repetoire, and the good ones keep adding more, but there's a particular q... more…

  • Re: Old Time Fiddling

    In our region (Southwestern Ontario) "Old Time" is very definately "fiddle music tradition handed down from the pioneers" which I believe would suit the Ozark definition since "Old Time" (or tyme) hardly describes Levon Helm ;) more…

  • A keeper

    First time I heard the Midi play, I thought, "Hey what th--" but by the time it got to the B part, I was laughing out loud at it. Ice hot, one for the tunebook if only for that one moment someone says, "Know any new tunes? ..." more…

  • First Impressions

    Ok, a first report from the field 🙂 ... more…

  • According to the mandolincafe tab notes, this tune is supposed to have been played by Brian Boru's troops on their return from the more…

  • Awesome

    I believe the technical expression is "w00t!!!" more…

  • Pass on the midi

    Great tune, but the MIDI transcription for this somehow got quite surreal (especially if you make 'concertina' the default voice) -- I think the converter got confused by having chords over the first voice but not over the second; gives it a very Fellini ... more…