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This is my collection of personel recorded mp3s that I occationaly get in to my head to post online. If you see any thing you like please feel free to comment on it.
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Foolish Pride written & recorded by Travis Tritt

Posted 08-02-2013 at 03:50 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m3va44NzeM

Tracis Tritts 'Foolish Pride' touches on the stumbling block to most modern relationships these days, which is the growing trend of competition with in society. Folks have become so focused on winning and being right that we have grave difficulties at figuring out when to give ground. A long lasting relation is not based on knowing how to win all the time but on realizing when and how to loose gracefully. In other words "When is a winner...
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John Deere Green written by Dennis Linde & recorded by Joe Diffie

Posted 08-02-2013 at 03:41 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM-WPeNL0OY

Lots of amateur song writers I have encountered miss the importance of variation of the music in a song. Some don't even bother to change the tune between the versus amd the chorus. But often an extra dimension can be added to a piece by including a half verse or musical change over as a third part. When I originally heard Joe Diffie's 'John Deere Green' I was not all hat impressed until he came to the third part and WHAM!
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Indiana Wants Me

Posted 08-02-2013 at 03:35 AM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

written & recorded by R. Dean Taylor

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcIvMIlmfkw

One genre of music that I have never claimed to be able to sing well would be rock'n roll in any of its formats. I grew up with country and there for, by extension, bluegrass, gospel and folk music. My brothers and sisters were into rock but I guess I always was one to buck the trend.
That having been said, I would never declair that rock doesn't have its share of great...
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OLD DOC BROWN (has moved up stairs)

Posted 07-07-2013 at 06:17 PM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

written by R. E. Winsett
recorded by Hank Snow
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Almost a forgotten genre, in country music today, is the talking song or ballad. Often written about death and/or sorrow, my uncle used to refer to these tunes as tear jerkers. One of the most famous of these was a song recorded by Hank Snow, and many others, called 'Old Doc Brown". I used to love to listen to my Uncle Nick recite these lyrics to music, in its entirety,...
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Who Will Watch The Home Place written by Kate Long & arrangement by Wayne Chaulk.

Posted 06-27-2013 at 09:50 PM by Bishop (Elger's Recording Studio)

Recorded by Laurie Lewis

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I don't believe I have ever made it a secret of the fact that I like songs best which express something I feel deeply in my heart. This is the case with the above song "Who Will Watch The Home Place". I grew up with my father's family playing music at every gathering. My Uncle Nick was my role model as an acoustic guitar player and singer and I saw my self as part of the next generation...
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