Play List at Abilene’s, October 17, 2011

Monday evening, Guitar Club members did what they do best—play guitar! In a congenial atmosphere at Abilene’s we got together once again to exchange ideas, information and music. We were happy to see some new faces among us. Just some of the highlights were Mark Grover‘s discourse on his newly acquired harp guitar and Chuck Dye‘s explanation of the advantages of an extra low “A“ string. Here is the Play List:


Phil St. George

Richard Taglieri, “Lament” (Andrew Forrest)
Jeremy Carter, “Classical Gas” (Mason Williams)
Mark Grover, “Because It’s There” (Michael Hedges)
♫ on the Harp Guitar
John Williamson, “Lover, Come Back to Me” (Hammerstein/Romberg)
Sherwin Temple, “Don’t Go Changing” (Billy Joel)
Phil St. George, “All of You” (Cole Porter)
♫ first time performance at RGC!
Ross Bracco, “Clair de Lune” (Claude Debussy)
♫ Ross is obsessed by this tune!
Bernie Lehmann, “Paint It Black/Eleanore Rigby” (Stones/Beatles)
Chuck Dye, “Embraceable You” (George & Ira Gershwin)
♫ on his 7-string guitar
Dan Feuerstein, “Blues in A” (traditional)

Round 2


Dan Feuerstein

Bernie, “Honey Pie” (Beatles)
♫ those insects!
Jeremy, Medley—Sounds of Silence, Scarborough Faire/ 59th St. Bridge, Mrs. Robinson (Paul Simon)
Richard, “Int a Begripe” (Owe Walter)
♫ after a Swedish poem
Mark, “Chava’s Song” (Michael Hedges)
Ross, “Love Me Tender” alias “Aura Lee” (Poulton)
♫ “Let the Guitar do the work!”
Sherwin, “All My Heart” (original)

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