You guys and gals all heard this one before, right? It's from the Tut Taylor tribute recording "Southern Filibuster". It came up during random play on my Itunes stuff the other day.
I can't find the Tut Taylor version but this one is full of super cool rolls, drones, and pull offs, a few of which seem to be unique to Mr. Burch. I set about to dissect it starting yesterday morning. Thought I'd share the link in case there's someone who hasn't heard this or heard it in awhile. A couple of difficult-to-figure-out-what's-going-on things going on!
Thanks for posting! It is always great to hear one of Tuts songs and Curtis is a fantastic musician. I don’t remember if this was on an album but Corey Lee McQuade will hopefully chime in with the answer.
I've always loved and admired that version by Curtis Burch. I haven't heard it in a long time and thanks for posting, great reminder
when you click on the link you get Curtis Birch on a Tut Tribute
Right beside it at the top of the page there is a Tut Taylor album
he is playing with Clarence and Roland White
it is the last song
on the cover Tut is playing a 12 string dobro
Edited by - Doctor Proctor on 11/04/2018 04:24:36
This is the original Tut album from 1964 which includes Black Ridge Ramble:
Here is Black Ridge Ramble:
'2 Note Chords - Open D' 14 hrs
'Andy Hall' 1 day
'lessons' 1 day
'Beginner advice' 2 days
'Schubb C6 capo....' 3 days
'Fishman AFX Reverb Pedal' 3 days