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My former Delcoa bandmate Jay Allan released a solo record last year and asked me to play on a few of the cuts. Coolest part about the project was not playing any guitar, just dobro, mandolin and lap steel.
I'm playing mandolin and dobro on this tune.
We recorded and this in one night at Puget Sound. Jay did all of the parts (uke, bass, percussion, guitars and vocals). I added dobro (a beat to death 1974 Dobro) and mandolin (a King Brown F-type) parts later that week. I really like the laid back feel. We didn't plan on it being a six minute song, but that's the luxury you have when you're producing your own record.
A remake of an old Delcoa song, stripped down to the basics. I played my Oahu lap steel through a Mesa Boogie MK2C+ at really low volumes to get a low fi, less overdriven sound that seemed to fit the tune.