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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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The Chairmain Ashokan Fairwell: Westman Jams Sound Bytes by Elger Heath

Posted 11-15-2017 at 08:04 PM by Bishop
Updated 11-15-2017 at 08:07 PM by Bishop

composed by Jay Ungar
featured artist Elger Heath (a.k.a. The Chairman)

This little video, and the others like it, where created to feature on a website I edit for a jam group called the 'Westman Jams'. It is part of an artist feature series that I'm trying to put together to show folks what kind of talent and music you might see if you attended a monthly Westman Jam. All of these particular videos where recorded live at various jams using a simple voice recorder. That is why you can hear so much background noise and the recording quality is not the best. The goal is to give a real sense of what you might hear at a jam.

This month I am featuring... uh... me. Yeah I know, that sounds pretty self centered but it was the best clip I could get off the recordings as far as crowd noise went. These things are live, you see. At any rate I decided to go up to the mic and do an instrumental, instead of my usual singing stuff, because I thought that instrumentals had been under represented, as they often are. Now I'm not a very good guitarist, but I felt that sometimes you have to take a risk, after all, its all just for fun isn't it?

So here is me, Elger Heath, also known as The Chairman because I often rest one foot on a chair as I play at the mic. …oh you folks thought I was somebody important huh? Well unfortunately not. But it's all for fun so here is my effort at playing beautiful fiddle tune by Jay Ungar, on the six-string guitar, called 'Ashokan Farewell'.
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