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Blue Moon of Kentucky


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Uploaded By: Elger Heath. Added on: 14 November 2018.
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written & recorded by Bill Monroe

I picked up a cheap, acoustic, guitar that had this really bright sound. When I brought it home the first thing I played on it was a classic bluegrass number, by Bill Monroe, called 'Blue Moon of Kentucky'.

This is a great song that is, most times, recorded faster than this. I often feel that great lyrics ought to be savored so I slowed it down a bit. I hope you can forgive my armature harmony and instrumentals. There is something about this recording that I just liked enough to post it. Here is my cover of 'Blue Moon of Kentucky'.