Round Robin in the Red Room, July 21, 2014

Enthusiastic RGC guitar aficionados come together in the Red Room for a round robin session. Most bring guitars; some have made their own instrument. Most come to play; all come to listen. Lou brings his 12-fret, and Steve brings his unusual Chapman stick John hangs the banner while Jerry sets up the amp. Everyone listens and everyone goes home feeling better for having been there.


Bernie Lehmann with
newly made guitar

Play List
George Aparicio, “Classical Gas” (Mason Williams)
Jeremy Carter, “Tears in Heaven” (Eric Clapton/William Jennings)
~ written to express the pain of Clapton’s loss of his 4-year old son, Conor
John Williamson & Richard Taglieri, “Stars Fell on Alabama” (Frank Perkins)
~ based on the story of a spectacular meteor shower in Alabama in 1833
Phil St. George, “Milestones” (Miles Davis)
Bernie Lehmann, “Ave Maria” (Franz Schubert)
~ in preparation for a friend’s wedding on Bernie’s new self-made instrument
Lou Alano, “Little Big Shimmy” (original)
~ introduction to “Water Song”
Kinloch Nelson, “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay” (Otis Redding)
Steve Hahn, “Water Babies” (original)
~ on the Chapman stick
Gordon Munding, “One Mile Slick” (original)
~ another Miles Davis reference
Richard, “Baca” (Richard Pick)
~ from a series of rhythmic sketches


John & Richard

George, “Little Goat” (Spanish traditional)
Jeremy, “My Creole Belle” (Mississippi John Hurt)
John & Richard, “My Funny Valentine” (Rodgers & Hart)
Phil, “Don’t Know Why” (Jesse Harris)
Bernie, “Canon in D” (Johann Pachelbel)
~ also for the wedding
Lou, “Water Song” ((Jorma Koukonen)
~ not the same wedding!
Kinloch, “Canadian Sunset” (Eddie Heywood)
Steve, “Rock ‘n Roll Koochie Hoo” (Rick Derringer)
~ first recorded with Johnny Winter who recently passed away
Gordon, “Early Mornin’ Blues” (Blind Blake)

more photos

~ Richard Taglieri
Photos: Phil St. George

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