Re: Lazy Lester


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Posted by Slip Kid on July 02, 2002 at 22:54:06:

In Reply to: Lazy Lester posted by Cinciti on June 20, 2002 at 10:57:58:

Since my submerssion into old school blues, Lazy Lester has become a personal fav. Love his character. Thanx Cinci.

: Iíve been learning some Lazy Lester stuff lately. Maybe itís my imagination but it seems to have been easier than learning the others. Also, it seems like the harp in his recordings stand out in front a bit more. On top of that, I think his music is awesome. Anyway, here are some keyed Lazy Lester tunes if anyone is interested.

: A Word About Women (Key of G)
: Blue Lester (Key of D)
: Bye Bye Baby (Key of G)
: Five Long Years (Key of D)
: Go Ahead (Key of G)
: Gonna Stick to You Baby (Key of G)
: Hello Mary Lee (Key of G)
: I Done Got Over It (Key of F)
: I Made Up My Mind (Key of E)
: If You Think Iíve Lost You (Key of G)
: Iím So Glad (Key of G)
: Iím So Tired (Key of G)
: Lesterís Stomp (Key of F)
: Lonesome Highway Blues (Key of E)
: My Home is A Prison (Key of F) Thereís no harp in this one, but itís fun to add harp to.
: Nothiní But The Devil (Key of F) Thereís no harp in this one, but itís fun to add harp to.
: Patrol Wagon Blues (Key of G)
: Ponderosa Stomp (Key of G)
: Strange Things Happen (Key of E)
: Take it Easy Greasy (Key of A)
: Tell Me Pretty Baby (Key of E)
: The Sun is Shining (Key of G)
: They Call Me Lazy (Key of F)
: Whoa Now (Key of F)
: You Better Listen (Key of F)
: You Got Me Where You Want Me (Key of F)
: Youíre Gonna Ruin Me Baby (Key of E)




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