Recorded on my cheap-o cellphone, here is a sound sample of my new baby with the Low G tenor strings. It took a small bit for them to settle but she now stays in tune. I tried to play, in succession, the same chords for strumming and “chunking” so you could compare what it sounds like. 🙂 I love her! 🙂
Hi Folks, I’m only sharing this for those who are interested. I now have a compilation CD out of 10 songs plus bonus track. Available for downloadable purchase through Bandcamp and/or Physical CDs that I can mail to you for $8 plus shipping. Happy Dappy! 🙂
It’s been a while since I’ve written a new song. I become more and more thankful for my ukulele journey — now moving toward 8 months of playing, loving, and being ever more and more grateful! This original song is called, You Know The Kind. Don’t let anyone steal your joy! 🙂 🙂 Blessings for a wonderful and happy dappy Thursday!! 🙂
I Need Your Light
I know it’s been a bit since I’ve posted an original song but here’s one I recorded a few days ago called, Cup of Tea. I’ve been really trying to concentrate on learning cover songs but this song kept bubbling up so I just decided to take a break and record it quickly. As with mostly everything I do, it’s obvious that I have no clue how to really record but it’s all in good, clean fun! Hope your summer is wonderful wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!! 🙂 🙂 Thank you for following along my amazing uke journey. It’s been almost 5 months since I picked up the little 4-stringer… and I’m more infatuated than I was at day one! 🙂 🙂 Happy Dappy Friday, Ya’ll!! 🙂
A very special thank you to Steffen O. (stoman.org) and Stefan S. for helping me with chords and song arrangement. These guys continue to help me in a multitude of ways I could NEVER full express!! Sorry about the bad video recording… standard fare from me!! 🙂
Some songs are more challenging than others. Original uke song, Lean, Look, Love is certainly was one of those as you’ll be able to tell but I still very much enjoyed the journey from concept to “print.” Ultimately, it’s about the long, never-ending journey (for me anyway) of what truly matters to me in this lifetime. 🙂 Happy Blessed weekend and I hope you enjoy this as much as I enjoyed working on it.
(The next few weeks will be a little less productive (I think anyway) as I prepare for an international trip; however I hope once I’m settled, I can work on everything a little more consistently. We’ll see! Thank you VERY VERY much for following along and for being incredibly encouraging and kind to this fledgling singer/uke enthusiast!) 🙂 🙂