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Friday Links

Friday Links

It’s nearing the end of the year and the Ukulele 2016 Spotify playlist is taking shape. As always, there’s a wide variety of great music from world famous virtuosos to low-fi indie acts, novelty songs to slick Hawaiian standards. So whatever you’re into you should find something you like on there.

New Releases
– New record from Mr.B The Gentleman Rhymer: There’s a Rumpus Going On
– Kamaka have collected the cream of Hawaii’s ukers for the double album Keep Strumming.
Kyle Frazer’s It Was You has been out for a while in CD form but it’s now on Bandcamp on a pay-what-you-like basis.
Formidible Vegetable Sound System’s Grow Do It

Ukes
– A striking KoAloha Black Label custom uke.
– New name to me Jim DeCava Maui Creek ukulele.
1920s Washburn Shrine with green binding.

Tattoo of “Play your ukulele,” in Circular Gallifreyan.

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  1. Burt November 21st, 2016 2:03 pm

    I just started playing the baritone uke. Do you have an article of “No hassle chord changes for the baritone uke”?”

  2. Woodshed November 21st, 2016 7:35 pm

    Burt: I don’t but the same principles apply as in my post for standard tuning. Same shapes but different chords. For example, A to D on a standard uke would be E to A on baritone.

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