The lead break it is based upon Earl Scruggs classic break on the early Flatt & Scruggs recordings made for Mercury Records in the early fifties, which many believe are the finest bluegrass recordings ever made. Country legend Merle Haggard, who was a lifelong fan and admirer of Bob Wills, covers San Antonio Rose in this 2004 concert from the Cheyenne Salloon and Opera House in Orlando Florida. This lesson looks at two new right hand back up patterns, using Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms to demonstrate. Like the reflective and sentimental “I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times” where he sings “Every time I get the inspiration to go change things around no one wants to help me look for places where new things might be found.” Yeah, then Beatles are another one too. It's like this, DJ Abilities gets the crowd started, then the lights go out! He really did things that people had never done before in pop.
This is leaps and bounds better than his previous albums.From the moment "Do The Pigeon" started, I was hooked. You have love songs, club/dance songs, fun songs, and even songs about John's love and confusion with God."Money Back Guarantee" is your classic Pigeon silliness, and "The Last Sunshine" feat. Like the title suggests, this is a great summer type of record. The Summertime Pool Party ends with one of the greatest songs known to me, "Growin' Old".That brings me to PIGEON JOHN AND THE SUMMERTIME POOL PARTY.At long last I have to say that PJ has achieved an accomplishment that is as good as what he did with his partner in rhyme.