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Plain Sailing & The Saints film

Plain Sailing & The Saints film

two short improvisations:

1) my own composition Plain Sailing

2) When The Saints Go Marching In, sometimes just called The Saints, is a black spiritual song which originated as a Christian hymn – it is often played by jazz bands and was recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1938

played here on my Auden Chester cutaway guitar in Open C tuning (CGCGCE) – using the Boss DD-500 delay (duel FX for chords / shimmer FX for lead) and the Boss RC-30 loop station to play backup and provide rhythm