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Gone, Gone, Gone



 Genre: Country-Western

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A quick parody of an old tune - written to remember my jobs of the past working on computers...
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Uploaded: Jan 23, 2005 - 09:18:47 PM
Last Updated: Jan 24, 2005 - 05:58:55 AM Last Played: Mar 08, 2018 - 10:21:29 AM
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eMac G4, 1gHz, Tascan US-122, Shure SM-58, Gibson RB-250 banjo, Martin D-28 Guitar, some cheap Fender bass.
Peter Greenstone said 4804 days ago (January 24th, 2005)
great bajo playing
How refreshing to hear a real banjo performance. Funny
lyrics. You sing like They Might be Giants. Great
performances on all the instruments. I love it.
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TobinMueller said 4804 days ago (January 24th, 2005)
Style as metaphor
History of computers and programmers done in a
wonderful down home way with superb banjo licks, puts
the whole rapid technological evolution into perspective in
such a great way. The very style of music becomes a
metaphor. Really well done!
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said 4803 days ago (January 25th, 2005)
80-column tribute
Unexpected joy in this song bemoaning outdated
technology. I am a tech coordinator for a grade school and
hard a hard time parting with old IIe's, IIc's, IIfx's, 8080s,
Z80s, 68030s, etc. Unsympathetic tech volunteers pried
them from my prized storage area deep in the bowels of
the school and send them to the recycling pasture, while I
cried. This is a song befitting the moment.
thetiler said 4803 days ago (January 25th, 2005)
Good Stuff!
This is some great banjo picking.

Nice song!

Just outstanding banjo!!!!!

This is the first time I've been to your site. I am very glad I
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G said 4802 days ago (January 26th, 2005)
Perhaps lacking a reference to OSX versus classic
given the nature of the MacJams site - but otherwise
superb. Loved it.
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said 4799 days ago (January 29th, 2005)
Great Banjo
And the lyrics brought a smile to my face.
bronco said 4789 days ago (February 8th, 2005)
Pickin and a Grinin
Thanks for this one. It brought a smile to my face for the
first time today. Nice banjo - not too many of you guys
left anymore.
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daphna said 4761 days ago (March 8th, 2005)
I love your music
this is another great song, with that precious banjo
playing. Thanks for posting.
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pollywogs said 4614 days ago (August 2nd, 2005)
Fun stuff
A great song. I enjoyed the lyrics, the singing and the
playing. Fun to hear a song about computers done in blue
grass. Makes a nice juxtapostion.
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Aussie John said 4583 days ago (September 2nd, 2005)
Hi really enjoyed the music not least the juxtaposition of
"traditional" style music and the higher tech subject.
The playing of the Banjo is nice and crip and the recording
excellent. I have a similar Banjo but getting a good recorded
sound hasnt been easy.
One comment though I'd like to hear the bass a little higher
in the mix.
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Feter said 4217 days ago (September 3rd, 2006)
classic !!
singin ..playin ....such a nice song to enjoy and listen
so awesome ... thnx .. !!
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Longtime banjo picker, British car nut (Triumphs). Lived in Missouri almost all my life, born and raised in KC, have lived in St. Louis area the last 20 years.... [see more]
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Country music, also called country and western music or country-western, is an amalgam of popular musical forms developed in the Southern United States, with roots in traditional folk music, Celtic Music, Blues, Gospel music, and Old-time music. Howe

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