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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. The first is from the Seldom Scene, from the 1995 album The banjo player is probably Tom Boyd, from southern Ohio, currently with the Dry Branch Fire Squad. I also located three bluegrass versions of the tune. The first Soldiers Joy MP3 is the classic clawhammer/bluegrass banjo duet recorded by Earl Scruggs and John Mc Euen on the groundbreaking album. For interest, I have also added a link to a You Tube posting of Mississippi John hurt's rendition of the song, which preserves the original ragtime flavor.: Soldier's Joy introduces playing in C tuning, and demonstrates the similarity of C tuning left hand positions with left hand up the neck patterns in G tuning. Two I especially like: a nice Scruggs style version from Virginia picker Billy Wheeler, and a clawhammer version by Rick Hollander, from Kings Park, New York.

There are a lot of nice postings of Soldier's Joy in the Banjo Hangout MP3 archive.

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These are now avaliable on CD and for download as , from Amazon MP3.

This recording is from a 1996 County Records CD, called which is available from Amazon.

You Tube offers up a classic 1929 recording of one of the first country string bands, Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers, playing Soldier's Joy, and singing the lyrics (such as they are).

The Flatt & Scruggs version is based on the 1938 recording by the Morris Brothers, a guitar and mandolin duo who Earl played with for a time before joining Bill Monroe in 1948.