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Self Laid Traps is basically myself and friends who have recorded stuff together over the years. The name comes from a band that I played in about 13 years ago,
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Peak position #25
Intended as 'library music' Inspired by sitting and looking at the harbour down the road on a rare sunny day! See full details
Arrangement is more 'Eva Cassidy' than jazz. Different, I suppose.. Hope you enjoy it!
Demo done for my great friend Les of a replica 'Coodercaster' that he built. Tiesco gold front pickup, rear pickup from a 1940's lapsteel.. Same as the original, I think. Awesome guitar!! Changes in tone are incredible on a 5 way Strat switch.
FREE DOWNLOAD - Hope you enjoy it! Bit of old 1928 - from 'Roman Scandals' I believe - Not to be confused with 'The Glory of Love' which is 8 years later, and obviously pinched!
Peak in sub-genre #2
Jazz classic - arrangement Self Laid Traps. Mark Haley's solo is excellent. How did he get out of that one, and still end up on the right note at the end??? Respect!!!
Peak position #59
3 chords and the truth?
Peak position #27
"Inspired by" Ry Cooder's playing on 'Crossroads' - Dobro F60S with internal transducer. Have moved it more towards the cone than it was. I'll get there!
Peak in sub-genre #3
The great joy of pub playing.... some years ago.. Ha,ha. Our take on an old Skynyrd song! Read full info................
Peak in sub-genre #8
Dublin-based singer and songwriter, June Caresse . Wish we had recorded more - she had some great songs- fine singer and guitarist.. Where are you now Junie? - I want to record some more.
Peak in sub-genre #35
I found this at the end of an home session - Must have left the recorder going. Apologies about the slide... 1:30 in the morning!. That is why I play guitar. Great fun. 10/10 June!!!!!!
Peak in sub-genre #7
Peak position #80
Peak in sub-genre #14
Peak in sub-genre #23
Our take on an old Cat Stevens classic