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September 29, 2006

New uke comparisons

I've uploaded several new uke sound samples and rearranged the page per a suggestion from VintageFL - Uke Comparison Page

If you would like to record some simple sound clips with your ukes please send them to zathras@gmail.com.


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September 26, 2006

New songs

John Colter and WS64 have new tracks up.

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September 25, 2006

Robgonzo's Fretboard Flashcards

Robgonzo has been hard at work making some handy flashcards to help you learn the fretboard. Here they are and for future reference http://cards.ukeland.com will direct you to them (that is easier to remember and type then the full url :).

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September 23, 2006

new stuff

DSR101 has sent in a new song and WS64 has sent in a tab for And I Love Her

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September 18, 2006

Uke A Lady

Jeff Japers has sent in a new track Uke a Lady.

And Elijah Wilbury has sent in his recording of Series of Dreams

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September 17, 2006

We got ya covered

Ok we have lots of covers to post - Jon Prown covers Close To You, VintageFL covers Monkey, Rev. Will covers Ink, Nipper and I cover the UkeCast Theme - Noir Style, and I cover God Only Knows.

Posted by zathras at 9:29 PM | TrackBack

September 11, 2006

Books and stuff

I just posted on eBay some uke related books and DVDs that either have been collecting dust since learning or I have multiple copies of - auctions are here.

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September 10, 2006

A Train

Gerald Readore has sent in his recording of Take the A Train

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September 5, 2006


Jon Prown has sent in his instrumental recording of In My Life and sent in chord information. Excellent as always.

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September 4, 2006


As mentioned in this weeks UkeCast - I am now a full-time dad and have moved the sites to other providers that unfortunately cost money. I am trying to keep everything as ad free as possible, but have decided to add PayPal donation links to the front page of both sites.


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