#1
Hey, just curious as to what genre you would call Windy and Warm - Tommy Emmanuel??

here is the song http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ogc9KqjBsZo

i was wondering if you could call it blues? or classify it as Jazz?
im doing Jazz- blues for school and need a song to play, i was going to do Deep River Blues - Doc Watson but its a bit boring as a solo and im too lazy to expand upon it with improv..

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#2
its blues/country/jazz. hahaha. he said it himself. with tommy emmanuel, you really cant limit him to one genre. it's impossible.
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#3
yer but he wasnt very definate... can u classify blues/country/jazz as a blues piece?
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#4
i dont think it would be right to do so. it's more of a hybrid genre more than anything. and i think he was quite definite, actually. he said something along the lines of "this is a bluesy, country, jazzy piece"

you should probably try to ask your school about it. you don't know how lenient they are about this stuff.
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#5
yea okay, cheers mate...

i'll just replace starry night with it, and put it under Instrument and its repertoire or something
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