Not much with me. I play with an upright bass-player maybe once a week or so. He's actually an electric-guy bass-player (pretty good), but awhile back he asked me to work with him so he could get into some older stuff... pre-war blues and ragtime acoustic. We've done a few open-mics as a duo. A few of our tunes are some old Blind Blake rags, a couple of old Fats Waller proto-jazz piano-tunes I'd rearranged for acoustic finger-style guitar, Sam Chatmon and His Barbeque Boys, some Tampa Red, etc. About the newest thing we do (if you wanna call it new) is the old Rev. Robert Wilkins tune "No Way to Get Along" which we do much closer to the version of it the Stones did in the 60's that they Called "Prodigal Son." (Which surprisingly for me, I'd actually liked better than the old 1929 original.)
So, anyway... not much really. Kind of 'winding down.'
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