Not all of the songs here are played on dobro, some are played on regular acoustic guitars. I play both solo and as part of the Mary Parry Trio, around Southern Hampshire and Dorset.
My version of this beautiful Jerry Douglas number with dobro, acoustic guitar and bass.
This is not actually a jig, I think it's a hornpipe but 'hornpipe doesn't alliterate with "Joe'. Played on my lap-dobro.
Roughly based upon Furry Lewis's version of 'Poor Boy, long way from home'. Played bottleneck on my Dobro.
Considering the general state of things at the moment, “Mean Old World” (by T-Bone Walker) seems very appropriate. I am more used to playing this on my electric jazz box and it’s a bit of a challenge on an acoustic.
The full title of this composition is "If I had The Blues (I'd probably play something like this)".
This is my favorite records of all time from Santo and Johnny Farina (1959), Played on my Weissenborn acoustic lap steel
This gritty song is from Tom Paxton and tells of a 'woman of the street' who has a drug problem
From Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. Played on my Weissenborn lap steel.