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    Short trailer for my You Tube channel. www.jamesclem.com Show less
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    • Folsom Prison Blues - James Clem - Live in London - Duration: 5 minutes, 8 seconds.

      • 5 months ago
      • 426 views
      Shot at the London Ukulele Cabaret in October, 2014. This starts with the tail end of "I Fought The Law" and host Tricity Vogue and audience calls James back for an encore of this classic Johnny Ca...
    • I Fought The Law ukulele lesson - James Clem - Duration: 8 minutes, 51 seconds.

      • 6 months ago
      • 482 views
      "New improved" version of a lesson on this classic tune written by Sonny Curtis. The lesson is for intermediate and advanced players. This is in the key of G and is based on the Bobby Fuller Four r...
    • Nobody's Business - James Clem - Duration: 3 minutes, 13 seconds.

      • 6 months ago
      • 1,031 views
      This is my own take on this classic tune. My favorite version's of this are by Riley Puckett and Memphis bluesman Frank Stokes. That is my new Martin CEO-7 guitar on this. Video by Corky Miller of ...
    • I Can't Be Satisfied - James Clem - Duration: 3 minutes.

      • 6 months ago
      • 270 views
      Big Bill Broonzy tune that is not to be confused with the Muddy Waters song with the same title. One of Big Bill's rare flat picking tunes that has always been a favorite of mine. In the key of D. ...
    • I Fought The Law - James Clem - Duration: 2 minutes, 13 seconds.

      • 6 months ago
      • 353 views
      This is a companion excerpt from a ukulele lesson on You Tube I did. Not really a performance piece as I am holding back a bit for the lesson. That is my trusty National Reso-phonic ukulele. Writte...
    • Cow Cow Boogie - James Clem - Duration: 3 minutes, 4 seconds.

      • 6 months ago
      • 1,847 views
      Here is a swing tune with a jump blues kind of feel written in 1942. This is played on a Covered Bridge concert ukulele. Video by Corky Miller of Portland, OR.
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