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Published on Aug 5, 2016
Recorded by Robert Wilkins in 1929. When he was rediscovered in the 60ies he wouldn't play blues anymore and performed only religiuous material (with the same blues guitar accompaniment though). The Rolling Stones recorded their version as "Prodigal Son" on their "Beggar's Banquet" LP High G tuning but a half step tuned down G# D# B f#. I'm playing a Mya Moe tenor ukulele made of mango wood.
If you bought one of my ukulele ebooks in the past I'll send you TAB for this lesson free of charge. How to get it : attach one of the tabs of your ebook and send it to my personal email address (the one I used to send your order) and let me know what you want.