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Down Home Slide (1998)

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1 	–Robert Nighthawk 	That's All Right 	
2 	–John Henry Barbee 	I Know She Didn't Love Me 	
3 	–Fred And Annie Mae McDowell 	Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed 	
4 	–Big Joe Williams 	Roll Me Over Slow 	
5 	–Robert Nighthawk 	Everything Gonna Be Alright 	
6 	–Elijah Brown 	John Henry 	
7 	–Eddie Taylor (2) 	Jackson Town 	
8 	–George Coleman (2) 	Mad & Evil 	
9 	–Blind Connie Williams 	I'm On My Way To Canaan Land 	
10 	–Big Joe Williams 	Which Way My Baby Go? 	
11 	–Johnny Shines 	Hoodoo Snake Doctor Blues 	
12 	–John Littlejohn 	Slidin' 	
13 	–Big Joe Williams 	Walk On, Little Girl 	
14 	–Arthur Weston 	Poor Boy Long Way From Home 	
15 	–Robert Nighthawk 	Anna Lee 	
16 	–David "Honeyboy" Edwards 	Sweet Home Chicago 	
17 	–Fred McDowell 	I'm So Glad I Got Good Religion 	
18 	–Big Joe Williams 	My Lonesome Bed 	
19 	–Blind Connie Williams 	Key To The Highway

 

Sliding is a legato technique that allows a guitarist to manipulate the sound of a note after it is played.

Slides enable you to connect two or more notes smoothly and quickly, and make for more seamless position changes on the fretboard. They add life to notes and lend a vocal quality to your licks. Sliding is an essential technique for both rhythm and lead playing. As the name suggests, a slide is produced by picking a fretted note and then sliding your fretting finger up or down the string, maintaining contact with it, to arrive at a new note on another fret. When the destination fret is reached, this new note will sound.

In order to produce an effective slide, constant pressure is needed on the string throughout the length of the slide. A slide can be as short as a single fret or as long as the entire length of the fretboard. Slides can also be done with chords. Slides are noted by an upward or downward diagonal line connecting notes in notation or numbers in tablature. They can have the letters "sl." written above them as well.

Successful slides are a matter of touch. When you first pick the string, fret the note as you normally do. As soon as you start your slide, ease up slightly on your fretting finger so it glides swiftly and effortlessly over the frets to the next note. Too much pressure, and your finger won't slide; too little, and you won't create the sound of the slide. Once you reach your desired note, reapply pressure with your fingertip, otherwise the target note won't sound. ---guitarworld.com

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