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In order to accomdate Duncans' vocal range, the band modulates from D/A to Ab/Eb once the opening fiddle and pedal steel instrumental is over.
On this video, from a Tonight Show performance in 2000, Tommy Duncan's vodal is covered by country singer Dwight Yoakum.
Asleep at the Wheel is a western swing band that began in the 1970s, who strive to emulate the orginal Texas Playboy sound.
This pattern is imitated by the two later performances.
I also located three bluegrass versions of the tune.
The first MP3 is the original 1939 Columbia recording of Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, which was strictly an instrumental.
There is also an right hand exercise in the backward roll, to get you used to it.
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