I love to start my day with a little blues on my guitar. Which photography suits the blues? To my simple arrangement of the blues with the title ALBERTA (a woman) maybe fits a photo taken in Alberta (Canada):
OG. *Explore July 5th, 2011 #90*
title=”OG.” *Explore July 5th, 2011 #90* – photo by JCP / Jeffrey Chin, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; photo was kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on
background music: my instrumental tribute to Eric Clapton’s “ALBERTA” (the MTV unplugged series) – I was supported by Gernot Baur on blues harp:

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writer, photographer, guitarist

14 responses to “Alberta

  1. Nice, soothing little tune, Frizz — enjoyed it!


  2. Very nice tune, good sound, good playing!


  3. That’s a wonderful way to start a day, Frizz or [for some others] to accompany a sunset!


  4. Lovely bit of music, ft. πŸ™‚


  5. Perfect tones πŸ™‚



    I read you started the A’s somewhere ? Alberta 47 is perfect!


  7. Perfect sounds on this lovely Sunday morning. Summer has at last come to UK, though it may be as fleeting as your little sound cloud.


  8. Lovely start to my day listening to your sweet notes πŸ™‚


  9. Great song, I love the tone of a acoustic guitar, sounds like a Doc Watson song?


  10. Nice routine to start the day!


  11. Very nice fingering of this song … enjoyed it and the car. The white walls are a stand out.


  12. Ya, Eric Clapton is one of the best guitarists in the business, I think. I still remember the “old days” when he played with George Harrison as well as when he was with the band Cream.


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