The George Washington Method for Blues Ukulele: eclectic and wild, each story more surprising than the last. Includes a lovely tale about Willy’s parents, Maynard’s neoclassic—Pegamoose and the Gorgonzola Medusa, and the slowest song ever recorded—Nostalgia for the Vegetable State.
Warning: this audiobook has nothing to do with learning how to play the ukelele—the title is a bald-faced lie.
1. Introduction by Ed Stivender2. Rufus Bly and the Lobster Wife3. Who Has Seen the Mind?4. The George Washington Method for Blues Ukulele, Part I: Martha and the Birchbark Kazoo, Part II: Tina, My Braguina5. Pegamoose and the Gorgonzola Medusa6. Nostolgia for the Vegetable State