Born in 1900, Pennsylvania, Roy Smeck was a virtuoso ukulele performer. Smeck had an incredible technique, and a great entertain attitude.
He applies a lot of funny techniques on ukulele, like tossing the instrument into the air, spinning his uke like a rockabilly bass player or tapping the woodwork with percussive breaks: basically, Smeck has anticipated a lot of advanced guitarists techniques of the latter half of the 20th century.
His amazing style and skill earned him the nickname "Wizard of the Strings".
This piece was published in “The Magic Ukulele Of Roy Smeck”, a great Smeck's album.
The song is not really simple: furthermore in the album the ukulele was accompanied by other instruments.
My transcription is a simplified version, thinked to be played on ukulele solo.
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