Bartt Warburton | Pluck You and Other Love Songs

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Pluck You and Other Love Songs

by Bartt Warburton

Romantic, bad-ass ukulele singing.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Yes, I Love You
2:25 $0.49
2. Love Song Number 682
2:57 $0.49
3. Climbing the Garden Walls
1:44 $0.49
4. Ghosts in Love
2:16 $0.49
5. Be Mine
2:16 $0.49
6. And We All Had a Ball
2:29 $0.49
7. Zombie Love Song
2:30 $0.49
8. In the Marketplace
2:17 $0.49
9. Your Little Tootsies
0:59 $0.49
10. Pluck You
1:24 $0.49
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Album Notes
Bartt Warburton is known worldwide as "Ukulele Bartt," and this album shows why. With ten new songs of love, Bartt gives you his quirky humor, prodigious ukulele chops, and the sweetest harmonies in the hemisphere.

"Pluck You" is his fourth album, and all the songs were penned by Bartt. Sensitive and sincere, absurd and acrobatic, and always full of fun and love. Several of these songs are staples of Bartt's live concert performances, although they had never been recorded in the studio. Bartt plays all of the instruments himself. In addition to ukulele, you'll hear him on guitar, bass, percussion and bouzouki.

Although Bartt sings three-part harmony on many of the tracks, "Pluck You" also offers one instrumental song. "In the Marketplace" was inspired by Bartt's performances in Greece, where he played with Greek musicians in Athens and Santorini. Bartt plays bouzouki, baritone ukulele, and bass on the track.

Romance is Bartt's forte, even when he's singing to his ukulele. The title track is a song about plucking, and is a favorite in his live shows. Listen to the song, play along, and get the t-shirt. You'll look as good as you play.

So enjoy yourself by checking out Bartt's music, and learn to play uke with Bartt's instructional DVDs, e-books and downloads. You deserve some fun and romance, and Bartt has plenty on tap!



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