Here's a second from me. Idbury Hill is a traditional Cotswold Morris Dance tune.
Played in key of D on a G/D Seydel Sampler Harmonica and accompanied with a tenor ukulele.
And if you can't see the embedded video, here's the link: vimeo.com/242402502
Here's my effort for There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder. Played by ear so no guarantees as to absolute accuracy. I'm not sure the bridge is right but it sounds OK. I used Chordify to get the key then just played over the Tex Ritter Recording till the two more or less matched. The instrumental in the middle does not exactly match the lyrics because where you may need several notes to fit in the words, a long note will often suffice with an instrument. Certainly that's the approach I took with my interpretation.
Seydel Orchestra S Harmonica in D.
You'll hopefully recognise me too from Seasons of them Ukulele
I've listened to the 'I' videos so far and have left a thumbs up on You Tube. Nice work all of you.
This one was written by Mark Knopfler for a film based on the troubles in Northern Ireland.
The photos in the video are mine taken when we visited Northern Ireland in 2006 for a friend's wedding
For those who can't see the embedded video here is the link: vimeo.com/241083298
I like the use of backing but it does need to kept in balance with the harmonica clearly the main instrument. I agree the piano was a bit too loud but I liked that it was there,
Welcome to the forum. I too play harmonica and ukulele. With practice, you can put the two together.
For your ukulele playing try ukulele underground forum. forum.ukuleleunderground.com/index.php
You'll find at least one other member from here over there.
There's a very sociable song sharing sub forum called "Seasons of the Ukulele.