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Playing Since: 1960
Experience Level: Purty Good
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Occupation: retired graphic artist
Saga kit banjo, Alvarez (sp)(resonator back), no name Mandolin, Gibson Songbird, Kay "dreadnaught", no name 19th century fretless banjo, brass sheathing around rim and brass eagle brackets, all wooden fretless made mostly by me with Terry Bell's Boucher neck, Deering Goodtime Classic, Schmidt Auto Harp, penny whistles (all keys), Native American cedar flute (f#)
anyone recorded before 1945 with some exceptions, and Ken Haferman, Pete Stampfel, Don Huber, Mike Seeger, Billy Olsen, all the older guys banjoist and otherwise, Butch Wunderlich, Faith Petrick, Larry Hanks, Herb Jaeger, Dan Gellert, Hunter Robertson, Milton Kalish, Ozark Hens (older gals than the Dixie Chicks)
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Size: 10,213kb, uploaded 8/10/2012 7:59:43 AM
Genre: Old Time
Good Old "bloodsong" murder ballad. Never did get an idea of why Willie felt the need to off Polly. From a real even way back in England. Lots of fun to play on a fretless anyway.
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