Posted by gailg64
- Play count: 431
Size: 1,443kb, uploaded 4/26/2011 6:58:43 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
One of 2 C Grey Eagles from N. C. fiddler Manco Sneed. This is a low-res file from a house party. Other musicians must remain unnamed, but that's me picking the banjo.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 @4:37:53 AM
Must have been quite a house party if the other musicians must remain unnamed. Was there much damage?
Great stuff, thanks for posting.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 @4:53:40 AM
PS, I linked your posting to the RTP Players Group. Hope you don't mind. I think it's safe enough.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011 @3:01:22 PM
If you're curious, email me I'd be happy to list personnel. Just didn't want to publicly post music I recorded so carelessly & in mp3 format. As many of you know, it's pretty difficult to make a decent recording when you're also playing!
Tuesday, July 12, 2011 @3:31:20 PM
Thank you Gail, but I was just kidding around.
You wouldn't know Mick Ayres from Florida would you? He's in SC now and is mainly responsible for my interest in old-time music and starting to play the banjo. He says he remembers seeing you with the Bucksnort Barndance String Band in FL.
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Thursday, February 21, 2013 @7:36:05 PM
This about the best thing ever!
Who's the fiddler?
Friday, February 22, 2013 @6:00:18 AM
Joseph Decosimo. He has a new Cd, Sequatchie, that's full of lesser known Tennessee fiddle tunes. Luke Richardson, a great clawhammer-er, who learned from Adam Hurt, is the main banjo player & I play on 5 cuts. Karen Heil, from San Francisco, played excellent guitar.
Friday, February 22, 2013 @7:22:13 AM
Boy! I wanta sound like this!! Really nice!! Is that song related to 'Johnson Boys' that Albert Hash and Emily Spencer play??
Friday, February 22, 2013 @7:59:43 AM
Cello was an important part of the old TN stringband sound. Joseph's wife Kasey is playing cello here & also on Hy Patillion on the Sequatchie recording. The most recent Old-Time Herald has an article on cello in o-t music by Paul Wells, who taught at Middle Tn State for many years.
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