Posted by Don Borchelt
- Play count: 740
Size: 1,626kb, uploaded 6/4/2011 1:46:11 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
I ran across this recording on my hard drive a couple of days ago, forgot I had it. Don Couchie came to Boston for a visit back in March, 2010, and this is one of the tunes we played in my living room, recorded on my hand-held Tascam DR-1. This tune comes originally from the repertoire of West Virginia fiddler Burl Hammons. Apparently, every time Hammons recorded it, he varied the melody a bit, which helps explain all the variations floating around. Don is on fiddle; I'm playing three-finger style banjo, key of G, banjo tuned gDGAD.
Saturday, June 4, 2011 @1:56:20 PM
now man thats great stuff don and don,i knowed it though
Saturday, June 4, 2011 @4:28:38 PM
Don, a great version played here with the accented part A, real nice man.
tom elder Says:
Saturday, June 4, 2011 @5:59:07 PM
Now this song makes sense to me and mt thick head
Sunday, June 5, 2011 @6:10:59 PM
Very good Don (and Don) enjoyed it a lot !!
Sunday, June 5, 2011 @6:12:30 PM
...and please check your HD for any other 'forgotten' ones...no use sitting there gathering dust :)
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