Genre: Traditional Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs) Key: D Tuning: aDGBD Difficulty: Intermediate
Posted by banjoman 1, updated: 8/20/2012
Notes: I don't know the true origin of this tune but I know that it's played widely in the New England area as well as all over the South. John Hartford had a nice version of it on the fiddle
Jack Baker Says:
Monday, August 20, 2012 @9:51:40 AM
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 @9:50:05 AM
Very nice rendition! While often credited to Canadian fiddler Ned Landry, it is also known as the "Pea Soup Reel" in Quebec and the U.S., especially in the Midwest. Banjoist Garland Shuping had a nice version of it on a recording back in the early '70's. Skip Holmes.
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