"Mark Twain’s Wall?” . . . Vimeo link below . . . only 2 min 30 seconds.
The Pyramids, Stonehenge…. Mark Twain’s Wall? Join Stone E. Lonesome on his mysterious discovery of this most unusual structure in the middle of the Connecticut forest.
The accompanying soundtrack is a fiddle tune appropriately named “Woodland Whispers"” played by AL Murphy. Al learned this song from the late Iowa fiddle player, Otis McKray. AL Murphy, renowned Iowa fiddle player and musicologist, spent many years studying under a handful of Iowa and Missouri old time fiddle players and learned their tunes. The fiddle tunes he learned were never recorded, documented or written down. Were it not for Al’s laborious effort, they would have been lost forever. They can be found on Al’s record, “Hogs In The Cornfield” and will now live forever, to be passed on to others, in the true folk tradition.
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Edited by - adcartoun on 08/15/2020 13:08:52
anyone recognized that bird song. along with Mark Twains wall ?
quite a jump to birdie cheep. from the dinosaur's. birdies were around then I guess ?
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