Friday Music: Instrumental Southern Appalachia

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00:08. 1. Cripple Creek — fiddle, Mr. Hobart Smith

01:58 2. Pateroller Song — 5-string fretless banjo, Mr. Hobart Smith

03:42 3. One Dime Blues — guitar, Mrs. Etta Baker

06:43 4. Sourwood Mountain — 5-string banjo, Mr. Boone Reid

08:35 5. Goin’ Down The Road Feeling Bad — guitar, Mrs. Etta Baker

10:00 6. Amazing Grace — dulcimer, Mrs. Edd Presnell

11:45 7. The Girl I Left Behind Me — harmonica, Mr. Richard Chase

13:12 8. Marching Jaybird — 5-string banjo, Mr. Lacey Phillips

14:33 9. John Brown’s Dream — fiddle,  Mr. Hobart Smith

16:06 10. Sally Goodin — dulcimer, Mrs. Edd Presnell                 


17:23 1.  Railroad Bill — guitar,  Mrs. Etta Baker

20:05 2. Soldier’s Joy — 5-string banjo, Mr. Lacey Phillips 

22:05 3. Molly Brooks — harmonica, Mr. Richard Chase

23:29 4. Pretty Polly — fiddle, Mr. Hobart Smith

25:00 5. Johnson Boys — 5-string banjo, Mr. Boone Reid

26:30 6. John Henry — guitar, Mrs. Etta Baker

29:13 7. Drunken Hiccups — fiddle, Mr. Hobart Smith

30:26 8. Shady Grove — dulcimer, Mrs. Edd Presnell

31:35 9. Bully Of The Town — guitar, Mrs. Etta Baker

34:36 10. Skip To My Lou — harmonica, Mr. Richard Chase

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