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Welcome to Stoney Run Farm

Welcome to Stoney Run Farm

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Bluegrass in the Backwoods: We know that this tune was written and recorded by Kenny Baker, but we don't know why it sounds more like Klezmer than Bluegrass! If you know anything about the history of this tune, please email us at stoneyrunstringband@gmail.com. Ashes of Love: This is an old country song by Johnnie Wright, Jim Anglin & Jack Anglin. We've followed the tradition of many other bluegrassers by speeding it up and adding a banjo. Bile 'em Cabbage Down: This is a classic fiddle tune. Mimi learned to play one of her variations at strings camp when she was ten. That was also when she learned that it was a signature tune for the Smothers Brothers, who deserve a mention in these notes. Good Woman's Love: Cy Coben was a tennis-loving Jewish man from New Jersey. His songs were performed by Peggy Lee, Rosemary Clooney, and Perry Como. And Bill Monroe. Home in Carolina: An original song from the collected works of Allen Shane Hackley! Hack wrote this song as a gift for banjo ambassador Tim Bryant after a visit to his ranch in North Carolina. Little Annie: It snowed a lot while we were recording this album, so "I'll be waiting when the springtime comes again" sounded good to us! This is a Carter family song. Blue Night: David Kirk McGee wrote this song. Bill Monroe recorded a raw, bluesy version. Later, Hot Rize made it their signature song. Here's our take on it. Cowboys and Indians: Written by banjo great Bill Emerson. Because it's title is nowhere near politically correct, we affectionately refer to it as "Cattlepersons and Native Americans." After all, even "cow" is gender-specific. High on a Mountain: This song was written by Ola Belle Reed, a North Carolina transplant who made her home near the bluegrass hotbed of Elkton, Maryland. Homage a Edmund Parizeau: Or, "Regards to Ed." This tune is a favorite with Irish and Contra fiddlers, but was written by Quebecois accordian-maker Marcel Messervier. Phyllis learned this tune at a Steve Kaufman Camp. Last Letter Home: A tearjerker by the Amazing Rhythm Aces. Randy Lynn Rag: We needed to have a good banjo tune for this CD! Earl Scruggs wrote this one for his son Randy, a fine guitar player in his own right.

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Kunstenaar: Stoney Run String Band
Titel: Welcome to Stoney Run Farm
Genre: Country
Releasedatum: 27-7-2010
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 884501367073
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