Aaron J. Lewis & Ed Hicks | Taking Razzer to the Tinkers

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Taking Razzer to the Tinkers

by Aaron J. Lewis & Ed Hicks

Aaron and Ed got together for a session in Berlin and recorded some of their favorite tunes into a cassette recorder using a single microphone. The result is a simple document of their love for the music with plenty of good humor.
Genre: Country: Old-Timey
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1. Dear Old Dixie
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2. Dickson County Blues
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3. Hang Me
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4. L & N Rag
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5. Needlecase
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6. Nervous Breakdown
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7. Sandy Boys
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8. Sugar Hill
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9. Take Me Back to Tennessee
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10. Whoop Em Up Cindy
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11. Willow Creek
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12. Cindy
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13. Coal Creek March
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14. Betsy Likens
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15. Big Eyed Rabbit
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Taking Razzer To The Tinkers is a hastily assembled collection of well-loved tunes and songs played by two musicians who have a great passion for this music. The album was recorded live to cassette tape in about three hours, and was then transferred to CD. What you will hear on this recording is pretty close to a spontaneous jam session.


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