Dot Dot Dash | Dot Dot Dash 2

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Dot Dot Dash 2

by Dot Dot Dash

Original and traditional acoustic string band music in Celtic dance, Appalachian, gypsy jazz, world, and progressive styles.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. The Anderblood Girls
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2. Axel M/Roan Mountain
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3. The Mason's Apron/Devil's Dream
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4. First One Back
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5. A Minor Waltz
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6. Meat Camp Blues
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7. Sandy Boys/Old Joe Clark
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8. One-Note Swing/Triangle Stomp
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9. Farewell To Whiskey/Staten Island/Julia Delaney
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10. Elk Knob In January
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11. Violumpet/Kung Pao/The Truth
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12. Lori and Matt's Wedding
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Dot Dot Dash is a quartet of fiddle, mandolin, guitar and bass hailing from Virginia and North Carolina. They are primarily a contra dance band, playing in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee regularly throughout the year. 'Dot Dot Dash 2' is their second album, following up their 2005 self-titled debut.

The band performs a variety of musical styles such as celtic dance, appalachian string band, gypsy jazz, and various world musics. In the live setting, the band plays a combination of original music and traditional dance tunes. Their recordings reflect this stylistic approach.


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