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Strung Out String Band

by Strung Out String Band

Traditional old-timey dance music and ballads from the Appalachian Mountains.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Bibb County Hoedown
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2. Drunkard's Hiccups
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3. Fiddler's Dram
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4. In Tall Buildings
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5. Mole In the Ground
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6. Nellie Kane
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7. Amelia's Waltz
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8. Baby-o
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9. Rowboat On the Roof
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10. Shove the Pig's Foot Further In the Fire
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11. Mule To Ride
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Strung Out String Band is based in New York City and plays energetic dance music from several traditions and epochs. As dedicated interpreters of the “Old Time Southern” music, we aim to blast audiences into a frenzied dimension of ecstatic boogieing only using fiddle, banjo, guitar, upright bass, and, in the great tradition of those who followed before us, anything we can get our hands on that can create a musical tone.

We’ve built up our repertoire by huddling around 1930’s Hillbilly recordings, learning from our friends in New York’s Old Time Music community and from traveling into the mountains of rural Appalachia with our ears to the ground.

Contents: Virginal Reels, Slip-Jigs, Hoedowns, Work Songs, Murder Ballads, Jigs, Rags, Square Dances and a few original tunes.


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