Boyd Deering | Fiddle Tunes on Mandolin

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Fiddle Tunes on Mandolin

by Boyd Deering

This all acoustic Nashville based project features traditional fiddle music performed on mandolin, fiddle, and a host of other Celtic instruments, combining the best of Tennessee and Irish roots and influences.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Fusion
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1. Ducks on the Millpond
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2. Uncle Herman's Hornpipe
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3. Cincinnati Rag
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4. Snowflake Reel
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5. Growlin' Old Man, Growlin' Old Woman
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6. Arkansas Traveller
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7. East Tennessee Blues
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8. Durang's Hornpipe
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9. Waltz for Vassar
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10. Build a Little Boat
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Album Notes
Boyd Deering and his old picking buddy, Jim Wood, take the listener on an all acoustic trip from Tennessee to Ireland. Boyd's personal roots go directly back to Ireland. As he came in to do this project in 1995, which is now available for the first time again in years, Boyd simply wanted to play some of his favorite fiddle tunes on mandolin with a simple backup guitar. Boyd's producer, Jim Wood, had other things in mind. Jim had recently been very heavy into Celtic music of all shapes, forms, and fashions. The breakneck southeastern bluegrass tempos were slowed down as exciting dynamics and textures were created with the bouzouki, bodhran, cittern, octave mandolin, and a wide array of other instruments. The end result is something new and exciting and the project still sounds fresh after fifteen years. This re-release is a must have for fans of the fiddle, mandolin, Celtic music, and contemporary folk music arrangements.


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