Riggy Rackin | Somewhere in Between

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Somewhere in Between

by Riggy Rackin

Traditional English and American Folksongs, with concertina and guitar, supported by an assortment of delightful accompanists.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Seven Yellow Gypsies
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2. Off to California
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3. The Merry Andrew
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4. Younger Every Day
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5. Trip to Paris
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6. Thrice Toss These Oaken Ashes
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7. Moss
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8. Staines Morris
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9. Epping Forest
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10. Sweep Chimney Sweep
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11. Tennessee Blues
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12. Message in a Bottle
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13. Bold Doherty
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14. The Old Man
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15. Drink Good Ale
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16. Hole in the Wall
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17. I Wanna Die Easily
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18. Bound for Austrailia
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"It's always a pleasure to hear Riggy sing. When he pulls out his concertina, the room gets quiet, and people perk up and pay attention. If it's Riggy singing, they know it's going to be an interesting song, and that its presentation is going to be authentic. Riggy looks authentic. He looks like one of those guys who sits in the back of the general store or the forecastle of a ship and spits tobacco juice on the floor, but people put up with him because he can sing. And sing he does. He makes a little masterpiece out of every song, milking out every nuance. He also gathers together an interesting group of people to accompany him - many of you will recognize some of these names. And there has to be a story behind those hats he wears - I'll find out some day." ~ Joe Offer MudCat Cafe


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