Category Archives: Social music

  1. 37 “Saute Crapaud” by Columbus Fruge

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    June 6, 2010 by gadaya

    With “Saute Crapaud”, we move from a african-american dance song about a dog (Old Dog Blue) to a cajun dance …
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  2. 36 “Old Dog Blue” by Jim Jackson

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    May 17, 2010 by gadaya

    Jim Jackson’s world Here’s Jim Jackson’s biography (found on the web): “Jim Jackson’s Kansas City Blues,” was one of the …
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  3. 35 “Old Country Stomp” by Henry Thomas

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    April 22, 2010 by gadaya

    Where the Texas Pacific Railroad ran through cotton gin towns The lumber mills and the peach orchards used to stretch …
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  4. 34 “Indian War Whoop” by Hoyt Ming & His Pep-Steppers

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    April 1, 2010 by gadaya

    Hoyt Ming’s World & The Indian War Whoop Variations Biography by Eugene Chadbourne The roots of this classic American old-time …
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  5. 33 “Brilliancy Medley” by Eck Robertson & Family

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    March 11, 2010 by gadaya

    Eck Robertson’s World Eck Robertson will always be remembered both as one of the great old-time fiddler of all time …
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  6. 32 “Georgia Stomp” by Andrew & Jim Baxter

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    January 22, 2010 by gadaya

    Andrew & Jim Baxter’s World The music of African-American fiddler Andrew Baxter backed-up by his son Jim on guitar is …
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  7. 31 “La Danseuse” by Delma Lachney & Blind Uncle Gaspard

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    December 14, 2009 by gadaya

    Delma Lachney & Blind Uncle Gaspard’s World The music of Louisiana musicians Delma Lachney & Blind Uncle Gaspard represents an …
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