Category Archives: Social music

  1. 37 “Saute Crapaud” by Columbus Fruge


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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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