From Now That’s A Good Tune: Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling (University of Missouri Cultural Heritage Center, 1989; Voyager Records reissue, 2010). Recorded by Amy Skillman December 11, 1987 at Carol Hascall’s home in Independence, Missouri Last . About. To teach, celebrate and help perpetuate Missouri traditional music and dance.
Otherwise little has changed, except that most of us have moved-Ed to Huntsville, Bill to Cherokee County, Jamie and Nancy to Blount County, and the Cauthens to the suburbs. We consider ourselves a southern old-time string band, with our tunes and style mostly coming from our part of the South-Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky. Born in 1900, Mr. Douglas has played fiddle most of his life and has mastered various fiddle styles that have been popular through the decades. We learned Wes Muir’s Tune from the playing of Nile Wilson on Now That’s a Good Tune: Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling. 7. Highlander’s Farewell, Haning’s Farewell: Highlander’s Farewell came from a 1941 Library of Congress recording of Emmett Lundy, issued on String 802. Ed got Haning’s Farewell from Marion Thede’s The Fiddle Book.
Now That's a Good Tune. Masters of Missouri Traditional Fiddling, Grey Eagle 101 (1989). Old Time Music on the Air, Vol. 2, Rounder 0391 (1996?) Walden, Charlie, Traditional Fiddle Music of Missouri, Marimac 9011 (1987). Buckhannon, Emily Side Performer Appearance. Now That's a Good Tune. Walden, Charlie, Traditional Fiddle Music of Missouri, Marimac 9011 (1987). Buckholtz, Buck Side Performer Appearance. McClintock, Haywire Mac, Hallelujah, I'm A Bum, Rounder 1009 (1977).
Now That's What I Call Music! (simply titled NOW) was released on October 27, 1998. In following the success of its UK predecessors, this first . version of Now! reached platinum status as certified by the RIAA.
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Now That's Music! Album.
A huge archive of traditional, folk & old music - song-books with lyrics & chords, tune-books, sheet-music, scores, old songs, midi backing tracks, tabs, music lessons & theory, learn to play guides for various instruments, chord diagrams, scales and other music educational & academic reference materials. The traditional and folk music here is categorised into various sections such as: Bluegrass, Old-time(Oldtimey), Old Country music, Carter Family, Cowboy songs, Jazz, Blues, Christian music - Country Gospel, Worship, Old-time Hymns, Spirituals, Christmas Music, Celtic - Irish.
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|A1||–Carol Hascall||Spotted Pony||1:39|
|A2||–Carol Hascall||Eighth Of January||1:58|
|A3||–Carol Hascall||Haal And Toe Polka||1:44|
|A4||–Carol Hascall||Whiskey Before Breakfast||1:52|
|A5||–Vesta Johnson||Tennessee Wagner||1:47|
|A6||–Vesta Johnson||Orvatta Waltz||1:56|
|A7||–Vesta Johnson||Old Man, Old Woman||1:45|
|A8||–Vesta Johnson||Walking In My Sleep||1:50|
|A9||–Gene Goforth||Dusty Miller||1:12|
|A10||–Gene Goforth||Sail Away Ladies||2:03|
|A11||–Gene Goforth||Rocky Road To Denver||1:47|
|A12||–Gene Goforth||Wooden Shoe Story||0:50|
|A13||–Gene Goforth||Billy In The Lowground||2:00|
|B3||–Dean Johnston||Hickory Bow Story||1:23|
|B4||–Dean Johnston||East Tennessee Blues||2:28|
|B5||–R.P. Christeson||Stone's Rag||1:18|
|B6||–R.P. Christeson||Dallas Stamper Story||1:04|
|B7||–R.P. Christeson||Dallas Stamper||1:10|
|B8||–R.P. Christeson||Bill Driver Tune||1:07|
|B9||–R.P. Christeson||Whoa Mule||1:13|
|B10||–Nile Wilson||Tiehacker Rag||1:04|
|B11||–Nile Wilson||Wes Muir's Tune||1:33|
|B12||–Nile Wilson||Tiehacker Tune No. 2||1:44|
|B13||–Nile Wilson||Little Whiskey||1:27|
|C1||–Cyril Stinnett||Johnny Don't Come Home Drunk||1:53|
|C2||–Cyril Stinnett||Jack Danielson's Reel||1:53|
|C3||–Cyril Stinnett||Big John McNeil||1:53|
|C4||–Cyril Stinnett||Wake Up Susie||1:51|
|C5||–Lyman Enloe||Hanging Around The Kitchen Til The Cook Comes Home||1:56|
|C6||–Lyman Enloe||The Rough Scotsman||1:37|
|C7||–Lyman Enloe||Forgotten Waltz||2:26|
|C8||–Lyman Enloe||Call Your Dogs And Let's Go Hunting||1:14|
|C9||–Pete McMahan||Ford One Step||1:12|
|C10||–Pete McMahan||Ozark Mountain Waltz||2:04|
|C11||–Pete McMahan||Pretty Polly||1:04|
|C12||–Pete McMahan||Sally Goodin||1:20|
|C13||–Bob Walsh||Backeyed Peas And Cornbread||1:32|
|C14||–Bob Walsh||Carroll County Blues||2:28|
|D1||–Bob Bob Walsh||White Water||3:08|
|D2||–Bob Walsh||The Waltz You Saved For Me||1:56|
|D3||–Howe Teague||Fourteen Days In Georgia||2:00|
|D4||–Howe Teague||White River||1:30|
|D5||–Howe Teague||Forked Deer||1:54|
|D6||–Billy Eddy||Phyllis Gayle Breakdown||1:34|
|D7||–Billy Eddy||Twinkle Little Star||2:15|
|D8||–Billy Eddy||Leather Britches||1:53|
|D9||–Charlie Walden||Old Rugged Cross||1:47|
|D10||–Charlie Walden||Soldier's Joy||1:17|
|D11||–Charlie Walden||Bill Katon's Reel||1:20|
|D12||–Charlie Walden||Marmaduke's Hornpipe||1:15|