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Annie & Mac | Stirrin' the Pot

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Stirrin' the Pot

by Annie & Mac

Keeping traditional music alive with lively banjo, guitar, harmonica, fiddle, mandolin and heartfelt harmonies.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Eight More Miles to Louisville
2:48 album only
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2. Fishin' Blues
3:19 album only
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3. Virginia, My State of Mind
2:47 album only
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4. Waltz Across Texas
2:36 album only
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5. Groundhog Daddy
2:32 album only
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6. Honeysuckle Wind
2:28 album only
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7. Keep My Skillet Good & Greasy
2:19 album only
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8. Dark as a Dungeon
3:32 album only
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9. Cold Frosty Morning
2:11 album only
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10. Lost John Boogie
2:09 album only
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11. More and More
2:25 album only
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12. Step by Step
4:01 album only
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13. Goin' Back to the Blue Ridge Mountains
3:09 album only
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14. Meet Me by the Moonlight
2:28 album only
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15. One of These Days
2:47 album only
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16. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
3:03 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Annie & Mac perform songs from what you might call deep catalog old time music with all the folk elements you've been looking for--love, pathos, humor, faith and hope with banjo, guitar, harmonica and sweet harmony duets. Influenced by Uncle
Dave Macon, the Bailes Brothers, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jimmy Driftwood, Grandpa Jones and others, Annie & Mac provide a pleasing mix of humorous, love, and old-time songs which they sing with joy in the time honored duet style. Mac's clawhammer banjo and harmonica, and Annie's rhythm guitar are well steeped in traditional music. Comments from the audience usually include "toe-tapping, joyful, beautiful harmonies, sincere, and fun."

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