Booger Holler String Band | Where the Pavement Ends

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Where the Pavement Ends

by Booger Holler String Band

Powerful old-time fiddle tunes, played in traditional style with fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass and mandolin. Hard-core, hard-driving old time string band music . . . this one's gonna make you dance! And you can tell the Boogers have fun playing it, too.
Genre: Country: Traditional Bluegrass
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1. Dance All Night With a Bottle In Your Hand
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2. Texas Gals
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3. Cindy
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4. Altamont
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5. Walking In My Sleep
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6. John Brown's Dream
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7. Gray Eagle
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8. Gal I Left Behind Me
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9. Cabri Waltz
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10. Duck River
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11. Silver Lake
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12. Rabbit In the Pea Patch
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13. Hangman's Reel
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14. Sugar Tree Stomp
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15. Marmaduke's Hornpipe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Booger Holler String Band recorded this album live . . . with all 6 musicians sitting in a circle around the microphones, playing the tunes from beginning to end. NO overdubbing . . . the same way we play for dances, concerts, contests, or just for ourselves. The tunes are not perfect . . . they are not supposed to be. They are what live music sounds like. We draw on the traditions of many old-time fiddlers for our authentic sound. This is the music you might hear while walking through the campground at a festival at night. We've been playing and performing together for many years, but never had time to devote to putting an album together. . . until now. We think it came out pretty good, and hope you like it, too.

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