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Folk: Contra Dance Folk: Traditional Folk Moods: Type: Instrumental
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Ride the Wheel

by Buddy System

An energetic, inventive duo album of traditionally-inspired dance music featuring interplay between fiddle and piano, along with foot percussion, tenor guitar, accordion, and jaw harp.
Genre: Folk: Contra Dance
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1. Muscles / Ride the Wheel
3:21 album only
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2. Sunshine
3:54 album only
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3. Garey Ford / Ithacan
4:42 album only
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4. Acorn Stomp / Black Jack Grove
4:20 album only
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5. Wild Blueberries
2:59 album only
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6. Will Drive All Night
4:31 album only
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7. Maxim Leblanc / Scottish De L’an 2
3:47 album only
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8. Mia’s Room
3:50 album only
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9. Greenwood
3:32 album only
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10. Hills of Thistles / St. Michael’s Mount / Lad O’Beirne’s
4:31 album only
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11. Leaving MacIntyre / Breakwall
5:12 album only
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12. Serenity Knoll / Dragon Hatchery
4:52 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Buddy System features the musical synergy between Noah VanNorstrand (fiddle, foot percussion, tenor guitar) and Julie Vallimont (piano, accordion, jawharp)

A versatile multi-instrumentalist and prolific composer, Noah grew up steeped in music and started performing with The Great Bear Trio at age 10. Since then he has played at numerous dance weekends, festivals, and music camps, including a performance on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” with his brother Andrew.

Julie’s compelling, rhythmic, sensitive piano style draws on her study of New England contra piano and traditional Quebecois, Irish, and Cape Breton music, along with elements of rock and jazz. A former classical pianist and organist, she fell in love with traditional music and dance and has dedicated her energies to it full-time since.

More at: http://www.buddysystemband.com

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