Bob Carlin | The Boys From North Carolina

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The Boys From North Carolina

by Bob Carlin

A tribute to the music of north carolina with a string band led by reknowned clawhammer style banjoist, Bob Carlin, featuring Kirk Sutphin, Paul Brown and others.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. You're Bound to Look Like A Monkey
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2. I'm Going Over the Mountain
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3. Banjo Roustabout
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4. Cotton Eyed Joe
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5. The Boys From North Carolina
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6. Otto Wood, the Bandit
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7. Ben Dewberry's Final Run
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8. Fisher's Hornpipe
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9. I Had But Fifty Cents
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10. When the Wagon Was New
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11. When You Ask A Girl to Leave Her Happy Home
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12. God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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No one plays old time clawhammer style banjo quite like Bob Carlin. Faithful to the timeless Appalachian traditions, Bob has brought that distinctive southern banjo sound to appreciative audiences all over the world. Performer and record producer, Bob has spread the word through workshops, concerts and recordings.

Bob Carlin is probably the best known clawhammer banjoist performing today. For over 30 years he has performed, lectured, and taught the distinctive southern banjo style to appreciative audiences all over the U.S., Canada, and Europe. In the mid-1990s Carlin largely left the solo arena to tour for six years with John Hartford. Since the death of Hartford in 2001, he has returned to solo performing, appearances with other musicians, and teaching workshops. Bob Carlin is a three-time winner of the late Frets Magazine (now known as Acoustic Guitar Magazine) readers poll, and has to his credit four Rounder albums and several instruction manuals and videos for the banjo.

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