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Adirondack Green

by Dan Berggren

Fresh acoustic folk rooted in mountain tradition and enviro-awareness.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Adirondack Green
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2. Irishtown Breakdown
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3. Pat Malone
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4. Girl with Red Hair Raking Hay
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5. Save Your Money
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6. Johnny Hunter
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7. Apple Wood
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8. Once More a-Lumberin' Go (Live)
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9. Sagamore
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10. Music Always Pepped Me Up
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11. Brannon's Survey Crew (Live)
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12. Curly Head of Hair
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13. Take Your Candle
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14. Chickadee
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15. Harry's Mail Pouch
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16. Harry
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17. Lumberman's Alphabet
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18. Cut That Timber (Live)
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19. Orion
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Adirondack Green was Dan Berggren's debut album in 1985, released on vinyl and cassette. In 2001 it was remastered for CD. It presents 17 traditional & original Adirondack songs, plus archival recordings of fiddler Cecil Butler. The performers are: Dan Berggren, guitar & vocals; Cecil Butler, fiddle on Irishtown Breakdown and oral history; Dan Duggan, guitar & hammered dulcimer; Mark Facci, bass; John Kirk, pennywhistle, fiddle banjo, harmony; Carmen Gilman, Dick Gilman, Steve Warner, Kathy Good, Brian Doser and Glenna Lash - harmony on Johnny Hunter and Lumberman's Alphabet; The Kitchen Choir of the Ninth Annual Fredonia Folk Weekend - harmony on Once More a-Lumberin' Go, Brannon's Survey Crew, and Cut That Timber; Fredonia Chamber Singers and Donald P. Lang, Conductor - harmony on Sagamore.

The album was recorded by Tony Distefano with assistance from Kathy Good, Michael O'Neil, Brian Doser and Manny LaCarrubba at the Tonmeister Studio A in Mason Hall and Herbert C. Mackie Memorial Lodge - State University of New York at Fredonia. Digital transfer and mastering by Alan Bartenhagen, Northern Roads Studios.

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