David Kuncicky | An American in Texas

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An American in Texas

by David Kuncicky

A collection of mostly original fiddle tunes - eclectic genres - bluegrass, old-time, celtic, Hungarian, Latin.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Old Stoat
3:00 album only
2. Fly the Blue Pigeon
2:34 album only
3. Helen's Tune
3:46 album only
4. Baltic Boogie
3:29 album only
5. The Waggle Dance
2:40 album only
6. Snake in the Grass
2:44 album only
7. A Scandal in Bohemia
2:44 album only
8. Sally Ann
2:26 album only
9. Bending the Dragon
2:39 album only
10. The Whipple Tree
2:54 album only
11. The Bay of Plenty
2:54 album only
12. An American in Texas
2:49 album only


Album Notes
This is an eclectic collection of (mostly) original fiddle tunes. My taste in style ranges from bluegrass (Old Stoat, An American In Texas) to Hungarian (A Scandal in Bohemia, Baltic Boogie). I've also thrown in some old-time (Fly The Blue Pigeon, Sally Ann) and Latin call and response (The Bay Of Plenty) as well as a Celtic flavored tune (The Whipple Tree).

I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I have enjoyed playing them!

All songs written by David Kuncicky (© 2015 BMI) except Sally Ann (Public Domain) and An American In Texas (written by Carroll Des Champs Hood © Good Dinner Music)

Strings: David Kuncicky
Percussion: Steffie Grow
Woodwinds: Sharyn
Keyboard: Ron Ferrell
Bass: Mikel Garcia

Recorded, mixed and mastered at La Barberia Studios, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

Cover photo by Tom C. McGee, Jr.

Special thanks to Bob Hill and Howard Rubin for their feedback and encouragement.

©2015 David Kuncicky, All Rights Reserved



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