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Jewels of the San Joaquin

by Dos Valley Trio

Showcasing obscure, rare, and undocumented traditional fiddle tunes from the San Joaquin Valley of California.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Forest of Bondi
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2. Claremont Canyon
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3. Texas State Anthem
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4. Medley: Green Fields of America / Dominion Reel / West of the Shannon
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5. Crockett's Reel
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6. Heel and Toe Polka
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7. Ti-E Ti-O
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8. Medley: The Broken Teacup / The Shelf / Mountain Hornpipe
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9. Yellow Gals
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10. The Copper and the Gunman
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11. Kincora Reel
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12. Fort Smith
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13. Wilkin's Clog
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14. Every Bush and Tree
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15. Wolves a-Howling
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16. The Schoolhouse Reels
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jewels of the San Joaquin showcases traditional fiddle tunes and songs learned from four outstanding Central Valley musicians: Kenny Hall, Otis Pierce, Ron Hughey, and John “Dad” Crockett. We are presenting some of their more obscure, undocumented tunes as well as some familiar favorites. All the music on this CD springs from these traditional musicians who lived and performed in the San Joaquin Valley of California from 1919, when the Crockett family arrived in Fowler, to 2013 when Kenny Hall passed in Fresno. We hope that these tuneful treasures, collected from a century of traditional music sharing and development, will provide a glimpse of the rich musical heritage that comes from California’s San Joaquin Valley.

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