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Dot Dot Dash

by Dot Dot Dash

Acoustic music in Celtic, Appalachian, ethnic, contra dance and gypsy jazz stylings.
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Johnny Cope
3:57 album only
2. Minor Swing
3:27 album only
3. Coming Dawn/Old Wave/Lunch On The Tracks
4:29 album only
4. Walt's
3:45 album only
5. Four Potatoes/Tippy Get Your Hair Cut/Ken's Reel
5:11 album only
6. Evit Gabriel/Siamois/Reel de Mattewa
5:13 album only
7. Whiskey Before Breakfast/Red-Haired Boy/Star of Munster
5:51 album only
8. Wedding Tarantella/Chassidic Medley/Sakura
5:29 album only
9. July Jig/June Jig/Mary Sullivan's
5:11 album only
10. Limehouse Blues
3:54 album only
11. The Quarry Cross/Old Grey Cat/Dinky's Reel
5:42 album only
12. Big Apple
5:05 album only
13. Bill and Christine's Wedding
3:05 album only


Album Notes
Originally based in the Radford and Blacksburg areas of Southwest Virginia, Dot Dot Dash began performing in the fall of 2002. In the months following, the band was soon playing events and festivals throughout the area, as well as coffee houses, radio and local contra dances. Originally a trio of fiddle, guitar and mandolin, the group welcomed Joel Keebler on double bass in early 2004. In the time since, the group has become spread out geographically, with members living in Boone, NC, as well as Roanoke, Abingdon and Pembroke, VA. The guys recorded an album's worth of tunes in December 2004 and January 2005, and released their first CD in early April 2005. Dot Dot Dash primarily plays contra dances in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee, although they can be seen performing at other musical events from time to time.



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Teresa Hewitt

A terrific CD, full of great tunes
Some really lovely, foot-tapping tunes on this CD, in a variety of styles from trad to modern. Thoroughly recommend it to anyone who loves folk fiddle from around the world.

Kathleen Davis

Dot Dot Dash
Lots of fun for those of us who contra dance several times a month and go to dance weekends. Some real favorites are on this CD and will keep me company in my car on many trips to come.