Hank Bradley | Hassle the Caller

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Hassle the Caller

by Hank Bradley

Multi-instrumental inventions in the Southern tradition of American string band music.
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Hassle the Caller
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2. Chase the Blues
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3. Last Summer's Waltz
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4. Planxty Stewart Mennin
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5. Midnight in the Van
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6. The Recuperation Waltz
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7. Roscoe's Gone
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8. Chase the Squids
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9. Chase the Crickets
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10. Katy
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11. Bricks and Mortar
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12. The Dance of the Music Critics
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13. Taximi for Dessert
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Hank Bradley spent his Army years 1963-1965 at Fort Bragg, NC, and learned fiddle and banjo playing at fiddlers conventions in North Carolina and Virginia. He then returned home to California and took an early part in the wave of traditional music that grew in and around Berkeley during the later 1960s, including some performances with Doc Watson. He became the Washington State fiddle champion of 1975, and is now (2016) resident in Seattle, still making up tunes when not playing in Greek bands or fiddle jam sessions.

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