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Holler

by Holler

Old-time stringband music played with authenticity, exuberance and precision
Genre: Folk: String Band
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1. Cotton-Eyed Joe
2:29 album only
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2. Chinquapin Hunting
2:47 album only
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3. Brad Walters
2:00 album only
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4. Ducks On the Millpond
2:37 album only
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5. Lilly's Waltz
2:53 album only
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6. Piney Woods Gal
2:24 album only
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7. Longtime Traveller
4:51 album only
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8. Green Mountain
3:16 album only
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9. Sourwood Mountain
2:01 album only
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10. Dan Friend's Piece
2:18 album only
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11. Going Across the Sea
2:42 album only
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12. John Hardy
3:20 album only
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13. Adeline
2:36 album only
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14. Meg's Waltz
3:08 album only
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15. Sally Ann Is the Girl I Like
3:01 album only
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Album Notes
Holler, out of Vancouver, BC, plays old-time stringband music with authenticity, exuberance and precision. They have devoted much of their lives studying traditional Appalachian music with the masters, through direct teaching and field recordings. This is a selection of southern tunes - mostly from Kentucky, Virgina, and North Carolina - and several orginal tunes from Kori. Holler is Kori Miyanishi on fiddle, vocals, guitar and fretless banjo, Shiho Mizumoto on fiddle and viola, Andrea Cooper on banjo, and Dave Marshall on guitar and mandolin. Woo-hoo!

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