John Harrod | Johnny Come Along

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Johnny Come Along

by John Harrod

Debut fiddle album from Kentucky fiddler and field recorder, John Harrod. Johnny Come Along focuses on old-time fiddle tunes from Kentucky.
Genre: Country: Old-Timey
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1. Everybody's Favorite
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2. Earl Thomas' Boatin' up Sandy
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3. The Roosian Rabbit
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4. Granny Went to Meeting
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5. Little Boy Working on the Road
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6. The O&k Train Song
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7. Manassas
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8. Shoe Heels Cracking on the Floor
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9. Israel Gap
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10. Owl Hoot
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11. Man Eater
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12. Hickory Jack
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13. Johnny Come Along
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14. Black Jack
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15. Wild Hog in the Red Bresh
2:37 $0.99
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16. Swing Your Object Partner
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17. The Greenup Piece
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18. Rats Gone to Rest
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19. Gallynippers
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20. George Hawkins' Boatin' up Sandy
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21. Bye and Bye
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22. Martha Campbell
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Harrod was born and has lived in Kentucky for most of his life, and during this time has been documenting the traditional music styles of the State by sound recordings and film. In 1990 he donated the results of his 20 years of research to Berea College Special Collections & Archives. The collection comprises 200 audio field recordings and 88 video recordings of interviews and performances of several dozen Kentucky fiddlers, banjo players, and singers. Described on the Berea website as “an able musician”, the fifteen tracks he has chosen to play indicate he is more than that, in that he brings out the style and bowing technique of the older traditions to great effect. - Colin Tipping, Old Time News U.K.

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