Tater Patch | Old Time Country Music

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Old Time Country Music

by Tater Patch

Twin fiddles, banjo, and a solid rhythm section make the band in demand for both square and contra dances; our repertoire of traditional country songs appeals to a wide audience at concerts and festivals!
Genre: Country: Old-Timey
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tennessee Girls
2:38 $0.89
2. Featherbed
1:51 $0.89
3. Going to the West
3:35 $0.89
4. Paddy On the Railroad/Bay of Fundy
2:45 $0.89
5. Dance Around Molly
2:20 $0.89
6. Doc Roberts' Shortenin' Bread
3:22 $0.89
7. Lazy John
3:12 $0.89
8. Old Time Billy in the Lowground
2:28 $0.89
9. I Truly Understand
3:21 $0.89
10. Grubb Springs
2:39 $0.89
11. Prodigal Son
3:58 $0.89
12. Hobb Dye
2:29 $0.89
13. Goin' Back to Dixie
3:37 $0.89
14. Chinquapin Pie
1:11 $0.89
15. Lonesome Pine Special
4:10 $0.89
16. Black Jack Grove
2:15 $0.89
17. Rosa Lee McFall
3:28 $0.89
18. Rabbit in the Peapatch
3:41 $0.89
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Album Notes
For this our first full-length project, we selected some of our current favorite old-time tunes and songs, then recorded them live one weekend in June 2012.

Some of the tunes are just plain fun to hear--or to play--Shel's version of "Chinquapin Pie" is mighty tasty, and the whole band has fun with tunes like "Featherbed," "Dance Around Molly," and Doc Roberts' "Shortenin' Bread." When we play a live dance, tunes like "Grubb Springs" or the medley of "Paddy on the Railroad" and "Bay of Fundy" usually gets the dancers quite worked up.

But Tony and Marge's quest for great old songs to sing really distinguishes the Tater Patch sound. Songs like "Lazy John," "Rabbit in the Peapatch," and "Going Back to Dixie" appeal to many different listeners and are frequently requested by our audiences. On this project, check out their duet of the old spiritual "Prodigal Son." Ray Alden was right: this is a great song for Tony and Marge to sing.

Tater Patch: Judy Hough-Goldstein, fiddle; Marge Sume, fiddle, banjo uke, vocals; Shel Sandler, banjo; Tony Sume, guitar, vocals; Richard Gordon, bass.



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Barry Cooper

A fiddler approves!
Usually the music on a “new” CD is kinda OK, but I have been really enjoying your new CD, and your band. Every thing is good. Tune selection, song selection, sweet fiddling, the singing sounds great, and the production is awesome – I can hear everything. Pretty Cool. Thanks. (Fiddler Barry Cooper in email to Tony!)