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Folk: Appalachian Folk Blues: Acoustic Blues Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Dust Devils on Our Heels

by Tdh4

Americana, acoustic folk with swing, jazz and traditional Appalachian influences.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. Chinaberry
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2. Maybe
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3. Blue Light Boogie
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4. Queen of the Gold Star
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5. Autumn Leaves
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6. Life of Ease
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7. Deep Mine Blues
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8. L B and the Owl
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9. Jerusalem Ridge / Minor Swing
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10. Carcassonne
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11. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans
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12. Between the Shadows / the Morning Dew
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13. Wondering Where the Lions Are
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TDH4 --the Kentucky Folk Quartet. Karen Jones on fiddle, Bev Futrell on guitar, George Neel on mandolin, and Rick Baldwin on bass. Karen and Bev, also members of the Reel World String Band, teamed up with long time friend George Neel, an accomplished jazz musician, and Rick Baldwin (of Metropolitan Blues All Stars). The band's first recording, Dust Devils On Our Heels, was released in 2013 and their latest project Rock Me Away was released in August of 2016. The country inspired songwriting of Bev Futrell gives this ensemble its grounding and its expression of place, while the musical prowess of Karen on violin, George on mandolin and Rick on bass, connects us to the rich repertoire of folk and acoustic jazz standards.

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