The Georgia Jays | Round Peak, Georgia

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Round Peak, Georgia

by The Georgia Jays

Southern traditional music with guts and pulse (thegeorgiajays.com)
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. Sally Ann
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2. Black Eyed Susan
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3. Rockingham Cindy
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4. June Apple
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5. Eighth of January
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6. Old Buck
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7. Cider
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8. Fire On the Mountain
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9. Jimmy Sutton
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10. Devil in the Strawstack
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11. Stay All Night
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12. John Henry
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13. Fortune
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14. Benton's Dream
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15. John Brown's Dream
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16. Darling Nellie Gray
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17. Logan County Blues
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18. Greasy String
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19. Rochester Schottische
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20. Backstep Cindy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Georgia Jays (thegeorgiajays.com) are a professional whiskey maker and a professional neurologist who straight up LOVE the old-time music of the American South. They are especially fond of the style and repertoire that developed in the Round Peak area of North Carolina, which features tight fiddle and banjo pairings. They hope to have done their heroes justice with this project!

Justin Manglitz (Fiddle, Stomping, Hollerin') hails from Haralson County, Georgia near Tallapoosa and now lives on a farm in Franklin County. He is the Head Distiller at ASW Distillery in Atlanta.

Josh Turknett (Banjo, Singing) was born and raised in Georgia, practices neurology in Decatur and makes his home in Roswell. He is the founder of www.oldtimejam.com as well as the Brainjo method of musical learning.

The album was recorded in true old-time fashion, in a kitchen with mostly only a take or two per track. The instruments were recorded with Bartlett fiddle and banjo mics, with Justin's massive stomps captured by a Shure SM57. Vocals were captured by the Edwina mic from Ear Trumpet Labs.

Justin fiddled on Royce Burt #274 throughout. Josh used a variety of banjos, including Jason Mogi #42 half fretless, a Dan Pennington tubaphone, and a Cedar Mountain L1.

To get in touch with us, visit thegeorgiajays.com.

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