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Asaguare
Oct 18, 2010 Asaguare
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Misty version of a traditional Scottish folk song. Vocals: Lisa DeBenedictis
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Topics: alternative, ethno, folk, celtic, vocals, lyrics, song, english, ballad, chill
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Oct 18, 2010 Asaguare
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Irish pipe theme; rather slow and calm flight through little countryside villages.
Topics: instrumental, ethno, celtic, irish, folk, bagpipe, frame drum
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Oct 14, 2010 Asaguare
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English traditional nursery rhyme with celtic flair. Vocals: Gluttony
Topics: traditional, folk, ethno, vocals, lyrics, song, english, celtic, fiddle, bodhran
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Oct 12, 2010 Asaguare
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Folk - Celtic traditional in a simple arrangement, just vocals, piano and guitar. Vocals: Maura
Topics: folk, ethno, celtic, traditional, love, vocals, lyrics, song, english, ballad, piano
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Oct 6, 2010 Asaguare
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Traditional Celtic ballad Probably one of the most famous english folk songs, also known as 'Once I Had A Sweetheart', and has been a favourite of mine since I started guitar exercises in the 70s. However, the guitar is not dominating in this version; I tried to create a more common medieval atmosphere.
Topics: ballad, traditional, vocals, lyrics, english, celtic, folk, ethno, violin, guitar, harpsichord,...
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Apr 11, 2006 Fanbelt's Jam
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Recorded by Vernon Tilley, edited by Rob VanVeld, encoded and uploaded by folktunes.org.
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Topics: oldtime, jam session
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Jun 18, 2004 Chinkapin Hunters
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Flippen Jenny, Ladies On The Steamboat, Fire On The Mountain, Yellow Cat, Little Billy Wilson, Hangman Reel / Half Past Four, Elzic's Farewell, Rye Straw, Falls Of Richmond --- Chinkapin Hunters are: - Josh (washtub bass, guitar, soul) - Alec (banjo, wildness) - Robin (fiddle, energy, groove) - Jaso (fiddle, calling, dance, vocals, burps) - Beth (guitar, vocals, dance, yee-haws) Not pictured: - Rob (bodhran, triangle, love) - Ash (mandolin, vocals, harmonica, egg shaker, jingly things, passion)
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May 28, 2004 Lonesome Tofu Expressway Rambling Stringband
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Cripple Creek, Whiskey Before Breakfast, I'm On My Way Back to the Old Home, Old Joe Clark, Mole in the Ground --- The Lonesome Tofu Expressway Rambling Stringband--Lonesome Tofu Expressway for short, Tofex for shorter--crowded around the mic at Tom Watson 's place in Kuzumaki, Iwate, Japan one cool May night in 2004 and came up with this. All for fun, of course. The band members include Daniel Conway on the guitar, Elizabeth Gordon on the fiddle, and Forrest Oliphant on the banjo and...
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Topics: Folktunes for Learning, Oldtime, Bluegrass, Recorded in Kuzumaki, Ensemble, Album Release, Banjo,...
Source: Shure SM57 (just one of 'em!) > Behringer UB802 tape out > PowerBook audio in > GarageBand > iTunes .aiff > Audacity mono .wav > Flac Frontend .flac
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Feb 25, 2004 Forrest Oliphant
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About: The first recording in the Folktunes collection is Cripple Creek, played on the open-backed five-stringed banjo in the clawhammer style. How learned: Martha Owen taught me this tune in the Summer of 2000 at the John C. Campbell Folk School. It was the first song I ever learned on Banjo. Chord Progression: G - C G / - - D G :// G - - - / - - D G ://
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Topics: Folktunes for Learning, Oldtime, G Major, gDGBD, Recorded in Taneichi, Tune Release, Banjo,...
Source: Shure SM57 -> Behringer UB802 -> Creative Extigy -> Audacity 1.2.0-pre4 @ 16/44.1 (mono) -> Flac Frontend 1.7.1