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Re: Request

Here it is. Larry Davis ... Here it is. Larry Davis On 7/26/2015 9:38 AM, 'Jack' tippy1@... [Coulda-Been-Country] wrote:   Larry,     I would likew
Larry Davis
Jul 26
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Re: Request [1 Attachment]

Larry, I would likew it without the intro by Waylon. Many thanks. Jack From: mailto:Coulda-Been-Country@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, July 26, 2015 3:10 AM
Jack
Jul 26
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Re: Request [1 Attachment]

No, that's fine. I saw this show at the time. Always loved the song, especially the lick Waylon plays in Dropped D. Thanks Larry .   From: "Larry Davis
Ken Skelton
Jul 26
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Tim Hardin

Tim Hardin wrote and recorded some great songs. Attached are "if I Were a Carpenter" which was a big hit for several big named country stars: but, I prefer his
Clyde McDonnell
Jul 26
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Re: Request

Here's the audio as taken from the youtube video. If you'd like I can take Waylon's introduction off for you so it starts with just the playing. Larry Davis On
Larry Davis
Jul 26
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Re: Ashokan Farewell

Here's a couple of other versions. I like the one by Bobby Osborne and Ronnie McCoury because it's played on what sounds like a mandolin. It's a very acoustic
Larry Davis
Jul 25
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Re: Ashokan Farewell

There is a gorgeous railroad line, inactive at this time, that runs along the reservoir. The Catskill Mountain Railroad is trying to keep Ulster County from
b&p
Jul 25
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Request

Could someone who has the know-how, I had a 439 dollar program but computer crashed and lost it.  There's a good song of Waylon and Tony Joe White on You tube
Ken Skelton
Jul 25
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Re: Ashokan Farewell

I had or have the album. From: "Andrew Smith aksmithxxx@... [Coulda-Been-Country]" To:
Ken Skelton
Jul 25
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Re: Ashokan Farewell

That fiddle tune really made the Ken Burns Civil War series. Jay and his wife made a terrific album of Civil War songs. Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith
Jul 25
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Re: Ashokan Farewell

I especially like the twin fiddle version by Mark O'Connor and Pinchas Zukerman from O'Connor's "Heroes" CD, one of my desert island CDs.
Ron McConnell
Jul 25
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Re: Ashokan Farewell [1 Attachment]

 The saddest sounding fiddle tune ever. I watched the Civil war and didn't pay attention to the little bit of it they played. A friend called my attention to
Ken Skelton
Jul 24
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Ashokan Farewell

I usually do not like to listen to a waltz, but this one is different. The "Ashokan Farewell" was composed by Jay Ungar in 1982. Jay wrote it as a final
Clyde McDonnell
Jul 24
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Re: Duff Dorrough [3 Attachments]

Those are very nice recordings, Clyde. Thanks for sharing them. They have a 1970s sound for sure. He appears to have been influenced by artists such as the
Larry Davis
Jul 18
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Duff Dorrough

I first heard of "Duff" Dorrough from my doctor. "Duff" Dorrough, was a past member of The Tangents Band. He was also the lead singer of the Yalo Bushwackers
Clyde McDonnell
Jul 18
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