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Happy Thanksgiving to our American correspondents

To friends met and unmet, and to fellow fans who are passionate about music we love and who fan the flames to keep it going, I wish you all health, happiness,
b&p
Nov 25, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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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, 2015
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