Albert Hash - Albert Hash. Volume 2 mp3 flac
- Album: Albert Hash. Volume 2
- MP3: 1954 mb | FLAC: 1398 mb
- Released: 2015
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Leader, Banjo, Vocals – Albert French. Musical Assistance – Dave Bartholomew, Jayne Wood. Photography – Skip Godwin. Recorded at Jazz City, New Orleans, Louisiana April 1975. The Tuxedo Jazz Band currently appears at The Tradition Hall in New Orleans, and most of its members have also played at Preservation Hall. Matrix, Runout (Side One): NR 8071-1 2E (etched).
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Forked Deer Albert Hash was an old-time fiddle player and luthier from the Whitetop Mountain area of Grayson County,VA. His primary influences on the fiddle were Corbett Stamper, . Grayson, and his uncle George Finley. Albert began playing at a very early age and founded the Whitetop Mountain Band which continues to the present day. He influenced a great many people, many of whom still play his tunes and style today. He is remembered not only for his great fiddling, but also for his kindness to all. – Kilby Spencer. Not the recording itself, which is understandable under the circumstances. But the files are fairly sloppily done. Tracks have ugly skipping, the transition between some have excruciatingly long gaps and the volume can wildly fluctuate between songs. All for the criminal price of 10USD.
Albert Hash (1917-1983) was a beloved fiddler and instrument maker from Grayson County, Virginia. This disc features Albert’s takes on different old fiddle tunes as well as one of his early bands, The Virginia Carolina Boys from their weekly radio show in the 1960s. FRC 707 – Albert Hash, Volume 2. Bile Them Cabbage Down (1:40). Little Brown Jug (2:22). Johnson’s Old Grey Mule (1:55). Honeysuckle Rose (2:30). Flop Eared Mule (1:27). Hangman’s Reel (2:42). Discussion of Hangman’s Reel (0:29). Tuning discussion and tune intro (0:29).
|1||Bile Them Cabbage Down||1:40|
|2||Little Brown Jug||2:22|
|3||Johnson's Old Grey Mule||1:55|
|6||Flop Eared Mule||1:27|
|10||Discussion of Hangman's Reel||0:29|
|11||Tuning Discussion and Tune Intro||0:29|
|13||Intro to Cluck Old Hen||0:19|
|14||Cluck Old Hen||2:24|
|15||Discussion of Uncle George Finley||2:07|
|16||Rabbit Up a Gum Stump||2:08|
|18||Discussion of Arkansas Traveler||0:22|
|21||Intro to Little Brown Hand||0:38|
|22||Little Brown Hand||2:12|
|25||Old Molly Hare||1:44|
|26||Intro to Little Rosewood Casket||0:28|
|27||Little Rosewood Casket||1:54|
|28||Intro to My Whitetop Mountain Home||0:20|
|29||My Whitetop Mountain Home||2:07|
|30||Did You Ever See the Devil Uncle Joe||1:59|
|31||Intro to Pretty Little Indian||0:52|
|32||Pretty Little Indian||2:51|
|33||Intro to Drunk Man Blues||0:12|
|34||Drunk Man Blues||2:36|
|36||Love Letters in the Sand||0:59|
|37||Dry and Dusty||1:05|
|39||Walls of Jericho||1:30|
- Banjo – Emily Spencer (tracks: 38, 40), Flurry Dowe (tracks: 7, 8)
- Fiddle – Albert Hash
- Guitar – Emily Spencer (tracks: 7, 8), Thornton Spencer (tracks: 38, 40), Wayne Erbsen (tracks: 9-34), Wayne Henderson (tracks: 1-5)
- Mandolin – Max Henderson (tracks: 1-5)
NotesFrom the collections of Wayne & Max Henderson, the Spencer Family, and the Augusta Heritage Center.
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