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Playing Since: 1976
Experience Level: Purty Good
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Art Stamper, Erynn Marshall,Paul Warren, Kenny Baker, Marion Sumner, Gene Goforth, John Hartford,, Ed Haley, Howdy Forrester, Stuart Duncan, Senator Robert Byrd, Rafe Stefanini
My favorite bands are the Nashville Bluegrass Band, Flatt & Scruggs, The Stanley Brothers and Bill Monroe, The Freight Hoppers, Laurie Lewis and any old time string band like the Skillet Lickers.
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Size: 2,530kb, uploaded 7/14/2009 10:10:57 AM
This tune was taught to Art by his dad Hiram. This was recorded in 1973 by Art with the Goins Brothers from the Album"Head of the Holler". After it was recorded Art took it back and played it for his dad and he said " Art you didn't play it right" You decide. The fiddle was tuned EDAE.
on “Glory to the Meet'n House”
Tuesday, July 14, 2009 @11:37:13 AM
Good banjo. Great fiddle. Was that "real" record hiss at the end?
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Tuesday, July 14, 2009 @11:43:48 AM
Hey thanks for writing. Yes I took that recording from an LP 33/3. That record is not out on CD yet. I have talked with Melvin Goins and told him he needs to release it on CD. We will have to wait and see.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009 @11:31:57 AM
It RESEMBLES versions I've heard, but has some unique qualities -- thanks for sharing this!
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