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Size: 2,560kb, uploaded 2/18/2012 1:52:08 PM
This is a tune I picked up from Illinois fiddler Mel Durham after many years of jamming with him. I've taken a slower, greasier, more rhythmic approach for this particular recording.
This is one of the demo recordings from the solo CD project I'm working on. The demos are quick run-throughs with warts and all.
on “Soppin' The Gravy”
Friday, March 23, 2012 @3:01:10 PM
Love it! Very peppy.
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