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Draggin' The Bow CD with Charlie Walden & John Stewart

Posted by charlie.walden on Friday, May 5, 2017

All 31 tracks from my Draggin' The Bow CD. 

 Recorded in 1985. Download this track and the entire album from:

When I was coming up as a fiddler in Central Missouri the older gentlemen I learned from played a wide variety of music. In addition to the standard hoe-downs and waltes, I heard lots of great rags, swing numbers, schottisches and 6/8 tunes. John and I have attempted to put together a program on this recording that includes some of that "other" music. 
One of the exponents of these other types of tunes was a fine player from Jefferson City named Jimmy Gilmore. We enjoyed hanging out with Jimmy because you never knew what he was going to play (or say) next. He was one of the few old-time fiddlers I ever met who would admit to being able to read music and was equally comfortable playing Sweet Georgia Brown as he was The Grey Eagle. Jimmy had a vibrato on waltzes you could drive a Mack truck though and a great sense of humor to boot.. This recording is dedicated to Jimmy Gilmore. --- Charlie Walden 

Thanks to my long-time musical collaborator John Stewart for providing the up-town and hillbilly guitar work on this recording.


4 comments on “Draggin' The Bow CD with Charlie Walden & John Stewart”

Swing Says:
Saturday, May 13, 2017 @7:30:52 AM

Good fiddling and a fun tune

Loup Says:
Sunday, September 24, 2017 @12:59:38 AM

Just fine fiddling.Love the old tunes.

charlie.walden Says:
Tuesday, September 26, 2017 @9:13:05 AM

Thanks for the kind words.

Loup Says:
Saturday, January 20, 2018 @1:14:18 PM

I have almost wore out playing this cd.Good tunes and fine fiddling.

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