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[United States, Indiana, Dunkirk and Greenfield, 1979]

Author: Paul L TylerCisco CollinsDillard ArmstrongRitchell BowdenIndiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.All authors
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Reel-to-reel tape : Bluegrass music : English
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Paul L Tyler; Cisco Collins; Dillard Armstrong; Ritchell Bowden; Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.; 051979-Stereo. Programme Audio Records (Greenfield, Ind.)
OCLC Number: 20601113
Notes: Bluegrass music.
Accompanied by a tape index and notes from album cover.
Deposited at the Archives of Traditional Music in 1980 under option 1 (field recordings).
Performer(s): Collins Cisco, guitar/vocals, Dillard Armstrong, fiddle/vocal, Ritchell Bowden, mondolin, Earl Cantrell, bass/vocal, and Avery Perry, banjo -- members of the "Kentucky Grass" (Musical group).
Event notes: Field recordings made by Tyler in Dunkirk, Indiana, on October 28, 1979; Commercial disc recorded in Greenfield, Indiana, ca. 1979.
Description: 2 sound tape reels : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 1 track, mono. ; 7 in. + 1 sound disc.
Contents: Part I. Armstrong, Bowden and Cisco (October 28, 1979). Down yonder; John Hardy; Heel and toe polka; Blue flame; Fire on the mountain; Boil 'em cabbage down; Dark Hollow; Arkansas traveler; Sunset trail; Orange blossom special; Lee highway ramble; Long John; [Interview on how they add new material to repertoire]; Redwood hills; Kentucky mandolin; Wildwood flower; Under the double eagle; Watson blues; Silent night; Sally Ann; Marching through Columbus; Buffalo gals --
Part II. "Down Home Fever" Collins Cisco amd the KY Grass (Programme Audio Records No. 051979; ca. 1979) Down home fever; Are you missin' me; Truck drivin' man; Smoke along the track; Orange blossom special; Pistol packin' preacher; Train 45; Times were hard in Kentucky; What a friend we have in Jesus; Old slewfoot.
Other Titles: Down home fever
Down yonder
John Hardy
Heel and toe polka
Blue flame
Fire on the mountain
Boil 'em cabbage down
Dark hollow
Arkansas traveler
Sunset trail
Orange blossom special
Lee highway ramble
Long John
Redwood hills
Kentucky mandolin
Wildwood flower
Under the double eagle
Watson blues
Silent night
Responsibility: collected in part by Paul Tyler.

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My Father is the Fiddle player.

by armstrogen (WorldCat user published 2013-09-08) Excellent Permalink

To Paul Tyler;

I am Curt Armstrong, my father Dillard Armstrong and Fiddle player on the Album "Down Home Fever".

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