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Interprète: Hollow Rock String Band
Titre: Traditional Dance Tunes
Pays: Germany
Publié sur: 1979
Style: Folk
Catégorie: Folk
Classement: 4.3
Catalogue #: ALLP-240
Label: Autogram

Tracklist

1Richmond Cotillion
2Kitchen Girl
3Betty Likens
4Cabin Creek
5Hog-Eyed Man
6Devil On A Stomp
7Medley: John Brown’s March, Green Fields Of America, Hop Light Ladies
8Over The Waterfall
9Clog
10Money Musk
11Jawbones
12Folding Down The Sheets
13Fiddler’s Drunk And The Fun’s All Over
14Dinah
15Waltz


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
311Hollow Rock String Band Traditional Dance Tunes ‎(LP, Album)Kanawha Records311US1968
SDM 241Hollow Rock String Band Traditional Dance Tunes ‎(LP, Album)SaydiscSDM 241UKUnknown
CO-CD-2715The Hollow Rock String Band Traditional Dance Tunes ‎(CD, Album, RE)County RecordsCO-CD-2715US1997


Crédits

  • BanjoTom Thompson
  • FiddleAlan Jabbour
  • GuitarBobbie Thompson
  • MandolinBert Levy


Notes

Notes as they appear on the original LP:

The Hollow Rock String Band has been playing old-time string band music in the Durham, North Carolina area since 1966. Its repertory consists of tunes learned from old fiddlers’ conventions in North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia, and adapted to the old-time string band style which has long enlivened country-dances in the upper South. Partly because the style is so closely associated with dancing, it focuses upon the music, not the musicians: there are no “breaks” showing off individual instruments, and the melody is repeated with only slight variations. All the instruments but the guitar play the melody, and even the guitar occasionally takes up the melodic line. The banjo is played in the style variously described as “clawhammer” or “knocking,” and the guitar uses the well-known flat pick style with a generous portion of moving bass-line. Of the fiddle style it can only be said that, while each player has his own mannerisms and certain regions likewise develop their own stylistic traits, fiddlers generally learn tune by tune, leaving many of the stylistic elements in the tune as they acquired it. Few fiddlers play every tune in the same style, and the differences reflect their multiple sources. The mandolin generally follows the fiddle, making only the adaptations necessary in transferring the melody to a different instrument.

Shortly before this album was recorded, Henry Reed of Glen Lyn, Virginia died at the age of 83. Mr. Reed, who provided us with most of the tunes on this record, was an extraordinary repository of traditional tunes of the highest caliber. He was born near Peterstown in Monroe County, West Virginia and grew up in the midst of a vigorous tradition of old-time instrumental music. At an early age he learned to play the fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin, and harmonica, and he quickly acquired a rich and varied repertory of East and West Virginia tunes. His father, uncle, and elder brother were all musicians, and at least ten other older men in the area taught him tunes. He came under the particular influence of Quincy Dillion, a Civil War fifer and fiddler who, though over ninety when Henry was a boy, still relished his whiskey and his ancient fiddle tunes. The full extent and quality of Henry Reed’s repertory will become clearer with the appearance of a book-length collection, devoted solely to his tunes, which I am now preparing. In the meantime this small sampler is gratefully dedicated to his memory and the example of his musicianship.

Alan Jabbour

Alan Jabbour, our fiddler, is from Jacksonville, Florida and came to Durham to study English at Duke. He began collecting traditional music in 1965 and has Alan Jabbour, Bertram Levy, Bobbie Thompson, Tommy Thompsonrecorded old-time fiddlers in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina. When he is not teaching English or writing his dissertation, he divides his time between studying folk music and playing fiddle tunes with the rest of us. Our mandolin player, Bert Levy, has just completed his medical studies at Duke. He comes from Long Island, New York, is a sailboat enthusiast, a classical guitarist, and has played banjo in a bluegrass band. Bobbie Thompson designs book jackets for Duke University Press and teaches printmaking in the art department. She has been playing guitar since 1965. I'm in philosophy at U.N.C. and started playing the banjo in 1961. Bobbie and I come here from Jacksonville, Florida via New Orleans. We have a seven year-old daughter, Jesse, who says all fiddle tunes sound alike. Hollow Rock is the name of the community near Durham where we live.

Tommy Thompson


Album

This Big String Band. Raise a Ruckus. Uncle Earl. The Legacy of Tommy Jarrell, Vol. 2: Rainbow Sign. Tommy Jarrell. Old-Time String Band. Camp Creek Boys. The Essential Johnny Cash. Johnny Cash. The Old Time Banjo Festival. Various Artists. Millions of songs. Traditional Dance Tunes. Your Rating. Overview . Формируйте собственную. Traditional Dance Tunes was originally recorded and released in 1968 by The Hollow Rock String Band of Durham, North Carolina. The source of most of the tunes was from Alan Jabbour's the group's fiddle player field recordings of Henry Reed, an old time fiddler living in Glen Lyn, Virginia. Not a terribly sophisticated album even by OT music standards but well-done and excellent tune selections. Check out the Fuzzy Mountain SB and the Red Clay Ramblers while you're at it. Betty Likens. The Young Fogies. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться. Создать плейлист. Listen to music from Hollow Rock String Band like Over the Waterfall, Betty Likens & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hollow Rock String Band. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. Seminal old-time revival string band, playing especially the repertoire of Henry Reed of Virginia. View wiki. Hollow Single by LeBrock, released 27 May 2020 1. Hollow 2. Hollow Instrumental LeBrock is back with one of their most stirring tracks to date on Hollow. Throwing the rose-colored glasses out the window, Hollow takes an honest look at the world and delivers a striking vision of life through the duos remarkable songwriting style. Rugged guitar riffs and shimmering synth tones combine to provide the perfect backdrop to a hook-heavy vocal delivery that will leave you humming long after the song ends. Hollow is out now on all platforms from independent synt. Re: Traditional Dance Tunes. The Hollow Rocks were one of the first fiddle albums I bought. Later, became a big fan of the Ramblers. At least one other Scottish tune on this album which I can recommend as an excellent band for dancing to. I have enjoyed listening to this band and am sorry that in the 21st century they are no longer playing together Posted by Susan K 9 months ago. Re: Trad. Hollow were a progressive power metal band from Umeå, Sweden and is now a solo project by Andreas Stoltz. The band begun in the early 1990s when members met in the university town of Umeå. Tomas and Andreas had decided to start a band when they met during their military service, serving together in the same platoon. Originally called Valkyrian they decided to change their name to Hollow which they felt was more in tune with their musical style The name Hollow reflects the constant void within, which. by Hollow Rock String Band