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Steve Kendall - Singles
Steve Kendall - Singles
 Abe's Retreat   1:11 - 1.1MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Abe's Retreat, aka Battle of Bull Run, is played here in aEADE. My first exposure to this tune was the version recorded by the Red Clay Ramblers and it's still my favourite.
 Wooden Legs   1:27 - 1.3MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Wooden Legs was learned from a tape of Pete Humphreys. It is related to certain versions of Salt River and, more remotely, to The Red Haired Boy. It's played in standard G tuning.
 Betty Likens   1:09 - 1.1MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Betty is played in A modal tuning on a Ramsay standard with a tubaphone-type tone ring.
 Sally in the Garden   1:12 - 1.1MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Sally in the Garden, Assisting Sam. This tune is usually called Sally in the Garden Sifting Sand or just Sally in the Garden. Or Hogeye. Played on my Ramsay banjo in aEADE. I got the tune from The Old Fiddler's Repetory, Vol 1.
 June Apple   1:05 - 1.0MB
 Steve Kendall  Alternative
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 June Apple played on my gourd banjo. The tuning is dADF#A which is the equivalent of standard G tuning at a lower pitch. The key is D.
 Morgan Magan   1:25 - 1.3MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 This is a tune by Turloch O'Carolan. O'Carolan was a blind harper and composer in Ireland. Standard G tuning.
 Old Aunt Sally is Good Enough   1:03 - 1.0MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 The full name of this tune is Old Aunt Sally is Good Enough for Anybody. I learned this tune from one of two tapes of West Virginia banjo players recorded by Gerry Milnes. This tune was played by Pete Humphreys who is my favourite player on the tapes. Humprheys played pretty fast with a hard driving style
and lots of drop thumbing.
 Humours and Musical Priest   2:00 - 1.8MB
 Steve Kendall  Alternative
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 The first, The Humours of Teddy, is a tune composed by Steve and played by Steve (bouzouki) and Sharon (pennywhistle). The second tune is a traditional
Irish reel called The Musical Priest.
 Dry and Dusty   0:57 - 0.9MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Dry and Dusty played on a wooden topped banjo. Key of D, more or less.
 Peacock Rag   1:26 - 1.3MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Peacock Rag, played in D. I got it from The Old Fiddler's Repetory Vol 1.
 Wild Horse   1:00 - 0.9MB
 Steve Kendall  World/ Folk
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 Wild Horse aka Stoney Point aka Wild Horse at Stoney Point aka Pigtown Fling aka Old Dad-any others? The tuning is gDGDE with a capo on.
   
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