Bill Gray’s Dubuque

Players: Dwight Lamb & Nate Kemperman, fiddles; David Cavins, guitar.

Dwight Lamb teaches Nate Kemperman an unusual version of a common Midwestern tune, Dubuque.  Dwight learned this version from the playing of his father, Clarence Lamb, but he mentions that it’s Bill Gray’s version–Bill Gray, a contemporary of Dwight’s father, was a well-known fiddler in the Loess Hills near Dwight’s boyhood home. Recorded at Dwight’s house in Onawa, Iowa, October 18, 2014.

Constitution Hornpipe

Players: Ed Tharp, fiddle; John Hartford, banjo; Marvin Hawthorne, guitar

Dubuque’s Hornpipe

Players: Cyril Stinnett, fiddle; Lena Hughes, banjo

From the County CD “Three Fiddlers From the Show-Me State.”

Durang’s Hornpipe

Players: Jake Hockemeyer, fiddle

From a 1965 session.

Fisher’s Hornpipe

Players: John White, fiddle; Lucille White, guitar; Kenny Hartgrove, banjo

Recorded at the Lily Dale schoolhouse December 1, 1984.

Garfield Hornpipe

Players: Ed Tharp, fiddle; John Hartford, banjo; Marvin Hawthorne, guitar

From a recording made by John Hartford March 29, 1961 at Midway, Missouri.

Golden Eagle Hornpipe

Players: George Morris, fiddle; Dan Foster, accordion

From a 1955 recording. Included on the “Play Me Something Quick and Devilish” accompanying CD. Courtesy Charlie Walden.

Good for the Tongue

Players: Bob Walters, fiddle

From “Bob Walters: The Champion,” recordings from the collection of Dwight Lamb

Lady on the Green

Players: Bob Walters, fiddle

From “Bob Walters: The Champion,” recordings from the collection of Dwight Lamb

Liverpool Hornpipe

Players: Taylor McBaine, fiddle; Walter Calvin, guitar

From a 1973 session in Columbia; recorded by Howard Marshall.

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