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Audio CD, March 23, 2011
Don't You Dare Touch It (3:11)
Modal Delight (1:50)
Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms (3:32)
He Called That Religion (3:02)
Moon Goin' Down (3:50)
Rock Island Line (1:48)
The Missing Key (3:04)
You Shall (3:21)
Time Stopped Passing (2:30)
World Gone Wrong (4:09)
Total running time, 30:18
This slice of American pie includes original works and songs originating with the Memphis Jug Band, the Mississippi Sheiks, Gary Davis, Frank Stokes, and others. Styles include ragtime blues, Delta blues, and bluegrass country arrangements.
"Don't You Dare Touch It" is a popular tune from the early 1900s, performed by the Memphis Jug Band and others.
"Modal Delight" is an original song played on banjo, guitar, mandolin, and bass.
"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms" was written in the 1930s by Bill Monroe's brother Charlie, when they were performing together as the Monroe Brothers.
"He Called That Religion" comes from the Mississippi Sheiks, a popular and influential guitar and fiddle group of the 1930s. "World Gone Wrong" is also from the Sheiks.
"Moon Goin' Down" is from the influential blues and gospel artist Rev. Gary Davis.
"Rock Island Line" was written by Kelly Pace and first recorded by John Lomax in 1934.
"The Missing Key" and "Time Stopped Passing" are my original works.
"You Shall" is from American blues musician Frank Stokes.
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