A Reek & a Rambling Blade
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Audio CD, April 11, 2011
Chump Man Blues (2:57)
A Reek & a Rambling Blade (3:47)
Move That Thing (3:06)
Spotted Pony/Rabbit in the Pea Patch (2:25)
Boarding House Hash (1:55)
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (5:59)
On the Road Again (3:13)
Sweet Old Kokomo (2:40)
Bonaparte Crossing the Wapsi (1:43)
This Will Bring You Back (2:47)
'Fore Day Creep (3:46)
total running time, 34:42
This potpourri of American musical styles includes old blues and ragtime, traditional banjo tunes, and a cowboy song.
"Chump Man Blues" comes from the work of Blind Blake. "A Reek & a Rambling Blade" has its roots in European traditional music. "Move That Thing," "On the Road Again," "Sweet Old Kokomo," and "This Will Bring You Back" originate with the Memphis Jug Band. "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie" is a traditional cowboy song that was once a traditional sailor song.
"Bonaparte Crossing the Wapsi" is an original banjo tune. "Boarding House Hash" comes from the work of Charlie Poole. "Fore Day Creep" was written by Jesse Crump and was recorded by Ida Cox in 1927.
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