Old Joe Clark - Delbert Hughes - The Home Recordings (Cassette)

Download Old Joe Clark - Delbert Hughes - The Home Recordings (Cassette)
Label: Augusta Heritage Recordings - AHR 015 • Format: Cassette • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Bluegrass, Folk


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  1. "Old Joe Clark" is a US folk song, a mountain ballad that was popular among soldiers from eastern Kentucky during World War I and afterwards. Its lyrics refer to a real person named Joseph Clark, a Kentucky mountaineer who was born in and murdered in
  2. American banjo player, comedian. Born: 8/6/ Died: 2/20/ Old Joe Clark was born in Tennessee. Started in the entertainment business as a ballad singer in the tradition of Bradley Kincaid, but was best known as an old man comedian/banjo player, akin to Grandpa Jones’s act.
  3. “Old Joe Clark” is an American fiddle tune that is well-known throughout the United States and other parts of the world. Many different verses and choruses have been sung to the tune. The song’s origins are unclear, as is the identity of Joe Clark himself, if the title did actually derive from a namesake.
  4. Mar 27,  · How to play on the recorder Old Joe Clark. VERY EASY RECORDER SONGS exbinazarela.fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co?list=PLQadz4_Sz9CjQW3ukfB9ngoRoSWFbIoOI Support me wit.
  5. May 12,  · OLD JOE CLARK is the ubiquitous, quintessential old-time fiddle tune, possessing the same venerable status as a handful of others, albeit most often played as a 'learning piece' or introduction to the genre. Samuel Bayard () thinks it was originally a song tune that later (or in parallel) became a fiddle standard and play-party tune.
  6. Nov 30,  · Learn this tune "Old Joe Clark" from Mel Bay's "Dirt Simple Fiddle" book/recording set. Here Mary Ann plays it up to speed; you can also play along with the s.. l.. o.. w practice tracks that.
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  8. Jan 03,  · Old Joe Clark the preacher’s son, Came to town one day. People come from miles around, just to hear him play. Chorus: Fare the well Old Joe Clark, Fare the well I say. Fare the well Old Joe Clark, See ya again some day. Went to visit Old Joe Clark, Sick and down in bed. Put my fingers down his throat, Pulled out an elephant’s head. Chorus.
  9. An unrehearsed interview with Delbert Hughes for the Morehead State University Vintage Fiddlers Oral History Project. The interview tapes were donated by Bob Butler, Collector, St. Louis. Tunes played include Tennessee Wagonner, Coon Bunch, Forked Deer, Old Joe Clark, McCleod's Reel - Horse and Buggy, Birdie, Ragtime, I Don't Love Nobody, Callahan ("He Says"), and Black Berry Blossom.

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