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Pike County Breakdown - Tony Trischka - The Early Years (CD)

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  1. Feb 22,  · I cut my teeth trying to learn Andy's playing- well, what I could of it- just as a for instance, Pike County Breakdown which is now available on CD (Tony Trischka: The Early Years on Rounder) (That's not Earl-y!), and lots of the "Flatbush Waltz" album which, criminally, has not been reissued on CD.
  2. This CD contains Tony's first two albums in their entirety, "Bluegrass Light" and "Heartlands". A popular music masterpiece! Tracks: 1- Two If By Night 2- China Grove 3- For You 4- My Birdcage Needs New Paper 5- Hampton Hope 6- Higher Up The River 7- Sleepy Hollow Real 8- Twelve Weeks At Sea 9- The Jig Is Up Blue Light Remington Ride
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  4. Early Years by Tony Trischka - CD () for $ from huswynbaktilararcanebrand.xyzinfo Country & Bluegrass - Order by Phone /5(5).
  5. Allegro Commodo, Pike County Breakdown. More music songs En Saga, I. Tempo Tranquillo Assai, Gonna Have Myself a Ball, The Girl I Love Don't Pay me No Mind. More music songs Whistling Rufus, Riding the Saranac, Soldier's Joy, Time Stands Still, Gotta Travel On, She's My Girl, Fiddler's Dream.
  6. Apr 09,  · Pike County Breakdown Scott Vestal-Banjo Aubrey Haynie-Fiddle Adam Steffey or Wayne Benson-Mandolin Barry Bales-Bass Clay Jones-Guitar The legendary Joe Hood (my father) was an AWESOME banjo.
  7. Pike County Breakdown is an instrumental that was performed by the Wildwood Boys at the Tangent in Palo Alto on February 23rd The Wildwood Boys were a group that existed, on and off, for over 6 months. Tony Trischka, Bluegrass Tarheels, Bluegrass Tarheels, The Early Years, Tony Trischka, Golden Gate Promenade, Butch.
  8. Discographie de Tony Trischka. Banjoïste Bluegrass US né le 16 Janvier à Syracuse (New York). The avant-garde banjo stylings of Tony Trischka inspired a whole generation of progressive bluegrass musicians; he was not only considered among the very best pickers, he was also one of the instrument's top teachers, and created numerous instructional books, teaching video tapes, and cassettes.

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