Monthly Archives: August 2011

The High Sheriffs: “I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine” (Bob Dylan)

The Sheriffs cover an old favorite.  Arranged by Jake Leg.  Enjoy.  Stay tuned, we are in the beginning stages of developing a small jazz unit as well. To download this episode, click here. To subscribe to this Podcast on iTunes, … Continue reading

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Excerpt from an interview with Mother Maybelle Carter.

Mother Maybelle talks about the first recordings of country music, Jimmy Rodgers and taking the train back and forth to Bristol.  Pretty awesome! Check it out.  We will feature much more of this interview and recordings on the “Women of … Continue reading

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Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour – Episode #15 (The Life And Music Of Cajun Fiddler Harry Choates.)

A truly tragic figure in the history of American music.  Harry Choates- Fiddle, Accordion, Guitar, Mandolin. You name it, he played it.  Harry Choates was called the “The Fiddle King of Cajun Swing”, and for good reason.  Choates had a … Continue reading

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Sneak-a-Peek! This Weekend! Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour Presents: “The Early Days of Jazz”

Here’s a jukebox style mix of oldtime and string jazz to give you a little preview of “The Early Days of Jazz” episode this weekend.  Hope you enjoy these tunes with your weekend.  We’ll see you next week with “The … Continue reading

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Dancefloor Mountain Radio Hour – Episode #14

Here we go!  Welcome to episode #14.  From Brazil to Peru to India and back, that’s what to expect from this edition.  It’s finally cooling off here in the midwest and it’s about time to get some camping done.  So … Continue reading

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High Sheriff Demo: “The Resistance Blues” (Sunderlin-Scherger)

Here’s one last trail dragger.  Hope you like it.  LP time.  See you soon. To download this song, click here.

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Dancefloor Mountain Presents: Diamonds In The Rough – The Many Sides Of Jamaican Jukebox.

Many sides from the island’s somewhat lesser known artists.  With the massive influence Bob Marley had across the United States at the time, many other talented and gifted musicians and singers were lost in the fold for years before their … Continue reading

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