Monroes Farewell / Growling Old Man - The Corndrinkers - The Corndrinkers (CD, Album)

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Label: Bee Balm Music - 302 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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9 thoughts on “ Monroes Farewell / Growling Old Man - The Corndrinkers - The Corndrinkers (CD, Album)

  1. Philo , "Louis Beaudoin" (, as “Growling Old Man and the Cackling Old Woman,” heard on a Don Messer radio show in the ’s). Rounder , "Jerry Holland" (appears as "The Old Man and the Old Woman").
  2. Contra Dance Music on Compact Discs. Consider this to be only a very small step in building a contra dance music database. What follows is a list of the CDs that I own that I consider to fall in within the very broad definition of "contra dance music".
  3. Jul 04,  · Allen Cheng. Allen Cheng is the founder of Shortform. He has a passion for non-fiction books (having read + and counting) and is on a mission to make the world's best ideas more accessible to everyone.
  4. Monroe, Bill and Doc Watson, Off the Record, Volume 2 - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson Live Duet Recordings - - CD; spring 94 vol.4 no Monroe, Bill, Bill Monroe: Bluegrass - CD; fall 92 vol.3 no
  5. Picking and husking ears of feed corn was a very difficult farm process to mechanize. This machine, manufactured by New Idea in , was the first commercially successful tractor-drawn, two-row picker and husker. It replaced two separate machines (the corn binder and husker-shredder) and made it possible for a single worker to harvest 15 acres of corn per day.
  6. The last few words of the song, the poor old beggar man, are spoken, not sung. The singer taps his foot occasionally throughout the song. The song is about a man who sails away and then comes back disguised as an old beggar man at his former love s wedding where he shows her a ring that he had from when he used to date the woman.
  7. This tune is an old western Pennsylvania fifer's march revised to fit the 'Old Man and Woman' pattern: it is a shortened form of "Governor King's March." Some Irish specimens of the form appear (though not this tune) in Petrie, Nos. , , where the situation indicated by the titles is that of a young woman married to an old man.
  8. The following story has been adapted from a story of a farmer who grew award winning corn related by author James Bender in his book, ‘How to Talk.’ Every year, a farmer would enter his corn in the state fair competition for quality crops, where it always won the prize for .
  9. The corn stalk is actually pulled down by a set of rollers underneath, this snaps the ear off the stalk, and the chains (black metal teeth in picture) move the corn to the top of the head so that the auger can move the corn to the gathering chains in the throat of the combine.

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