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Daniel Prayed - The Red Clay Ramblers - Merchants Lunch (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Merchants lunch --A beefalo special --Woman down in Memphis --Molly put the kettle on --Milwaukee blues --Melancholy --Rabbit in the pea patch --I've got plans --Kildare's fancy ; Ships are sailing ; High yellow --Daniel prayed --Forkéd deer --Henhouse blues --Sweet and slow. Responsibility: the Red Clay Ramblers.
  2. Twisted Laurel / Merchants Lunch by Red Clay Ramblers - CD () for $ from trivsanjuletmauflatroatwisnasurgosan.xyzinfo Folk - Order by Phone /5(16).
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  4. Daniel Prayed Forked Deer Henhouse Blues Sweet And Slow. out of 5 stars Red Clay Ramblers Twisted Laurel/Merchants Lunch. Reviewed in the United States on February 23, Verified Purchase. About 20 years ago I saw the Red Clay Ramblers playing in Chapel Hill, NC, and fell in love with them. I recently got this double album/5(23).
  5. The Red Clay Ramblers are the most important group formed during the string-band revival that occurred in the s around Durham, in central North Carolina, according to Smithsonian Folkways. The founding members, Bill Hicks, Jim Watson, Tommy Thompson, and Mike Craver, created music that was The best old-time music show bar none of the folkie revival of the seventies.
  6. Subject: RE: Tune Req: Daniel Prayed From: Janie Date: 22 Feb 07 - AM The Red Clay Ramblers do a version of it on either Twisted Laurel or Merchant's Lunch that I like alot, and from which it is possible to pick out all of the parts. In the event Carter isn't able to find the arrangement he has, it would be worth taking a listen to the.
  7. The Red Clay Ramblers: Mike Craver, Bill Hicks, Tommy Thompson, Jim Watson All material was recorded in live takes at the Media Center, Duke University, Durham, N.C.
  8. Buy Twisted Laurel / Merchants Lunch (CD) by The Red Clay Ramblers (CD). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.

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