Erynn Marshall - Greasy Creek album download
|1||Tricks Of The Trade||2:29|
|5||Gibsons / Buck Fever||4:11|
|8||Bass Cove Waltz||4:06|
|11||Snake Ate A Hoecake||1:58|
|13||Jacqueline's Dream [Bonus Track]||3:44|
- Acoustic Bass – Joe Dejarnette (tracks: 3, 5-7, 9, 11)
- Banjo – Adam Hurt (tracks: 4, 8, 10), Bob Carlin (tracks: 2, 3, 5, 7), Kyle Dean Smith (tracks: 5)
- Banjo [Cello-Banjo] – Bob Carlin (tracks: 9), Kyle Dean Smith (tracks: 1, 11)
- Fiddle – Eddie Bond (tracks: 1, 7), Erynn Marshall
- Graphics – Debbie Adams
- Guitar – Beth Hartness (tracks: 4, 8), Carl Jones (tracks: 1, 3-5, 7, 9, 10, 12), Kyle Dean Smith (tracks: 6), Snake Smith (tracks: 11)
- Harmonica – Phill Woddall (tracks: 6, 10)
- Mandolin – Carl Jones (tracks: 8, 12)
- Mandolin [Banjo-Mandolin] – Carl Jones
- Producer – Erynn Marshall
- Ukulele [Banjo-Ukulele] – Erynn Marshall (tracks: 5)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 722512531178
|none||Erynn Marshall||Greasy Creek (13xFile, FLAC, Album)||Not On Label||none||Unknown|
Greasy Creek by Erynn Marshall & Friends, released 01 July 2016 1. Tricks of the Trade 2. Levy's Blues 3. Redtail 4. Rory's Road 5. Gibsons, Buck Fever 6. Decatur Stomp 7. Old Barn 8. Bass Cove Waltz 9. Greasy Creek 10. Laughing Girl 11. Snake Ate A Hoecake 12. Windfall Greasy Creek is a new CD of original, old-time fiddle-tunes by Erynn Marshall played in a traditional style. Guest artists include: Carl Jones, Eddie Bond, Bob Carlin, Adam Hurt, Beth Hartness, Kyle-Dean Smith, Snake Smith, Phill Woddail, and Joe Dejanette.
Erynn Marshall – Greasy Creek. Label: Dittyville – 007. Format: CD, Album. Fiddle – Eddie Bond (3) (tracks: 1, 7), Erynn Marshall. Graphics – Debbie Adams. Guitar – Beth Hartness (tracks: 4, 8), Carl Jones (3) (tracks: 1, 3-5, 7, 9, 10, 12), Kyle Dean Smith (tracks: 6), Snake Smith (tracks: 11).
Having relocated to Virginia, Greasy Creek sees her forging a solo path for her highly respected fiddle playing, alongside many other collaborators, but still staying firmly in that Old Timey vein. This is pre-bluegrass music, so when there’s banjo accompaniment it’s claw hammer or three-finger, but not Scruggs, style. Marshall’s husband, Carl Jones, pops up quite a bit across the album, adding one or more of guitar, mandolin and banjo-mandolin on ten of the twelve and a bit tunes – there’s a hidden bonus track, the rather gorgeous and lilting Jacqueline’s Dream. The title track is also a little gem, a swampy mix of fiddle and banjo, but the infectiously joyful Laughing Girl, with what feel like a few Celtic touches here and there, is perhaps the star of the set. Anyone who has any love for Old Timey fiddle led instrumentals is sure to find a lot to like on this rather prettily presented album.
Erynn Marshall has carved out a niche for herself as an old-time fiddler in Canada and abroad. Her playing style is expressive and innovative, yet rooted in tradition. She has been featured at numerous concert venues, folk clubs and festivals in the US and Canada and is known for her smooth, bluesy fiddling and her joy of performing home-made music with and for others.
Later in June Erynn heads to Cowan Creek Mountain Music School in Kentucky. The highlight of July of course is Swannanoa Old-Time Week and there is still space in some of the classes. Carl is teaching mandolin & guitar. SAT Jan 6th, 2018 – 10:30am EST Erynn Marshall Fiddle Lesson. Tune: a cool version of Eighth of January (with extra parts) by great, late VA fiddler John Ashby. SAT Jan 6th, 2018 – 1pm EST – Carl Jones Mandolin Workshop. Tune: Pigeon on the Gate. SUN Feb 4, 2018 – 1pm EST – Erynn Marshall Fiddle Workshop. Tune: tba. SUN Feb 4, 2018 – 3:00pm EST – Carl Jones Guitar Workshop.
Greasy Creek by Erynn Marshall & Friends. Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones Play Happy Hollow - Fiddle/Guitar. Erynn Marshall and Carl Jones. Erynn Marshall plays the fiddle-tune "Trouble On My Mind". Elswick's Farewell played by Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones.
by Erynn Marshall & Friends. Tricks of the Trade Play. Their new album was made with producer, engineer and mixer Jason Plumb at Studio One Recordings in their Saskatchewan hometown, and it aims to capture the group’s raucous energy in recorded form.