This is a six part Turkish/Klezmer tune that Stu Lipkowitz played for us at the 4-14-16 Klezmer jam in Albuquerque, NM.
Khosidl Part I
Khosidl Part II Bergovski Sher
These are songs played by Reb Leon Schwartz.
New Alan Jabbour CD Release – with Ken Perlman and Jim Watson
You Can’t Beat the Classics is a compact-disc (CD) collection of twenty-two distinctive settings of oldtime music classics and rarities from Appalachia and beyond. It is performed by three artists: Alan Jabbour on fiddle, Ken Perlman on clawhammer banjo, and Jim Watson on guitar and vocals. Classic tunes are inherently worthwhile musically, or they would not have
become classics. Certain tunes also seemed worth revisiting because fresh versions might stir up renewed interest. We hope that the musicality of our settings stirs fresh enthusiasm for these grand old classics. For good measure, we’ve also included a number of wonderful tunes never released before.
Ken Perlman and Alan Jabbour have been playing music together for fifteen years, and ten years ago they released a CD of fiddle-banjo duets, “Southern Summits.” “You Can’t Beat the Classics” sounds more “band-like” thanks to a third musician, Jim Watson, who joined Alan on the second Hollow Rock String Band LP in the early 1970s.
“You Can’t Beat the Classics” may be purchased from Alan Jabbour for $15 plus $3.50 shipping/handling:
List of tunes and sources
1. Rye Straw (Henry Reed)
2. Ragged Bill (Henry Reed)
3. Fire on the Mountain / Christmas Morning (Henry Reed)
4. Dixie Doodle
5. Grover Jones’s Waltz (Henry Reed)
6. Old Joe Clark (Henry Reed)
7. Love Somebody / Shoo Fly (Henry Reed)
8. Henry Reed’s Schottische (Henry Reed)
9. Rocky Road to Dublin (Burl Hammons)
10. Turkey in the Straw (Henry Reed)
11. When You and I Were Young, Maggie
12. New Castle, or Texas (Henry Reed)
13. Mississippi Sawyer
14. Red Fox (Henry Reed)
15. Newcastle (Iain Bain)
16. Casey Jones
17. Sally Ann / John R. Griffin’s Tune (Snake Chapman / John R. Griffin)
18. Hell among the Yearlings (Henry Reed / Doc White)
19. The Old Churchyard (Sanford Kelly)Alan and Karen Jabbour
http://www.alanjabbour.com/shop.html (order here)