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  | notes    = '''Featured Tunes''' are considered to be some of the best articles TTA has to offer, as determined by TTA's editors. They are used by editors as examples for writing other articles.
 
  | notes    = '''Featured Tunes''' are considered to be some of the best articles TTA has to offer, as determined by TTA's editors. They are used by editors as examples for writing other articles.
On non-mobile versions of our website, a small bronze star icon &nspb; [[File:cscr-featured.svg|15px|link=Featured_content|This is a featured Tune. Click here for more information.|alt=Featured tune]] (This star symbolizes the featured content on TTA.) on the top right corner of an article's page indicates that the article is featured. On most smartphones and tablets you can also select "Request Desktop Site" to see this line (do a search to find out how).
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On non-mobile versions of our website, a small bronze star icon   [[File:cscr-featured.svg|15px|link=Featured_content|This is a featured Tune. Click here for more information.|alt=Featured tune]] (This star symbolizes the featured content on TTA.) on the top right corner of an article's page indicates that the article is featured. On most smartphones and tablets you can also select "Request Desktop Site" to see this line (do a search to find out how).
 
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Revision as of 11:32, 10 July 2019

Featured Tunes
Featured Tunes are considered to be some of the best articles TTA has to offer, as determined by TTA's editors. They are used by editors as examples for writing other articles.

On non-mobile versions of our website, a small bronze star icon   Featured tune (This star symbolizes the featured content on TTA.) on the top right corner of an article's page indicates that the article is featured. On most smartphones and tablets you can also select "Request Desktop Site" to see this line (do a search to find out how).

Title Audio Printable Date
MISSISSIPPI SAWYER
Mississippi Sawyer,
performed by: Lloyd Wanzer at Weiser, Idaho, in 1963
Mississippi Sawyer
22 May 2012
CARROLL COUNTY BLUES
Carroll County Blues
Carroll County Blues
28 November 2010