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D:Decca, Tommy Jackson - "Square Dances without Calls" (1959)
Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz
e2-|fafe dcde| fded BcdB|A[FA]EF AFDF|[E3A3]F [E2A2][FA][EA]|
[D2A2] FG AFEF |GABd gfed|cdeg ageg|f[d2f2]g [d2f2]:|
|:de|fgaf dcde | fgaf bfag|fgaf dded|[B3e3][ce] [B4e4]|
efga gfed|Bcde dBGB|Ace^g a=geg|f[d2f2]g [d2f2]:|
ACORN HILL (BREAKDOWN). American, Reel. D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB. Composed by renowned Nashville session fiddler Tommy Jackson (1926-1979), named for the town his wife's family came from. The tune appears to be a variant of "Soppin' the Gravy (1)."
Source for notated version : - Carthy Cisco [Silberberg].
Printed sources : - Silberberg (Tunes I Learned at Tractor Tavern), 2002; p.1.
Recorded sources : - Bee Balm 302, “The Corndrinkers.” Decca , Tommy Jackson - "Square Dances without Calls" (1959). Rounder 0432, Bob Holt - "Got a Little Home to Go To" (1999). Garry Harrison and the Mule Team - "Red Prairie Dawn" (2000).
See also listing at :
Jane Keefer's Folk Music Index: An Index to Recorded Sources 
Hear Tommy Jackson's 1959 recording (with Hank Garland on electric guitar) at youtube.com 
See Charlie Walden's standard notation transcription 
See Pete Martin's fiddle tutorial on youtube.com 
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