Crooked Stovepipe (2)

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CROOKED STOVEPIPE [2]. AKA and see "Buffalo Nickel (1)," "Cat Ate the Handsaw," "Chinky Pin," "Darling Child," "Eber Atkins Tune," "Farmer Had a Dog," "Fourth of July," "Hair in the Butter," "I'm My Momma's Darling (Child)," "Lead Out," "Liesel," "Love Somebody (2)," "Midnight Serenade (1)," "My Love is but a Lassie Yet (1)," "Old Mose," "Raymondville," "Richmond Blues," "Sweet Sixteen," "Ten Nights in a Bar Room," "Too Young to Marry (1)," "Yellow Eyed Cat." Old-Time, Breakdown. USA, Missouri. The title for this variant of a large tune family is specific to the Ozarks Mountains region, according to Howard Marshall.

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