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X:1 T:Hump Back Sam S:Tilman Pyeatt (1933 - 2007, Fayetteville, north west Arkansas) M:C| L:1/8 D: Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D FE|DFAA dAFG|ABAG FGFE|[A,2D2]FA dAFD|[A,2E2]CE FEC(E| D2)FA dAF[FA]|[G2B2][G2B2] GAG(F|E2) CE GECE|D2 DF D2:|| |:Ac|ddeg f2f2|ABAG FGFA|ddeg f2d2|Acce gecA| ddeg f2d(=c|B)2G2 FGF(F|E2)CE GECE|D2DF D2:||

HUMP BACK SAM. American, Reel (cut time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AABB. The tune is from the playing of fiddler Tilman Pyeatt (1933 - 2007), his second wife Molly Pyeatt (guitar), and Moon Mullins (banjo). Tilman was in the Air Force for many years, stationed in Texas. His family band, consisting of Tilman and his children Marilyn, Gene and Lehman, played bluegrass weekly on KMAC radio, San Antonio, and at local venues. The family moved back to Tilman's native Arkansas in 1970 where they continued to perform at local events.

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Hear Tilman Pyeatt play the tune at Slippery Hill [1]

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