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X:1 T: Liza Jane [6] M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel S:Louisiana Honeydrippers K:G Bc|dcBd cBA2|B2G4 Bc|d2Bd A2B2|c3d c2Bc| dcBd cBA2|B2 G4 D2-|DFAc B2A2|G3 A G2GE|| DEGA B2d2|B2G4GA|BB2 B/c/ dcB2| A2GB A2D2-| DEGA B2d2|B2 G4FE|D2c2 B/c/B A2|G3A G2||

LIZA JANE [6]. Bluegrass, Breakdown. G Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AB.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: - Louisiana Honeydrippers via Phil and Vivian Williams (Seattle) [Silberberg]. The band was lead by Louisiana banjo player Jim Smoak [1] (b. 1933), who began his career in 1952 with Carl and Pearl Butler, although he was hired away almost immediately by Bill Monroe to play banjo with his Bluegrass Boys.

Printed sources : - Silberberg (Tunes I Learned at Tractor Tavern), 2002; p. 92.

Recorded sources: -Arhoolie Records 9032, Jim Smoak & The Louisiana Honeydrippers - "Bayou Bluegrass" (2011. Originally issued as Folklyric LP 122 in 1961).

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