Mitchell Clog

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MITCHELL CLOG. AKA - "Mitchell's Clog." Old-Time, Breakdown. The name of a tune learned by Randolph County, W. Va., fiddler Woody Simmons (b. 1911) from a local mentor Wren McGee. “He was, along about them days, a champion fiddler. He lived on McGee Run and played the fiddle” (Mountains of Music, John Lilly ed., 1999, p. 15).

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Printed sources:

Recorded sources: Elderberry ER 002, Woody Simmons - "All Smiles Tonight" (1979).




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