Muddy Road to Texas (1)

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X:1 T:Muddy Road to Texas [1] S:Everis Campbell (1909-1997, Pike County, southeast Alabama) M:C| L:1/8 N:Played AA'B on the field recording. D:Whoop it Up! 103, Red Mountain White Trash - "Sweet Bama" (2002) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/muddy-road-texas Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:D +slide+[A2A2]-|[A2A2] [A2A2] FDEF|ABAF D2(EF|G2)[GB]G EFG2|[GB]GBG E2+slide[A2A2]-| [A2A2][A2A2] FDEF|ABAF D2Bc|d2eg fgag|[M:3/2]fded (d4[d2f2]) [FA]-[GA]-| [A2A2][A2A2] FDEF|ABAF D2(EF|G2)BG EFGA|BGBG E2[FA]-[GA]-| [A2A2][A2A2] FDEF|ABAF D2fg|a2g2 faea|[M:3/2]fd2d d4- d2|| g2-|gafa e2d2|ce2c A2EF|G2 BG EFGA|BGBG E2ef| gabg e2d2|ce2c A2 Bc|d2eg fgag|[M:3/2]fded d4-d2||



MUDDY ROAD TO TEXAS [1]. American, Reel (cut time). D Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AA'B. The source for the tune is Pike County, southeast Alabama, fiddler Everis Campbell (1909-1997), recorded in the field by Jim and Joyce Cauthen. The Cauthens recorded the tune with their band, White Mountain White Trash, in 2002, calling it "Everis Campbell's Tune" as he could not remember the title, but later they found a tape where Campbell introduced the tune as "Muddy Road to Texas."

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: -Whoop it Up! 103, Red Mountain White Trash - "Sweet Bama" (2002).

See also listing at:
Hear Everis Campbell's field recording at Slippery Hill [1]



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