Nigger's Wedding (The)
X:1 T:Old Joe's Wedding T:N_____'s Wedding T:Day's Wedding N:From the playing of fiddler James W. Day AKA Jilson Setters (Ashland, Kentucky) N:There was a song called "Old Joe's Wedding Day" M:C| L:1/8 Q:"Fast" R:Reel D:Library of Congress AFS 01019 A01, James W. Day/Jilson Setters (1937) D:https://www.slippery-hill.com/content/old-joes-wedding Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:G [G,2D2]-|:([G,D]G)GB AGEG|DEGA Bcd2|efga gedB|edBG AGEG| ABGE AGEG|ABGA Bdd2|efga gedB|edBG AB G2:| |:bbb^a (b^ab)=a|gage d2ef|gage dBed|BGAG EG D2| bbb^a (b^ab)=a|gage d2ef|gage dBed|BGAG- G2||
California mandolin player Kenny Hall always substituted the word 'preacher' for the offensive word in the title, and it has also been called "Old Joe's Wedding" and "Day's Wedding" for the same reason.
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