Rocky Road to Jericho

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X:1 T:Rocky Road to Jericho S:Clifford Murray (Texas) M:C| L:1/8 R:Reel N:AEac# tuning (fiddle) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/rocky-road-jericho Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:A +slide+[c3c3][Bc]-[c2c2] ([Ac][Bc]|[c2c2])[c2c2] [A,4E4]|c2c2 BcBA|1EDEF A4:|2[M:3/4]EDEF A2[M:C|]|| |:[A,2E2]"+"c2"+"A2E2|Ac B2 AB c2| [A,2E2]"+"c2"+"A2E2|1AcBA BcA2:|2 [M:5/4]AcBA Bc A2-Ac|| |:e3e e2cd|(e^d)(e=d) [c4c4]|[c2c2][B2c2][c2c2][B2c2]|[M:6/4]cABA FEFG A3A[M:C|]:|



ROCKY ROAD TO JERICHO. American, Reel (cut time). A Major. AEac# tuning (fiddle). AABBCC. The tune is from the repertoire of Texas fiddler Clifford Murray, who was recorded in 1935 by John Lomax playing the tune. The Library of Congress catalogue card notes that it was "sung by a group of cowboys" (there are no vocals on this piece) in Throckmorton, west of Dallas, north-central Texas, and that Murray was accompanied by Mrs. Bob Criswell on guitar.

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See also listing at:
Hear Clifford Murray play the tune at Slippery Hill [1]
Hear Howard Rains' version of the tune on Soundcloud [2]



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