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X:1 T:Swamplake Breakdown, The M:2/4 L:1/16 K:G D2|"G"G2B2 BcdB|"C"c2c2 efge|"G"d2B2 cBAG|"D7"F2A2 A2D2| "G"G2B2 BcdB|"C"c2c2 efge|"G"d2B2 "D7"cBAF|"G"G2B2 G2:| |:ef|"G"g2ga gfed|"C"cBcd efge|"G"d2B2 "C"cBAG|"D7"F2A2 A2 ef| "G"g2ga gfed|"C"cBcd efge|"G"d2B2 "D7"cBAF|"G"G2B2 G2:|]



SHULL CREEK. AKA - "Shoal Creek Breakdown." American, Reel. Northwest Missouri fiddler Casey Jones’ (d. 1967) version of Canadian radio and TV fiddler Don Messer’s “Swamplake Breakdown (The),” probably gleaned from CBC broadcasts that reacher the American plains region from Canada.

Additional notes

Source for notated version: -

Printed sources : -

Recorded sources: -MSOTFA 102, Casey Jones – “Rocky Road to Jordan” (1992).



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