Brushy Fork of John's Creek (2)
BRUSHY FORK OF JOHN'S CREEK . Old-Time, Breakdown. A Mixolydian. AA'BB'C. A different tune than "Brushy Fork of John's Creek (1)". The title is said to commemorate a Civil War battle that took place either on Brushy Fork of John's Creek in Pike County, Kentucky, or near Old Bedstead Mountain in southern Floyd County, Kentucky. Similarities to "Bunch of Keys (2)."
Source for notated version: Ed Haley (Kentucky/W.Va. border region) via John Hartford [Fiddler].
Printed source: Fiddler Magazine, vol. 8, No. 2, Summer 2001; pp. 36-37.
Recorded source: Rounder 1131/1132, Ed Hayley - "Forked Deer, vol. 1" (1997).
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