Civil War Tunes Recorded June 25, 2006 by Carl Anderton
playing gut-strung reproduction Civil War era banjo (made by George Wunderlich).
These unrehearsed recordings were made during a reenactment of The Battle
of Cole Camp, Missouri (1861). "We just found a shady spot and I started
playing what ever popped into my head," reported Carl to members of
Rices Correct Method for the Banjo: With or Without a Master
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Playing the Bones... Yours truly rattlin' away with marvelous musicians in various musical genres including Willow Creek (gospel & bluegrass), Carl Anderton (minstrel), Carolina Chocolate Drops (minstrel), Banjo Billy and friends (old-time), Bottoms Up Blues Gang (blues), "Blind Boy" Paxton (minstrel), Bones Fest XI (minstrel) and XIII (Irish), Christine Breen & Roger Netherton (old-time), Raw Earth (urban tribal), Gum Springs Serenaders (minstrel), Ed Yother (Irish), Rich Egan (ragtime), Jan Marra ("Brother Bones" style) and more... View Playlist