Chubby Wise - The Million Dollar Fiddle album flac
- Album: The Million Dollar Fiddle
- FLAC: 1529 mb | MP3: 1818 mb
- Released: 1976
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 376
- Format: VOC MP4 APE AU DXD AHX XM
|A2||Sittin' On Top Of The World|
|A5||Freight Train Blues|
|B1||Waiting For Robert E. Lee|
|B2||I'll Keep On Loving You|
|B3||East Tennessee Blues|
|B4||Is It True What Thay Say About Dixie|
|B5||I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome|
- Banjo – Ronnie Rebstock*
- Bass – Steve Kellar
- Drums – David Kealey
- Fiddle – Chubby Wise
- Guitar [Hawaiian] – Gene Meyers
- Piano – Dana Smith
- Rhythm Guitar – Paul Buskirk
NotesRecorded January 19, 1976
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Musicians: ・Chubby Wise (Fiddle) ・W. C. Avery (Rhythm Guitar) ・Bill Northcutt (Banjo) ・. Hopkins (Mandolin) ・Buck Henson (Bass) ・Danny Ross (Piano).
Tracklist: 1. Orange Blossom Special, 2. 3 O’Clock In The Morning, 3. Stone’s Rag, 4. Up A Lazy River, 5. Down Yonder, 6. Red Wing, 7. Maiden’s Prayer, 8. Chubby’s Hornpipe, 9. Danny Boy, 10. Daddy Blues, 11. Sweet Bunch Of Daisies, 12. Cacklin’ He. 1. Orange Blossom Special. 2. 3 O’Clock In The Morning.
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Artist: Wise, Chubby Title: Chubby Wise And His Fiddle Genre: Bluegrass Type: Used - LP Label: Stoneway Catalog ID: STY 104 Country: USA Our ID: 74602. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.
Other musicians, including Robert Russell "Chubby" Wise, have claimed authorship of the song. Wise did not write it although he claimed for years that he had. Rouse, a mild mannered man who lived deep in the Everglades never contested the matter. Years later, Johnny Cash learned of Rouse and brought him to Miami to play the song at one of his concerts. Johnny Cash named his 1965 Orange Blossom Special album after the song. While bluegrass performers tend to play it as strictly an instrumental, Cash sang the lyrics, and replaced the fiddle parts with two harmonicas and a saxophone. Cash would play both harmonicas himself, as heard on At Folsom Prison and seen on The Johnny Cash Show.
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Atkins was a member of the Million Dollar Band during the 1980s. He is also well known for his song "Yankee Doodle Dixie", in which he played "Yankee Doodle" and "Dixie" simultaneously, on the same guitar. Before his mentor Sholes died in 1968, Atkins had become vice president of RCA's country division. In 2009, Steve Wariner released an album titled My Tribute to Chet Atkins. One song from that record, "Producer's Medley", featured Wariner's recreation of several famous songs that Atkins both produced and performed. Producer's Medley" won the Grammy for Best Country Instrumental Performance in 2010.