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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Where'd You Get That Hat?
3. Track 3
4. Wild Goose
5. Track 5
6. Pretty Little Gal
7. Track 7
8. Yell in the Shoats
9. Track 9
10. Lost Indian
11. Track 11
12. Town Hall Jig
13. Track 13
14. Little Bird in the Ash Brook
15. Track 15
16. Cory Dye
17. Track 17
18. Best Timber
19. 1
20. Old Kentucky Whiskey
21. 1
22. Straw Bonnet
23. 1
24. Cackling Hen
25. 1
26. Prairie Du Rocher Motion
27. 1
28. MacK's Hornpipe
29. 1
30. Money in Both Pockets
31. 1
32. Dundas Road
33. 1
34. Lone Prairie ^1.18

More Info:

The Indian Creek Delta Boys (Garry Harrison, Lynn "Chirps" Smith, Dan Baird, Dave Miller) were one of the most important and distinctive string bands formed during the old time revival of the 1970s. While many of the other revivalists focused on the styles and repertoires of the south, the ICDB concentrated their musical efforts on collecting, learning and performing the old time music traditions of their home region in and around Charleston, Illinois. This was the second volume of Illinois traditional tunes and songs recorded by the "Crick Delters" for Davis Unlimited in the summer of 1977. In Volume 2, The band presents pieces learned from noteworthy Midwestern fiddlers such as Bob Rogers, Harvey "Pappy" Taylor, J. J. Abbott and others.