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13
Mar
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 11:35 pm

This is from a series of Canadian Victor recordings by George Wade and his Cornhuskers.
The Old time reels, are; Flowers of Edinburgh, Ricketts Hornpipe, Money Musk
The source is RCA Victor,Canada  #216580

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13
Mar
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 11:32 pm

This is from a series of Canadian Victor recordings by George Wade and his Cornhuskers.
This medley of reels consists of;  Clog Dance, Honey Moon, Speed the Plow
The source is RCA Victor,Canada  #216576

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13
Mar
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 11:29 pm

This is from a series of Canadian Victor recordings by George Wade and his Cornhuskers.
This recording features George Wade calling the square
The source is RCA Victor,Canada  #216570

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13
Mar
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 11:27 pm

This is from a series of Canadian Victor recordings by George Wade and his Cornhuskers.
The source is RCA Victor,Canada  #216570

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14
Jan
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 3:38 pm

Have you ever danced to The Unicorn?  Now you can enjoy the story of this mythical creature as a pop tune from 1968 sung by Robert Goulet.
Caller Don Stewart, from the Los Angeles area picks up on the tune and turns it into a Square Dance.
You'll hear both or them next from my Square Dance music room podcast.  I'm sure the music will put a smile on your face.
don ward

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12
Jan
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 12:38 pm

What an exciting year 2013 was for me, with new adventures in the arena of "New Media", Podcasting. Just like the one your listening to.
This is Don Ward inviting you to join me for the next few minutes as I share some personal thoughts with you.

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4
Oct
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 11:35 pm

The (Cowboy) Waltz Quadrille has been a favorite dance with period dancers over the years, however the Lloyd Shaw organ recording has been the most available music.
I have come across an orchestral recording on the  Imperial label from the early 50s with Eva Decker and her orchestra.
Enjoy
Don Ward

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1
Aug
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 10:15 pm

This is a great track, though only 4 times through.....  its a fun whoop and holler  music and dance.

Enjoy...........  Don Ward

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1
Aug
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 10:12 pm

If your as old as I am you'll remember this fun singing call, Alabama Jubilee. If you never danced or called it, now might be a good time to dust it off.

Im posting 2 versions. This is the original Windsor Sundowners Band version and the other post will be a whoop and holler version by the  Firehouse Five plus two Dixieland band. Enjoy..

Don Ward

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15
Jun
Posted in Uncategorized by squaredance at 10:33 pm

This tune gets in your head and you cant let it go.    I found it on the RCA Camden "Music for Country Lovers".                      don ward

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