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Andy De Jarlis - Fiddling Fantasies album

Andy De Jarlis - Fiddling Fantasies album
Performer: Andy De Jarlis
Title: Fiddling Fantasies
Released: 1971
Country: Canada
Genre: Country - World
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 218
MP3 size: 1661 mb
FLAC size: 1470 mb


A1 Fairyland Jig
A2 Maple Sugar
A3 Teenagers Waltz
A4 Pretty Cindy
A5 Pony Express
B1 Thunder Bay Jig
B2 Four Jacks
B3 Blue Jeans & Gingham
B4 Boggy Creek
B5 Red River Gumbo


jacket variant: the cover image is reversed and there is a typo on the back in which the B5 track listing is rendered as "Boogy Creek" rather than "Boggy Creek"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EBX 4167 Andy De Jarlis Fiddling Fantasies ‎(LP, Album) London Records EBX 4167 Canada 1971

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Andy De Jarlis plays some jigs, reels and breakdowns with his band in a photo taken from the book on his life. The Metis fiddling legend composed many songs with Manitoba references. De Jarlis performed in Winnipeg dance halls and recorded on the London and Quality labels. De Jarlis was born in 1914 in Woodridge, southeast of Steinbach, the youngest of 14 children. He had one dream, and that was to be a fiddler like his father, Pierre

Andy De Jarlis - Fiddling Fantasies MP3 version. Fiddling Fantasies ‎(LP, Album). Andy De Jarlis - Fiddling Fantasies DOWNLOAD MP3.

Fantasies is the fourth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Metric. It was released on April 7, 2009. In the US. it debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers, and peaked at No. 76 on the Billboard 200. As of October 2009 it has sold 76,000 copies in United States according to Nielsen SoundScan. In Canada it debuted at No. 13 on the Canadian Albums Chart and peaked at No. 6. In Australia, the album debuted at No. 48.

De Jarlis was born Joseph Patrice Ephreme Desjarlais on 29 September, 1914, in Woodridge, Manitoba to father Pierre. He came from a family of Métis fiddlers and began playing at age 15. Pierre Falcon, often called the "Red River Bard", was one of his ancestors. He played on Winnipeg radio accompanied by the musical group the Red River Mates.

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Andy DeJarlis Andy DeJarlis is now recognised as the first major Mtis fiddling recording artist, his career extending from the 1930s into the 1970s. He died in 1975 having only reached the age of 60, but during his lifetime he recorded close to forty LPs, composed hundreds of fiddle tunes, and in 1970 received a Gold Record from London Records for sales exceeding 500,000 albums. II,, London Records of Canada, EB 5, circa early1960s) E minor (Andy De Jarlis Canadian Fiddle Tunes from the Red River Valley 1958, Toronto, Ont.

Métis fiddling was analyzed by ethno-musicologist Lynn Whidden in the film; she documented that the meter can vary from measure to measure and is very percussive. Players use their feet and choke up on the bow to enable a very sharp "bite". Some players (such as Sierra Noble) play fiddle in a modernized (or blended) Métis style, which incorporates Celtic or country-pop influences. In 1992, Nicholas Vrooman produced "Plains Chippewa/Metis Music from Turtle Mountain. for Smithsonian Folklore Recordings. This album features Metis Master fiddlers Jimmie LaRocque and Mike Page. In 1997, Smithsonian Folklore Recordings released "Wood That Sings: Indian Fiddle Music of the Americas  .

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