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|Description||Chubby Wise & The Bass Mountain Boys|
Cherokee Bluegrass Festival
Happy Holiday Campground
Cherokee, North Carolina
August 27, 1994
Source: Master Soundboard DAT Denon DTR-80P Recorded by Alf Houck
Transfer: Panasonic SV-3700 > M-Audio Audiophile 2496 to 48 khz Wavelab 5.0
mastering with iZotope Ozone 3 > dithered to 44.1 khz > CDWAV1.9 > FLAC (level 8)
Transfers, Mastering by Bill Koucky November 2007
Early Set Partial:
1. Maple Sugar
2. Where No One Stands Alone
3. Old Time Train Medley
5. The Maiden’s Prayer
1. Sweetheart Of Mine
2. Traveling Down This Lonesome Road
3. Way Down Yonder
4. Please Come Home
5. Shuckin’ The Corn
6. How Great Thou Art
7. Where No One Stands Alone
8. Orange Blossom Special
Chubby played w/ Monroe when F+S did, and at the moment "BG" was born, period. Chubby is also the man who "wrote" (not really, he may have co-wrote at best, but started playing 1st) that ultra-famous Orange Blossom Special fiddle tune of tunes. In his later yrs. when I saw him a few times he was Jolly w/ a capital J and a great big fat 'lil Santa-like fellow. Wonderful. Within the Bass Mtn. line-up is Jim Mills, the long-time banjo player w/ Ricky Skaggs, before him it was the banjo player who's always been w/ 3rd Tyme Out, Steve Dilling. The fella who does most of the talking w/ the Bass Mtn. Boys is Johnny Ridge. Later after the band stopped touring he played some w/ Pete Corum.
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|In early 1994 I was at an indoor bluegrass festival. A kid came up to me and asked me if I could show him a few things on playing mandolin. I did - and after a few minutes I noticed that this old guy had come over and sat next to us closely watching me teach the kid. When I looked up I realized it was Chubby Wise. He gave me the warmest smile and was so into watching the kid learning to play music. Something I'll always remember in bluegrass...
|Chubby was the greatest, so very friendly and most jolly
Thanks for bustin' out these gems!
|This show is so great!! Thank you!
|dude, you're all in my backyard on this one! bass mountain is right out my back door. i know a couple of these guys from bass mtn music festivals. pete corum used to play in the bar of the restaurant i worked at!
thanks a bunch!
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