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Remember Me? Results 1 to 13 of Thread: Home with the girls in the morning. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. For some reason this tune has been on my mind lately. You can't beat that! Anyone heard any other recordings of this tune? Hey Jeff, I'm sure there are other versions out there, but a lot of us here in Utah you've heard of the place?
Leonard Coulson, better known as one of the Grumpy Brothers at Intermountain Guitar and Banjo, sang it this way: When I was a younger man, Come and hear my story Sang and danced the whole night long Came home with the girls in the morning Come on Grandmpa, sing your song Come and tell your story Tell us how you danced all night Came home with the girls in the morning Had a dream the other night Thought I was in glory Sang and danced the whole night long Came home with the girls in the morning Come on Grandpa, sing your song etc.
I can't remember if the tune is in Am or Dm, but they would would hit the major chord at "story" in the chorus, then right back to minor at "tell us. Great tune. Originally Posted by. I'm sure there are other versions out there, but a lot of us here in Utah you've heard of the place? I was trying so hard to remember this tune last sunday at my weekly session!
Thanks for reminding me about it, it's been years since I've played it, and I never remember to look it up until I'm at the session. The "go home with the girls in the morning" is used in the chorus of the old minstrel tune Boatman Dance. Is the Utah tune related? Dance, boatman, dance -- dance, boatman, dance, Dance all night 'til the broad daylight, and go home with the girls in the morning!
Hey, ho, the boatmen row, sailing down the river of the Ohio, Hey, ho, the boatmen row, sailing down the river of the Ohio. I have always played this tune in Dm. I love the Deseret String Band's rendition of it. Anyone know if they are still actively performing? It has been a few years since I saw an article in the Salt Lake Tribune about them, but I have been unable to find any current information on them as far as performances, etc. Allen, I don't know if it's the same tune you're thinking of, but I play a three part tune in A called Boatman.
I've never heard the specific lyrics you quote, but the "Hey ho I've sung lyrics to the second and third parts that go like this: Boatman dance, boatman sing, boatman do most anything repeat Dance boatman dance, sing boatman sing, dance boatman dance Go home with the girl with the hole in her pants Although "Boatman" is major and "Home with the Girls" is minor, the A part of both tunes have a very similar structure, so they may be distant cousins.
I don't hear that much similarity in the other parts. Charlie, After playing it over the weekend, I agree Dm is the right key, at least if you want to sing it. I haven't Zu Deinem Dritten Geburtstag - Reinhard Mey - Hergestellt In Berlin of the Crucify (The Scum) - Genocide (13) - Apocalyptic Visions String Band actually getting together for a performance in many years, though I suspect they would for the right event and price.
Lately, Hal Cannon has been involved in a really interesting project called "Red Rock Rondo," which is a song cycle by Philip Bimstein about the history and geography of Southern Utah.
Very cool stuff with guitars, bass, violin, oboe, English horn, and Hal on mando, mandocello, accordion and vocals. Hal has also occasionally performed in the Yoji - Khiflee - Mixtape Collection Vol 5 Hand Band with Tom Carter from the Deseret Danced All Night - Filthy Still - Live!
At Pickin In The Pasture Band on fiddle and another guy can't remember his name providing vocals and very simple percussion. Cool band, but like most of us around here who don't play bluegrass, they don't play out nearly often enough. Tom is a professor of folklore with expertise in folk architecture. Ron Kane recently retired from the ski patrol, and he used to spend his winters here and play with a dance band called the Wasatch Rascals.
Now that he's retired, I don't Danced All Night - Filthy Still - Live! At Pickin In The Pasture whether we'll see as much of him around here, but he's a fixture at Weiser and Port Townsend, and is so passionate about fiddle tunes that I'm sure he'll always be playing somewhere.
I believe he still punches cattle and fiddles in the evenings for the guests at a working dude ranch, and I believe he still performs with and is married to Meghan Merker. Mark Jardine still fiddles as well, and can be heard occasionally in Tenpenny, Yankee Clipper, the Beehive Band, Idlewild, and other contexts.
He even told me he's been playing in a rock band, though I haven't heard it. Skip Gorman is a professional mandolinist, fiddler, bandleader and instructor who needs no introduction on mandolincafe. Leo Coulson still makes banjos and is one of the most notable dealers of vintage instruments in the U.
Rich McClure passed away several years ago. Have I left anyone out? Even though they're not active, the Deseret String Band still has recordings in print, and they're well worth Danced All Night - Filthy Still - Live! At Pickin In The Pasture down.
Apparently a Dan Emmett tune. Allen, Yep, that's the tune. The Losing End (When Youre On) - Neil Young With Crazy Horse* - Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere first part lingers on the high A and then runs down to finish the phrase an octave lower.
That phrase is very similar to the first part, last four measures, of "Home with the Girls. On second thought, I can hear a bit of similarity in the B parts as well. Maybe it's not just a coincidence that they share some lyrics. Tom - thanks for the update on everyone. The Beehive Band was scheduled to play at the Millenium Stage at the Kennedy Center a couple of weeks ago, but the day of the performance I rechecked the schedule and they were replaced by some other group.
I don't know what happened. I was disappointed as I was really looking forward to hear them. I have what I think is their only recording, a double CD the title slips my mind.
Their video is fun to watch and I wish there were more recordings of them. It is good to hear that they are still active, although in different musical pursuits. I certainly had heard the Deseret String Band version, but also knew some other bands that played it. My favorite part is when it goes to a sudden Danced All Night - Filthy Still - Live! At Pickin In The Pasture major chord C in the melodywhich is a stark I Cant Stop - Various - House For Sale Vol.
1 to the A minors before and after. If you google "home with the girls in the morning", you find a link to this transcription: linkwhich is in Dm. There is also Danced All Night - Filthy Still - Live! At Pickin In The Pasture couple entries and some info on the www.
The one cool thing about the version I mentioned in the opening post, by fiddler David Coe and bouzouki-ist mando content! The Deseret String Band was great, and their recordings deserve a wider audience. Several have been reissued and are available at CD Baby here.
Reach 2 The Top (Edit) - Various - Techno Progressive Chapman played a different setting, too. You can compare and download several different settings on iTunes. Verses with that phrase seem to be common to many songs, tunes, and play-party games. Just one guy's opinion www. Similar Threads Any valley girls or boys? Replies: 1 Last: Apr, pm. Replies: 6 Last: Sep, am.
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