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Howard Bursen - Cider in the Kitchen

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Howard Bursen - Cider in the Kitchen

Cider in the Kitchen

I wish to confess that much of my music is simply a slavish imitation of my idols. There are at least 350 of them, and I try to sound like all of them at the same time. That, I'm afraid, is the true origin of my "style." So, I'd better thank all of these hundreds of musicians, some of whom will be surprised at finding their music on this record. Some of them, I'm glad to say, are friends.

One of the best things about recording this album was getting to know the entire Folk-Legacy clan. I hope they won't be embar¬rassed if I say that I think of them almost as family. And I hope they won't be apprehensive if I say that I think of their place almost as a home — a home for wayward musicians.

Thanks to Jo Lynn Dougherty for the able guitar accompaniments.

Thanks to John Roberts for concertina above and beyond the call, and also for the music I have stolen from him over the years.

Howie Bursen February, 1980


Side 1, Band 1.

I got this tune at an out-of-control dance in Marlboro, Vermont. The version played here is done as a reel, and is from New England. At one point, it must have been played as a hornpipe. Where it came from originally, I don't know.


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