The link I had for my Cotton Eyed Joe ringtone is outdated. Until I can get a new link, if you'd like to have it, just email me, and I'll send it directly to you. You can hear it by listening to "cotton-eyed-joe' on the music player directly above. The ringtone is the 1st 30 seconds.
Ringtones that come with your phone can get old. If you'd like to know it's your phone that's ringing, and not someone else's - not only will you have choices here, I'll make you your own!
The title is a good description. If you like traditional American folk music and lots of fiddle, this CD is for you. Darcie also plays guitar, mandolin, octave mandolin, and sings harmony. Some songs are solo, with Darcie simply playing the fiddle and singing. Others sound like a full band, with a good example being the song "Wayfaring Stranger." Marvin Dykhuis (Tish Hinojosa) also plays some percussion, and guitar on a couple of cuts.
Released in 1999, this recording is a story of a survivor. Album review here in the Austin Chronicle.
"Her wizardry with melodies and musicianship draws the listener into a whirling journey, that when finished definitely lets you know that you're not in Kansas anymore." - Rich Warren, Sing Out Magazine
"[Darcie] shows a talent for songwriting and storytelling on a par with Rory Block and Mary Chapin Carpenter. Clearly, Deaville is one to watch." - Kerry Dexter, Dirty Linen
"In the fiddlework, in the words, and in the supporting cast of musicians, there is power in this album ..." - Christopher Hess, Austin Chronicle
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