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The Ridgeland Dutchmen And Wisconsin's Concertina Kid - Plays Those Songs That Have Been Forgotten mp3 track

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Performer: The Ridgeland Dutchmen
Title: Plays Those Songs That Have Been Forgotten
Released: 1999
Style: Polka
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.5 ✦
Other format: VQF RA WMA AHX AIFF DXD AU

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Grasshopper Polka 2:25
2 Midnight In Wisconsin Waltz 2:31
3 Ideward's Polka
Written-By – Steve Dorschner
2:21
4 Little Fella Waltz 3:39
5 Bobbie's Polka
Written-By – Sylvester Liebl*
1:56
6 Wishing Well Waltz 1:59
7 Flying Fingers Polka
Written-By – Randy Dorschner
1:59
8 Hinter 'M Huhnerstall Waltz 3:01
9 Muehlbauer Polka 2:45
10 Cottage Under The Mountains Waltz 2:58
11 Hupsa Dyna Polka 2:15
12 Neil's Laendler 2:26
13 Fleeting Memories Waltz 2:18
14 Augie's Polka
Written-By – Verne Meisner
2:18
15 Golden Daisies Waltz
Written-By – Sylvester Liebl*
2:42
16 Pilsen Polka 2:12
17 Circling Pigeons Laendler 3:06
18 Monkey Polka 2:12
19 Cuckoo Waltz 2:14
20 Two Canaries Polka 1:51
21 With This Ring Waltz
Written-By – Lenny Gomulka
2:49
22 Button Accordion Polka
Written-By – Sylvester Liebl*
2:46
23 Soon We'll Be Married Polka
Written-By – A. Srnick*
2:49
24 Green Parrot Polka

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Brian Brueggen's House, Cashton, Wisconsin
  • Manufactured By – Tapes Unlimited

Credits

  • Banjo, Vocals – Robbin Becker
  • Concertina, Accordion [Button Accordion], Vocals, Tuba, Piano, Cover – Gary W. Brueggen*
  • Drums – Dennis Nadherny
  • Engineer – Karl Hartwich
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Brueggen, Gary Brueggen, Robbin Becker
  • Mixed By – Gary Brueggen, Karl Hartwich, Robbin Becker
  • Producer – Gary Brueggen, Willard Brueggen
  • Recorded By – Karl Hartwich
  • Tuba, Management – Willard Brueggen

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