Tommy Hunter's Carolina String Band - Orange Blossom Special, Vinyl LP Record Album - Prestige International INT-13026

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Tommy Hunter's Carolina String Band (Orange Blossom Special) Vinyl LP Record Album Prestige International INT-13026

  • Released: Circa 1960s
  • Genre: Folk, World, & Country
  • Style: Folk


A1 Sally Gooden
A2 Down In A Willow Garden
A3 Gray Eagle
A4 Orange Blossom Special
A5 Bury Me Beneath A Willow
A6 Old Joe Clark

B1 Bill Cheatum
B2 Put My Little Shoes Away
B3 Soldiers Joy
B4 Rabbit In The Log
B5 Black Berry Blossom
B6 Maggie
B7 Fire On A Mountain

Tommy Hunter (18 September 1919 – 20 August 1993) was an American fiddler from Mars Hill, North Carolina.

Hunter started playing the fiddle when he was seven years old. He was brother to violinist, Nan Fisher.

At age twelve he played with his father's band on a radio station in Asheville, North Carolina. Hunter was a 1989 North Carolina Folk Heritage recipient.

He recorded several albums; the final one was recorded in 1993 with The Carroll Best Band. Hunter was no longer able to play due to illness, but a selection of his previous recordings was mixed with the band in the studio.

Hunter died on August 20, 1993, two days after previewing the album's final mix.

John McCutcheon lists Hunter as a source for several tunes he has recorded. McCutcheon recorded Hunter's tune "Laurel Branch" on his album Barefoot Boy With Boots On. McCutcheon also cites Hunter as a source for several tunes on The Wind That Shakes The Barley.

-Source: Wikipedia