Bile Them Cabbage Down Banjo Tab & Jam Track
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Here’s what you’ll get in your download:
Premium Tablature for your instrument
Chord Chart for your song
1 MP3 with all the instruments Guitar, Mandolin, Bass and Banjo
1 MP3 with all the instruments EXCEPT yours.
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Learn to play along and practice with an entire Bluegrass Band with this Premium TAB from Layne Publications. Each TAB was written by Jordan Layne Bourland and is designed to help the beginner and intermediate student get up to pace and playing with a full band as quickly as possible. Each song also comes with two MP3s as well as the TAB and an accompanying chord chart. These MP3s are recorded slightly slower than you might hear the song at a Bluegrass Festival. The reason for this is to help you learn, not leave you in the dust! The first MP3 will have the entire Bluegrass Band Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar and Bass playing through the song exactly as you see it on your TAB. The second MP3 will be the exact same recording but without your particular instrument. This gives you a chance to jump in there without the help of the recording and practice along exactly as you would with a live band. Download this Premium Bluegrass Tab and start Jamming today!
According to Wikipedia:
“Boil Them Cabbage Down” (or variants substituting dialectal “Bile” for “Boil,” dialectal “Dem,” “‘Em” or “That” for “Them,” and/or, less frequently, standard “Cabbages” for “Cabbage”) is an American folk song. The word “hoecakes” refers to small cornmeal cakes that were fried in the fire on the blade of a hoe. A breakfast of hoecakes and cabbage soup testifies to the humble origins of this song.
Notable versions of the song have been played by such artists as Pete Seeger, Ruby Jane Smith and the Smothers Brothers.