Pickin' Up Tennessee CD/DVD set ..... NOW THRU DECEMBER 19, GET TWO SETS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!

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Pickin' Up Tennessee CD/DVD set ..... NOW THRU DECEMBER 19, GET TWO SETS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!

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Now, you and everyone on your gift list can experience the entire Pickin' Up Tennessee adventure with the PUTN commemorative CD/DVD set.

This three-disc package (two CDs and an extended-play DVD) includes nearly two hours of music from the tour (see song list below), plus four hours of video (the daily video journals, the complete music performances, pre-tour videos and a tour-in-review). Also included are 12 pages of liner notes, an illustrated map of the tour and lots of photos. The set is sustainably packaged in an 8-panel Eco-Wallet made of recycled paper, shrink-wrapped for easy gift-giving. The minimum donation is just $20 (includes shipping) and now through Dec. 19, you'll get TWO sets for the price of one. And don't forget: Your donation will also support the musicians, arts organizations, museums and community groups who made Pickin' Up Tennessee possible.

To order online: 
Please select the number of sets you'd like, confirm the quantity in the Shopping Cart, and then proceed to our secure Checkout page. We can accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. IF YOU ORDER BY DECEMBER 19, please enter "1" as the quantity and we will send you a second set for free (unless you request otherwise via the "Additional Info" step of the Checkout process). 

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Scenic Tennessee is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, and your donation is tax-deductible. 

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Please use the "Additional Info" step of the Checkout process to indicate if any part of your order is a gift to be sent to a different address. Be sure to include the name(s) and address(es) of your gift recipient(s), as well as any gift message(s) you'd like to include. We will hand-write your message on an appropriate card.

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Delivery via US Postal Service is free. Most orders are shipped within 24 hours, via first-class or Priority Mail (the method depends on weight). Delivery within Tennessee usually takes 1-3 days for first class, 1-2 days for Priority Mail.

***Christmas delivery.*** We will do our best to ensure that all orders placed by Dec. 19 arrive by Dec. 24.

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Contact or questions
Marge Davis
President, Scenic Tennessee
(615) 294-2651
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CD 1

Track 1   Stay Your Hand (If You Love the Land)    2:33
Written by W. T. Davidson   © W. T. Davidson
Performed by W. T. Davidson (acoustic guitar, vocals), Kathy Hussey (background vocals)
Recording engineer Mike Loudermilk
Recorded May 31, 2013, at Loudermilk Studios, Nashville

Track 2   The Alice Waltz    2:30
Written by Geoff Roehm   © Geoff Roehm
Performed by D. W. Bledsoe (banjo), Mark Ledbetter (guitar), Geoff Roehm (guitar), Tom Knowles (guitar), David Watson (guitar), Reeda Best (bass)
Videotaped June 1, 2013, at Tims Ford State Park, near Winchester, Franklin County

Track 3   Angelina Baker    2:46
Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by David Spicer (guitar, vocals), Wade Dawson (banjo), Bill Baldock (bass), Gretchen Priest-May (fiddle), Tim May (Dobro), David Martin (mandolin), Tom “Tree” Reynolds (guitar, vocals)
Videotaped June 3, 2013, at Fiddle & Pick, The Musical Heritage Center of Middle Tennessee

Track 4   Dollface    2:40
Written by Meghan D’Amico   © Meghan D’Amico
Performed by Churchyard: Alice Buchanan (guitar, violin, vocals), Rebecca Cholewa (drums), Rachel Warrick (bass), Meghan D’Amico (guitar, vocals)
Videotaped June 2, 2013, at Fond Object Records, Nashville

Track 5   Love the Land,  Lose the Litter   1:20
Written by Chuck McCarthy, Todd Elgin, Shawn Byrne   © Chuck McCarthy, Todd Elgin, Shawn Byrne
Performed by Chuck McCarthy (guitar, vocals), Rick Diamond (bass), Todd Elgin (ukulele, vocals), Shawn Byrne (banjo, vocals)
Studio recorded May 11, 2013; live performance videotaped June 4, 2013, at The Farm Community,
Summertown, Lewis County

Track 6   Sally Goodin    1:59
Trad.
Performed by Marcia Denton (guitar), Maddie Denton (fiddle), Greg Denton (guitar)
Videotaped June 5, 2013, at Henry Horton State Park, Marshall County

Track 7   Civil War Medley      1:53
(Soldier’s Joy,  Angeline the Baker,  Over the Waterfall)   
Trad.
Performed by Marcia Denton (fiddle), Maddie Denton (banjo), Greg Denton (guitar)
Videotaped June 5, 2013, at Henry Horton State Park, Marshall County

Track 8   Hallelujah,  We Shall Arise    2:58
Written by Daniel Ray Holt and Martha Lynn Holt   © Flying High Music
Performed by The Holt Family: Daniel Ray Holt (banjo), Melody Holt (bass), Martha Lynn Holt (fiddle), Danny Ray Holt (guitar)
Videotaped June 8, 2013, at the Cherry Mansion, Savannah, Hardin County

Track 9   Worship and Adore    9:12
Written by Dr. Allen F. Todd, II    © Dr. Allen F. Todd, II
Performed by the New Olivet Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir, with Dr. Allen F. Todd, II (director) and Tiffany Shelton (soloist)
Videotaped June 9, 2013, at New Olivet Baptist Church, Memphis

Track 10   This Is the Day    9:58
Written and arranged by Dr. Allen F. Todd, II   © Dr. Allen F. Todd, II
Performed by the New Olivet Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir, with Dr. Allen F. Todd, II (director, soloist) and Tiffany Shelton (soloist)
Videotaped June 9, 2013, at New Olivet Baptist Church, Memphis

Track 11   Lorena    2:13
Trad.
Performed by the Front Porch Pickers: Marvin Dunlap (guitar), Laymon Jacobs (fiddle), Charles
Perryman (harmonica), Jackie D. Cole (bass), Truman Dishman (mandolin), Allen Dishman
(Dobro), Jimmy Hopper (guitar), Joe Bone (harmonica)
Videotaped June 10, 2013, at the David Crockett Cabin and Museum, Rutherford, Gibson County

Track 12   Cindy    1:46
Trad.
Performed by the Front Porch Pickers: Marvin Dunlap (guitar), Laymon Jacobs (fiddle), Charles Perryman (harmonica), Jackie D. Cole (bass), Truman Dishman (mandolin), Allen Dishman
(Dobro), Jimmy Hopper (guitar), Joe Bone (harmonica)
Videotaped June 10, 2013, at David Crockett Cabin and Museum, Rutherford, Gibson County

Track 13   The Sunflower Dance    1:27
Written by Herman Rowland
Performed by Dan Knowles (banjo) 
Videotaped June 11, 2013, at the Robert E. Lee Academy for the Arts, Paris, Henry County

Track 14   The Spanish Fandango    1:01
Written by Henry Worrall
Performed by Dan Knowles (banjo)
Videotaped June 11, 2013, at the Robert E. Lee Academy for the Arts, Paris, Henry County

Track 15   September on the Mississippi     3:11
Written by Larry Conger   © Larry Conger
Performed by Larry Conger (mountain dulcimer) and Elaine Conger (mountain dulcimer)
Studio recorded May 10, 2013, by Larry and Elaine Conger; live performance videotaped June 11, 2013, at Eiffel Tower Park, Paris, Henry County

Track 16   A Dollar a Car    3:11
Written by James W.  “Junior” Dodson, Jr.    © James W. Dodson, Jr.
Performed by James W. Dodson, Jr. (guitar, vocals), Grace Neely (vocals), Laura Neely (vocals), Roger Neely (guitar, vocals)
Videotaped June 15, 2013, at Liberty Hill School, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Van Buren County

Track 17   Memories and Medals on the Wall    2:12
Written by Roger Neely   © Roger Neely
Performed by James W. Dodson, Jr. (guitar, vocals), Grace Neely (vocals), Laura Neely (vocals), Roger Neely (guitar, vocals)
Videotaped June 15, 2013, at Liberty Hill School, Fall Creek Falls State Park, Van Buren County

Track 18   Old Joe Clark    2:13
Trad.
Performed by The Main Stage Players: Jake Ramsey (guitar), Gail Johnson (fiddle), Darrah Ramsey (fiddle), Cheryl Chunn (mandolin), Robert Wheeler (guitar), Derek Johnson (mandolin), Larry Chunn (guitar); dancers: Amelia Baker, Brayden Chunn, Treble Chunn, Ally Johnson, Lexi
Johnson, IsaBella McCoy, Corynne Meadows, Paige Nevil, Gracie Parrish
Videotaped June 16, 2013, at Cumberland Mountain State Park, Crossville, Cumberland County

CD 2

Track 1   Pickin’  Up Cans    2:34
Written by Deb Anderson  © Deb Anderson
Performed by Deb Anderson (vocals) and Leonard Anderson (guitar)
Videotaped June 17, 2013, at Leonard and Libby Anderson’s home, Jamestown, Fentress County

Track 2   Hard Times    4:10
Written by Leonard Anderson  © Leonard Anderson
Performed by Stacey Choate (jingle cajon) and Leonard Anderson (guitar, harmonica, vocals)
Videotaped June 17, 2013, at Leonard and Libby Anderson’s home, Jamestown, Fentress County

Track 3   Fishers of Men    2:54
Written by Becky Buller  © Goodnight Sparky Music, BMI
Performed by the Highlander Bluegrass Band: Jamie Bowling (mandolin), Rebekah Sexton (fiddle, vocals), Kailey Pemberton (vocals), Alex Kazee (vocals), Johnathan Adkins (guitar), Anna Sexton (vocals), Andrew Norman (bass guitar, vocals)
Videotaped June 18, 2013, at the Museum of Scott County, Huntsville

Track 4   Just A Closer Walk With Thee    5:45
Trad.
Performed by the Booker T. Scruggs Ensemble: Rupert Patton (guitar), William Price (bass), Greg Malone (drums), Booker T. Scruggs, II (clarinet), Nancy Westmoreland (keyboard)
Videotaped June 19, 2013, on the Tennessee Aquarium Plaza, Chattanooga

Track 5   America the Beautiful    2:25
Lyrics by Katharine Lee Bates, music by Samuel Augustus Ward
Performed by Smokyland Sound: David DeLaney, Ron DuBois, Lee Franks, Jim Gentry, Garvin L. Greene, Gerald Klima, Steven L. Klima, John Oxendine, John Shelton, Harry Thomas, Kent Peebles
Videotaped June 22, 2013, at Ijams Nature Center, Knoxville

Track 6   This Is My Country    1:26
Lyrics by Don Raye, music by Al Jacobs
Performed by Smokyland Sound: David DeLaney, Ron DuBois, Lee Franks, Jim Gentry, Garvin L. Greene, Gerald Klima, Steven L. Klima, John Oxendine, John Shelton, Harry Thomas, Kent Peebles
Videotaped June 22, 2013, at Ijams Nature Center, Knoxville    

Track 7   Welcome Here Again    0:55
Trad.
Performed by the Watauga Valley Fife and Drum Corps: John Large, Jr., (director), Nathan Lokey (bass drum), Jacob Lynch (snare drum), Ty Lokey (fife), Larry L. Lokey (fife), Lacey Boyle (fife)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at Fort Watauga, Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, Elizabethton, Carter County

Track 8   Yankee Doodle    0:51
Trad.
Performed by the Watauga Valley Fife and Drum Corps: Director John Large, Jr., Nathan Lokey (bass drum), Jacob Lynch (snare drum), Ty Lokey (fife), Larry L. Lokey (fife), Lacey Boyle (fife)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at Fort Watauga, Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, Elizabethton, Carter County

Track 9   Old Saybrook    1:17
Trad.
Performed by the Watauga Valley Fife and Drum Corps: Director John Large, Jr., Nathan Lokey (bass drum), Jacob Lynch (snare drum), Ty Lokey (fife), Larry L. Lokey (fife), Lacey Boyle (fife)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at Fort Watauga, Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, Elizabethton, Carter County

Track 10   Little Black Train    3:46
Trad.   
Performed by Sheriff Chris Mathes and the All-Star Jailbird Band: Justin Hamm (mandolin), Jackie Mathes (bass guitar), John Hamm (banjo), Chris Mathes (guitar)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at Covered Bridge Park, Elizabethton, Carter County

Track 11   Will the Circle Be Unbroken    2:14
Trad.   
Performed by Sheriff Chris Mathes and the All-Star Jailbird Band: Justin Hamm (mandolin), Jackie Mathes (bass guitar), John Hamm (banjo), Chris Mathes (guitar)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at Covered Bridge Park, Elizabethton, Carter County

Track 12   She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain    3:16
Trad.
Performed by T.V. Barnett and His Roan Mountain Moonshiners: Rhodyjane Meadows (guitar,
vocals), Sam Jones (bass), T. V. Barnett (fiddle), Michael Jones (banjo, vocals)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at the Miller Homestead, Roan Mountain State Park, Carter County

Track 13   Get Along Home,  Cindy,  Cindy  3:46
Trad.
Performed by T.V. Barnett and His Roan Mountain Moonshiners: Rhodyjane Meadows (guitar,
vocals), Sam Jones (bass), T. V. Barnett (fiddle), Michael Jones (banjo, vocals)
Videotaped June 23, 2013, at the Miller Homestead, Roan Mountain State Park, Carter County

Track 14   In the Garden     2:58
Trad.
Performed by Spirit of Smoky: Tina Kilgore, Danese Ball, Teresa Buckner, Susan Burgin
Videotaped June 24, 2013, in the Serenity Garden, Newport, Cocke County

Track 15   Atonal Medley     2:26
(I’m Gonna Learn You How to Rock Andy; Hog Went Through the Fence, Yoke and All); Trad.
Performed by Mark Durand (fiddle) and Ron Elrod (banjo)
Videotaped June 25, 2013, at the home of Mark Durand and Beverly Green, Blount County

Track 16   Tennessee Twister     3:14
Written by Lisa Jacobi   © Lisa Jacobi
Performed by Playing on the Planet: Lisa Jacobi (guitar), Dennis Mixon (bass), Jarrod Payne (banjo), Seu Jacobi (hoops)
Videotaped June 26, 2013, at the Ocoee Whitewater Center, Cherokee National Forest, Polk County

Track 17   Native American Flute Improvisation 1     2:11
Composed and performed by Matthew “Matt” Tooni   © Matthew “Matt” Tooni
Videotaped June 26, 2013, at the Ocoee Whitewater Center, Cherokee National Forest, Polk County

Track 18   Native American Flute Improvisation 2     2:14
Composed and performed by Matthew “Matt” Tooni   © Matthew “Matt” Tooni
Videotaped June 26, 2013, at the Ocoee Whitewater Center, Cherokee National Forest, Polk County

Track 19   Stay Your Hand (If You Love the Land)  (reprise)   1:42

Track 20   Love the Land,  Lose the Litter (reprise)   0:48