Al Cherny ‎– Fiddle Country -1975- Fiddling, Folk, Maritime (vinyl)



Al Cherny ‎– Fiddle Country -1975- Fiddling,, Folk, Maritime (vinyl)

Alexander Peter Chernywech (November 1, 1932[1] – August 25, 1989) recording as Al Cherny, was a Canadian fiddler. He studied with Frank Nowak and played country music on CHAT-FM.

Cherney won the Canadian Old Time Fiddlers' Contest in Ontario, under the novelty class from 1959 to 1961 and the open class in both 1960 and 1961.

In the early 1970s, he was a leading studio musician, recording with musician like Gary Buck, Dick Damron, Tommy Hunterand Sylvia Tyson. He released more than ten studio albums and received an RPM Big Country Award for Top Country Instrumentalist in 1978.

From 1964, until his passing in 1989, Cherny was a regular, featured musician on the CBC's The Tommy Hunter Show. Cherny met Tommy Hunter when he worked at CKNX in Wingham, Ontario.

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Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 9 slight edge wear
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side 1 -10 
side 2 - 10 

bin # *184

Tee Vee Records Inc. ‎– TA-1019, RCA Special Products ‎– TA-1019
Vinyl, LP, Compilation


A1 Fiddlesticks Hoedown 2:07
A2 Alabama Jubilee/Arkansas Traveller/Devil's Dream (Medley) 2:53
A3 Blackfoot Jam 1:52
A4 Poor Girl Waltz 2:39
A5 Rubber Dolly 2:05
A6 Caribou Reel 1:43
A7 Bonnie Belle Schottische 2:16
A8 Maple Sugar 2:08
A9 Maiden's Prayer/Faded Love/San Antonio Rose (Medley) 2:45
B1 Orange Blossom Special 2:45
B2 Golden Slippers 2:00
B3 Tennessee Waltz/Anniversary Waltz/Blue Skirt Waltz (Medley) 2:30
B4 Back 40 Rip-Off 1:40
B5 Smash The Window 2:02
B6 Boil Them Cabbage Down 2:00
B7 Old Joe Clark/Up Jumped The Devil (Medley) 1:58
B8 Black Mountain Rag 2:28
B9 Spanish Two-Step 1:40
B10 Adios Polka 2:25

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