Shake That Little Foot

Shake That Little Foot

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Released May 30, 1993
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The songs in this album are licensed under: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 Please check individual tracks for their respective licensing info.
Album info

This mostly instrumental album was recorded in Liverpool, England in 1993 by a group who had yet to adopt a name. Eventually, they became Shake That Little Foot. After getting their original tracks from the recording engineer, Mike Cooper, they released this album online.The band notes that "Sally Ann" is a composite arrangement of three different traditional versions of this tune: a frailing banjo tune (the intro), a fiddle tune (the instrumental break), and a song. Guitarist Chris Erswell also notes:"Don't miss the comic 'Flopped-Eared Mule'. There is also a rollicking rendition of 'Bill Cheathum' which will be sure to get your feet a-dancing. Oh, and there is a banjo version of 'Scotland the Brave' to a back beat like you've never heared it before."
Painting on the cover is "The Dancing Couple" (1663) by Jan Steen housed in the National Gallery of Art (US)


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Scottiedawg_2 Feb 11, 2018

I am trying to obtain a license to use a couple of your songs on a documentary project that I am building. How do I obtain a license so that I may use the songs correctly and with proper attribution and legal stuff? Please advise. The song titles are Bonaparte Crossing the Rhine and Flop Eared Mule Regards Scott Englund

Judomark Apr 13, 2015

Hi Great tunes! I am looking for a short piece of music I can use on a video of children at our judo club playing some frantic team games. The club is a registered charity but I will happily donate if someone can explain how I download this album? I hit the download button but nothing seems to happen. Am I missing something? Thanks, Mark

Nuala Mar 20, 2014

Great album! Congrats and thanks for sharing it. I am making a book trailer for my new novel (set in Scotland). It will be up on YouTube. Could I use your 'Scotland the Brave' as the background track? (My publisher doesn't do this end of the promo, so I do it myself.) I'm not sure if your licensing agreement covers this. Warmest, Nuala N? Chonch?ir

werner-l Jul 21, 2009

I listened to this music while lying in the meadow stocking up some sunshine. Thank you for the relaxing songs!

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