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Frank Lane - 2 recordings

Two audio clips illustrating Frank Lane's style. The first is a hash call recorded live at Hoedown Hall, Mantua, NJ on May 16, 1960. In it, Lane introduces a new call, Wheel and Deal, written "three or four months ago" by his friend, Clarence Watson. This tip is presented in its entirety. The second example, a shorter excerpt, comes from a 1980…

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Dave Taylor - Patter, 1965

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Jack Lasry - Patter, 1970

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Patter, Joe Lewis, 1964

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Ends Turn In - Joe Casey

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My Little Girl - Joe Casey

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Les Gotcher - patter, 1961

Enjoy the fast-paced opener of this one! This clip is also interesting because of the way Gotcher sets up two lines of three facing five.

Makin' Whoopee - Les Gotcher, 1961

Although Gotcher is primarily known for his hash calls, this is a relatively rare example of him doing a singing square. Listeners may also enjoy the same dance as called by Gloria Rios Roth.

Max Forsyth - Bat the Breeze patter, 1966

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Marshall Flippo - patter, 1961

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Bob Fisk - Patter

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Earl Johnston - Patter, 1962

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Dick Jones - Patter, 1970

This hash routine is based on pretty standard (for 1970) Goal Post choreography. The final break uses the call Catch All Eight which was quite common at that time.