Eighth of January (Battle of New Orleans) Traditional (see note) (Arr. Pete Showman (& Fiddlers Fakebook)) = 75−80, D Major A D G A7 D D G A7 D B D A7 D D A7 D A7 D Fine 1 2 * The tune was probably adapted from an earlier tune to commemorate the Battle of New Orleans (during the War of ), which was won by Andrew Jackson on January 8,
8th of January -- Lyrics. In we took a little trip Along with Colonel Jackson down the mighty Mississip. We took a little bacon and we took a little beans And we caught the bloody British in the town of New Orleans. -OR- We looked down the river and we see'd the British come. And there must have been a hundred of'em beatin' on the drum.
· Jan 8, It’s one of bluegrass and old-time’s favorite days of the year! The “Eighth of January” can be heard from every jam, every folk club, every radio tuned to the bluegrass airwaves — well, it ought to be like that. To do our part, we’ve collected eight great versions of “Eighth of January,” that is, “The Eighth of.
· The fiddle tune is called "The 8th of January" because it was on January 8, that The Battle of New Orleans. This was to be the final battle in the War of To begin, on Decem, a British fleet had anchored in the Gulf of Mexico and was intent on seizing the city of New Orleans and the western territories.
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