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|To the Ground|
|Studio album by Kerfuffle|
|Released||7 July 2008|
|Recorded||December 2007 – January 2008|
|Producer||Kerfuffle, Andrew Bell|
To the Ground is the fourth album by folk band Kerfuffle.
Kerfuffle were a four-piece English folk band, originally formed in 2001 around the East Midlands and South Yorkshire regions of the UK, initially comprising Hannah James, Sam Sweeney, Chris Thornton-Smith (guitar) and Tom Sweeney. Thornton-Smith was replaced by Jamie Roberts in 2007. Kerfuffle disbanded in August 2010.
|2.||"Dr Letcher's Favourite"||5:05|
|3.||"Down By The Greenwood Side"||5:05|
|7.||"Betty Corrigall's Lament"||5:13|
|12.||"The Rogue's March"||2:41|
Sam Sweeney is a multi-instrumental English folk musician.
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The ukulele is a member of the guitar family of instruments. It generally employs four nylon or gut strings or four courses of strings. Some strings may be paired in courses, giving the instrument a total of six or eight strings.
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