View Full Version : "Angeline the Baker" on Nightline

Oct-04-2010, 1:42am
A few nights ago (September 24, 2010) on "Nightline" was a segment on chef Sean Brock and Southern food.

In the background, they used old-timey music and I especially liked the fiddle version of "Angeline the Baker" playing when he's discussing how "there's fightin' drunk, piss drunk and pukin' drunk"!
(3:18 on this video (http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/charleston/brock-on-tv-tonight/Content?oid=2333325))

Does anyone here recognize this version? Can you identify the artist or recording?


Oct-04-2010, 11:20pm
Wow some good music used in that video. I can't answer your question, but what great mandolin at 2:22. I think its Clyde Curley because it kind of sounds like him, but I could be wrong.

re simmers
Oct-05-2010, 7:26am
I am more interestd in that slice of country ham!


Oct-05-2010, 8:54am
And country ham and bourbon, sounds like a match made in heaven.

Jul-28-2017, 8:08pm
In the original post (several years ago) I provided a link which now seems dead but, Hey!, it's still available here (http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/Recipes/video/nightline-platelist-sean-brock-11724265) at abcnews.go.com (http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/Recipes/video/nightline-platelist-sean-brock-11724265)