From the recording Apple & Setser
1. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (3:30) (James A. Bland, 1880, Public Domain) Uptempo-folk/bluegrass/old-time. ISRC: USCGH2222630. A traditional song in the public domain, attributed to the African-American James A. Bland in 1880. The song compares dying and going to heaven to grabbing a cane and catching the midnight train now that "all my sins are taken away." Brad suggested they work it up as a duet. Pam loved the idea because her parents, longtime musicians, used to perform it. The clawhammer banjo, along with the fiddle and mandolin, helps to bring to life the old-time style of this song. (Brad Apple lead vocals, Pam Setser harmony vocals.
Brad Apple - Lead vocals tracks 1,3,6,8; harmony vocals track 2,4,6,9; guitar tracks 1,3,4,5,6,7,9,10; mandolin tracks 1,2,5,7,8,9; acoustic bass tracks 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9, fretless electric bass track 4,
Pam Setser - Lead vocals tracks 4,2,7,9, harmony vocals tracks 1,3,6,8; mountain dulcimer track 5
David Johnson- fiddles track 1,5,6,7,8,9; clawhammer banjo tracks 1; banjo track 8; resonator guitar tracks 6,7,9; viola track 7, acoustic guitar track 8, Sam Cobb - mandolin tracks 3,4,6; Tim Crouch - guitar, fiddle, banjo and bowed bass on track 2; Danny Crawford - piano track 4.