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Title Kentucky mountain music [sound recording].

Imprint [Newton, N.J.] : Yazoo, p2003.

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Music Compact Disc, Oversized    MC COLL KMM Y00CD    Available
Description 7 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Classic recordings of the 1920s and 1930s
Note Compact discs.
Program notes and complete list of personnel ([32] p. : ill., ports. ; 15 x 29 cm.) included.
Contents CD 1. Ladies on the steamboat (Burnett & Rutherford) -- The dying soldier (Buell Kazee) -- Little rabbit ; Rabbit where's your mammy (Crockett Family Mountaineers) -- I truly understand you love another man (Shortbuckle Roarke & Family) -- Eighth of January (Ted Gossett's Band) -- All night long blues (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Shipping port (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- The Rowan County crew (Robert L. Day) -- Deer walk (Doc Roberts) -- Let her go, I'll meet her (Rutherford & Foster) -- That's my rabbit, my dog caught it (Walter Family) -- Lillie Dale (Martin & Roberts) -- Cumberland Gap (Rutherford, Moore & Burnett) -- The old fish song (James Howard) -- The red hill special (Fort Thomas Group) -- If I die a railroad man (Green Bailey) -- Grand hornpipe (J.W. Day) -- East Virginia (Walter Williams) -- Forked deer (Tailor's Kentucky Boys) -- Pretty Polly (Pete Steele) -- Run banjo (Justis Begley) -- We'll understand it better bye and bye (Kentucky Mountain Chorusters).
CD 2. Curley headed woman (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Gate to go through (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- Hot corn (Martin & Roberts) -- Grandma's rag (Taylor, Moore & Burnett) -- I'm as free little birdie as can be (Rutherford & Foster) -- Rocky mountain goat (Ted Gossett's Band) -- Shut up in Coal Creek mine (Green Bailey) -- Sugar in my coffe (medley) (Crockett Family Mountaineers) -- The butcher's boy (The railroad boy) (Buell Kazee) -- New money (Doc Roberts) -- Pearl Bryan (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Crooked John (Kentucky String Ticklers) -- The moonshiner (Daw Henson) -- Forked deer (J.W. Day) -- The dixie cowboy (Taylor's Kentuck Boys) -- Mississippi Sawyer (Walter Williams) -- Six months ain't long (Rutherford & Foster) -- Blackberry blossom (Ed Morrison) -- Ellen Smith (Theophilus Hoskins) -- Five up (Henry L. Bandy) -- Payday at Coal Creek (Pete Steele) -- Golden willow tree (Justis Begley) -- The last appeal (Alice & Martha Williams & Elizabeth Flatt).
CD 3. Way up on Clinch mountain (J.W. Day) -- Going to jail (Ted Gossett's Band) -- Richmond blues (Rutherford & Foster) -- Soap in the washpan (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- Ain't going to lay my armor down (McVay & Johnson) -- Old voile (Blue Ridge Mountaineers) -- Gentle Annie (Asa Martin) -- Billy in the low ground (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Lady Margaret and sweet William (Daw Henson) -- And the cat came back (Doc Roberts) -- Pass around the bottle (Walter Williams) -- Coal Creek march (Marion Underwood) -- Johnny O Johnny (Pete Steele) -- Taylor's quickstep (Monroe County quickstep) (Rutherford & Foster) -- I've been all around this world (Justis Begley) -- Jenny Baker (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- Come all you roving cowboys (Clay Walters) -- Soldier's joy (Taylor's Kentucky Boys) -- I came to this country (Maynard Britton) -- Medley of old time dance tunes pt. 1. Husking bee ; Old Molly Hare ; Wild horse ; Soldier's joy ; Arkansas traveller (Crockett Family Mountaineers) -- Rambling reckless hobo (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Wild horse (Bill Stepp & Walter Williams) -- Old Christmas (Boyd Asher) -- The Rowan County feud (Ted Chesnut) -- Wish I had my time again (Hatton Brothers).
CD 4. Old Flannigan (Blue Ridge Mountaineers) -- Willie Moore (Burnett & Rutherford) -- The wild wagoner (J.W. Day) -- My cabin home among the hills (Asa Martin) -- Bow legged Irishman (Ted Gossett's Band) -- There's no one like the old folks (Rutherford & Foster) -- Old blind dog (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- The sporting bachelors (Buell Kazee) -- Sourwood Mountain (Taylor's Kentucky Boys) -- The roving boy (Justis Begley) -- Medley of old time dance tunes pt. 2. Sourwood Mountain ; Sally in the garden ; Sally Goodin (Crocket Family Mountaineers) -- Lack fol diddle i day (Pete Steele) -- Lost John (Burnett & Rutherford) -- There's more pretty girls than one (Rutherford & Foster) -- Shaker Ben (Walter Family) -- Jesus walking through the land (Rev. Sherwin Sizemore & Church of the Ten Elders) -- Pickaway (Green's String Band) -- Wallins Creek girls (Daw Henson) -- We'll all go to Heaven when the Devil goes blind (Ed Morrison) -- John Hardy (Walter Williams) -- Wink the other eye (Hack's String Band) -- Hickory Jack (Boyd Asher) -- Working's too hard (J.M. Mullins) -- Sail away ladies (Henry L. Bandy) -- The great reaping day (Kentucky Mountain Chorusters).
CD 5. Buffalo gals (medley) (Crockett Family Mountaineers) -- Three black sheep (Howard & Peak) -- Run them coons in the ground (Clifford Gross) -- I wish I was a mole in the ground (Green Bailey) -- Fire on the mountain (Ted Gossett's Band) -- Wake up you drowsy sleepers (Oaks Family) -- Cuttin at the point (Charlie Wilson & his Hillbillies) -- The cowboy trail (Buell Kazee) -- Drink more cider (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- Two faithful lovers (Rutherford & Foster) -- Maxwell girl (Taylor's Kentucky Boys) -- Swafford branch stills (Daw Henson) -- Wild hog in the woods (Lonesome Luke & his Farm Boys) -- The soldier and the lady (Marvin Thornton & Fort Thomas Group) -- Pine tree (Kentucky Woodchoppers) -- Lord Daniel (Green Maggard) -- Leaving here blues (Kentucky String Ticklers) -- The peddler and his wife (James Howard) -- Waynesburgh (Doc Roberts) -- Little stream of whiskey (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Next to your mother, who do you love (Madisonville String Band) -- Little birdie (Pete Steele) -- Hog eyed man (Theophilus Hoskins) -- [Fragment] (Walter Williams) -- I'll be ready when the bridegroom comes (McVay & Johnson).
CD 6. Bill Cheatam (Mangrum & Shriver) -- Short life of trouble (Buell Kazee) -- B flat rag (Madisonville String Band) -- The fate of Ellen Smith (Green Bailey) -- Washington quadrille (Jimmy Johnson's String Band) -- Storms may rule the ocean (Rutherford & Foster) -- Gray eagle (Taylor's Kentucky Boys) -- Bile dem cabbage down (Crockett Family Mountaineers) -- Martha Campbell (Doc Roberts) -- I'll be with you when the roses bloom again (Burnett & Rutherford) -- Shelvin rock (Charlie Wilson & his Hillbillies) -- The roving cowboy (Buell Kazee) -- Fox chase (Ted Gossett's Band) -- Dogs in the ashcan (Lonesome Luke & his Farm Boys) -- Come all ye fair and handsome girls (Green Maggard) -- Rambling hobo (Pete Steele) -- Leather breeches (Clifford Gross) -- Poison in a glass of wine (Bill Bundy) -- The valentine (Tom West) -- Flying cloud waltz (Walter Family) -- A Western Union telegram (Ed Morrison) -- My little carpenter (James Howard) -- Hook and line (Hatton Brothers) -- Will it pay (Oaks Family).
CD 7. Rocky mountain goat (Clifford Gross) -- The orphan girl (Buell Kazee) -- Honeymoon stomp (Doc Roberts Trio) -- I ain't a bit drunk (George Roark) -- Bacon and cabbage (Mangrum & Shriver) -- I cannot be your sweetheart (Howard & Peak) -- Little boy working on the road (J.W. Day) -- I must see my mothers (Martin & Hobbs) -- New harmony waltz (Kentucky Woodchoppers) -- Sugar hill (Crockett Family Mountaineers) -- Kentucky plowboy's march (Hack's String Band) -- You'll miss me when I'm gone (Oaks Family) -- Tipple blues (Kentucky String Ticklers) -- He's only a miner killed in the ground (Ted Chestnut) -- Rye straw (Doc Roberts) -- She's a flower from the fields of Alabama (Rutherford, Moore & Burnett) -- Ching chow (Jimmy Jonson's String Band) -- My mother's hands (Shortbuckle Roark & Family) -- My pretty snow deer (Madisonville String Band) -- Walter Family waltz (Walter Family) -- Going across the sea (Henry L. Bandy) -- Knoxville rag (Taylor, Moore & Burnett) -- I'm rolling along (Buell Kazee).
Credits Produced by Richard Nevins.
Performer Various performers.
Event Recorded 1920's and 1930's.
Subject Folk music -- Kentucky.
Folk songs, English -- Kentucky.
Old-time music -- Kentucky.
String band music -- Kentucky.
Fiddle tunes -- Kentucky.
Bluegrass music -- Kentucky.
Added Author Nevins, Richard. Compiler.
Standard No. 016351220028
Music No. 2200 Yazoo

 
    
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