Bluegrass classic sides remastered.
|Format:||Music CD 2004|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsCD A, 1947-1953. Orange Blossom Special (Jerry & Sky) ; Old grey goose ; Kentucky is only a dream ; Holston valley breakdown (Red Belcher & the Kentucky Ridgerunners) ; Somebody touched me (John Reedy & his Stone Mountain Boys) ; Jesse James ; Tragic romance (Toby Stroud & the Blue Mountain Boys) ; Lint head stomp (Phebel Wright) ; Jesse James (Whitey & Hogan) ; Radio boogie (L.C. Smith, Ralph Mayo, & the Southern Mountain Boys) ; Bluebonnet Lane (Colwell Brothers) ; Mother, sweet mother ; Helen (Rebe & Rabe) ; Home sweet home (Hack Johnson & his Tennesseans) ; Let me rest (at the end of my journey) (Shenandoah Valley Trio) ; This world can't stand long ; Wicked path of sin (Stoney Cooper & Wilma Lee) ; Halleujah, we shall rise (Sauceman Brothers) ; They sleep together now at rest ; What are they doing in heaven today (Lilly Brothers) ; Pain in my heart ; Lonesome, sad, and blue ; Don't forget me ; Will I meet Mother in heaven? (Lonesome Pine Fiddlers)
CD B, 1945-1953. You broke your promise ; I'm left alone ; Nobody cares (not even you) ; Twenty one years ; Lonesome pine breakdown (Lonesome Pine Fiddlers) ; New camptown races (Marvin Cobb, Frank Wakefield, & the Chain Mountain Boys) ; You're the one (I see in my dreams) ; Leave well enough alone (Frank Wakefield & Buster Turner) ; Long time, no see (Frank Hunter & his Black Mountain Boys) ; Weary hobo ; Just a memory (Pee Wee Lambert & Curley Parker with their Pine Mountain Boys) ; Going back to old Kentucky (Hobo Jack Adkins) ; Rattlesnake daddy (Bailey Brothers & the Happy Valley Boys) ; I'm on my way to the old home (Sonny Osborne) ; I've never been so lonesome (Ted Lundy) ; Roll on blues ; How will the flowers bloom ; Last love letter ; Lonely waltz (Connie & Babe) ; Better late than never (Buster Pack & his Lonesome Pine Boys) ; Bright crystal sea ; Where will you spend eternity (Cecil Surratt & his West Virginia Ramblers) ; He saved my soul (Hamm Brothers) ; You have left me memories (Hobo Jack Adkins)
CD C, 1938-1951. Florida blues ; Blue yodel #1 ; Missing in action ; Curtains of sorrow ; Little brown hand ; Down among the budded roses ; Tomorrow may be different (Jim Eanes & his Shenandoah Valley Boys) ; Come back, my little pal ; Wabash Cannon Ball ; Lonesome dove ; Where the roses never fade ; Natural bridge blues ; Best of friends must part sometime ; Polecat blues ; I wonder where you are tonight ; Don't let your sweet love die ; Can you forgive ; Loving you too well ; 'Neath the bridge at the foot of the hill ; Little sweetheart come and kiss me (Roy Hall & his Blue Ridge Entertainers) ; Little mohee ; Wrong road (the Hall Brothers) ; Orange Blossom Special (the Rouse Brothers) ; Let me be your salty dog (the Morris Brothers)
CD D, 1931-1946. Married life blues ; Up jumped the devil ; We shall rise ; C & N W Railroad ; Carroll County blues ; Gonna lay down my old guitar (Byron Parker & his Mountaineers) ; Concord rag ; Don't get trouble in your mind ; Drunkard's hiccoughs ; Blue Ridge Mountain blue ; Johnson's old grey mule ; Maple on the hill ; Seven and a half (J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers) ; Short life & it's trouble ; Wild Bill Jones ; Lonely tombs ; Poor drunkard's dreams ; I won't be worried ; Ramshackle shack ; Old Reuben ; Don't leave me alone ; You may forsake me ; Rambling boy (Wade Mainer & the Sons of the Mountaineers) ; I'll roll in my sweet baby's arms (Buster Carter & Preston Young).
-- To 1951.
Bluegrass music -- 1951-1960.
|Publisher|| London :JSP Records,2004
|Other Titles|| Bluegrass :
Biographical notes by Pat Harrison included.
4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.