ContentsCarolina stompdown ; High sheriff (Aiken County String Band)
Free little bird ; The nick nack song ; Baby, call your dog off (Ridgel's Fountain Citians)
Nobody's darling ; I'll never be yours ; Handsome Molly ; Shout Lula ; You'll never miss your mother until she is gone ; Train no. 45 ; Handsome Molly ; He is coming to us dead ; Don't go out tonight, my darling ; Rose Conley ; Ommie Wise ; Train 45 ; Sally Gooden ; Mine is for Mary (aka As my mind is to marry) ; She's mine, all mine ; Sweet Rose O'Grady ; Sweet Rose O'Grady (alternate take) ; Red or green ; Cluck old hen ; Old Jimmy Sutton ; The red and green signal lights ; Jokin' Henry ; Nine pound hammer ; Short life of trouble ; I've always been a rambler ; Where are you going, Alice? ; A dark road is a hard road to travel ; Barnyard serenade ; Little Maggie with a dram glass in her hand ; On the banks of the Tennessee ; Never be as fast as I have been ; I have lost you darling, true love ; Tom Dooley ; Going down the Lee Highway ; I saw a man at the close of day ; What you gonna do with the baby (Grayson & Whittier)
The Newmarket wreck ; On the banks of the sunny Tennessee (Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Baker)
Arkansas traveler ; Preacher got drunk and laid his Bible down (Tennessee Ramblers)
Green valley waltz (McCartt Brothers & Patterson)
By the cottage door (Perry County Music Makers)
Hickman rag ; Roll on, buddy ; Forky deer (Charlie Bowman & his brothers)
Poor little Bennie ; Little Maud ; See that my grave is kept clean (Bela Lam & his Greene County Singers)
Father, dear father, come home (Dixie Reelers)
Love, lifted me ; Shining for the master ; The little black train is coming ; She's a flower from the fields of Alabama ; I am a man of constant sorrow ; Down in Tennessee valley ; Goodbye, my lover, goodbye ; Wandering gypsy girl ; Going around the world ; Nobody's business ; I shall know by the print of the nails in his hand ; Where the silvery Colorado wends its way ; In the heart of the city that has no heart ; Ethan Lang ; The wanderer ; I'm a man of constant sorrow ; The broken wedding ; The bootlegger's lullaby (Emry Arthur)
My little Indian Napanee ; Give my love to Nellie Jack ; Faded coat of blue (David Miller)
Lost train blues ; Fiddler's dream ; Blackberry blossom ; Red apple rag ; Cheatham County breakdown ; Dixon County blues ; Sugar tree stomp ; Chittlin' cookin' time in Cheatham County ; Fiddler's blues ; Take me back to Tennessee ; Little darling ; The girl I love don't pay me no mind ; There's more pretty girls than one, part 2 ; Dickson County blues no. 2 ; Singing those House of David blues ; PM at home in the pen ; Florida blues ; Indian Creek ; Freight train moan ; I'm bound to ride ; A lonesome day today ; K.C. stomp ; Smith's rag ; Peacock rag ; Bill Cheatham (Fiddlin' Arthur Smith & his Dixieliners).
-- Appalachian Region.
|Publisher|| London, England :JSP Records,2006
|Other Titles|| Early country music from the mountains
Program notes by Pat Harrison included.
4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.