Classic old-time fiddle from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
|Format:||Music CD 2007|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsPretty little girl with the blue dress on (Doug Wallin)
Sugar Hill (Tommy Jarrell with Frank Bode)
Sally in the garden (J.D. Cornett)
Sally in the garden (Marion Sumner)
Muddy roads (Gaither Carlton with the Watson Family)
Won't come until morning (Greg Hooven)
Wednesday night waltz (Clark Kessinger)
Dance all night (Arthur Smith with the McGee Brothers)
Give the fiddler a dram (Bill Hicks)
Little brown jug (Joe Thompson)
Black eyed Susie (Tracy Schwarz and Mike Seeger)
Snowbird (Ross Brown)
Ain't gonna rain no more (Hoyt Ming and the Pep Steppers)
Cacklin' hen (Roy Pope and the Carolina Homeboys)
Old Joe (Johnny Warren with the Nashville Grass)
Old man below (Gaither Carlton)
Unnamed tune (John W. Summers)
Beaumont rag (David and Billie Ray Johnson)
Richmond blues (Fred Price with Clint Howard)
Mississippi sawyer (Wade Ward)
Bill Cheatham (Buddy Pendleton with the Stony Mountain Boys)
Red bird (Clark Kessinger)
Johnson boys (Caleb Finch with the Iron Mountain String Band)
Sally Goodin' (Eck Robertson)
Unnamed tune (Tony Alderman)
Fine times at our house (John W. Summers)
Yew piney mountain (Melvin Wine)
Darling Cora (Greg Hooven)
Blackberry blossom (Charlie Higgins with the Buck Mountain Band)
Kentucky waltz (David and Billie Ray Johnson)
Lee Highway blues (Fred Price with Clint Howard and Doc Watson)
Piney woods gal (Tommy Jarrell with Frank Bode)
Jenny on the railroad (Tracy Schwarz and Mike Seeger)
Billy in the lowground (Buddy Griffin with Red Allen and the Kentuckians)
Fisher's hornpipe (David and Billie Ray Johnson)
Trombone rag (Clark Kessinger)
Bonaparte's retreat (Mike Seeger)
Carroll County blues (Gordon Tanner with the Skillet Lickers).
-- Appalachian Region, Southern.
Old-time music -- Appalachian Region, Southern.
String band music -- Appalachian Region, Southern.
|Publisher|| Washington, DC :Smithsonian Folkways Recordings,2007
Originally released by Folkways Records and Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1951-1997.
Program notes by Jeff Place and Jake Krack, with bibliography (28 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.