Item Details

Fiddlin' John Carson [sound recording]: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order

Carson, Fiddlin' John
Format
Sound Recording; CD
Description
7 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Publication
Vienna, Austria : Document Records, p1997.
Publisher no.
DOCD-8014--DOCD-8020 Document Records
Tracks
  • v. 1. 1923-1924. The little old log cabin in the lane ; The old hen cackled and the rooster's going to crow ; When you and I were young, Maggie ; You will never miss your mother until she is gone ; Be kind to a man when he's down ; Billy in the low ground ; Casey Jones ; Old Sallie Goodman ; Fare you well old Joe Clark ; The farmer is the man that feeds them all ; Papa's billy goat ; The kickin' mule ; Nancy Rowland ; Tom Watson special ; Old and in the way ; Dixie boll weevil ; When Abraham and Isaac rushed the can ; The cat came back ; I got mine ; Dixie cowboy ; John Henry blues ; Arkansas traveler ; Old Aunt Peggy, won't you set 'em up again?
  • -- v. 2. 1924-1925. Dixie division ; Sugar in the gourd ; The lightning express ; I'm glad my wife's in Europe ; Turkey in the straw ; Jimmie on the railroad ; Run, nigger, run ; I'm nine hundred miles from home ; It ain't gonna rain no mo' ; Alabama gal (won't you come out tonight?) ; The baggage coach ahead ; The orphan child ; The letter edged in black ; Steamboat Bill ; It takes a little rain with the sunshine ; Old Dan Tucker ;- Boil dem cabbage down ; Old Uncle Ned ; My North Georgia home ; The death of Floyd Collins ; Charming Betsy ; Sally Ann
  • -- v. 3. 1925-1926. There's a hard time coming ; The Boston burglar ; Little Mary Phagan ; The honest farmer ; To welcome the travellers home ; Run along home with Lindy ; The lone child ; Flat-footed nigger ; Bully of the town ; Hop light, lady ; The hawk and the buzzard ; Hell broke loose in Georgia ; Soldier's joy ; The drinker's child ; The grave of Little Mary Phagan ; All alone by the sea side ; Do round my Lindy ; The batchelors' hall ; The drunkard's hiccups ; Liberty ; The old frying pan and the old camp kettle ; Cackling pullet ; Georgia Wagner ; Good-bye Liza Jane ; If there wasn't any women in the world
  • -- v. 4. 1926-1927. Everybody works but Father ; Fire in the mountain ; Peter went fishing ; When we meet on that beautiful shore ; Long way to Tipperary ;- Be kind to a man when he's down ; In my old cabin home ; Old and in the way ; It's a shame to whip your wife on Sunday ; Cotton eyed Joe ; Jesse James ; Don't let your deal go down ; Swanee River ; Old Joe Clark ; Gonna swing on the golden gate ; Did he ever return? ; If you can't get the stopper out break off the neck ; Engineer on the Mogull ; Hell bound for Alabama ; Turkey in the hay ; The smoke goes out the chimney just the same ; Going down to Cripple Creek ; Quit that ticklin' me ; It won't happen again for a hundred years or more
  • -- v. 5. 1927-1929. The little log cabin by the stream ; Christmas time will soon be over ; Run along home, Sandy ; Moonshine Kate ; John makes good licker ; I'm going to take the train to Charlotte ; Ain't no bugs on me ; The burglar and the old maid ; The hawk and the buzzard ; Down south where the sugar cane grows ; Meet her when the sun goes down ; My Ford sedan ; You can't get milk from a cow named Ben ; Going to the county fair ; Welcome to the travelers home no. 2 ; You'll never miss your mother till she's gone no. 2 ; John makes good liquor - part 3 ; John makes good liquor - part 4 ; She's more like her mother every day ; Times are not like they used to be ; Pa's birthday ; Corn licker and barbecue. Part 1 ; Corn licker and barbecue. Part 2 ; Who's the best fiddler?
  • -- v. 6. 1929-1930. Who bit the wart off grandma's nose ; Kate's snuff box ; Sunny Tennessee ; Whatcha gonna do when your licker gives out? ; The last old dollar is gone ; Texas blues ; Raggedy Riley ; The raccoon and the possum ; Hen and the rooster ; Goin' where the climate suits my clothes ; The dominicker duck ; Silver threads among the gold ; On the banks of the old Tennessee ; You gotta let my dog alone ; John in the army ; The old grey horse ain't what he used to be ; After the ball ; My home in Dixie-land ; The old ship is sailing for the promised land ; At the cross ; Take the train to Charlotte ; Little more sugar in the coffee ; Didn't he ramble
  • -- v. 7. 1930-1934. Are you going to leave the old home ; The poor girl story ; My man's a jolly railroad man ; I intend to make heaven my home ; Papa's billy goat ; Mama's nanny goat ; I'm glad my wife's in Europe ; Be kind to a man when he's down ; You'll never miss your mother till she's gone ; Since she took my licker from me ; The new comin' 'round the mountain ; When the saints go marching in ; The honest farmer ; Taxes on the farmer feeds them all ; Bear me away on your snowy white wings ; I want to make heaven my home ; Going where the sugar cane grows ; The storm that struck Miami ; Georgia's three-dollar tag ; I'm old and feeble ; Old and in the way ; Stockade blues ; Do you ever think of me? ; Ain't no bugs on me.
Performers
Fiddlin' John Carson, fiddle, vocals; Rosa Lee Carson (Moonshine Kate), vocals and guitar; with others.
Notes
  • Document Records: DOCD-8014--DOCD-8020.
  • Compact disc.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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    a| v. 3. 1925-1926. There's a hard time coming ; The Boston burglar ; Little Mary Phagan ; The honest farmer ; To welcome the travellers home ; Run along home with Lindy ; The lone child ; Flat-footed nigger ; Bully of the town ; Hop light, lady ; The hawk and the buzzard ; Hell broke loose in Georgia ; Soldier's joy ; The drinker's child ; The grave of Little Mary Phagan ; All alone by the sea side ; Do round my Lindy ; The batchelors' hall ; The drunkard's hiccups ; Liberty ; The old frying pan and the old camp kettle ; Cackling pullet ; Georgia Wagner ; Good-bye Liza Jane ; If there wasn't any women in the world --
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    a| v. 6. 1929-1930. Who bit the wart off grandma's nose ; Kate's snuff box ; Sunny Tennessee ; Whatcha gonna do when your licker gives out? ; The last old dollar is gone ; Texas blues ; Raggedy Riley ; The raccoon and the possum ; Hen and the rooster ; Goin' where the climate suits my clothes ; The dominicker duck ; Silver threads among the gold ; On the banks of the old Tennessee ; You gotta let my dog alone ; John in the army ; The old grey horse ain't what he used to be ; After the ball ; My home in Dixie-land ; The old ship is sailing for the promised land ; At the cross ; Take the train to Charlotte ; Little more sugar in the coffee ; Didn't he ramble --
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