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Nashville, 1928: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order of Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers, Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers, Theron Hale & Daughters, Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band, Crook Brothers String Band, and Blind Joe Mangrum & Fred Shriver

Format
Sound Recording; Streaming Audio; Online
Description
1 online resource (Streaming audio.)
Publication
Vienna, Austria : Document Records, ℗1998.
Publisher no.
DOCD-8037 Document Records
Tracks
  • Tennessee waltz ; The little red caboose behind the train (Paul Warmack & His Gulley Jumpers)
  • Little old log cabin in the lane ; Give me back my fifteen cents ; All go hungry hash house ; When I had but fifty cents ; It'll never happen again ; I'll rise when the rooster crows (Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers)
  • Listen to the mocking bird ; Turkey gobbler ; Beautiful valley ; Jolly blacksmith ; Hale's rag (Theron Hale & Daughters)
  • Robertson County ; Stone rag (Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers)
  • Dreamy autumn waltz ; Are you from Dixie? (Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band)
  • My wife died on Friday night ; Going across the sea ; Jobbin gettin' there ; Love somebody (Crook Brothers String Band)
  • Bacon and cabbage ; Bill Cheatam (Blind Joe Mangrum, Fred Shriber [i.e. Shriver]).
Performers
Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers (Charles Arrington, fiddle ; Paul Warmack, mandolin and vocals ; Roy Hardison, banjo ; Bert Hutcherson, guitar) ; Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers (Gale Binkley, fiddle ; Amos Binkley, banjo ; Tom Andrews, guitar ; Jack Jackson, guitar and vocals) ; Theron Hale & Daughters (Theron Hale, fiddle ; Mamie Ruth Hale, fiddle ; Elizabeth Hale, piano) ; Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band (W.E. Poplin, fiddle and vocals ; Louise Woods, piano ; Jack Woods, mandolin ; Francis Woods, guitar) ; Crook Brothers String Band (Herman M. Crook and Matthew H. Crook, harmonicas ; Thomas J. Givans, banjo ; George R. Miles, guitar and calls ; Hick Burnett, guitar) ; Blind Joe Mangum, fiddle ; Fred Shriver, accordion.
Recording Info
Originally recorded in Nashville, TN, by Victor Records, October 1-5, 1928; several of the groups recorded had appeared on the Grand Ole Opry radio program on station WSM in Nashville.
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    a| Tennessee waltz ; The little red caboose behind the train (Paul Warmack & His Gulley Jumpers) -- Little old log cabin in the lane ; Give me back my fifteen cents ; All go hungry hash house ; When I had but fifty cents ; It'll never happen again ; I'll rise when the rooster crows (Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers) -- Listen to the mocking bird ; Turkey gobbler ; Beautiful valley ; Jolly blacksmith ; Hale's rag (Theron Hale & Daughters) -- Robertson County ; Stone rag (Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers) -- Dreamy autumn waltz ; Are you from Dixie? (Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band) -- My wife died on Friday night ; Going across the sea ; Jobbin gettin' there ; Love somebody (Crook Brothers String Band) -- Bacon and cabbage ; Bill Cheatam (Blind Joe Mangrum, Fred Shriber [i.e. Shriver]).
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    a| Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers (Charles Arrington, fiddle ; Paul Warmack, mandolin and vocals ; Roy Hardison, banjo ; Bert Hutcherson, guitar) ; Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers (Gale Binkley, fiddle ; Amos Binkley, banjo ; Tom Andrews, guitar ; Jack Jackson, guitar and vocals) ; Theron Hale & Daughters (Theron Hale, fiddle ; Mamie Ruth Hale, fiddle ; Elizabeth Hale, piano) ; Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band (W.E. Poplin, fiddle and vocals ; Louise Woods, piano ; Jack Woods, mandolin ; Francis Woods, guitar) ; Crook Brothers String Band (Herman M. Crook and Matthew H. Crook, harmonicas ; Thomas J. Givans, banjo ; George R. Miles, guitar and calls ; Hick Burnett, guitar) ; Blind Joe Mangum, fiddle ; Fred Shriver, accordion.
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