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Monday, July 19, 2010

Black and White Hillbilly Music

This is a re-up. I posted it earlier on my blog, a year or so ago. So, what else to say? This comp features some good old-time music with harmonica, ranging from well-known artists such as Humphrey Bate and his Possum Hunters to recordings made by unknown artists.

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track list:
1. Woodie Brothers - Chased Old Satan Through the Door
2. Woode Brothers - Likes Likker Better Than Me
3. Jackson County Barn Owls - Bake That Chicken Pie
4. Jackson County Barn Owls - I Wonder How The Old Folks Are at Home
5. Floyd County Ramblers - Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party
6. Nelstone's Hawaiians - Just Because
7. Nelstone's Hawaiians - Mobile County Blues
8. Dave and Howard - My Bones Gonna Rise Again
9. Dave and Howard - Serves 'Em Fine (Cotton Mill Colic No.3)
10. Unknown harmonica duet - Cackling Hen Blues
11. Riverside Ramblers - Drifting Along
12. Riverside Ramblers - Dissatisfied
13. Louisiana Rounders - Wishing
14. Joe Werner and the Ramblers - Running Around
15. Joe's Acadians - Ammend la Nouville a Mamere
16. Renfro Valley Boys with Karl & Harty - Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet
17. Lonnie Glosson - Lonnie's Fox Chase
18. Yellow Jackets - Huskin' Bee
19. George Wade & Francum Braswell - Think a Little
20. Pickard Family - Get Away from that Window
21. Dr. Humphrey Bate and his Possum Hunters - How Many Biscuits Can You Eat
22. Dr. Humphrey Bate and his Possum Hunters - Ham Beats All Meat
23. DeFord Bailey - John Henry
24. Crook Brothers' String Band - My Wife Died Friday Night

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing record! Thank you very much! Do you have some more like this one, with the old style harmonica playing?

Anonymous said...

could you re-upload it ? thanks a lot

Mellow said...

I'm sorry but I don't have this comp anymore.