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Title Classic bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways.

Publication Info. Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, [2002]
℗2002

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Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Playing Time 010600
Physical Medium 4 3/4 in.
plastic metal
Description digital
optical
stereo
1.4 m/s
audio file
CD audio
Note Instrumental and vocal music.
Language Vocal selections sung in English.
Performer Various performers.
Note Originally released by Folkways Records and Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1956-1993.
Title from disc label.
Program notes by Lee Michael Demsey and Jeff Place, with bibliography and discography (31 pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
Contents White House blues (Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys) (1:58) -- Our last goodbye (the Johnson Mountain Boys) (2:32) -- When he reached down his hand for me (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys) (2:44) -- Tiny broken heart (Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard) (3:01) -- New camptown races (Red Allen, Frank Wakefield, and the Kentuckians) (2:31) -- Suzanne (Harley Allen-Mike Lilly Band) (2:37) -- I heard my mother call my name in prayer (the Nashville Grass) (3:07) -- Teardrops in my eyes (the Friendly City Playboys) (2:26) -- Cumberland Gap (Snuffy Jenkins) (1:31) -- Live and let live (Red Allen and the Kentuckians) (2:44) -- The world is waiting for the sunrise (Roger Sprung and Doc Watson) (2:37) -- Hello city limits (Hugh Moore) (2:19) -- (Legend of the) Brown Mountain light (the Country Gentlemen) (2:32) -- Lonesome road blues (Roni Stoneman) (1:10) -- The train that carried my girl from town (Doc Watson) (2:16) -- The little girl and the dreadful snake (the New Lost City Ramblers) (3:29) -- Little birdie (the Stanley Brothers) (2:37) -- Rabbit in a log (the Stanley Brothers) (2:20) -- Grey eagle (David and Billie Ray Johnson) (2:47) -- Wayfaring stranger (Cullen Gaylean [i.e. Galyean] and the Virginia Mountain Boys) (5:07) -- Billy in the lowground (the Lonesome Strangers) (1:00) -- The rebel girl (Hazel Dickens) (2:57) -- Train 45 (Smiley Hobbs) (2:19) -- 'Neath that cold grey tomb of stone (the Lilly Brothers and Don Stover) (3:03) -- Get up John (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys) (2:36).
Credits "Produced, compiled, and annotated by Lee Michael Demsey and Jeff Place"--Insert, p. 30.
Subject Bluegrass music.
Bluegrass music.
Genre/Form Bluegrass music.
Bluegrass music.
Bluegrass.
Added Author Demsey, Lee Michael, compiler, writer of added commentary.
Place, Jeffrey, compiler, writer of added commentary.
Taylor, Earl, 1929-1984, performer.
Monroe, Bill, 1911-1996, performer.
Dickens, Hazel, 1925-2011, performer.
Gerrard, Alice, 1934- performer.
Allen, Red, 1930-1993, performer.
Wakefield, Frank, performer.
Jenkins, Snuffy, 1908-1990, performer.
Sprung, Roger, performer.
Watson, Doc, performer.
Moore, Hugh, performer.
Stoneman, Roni, performer.
Johnson, David, 1954- performer.
Johnson, Billie Ray, performer.
Galyean, Cullen, performer.
Hobbs, Smiley, performer.
Stover, Don, 1928-1996, performer.
Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings.
Stony Mountain Boys, performer.
Johnson Mountain Boys, performer.
Blue Grass Boys, performer.
Kentuckians (Musical group), performer.
Harley Allen-Mike Lilly Band, performer.
Nashville Grass (Musical group), performer.
Friendly City Playboys, performer.
Country Gentlemen (Musical group), performer.
New Lost City Ramblers, performer.
Stanley Brothers, performer.
Virginia Mountain Boys, performer.
Lonesome Strangers (Musical group), performer.
Lilly Brothers, performer.
Standard No. 093074009222
Music No. SFW CD 40092 Smithsonian Folkways
SFW CD 40092 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings