The Edge of Americana presents:

A random smattering of music tonight, featuring some selections for my mother’s birthday!

Enjoy!
JB

Playlist:

    Time: February 7 - 1:01:44 pm
  • Don Reno & Red Smiley, “A Dime Looks Like A Wagon Wheel”

    from Together Again

    Rebel - 2005

  • Time: February 7 - 1:03:44 pm
  • Frank Lee & Adam Tanner, “When I was a Cowboy”

    from Two Mules

    Frank Lee & Adam Tanner - 2004

  • Time: February 7 - 1:09:14 pm
  • Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, “White House Blues”

    from WSM Opry Acetates

    self-released

  • Time: February 7 - 1:10:59 pm
  • Alan Munde, “I Don't Love Nobody”

    from Blue Ridge Express

    Rounder - 1994

  • Time: February 7 - 1:13:43 pm
  • Charlie Poole & The North Carolina Ramblers, “Leaving Home”

    from Charlie Poole With The North Carolina Ramblers and The Highlanders

    JSP - 2004

  • Time: February 7 - 1:16:43 pm
  • Dave Evans & River Bend, “I Just Got Wise”

    from Close To Home

    Rebel - 1985

  • Time: February 7 - 1:19:36 pm
  • Billy Faier with Frank Hamilton, “The Darby Ram (Trad)”

    from The Art of the Five String Banjo

    Riverside - 1957

  • Time: February 7 - 1:23:38 pm
  • Earl Collins, “Say Old Man Can You Play the Fiddle”

    from Dave Ricker Collection Vol. 1

    self-released

  • Time: February 7 - 1:24:38 pm
  • Vic Jordan, “Snowflake Reel”

    from Pickaway

    Atteiram - 1972

  • Time: February 7 - 1:28:00 pm
  • Bob Wills, “Ida Red”

    from 1935-1952 Studio Sessions

    None

  • Time: February 7 - 1:31:00 pm
  • The Carter Family, “Jimmie Brown the newsboy”

    from The Carter Family: 1927-1934

    JSP - 2002

  • Time: February 7 - 1:33:24 pm
  • Alice Gerrard & Hazel Dickens, “The One I Love Is Gone”

    from Pioneering Women of Bluegrass

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1996

  • Time: February 7 - 1:36:35 pm
  • Ola Belle Reed, “Blues in My Mind”

    from Ola Belle Reed

    Rounder Records - 1975

  • Time: February 7 - 1:39:38 pm
  • Harold Hausenfluck, “Sail Away Ladies”

    from Vol. 1: The Fiddling Field Recordings

    Field Recorders Collective - 2015

  • Time: February 7 - 1:41:38 pm
  • Uncle Dave Macon, “Sail Away Ladies”

    from Go Long Mule

    County - 1972

  • Time: February 7 - 1:44:34 pm
  • The Tweedy Brothers, “Home Brew Rag”

    from March 1928 Richmond, IN

    Gennett - 1928

  • Time: February 7 - 1:47:34 pm
  • Highwoods String Band, “Lonesome Pine Special”

    from Live!

    Rounder - 2004

  • Time: February 7 - 1:51:14 pm
  • Snooks Eaglin, “The Lonesome Road”

    from New Orleans Street Singer

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1959

  • Time: February 7 - 1:53:05 pm
  • Red Allen featuring Frank Wakefield, “The Little Girl and the Dreadful Snake”

    from The Folkways Years, 1964-1983

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 2001

  • Time: February 7 - 1:56:28 pm
  • Luther Strong, “Hickory Jack”

    from Library Of Congress Kentucky Recordings 1937

    Library of Congress - 1937

  • Time: February 7 - 1:59:28 pm
  • The Dezurik Sisters, “Peach Pickin Time In Georgia”

    from Checkerboard Squares Radio Show Recordings

    WFMU

  • Time: February 7 - 2:00:58 pm
  • Dave Bing & Ben Townsend, “Walking In My Sleep”

    from Tri State Duets

    Questionable - 2015

  • Time: February 7 - 2:04:16 pm
  • Jeff Warner, “All for me Grog”

    from Steady as She Goes: Songs and Chanties from the Days of Commercial Sail

    Collector Records - 1977

  • Time: February 7 - 2:07:19 pm
  • Clyde Davenport, “Froggy Went A-Courting”

    from from the Collection of Ray Alden

    Field Recorders Collective - 2005

  • Time: February 7 - 2:09:32 pm
  • Stan Rogers, “Northwest Passage”

    from Northwest Passage (Remastered)

    Borealis Records

  • Time: February 7 - 2:14:22 pm
  • Kenny Baker, “Road to Columbus”

    from Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe

    County - 1976

  • Time: February 7 - 2:17:02 pm
  • Country Gentlemen, “Bringing Mary Home”

    from Complete Vanguard Recordings

    Vanguard

  • Time: February 7 - 2:20:33 pm
  • George Roark, “Ain't a Bit Drunk”

    from Mountain Frolic

    Rural Rhythm

  • Time: February 7 - 2:23:33 pm
  • The Stanley Brothers, “I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome”

    from Stanley Series Vol. 1 #4 (1966-10-16)

    Copper Creek - 1966

  • Time: February 7 - 2:25:58 pm
  • Georgia Crackers, “Diamond Joe”

    from The Georgia Crackers

    self-released - 2010

  • Time: February 7 - 2:28:15 pm
  • The Crooked Road Ramblers, “My Baby's Gone”

    from Mule To Ride

    No Bull - 2013

  • Time: February 7 - 2:32:04 pm
  • The Fuzzy Mountain String Band, “Green Willis”

    from The Fuzzy Mountain String Band

    Rounder

  • Time: February 7 - 2:34:20 pm
  • Buzz Busby, “lost”

    from Going Home

    King - 1958

  • Time: February 7 - 2:36:35 pm
  • Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys, “Milwaukee, Here I Come”

    from Gettysburg, PA July 17, 1974

    self-released - 1974

  • Time: February 7 - 2:39:31 pm
  • E.C. Ball & Orna Ball, “Learning To Lean”

    from Radio Shows

    self-released

  • Time: February 7 - 2:42:26 pm
  • The Almanac Singers, “Union Maid”

    from Songs Of Protest

    Prism - 2001

  • Time: February 7 - 2:44:38 pm
  • Maybelle Carter, “Lover's Farewell”

    from Ash Grove 4/17/1963

    self-released - 1963

  • Time: February 7 - 2:48:09 pm
  • Woody Guthrie, “Lost John”

    from Struggle

    Smithsonian Folkways - 1990

  • Time: February 7 - 2:51:00 pm
  • Big Jim De Noone, “Paddy On The Turnpike”

    from Hillbilly Fiddle 78s

  • Time: February 7 - 2:55:02 pm
  • The New North Carolina Ramblers, “Milwaukee Blues”

    from Cotton Mill Blues

    Old Bluje Records, LLC - 2007

    The Edge of Americana    February 7th, 2017

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