The Edge of Americana presents:

Blood, Frogs, Lice (flies, gnats, etc), Beasts (wild animals), Cattle Disease, Boils, Hail (and storms), Locusts, Darkness, and, of course, the Killing of The First Born.

Don’t say you weren’t warned.

JB

Playlist:

    Time: April 11 - 1:02:40 pm
  • The Klezmer Conservatory Band, “Yiddish blues”

    from Yiddishe Renaissance

    Vanguard Records - 1981

  • Time: April 11 - 1:05:51 pm
  • Ben Jarrell (as Jackson Young), “Are You Washed In The Blood of the Lamb?”

    from Challenge 340

    Challenge

  • Time: April 11 - 1:08:40 pm
  • The Busby Brothers, “Power In The Blood”

    from Stained Glass Bluegrass

    Webco

  • Time: April 11 - 1:11:27 pm
  • Blind Willie Johnson, “I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole”

    from Blind Willie Johnson, 1927-1930

    Folkways Records - 1965

  • Time: April 11 - 1:14:38 pm
  • Cat-Iron, “O, the Blood Done Signed My Name”

    from Cat-Iron Sings Blues and Hymns

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records - 1958

  • Time: April 11 - 1:16:40 pm
  • Charles M. Bogert, “Chorus of Pig Frogs (Rana Grylio)”

    from Sounds of North American Frogs

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1958

  • Time: April 11 - 1:17:37 pm
  • Archibald L. Camp, “The Frogville Band”

    from A.L. Camp Plays the Banjo

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records - 1965

  • Time: April 11 - 1:20:11 pm
  • Charles M. Bogert, “Mating Call of the California Treefrog (Hyla Cadaverina)”

    from Sounds of North American Frogs

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1958

  • Time: April 11 - 1:21:13 pm
  • Mike Seeger, Phil Williams, Sandy Bradley & Vivian Williams, “Frog Heaven”

    from 3rd Annual Farewell Reunion

    Rounder Select - 1994

  • Time: April 11 - 1:23:26 pm
  • Morgan Sexton, “Froggie Went A-Courtin'”

    from Shady Grove

    June Appal - 1995

  • Time: April 11 - 1:28:03 pm
  • Charles M. Bogert, “Warning Croak Accompanied by "Warning Vibration" of the Southern Toad (Bufo Terrestris)”

    from Sounds of North American Frogs

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1958

  • Time: April 11 - 1:28:58 pm
  • The Pea Ridge Ramblers, “Shoo-Fly”

    from Live At The Laurel

    self-released - 2007

  • Time: April 11 - 1:32:07 pm
  • Byrd Moore, “Bed Bugs Makin' Their Last Go Round”

    from Essential Folk Masters

    Vintage Masters Inc.

  • Time: April 11 - 1:35:26 pm
  • Akins Birmingham Boys, “There Ain't No Flies On Auntie”

    from Columbia 15348-D

    Colombia - 1925

  • Time: April 11 - 1:38:39 pm
  • The Hot Seats, “Beasties in the Sugar”

    from feel

    The Hot Seats - 2012

  • Time: April 11 - 1:41:00 pm
  • Jesse Fuller, “Animal farm”

    from Brother Lowdown

    Fantasy - 1972

  • Time: April 11 - 1:44:20 pm
  • Humphries Brothers, “What Makes A Wildcat Wild?”

    from Okeh 45501

    Okeh - 1930

  • Time: April 11 - 1:47:40 pm
  • William Hamilton Stepp, “The Wild Horse”

    from Library of Congress Recordings

    self-released - 1937

  • Time: April 11 - 1:48:59 pm
  • Nathan Frazier and Frank Patterson, “Old Cow Died”

    from Altamont: Black Stringband Music

    Rounder - 1989

  • Time: April 11 - 1:50:22 pm
  • Spade Cooley, “Cowbell Polka”

    from King of Western Swing, Vol. 1

    Soundies - 2007

  • Time: April 11 - 1:52:12 pm
  • The McGee Brothers and "Fiddlin'" Arthur Smith, “Milk 'Em in the Evening Blues”

    from Milk 'Em in the Evening Blues

    Folkways Records - 1968

  • Time: April 11 - 1:54:40 pm
  • Johnnie Lee Wills, “Milk cow blues”

    from Kings of Western Swing

    Fuel 2000

  • Time: April 11 - 1:57:31 pm
  • Dewey Balfa, “The Milk Cow Is Dead”

    from Free Little Birds

    self-released

  • Time: April 11 - 1:58:53 pm
  • Lundy Family, “Old Cow Crossing the Road”

    from Lundy Family

    self-released

  • Time: April 11 - 2:01:40 pm
  • Earl Johnson, “Boil Dem Cabbage Down”

    from Earl Johnson Vol. 1 1927

    Document Records - 1997

  • Time: April 11 - 2:04:42 pm
  • Wilmer Watts & His Lonely Eagles, “She's A Hard Boiled Rose”

    from MA6003

    1929

  • Time: April 11 - 2:07:59 pm
  • Walter Smith, “Cat's Got the Measels, the Dog's Got the Whooping Cough”

    from Rough Guide to Hillbilly Blues

    World Music Network - 2017

  • Time: April 11 - 2:10:54 pm
  • The Bucking Mules, “Fire on the Mountain”

    from Smoke Behind the Clouds

    Free Dirt Records - 2017

  • Time: April 11 - 2:13:07 pm
  • Dry Branch Fire Squad, “Oh! What a Storm”

    from Antiques And Inventions

    Rounder - 1981

  • Time: April 11 - 2:16:00 pm
  • Chris Coole, “Hail Against The Barn Door”

    from Old Time Banjo Festival

    Rounder - 2007

  • Time: April 11 - 2:18:04 pm
  • Anna & Elizabeth, “Don't Want to Die in the Storm”

    from Anna & Elizabeth

    Trade Root Music Group Llc - 2015

  • Time: April 11 - 2:19:59 pm
  • Charlie Poole, “Baltimore Fire”

    from People Take Warning! Murder Ballads & Disaster Songs 1913-1938

    Dust To Digital - 2007

  • Time: April 11 - 2:23:13 pm
  • Otis Webster, “Boll Weevil Blues”

    from Country Negro Jam Session

    Arhoolie Records - 1969

  • Time: April 11 - 2:26:21 pm
  • Fiddlin' John Carson, “Dixie Boll Weevil”

    from Hard Times Come Again No More: Early American Rural Songs of Hard Times and Hardships Vol. 1

    Yazoo Records - 2003

  • Time: April 11 - 2:29:17 pm
  • Bryan Sutton, “Cricket on the Hearth”

    from Into My Own

    Concord Records - 2014

  • Time: April 11 - 2:32:06 pm
  • Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, “Dark Hollow”

    from Live at The New River Ranch: Nashville, TN. July 27, 1963

    self-released - 1963

  • Time: April 11 - 2:34:16 pm
  • Merle Travis, “Dark As A Dungeon”

    from Music of Coal: Mining Songs From The Appalachian Coalfields

    Lonesome Pine - 2007

  • Time: April 11 - 2:36:10 pm
  • Bad Livers, “How Dark My Shadows Grown”

    from Delusions of Banjer

    Quarterstick Records - 1992

  • Time: April 11 - 2:39:18 pm
  • Dave Appollon, “Dark Eyes”

    from The Man With The Mandolin

    Acoustic Disc - 1997

  • Time: April 11 - 2:42:05 pm
  • Country All Stars, “When It's Darkness on the Delta”

    from Jazz From The Hills

    Bear Family - 1993

  • Time: April 11 - 2:44:53 pm
  • The New Lost City Ramblers, “Cyclone of Rye Cove”

    from Classic Old-Time Music from Smithsonian Folkways

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 2003

  • Time: April 11 - 2:47:58 pm
  • The New North Carolina Ramblers, “The Murder of the Lawson Family”

    from The New North Carolina Ramblers At Four and a Half

    Old Bluje Records, LLC - 2009

  • Time: April 11 - 2:50:15 pm
  • Roscoe Holcomb, “Omie Wise”

    from The High Lonesome Sound

    Folkways - 1998

  • Time: April 11 - 2:54:52 pm
  • Six Bits of Rhythm, “Old Man Moses”

    from Digital Library of Appalachia

    https://dla.acaweb.org - 1976

  • Time: April 11 - 2:58:10 pm
  • Di Naye Kapelye, “999/Yom Ha-Shabbes”

    from A Mazeldiker Yid

    Oriente - 2011

    The Edge of Americana    April 11th, 2017

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