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The New Dixie Entertainers - Maybelle Rag Album

The New Dixie Entertainers - Maybelle Rag Album

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Interprète: The New Dixie Entertainers
Titre: Maybelle Rag
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1994
Style: Appalachian Music
Category: Folklorique
Classement: 4.2
Catalogue #: 014
Label: Yodel-Ay-Hee

Tracklist

1Leavin' Home2:48
2Washed In The Blood
Written-By – Elisha Hoffman
2:22
3Polecat Blues2:25
4Hell Among The Yearlings1:58
5Lonesome Road Blues3:13
6Maybelle Rag2:23
7Glory In The Meetinghouse2:23
8Wake Susan2:26
9Cotton-Eyed Joe2:30
10Susannah Gal2:27
11Flowers Of Edinburgh3:05
12Down At The Mouth Of Stinson2:01
13Rockingham Cindy3:01
14Fiddler's Reel2:29
15Dickson County Blues2:31
16John Brown's Dream3:08


Crédits

  • Acoustic BassMarcia Bryant
  • BanjoBrett Riggs
  • FiddleMike Bryant
  • GuitarPan Riggs
  • Mastered ByAdam Greenberg
  • Photography ByJack Rose
  • Recorded ByJohn Herrmann
  • Ukulele [Banjo Ukulele]Morgan Simmons
  • VocalsBrett Riggs, Marcia Bryant, Pan Riggs


Notes

Recorded by John Herrmann behind the windshield at the home of the Bryants.
Mastered by Adam Greenberg, Whitewater Studio.
To order contact:
Mike Bryant, 3776 Sugar Grove Valley Rd., Harriman, TN 37748; 435-4193.


Album

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