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Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways (2002)

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Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways (2002)

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101 	White House Blues 	Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys 	2:01 	
102 	Our Last Goodbye 	The Johnson Mountain Boys 	2:35 	
103 	When He Reached Down His Hand For Me 	Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys 	2:48 
104 	Tiny Broken Heart 	Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard 	3:05 	
105 	New Camptown Races 	Red Allen, Frank Wakefield, and the Kentuckians 	2:34 	
106 	Suzanne 	Harley Allen-Mike Lilly Band 	2:40 	
107 	I Heard My Mother Call My Name in Prayer 	The Nashville Grass 	3:10 	
108 	Teardrops in My Eyes 	The Friendly City Playboys 	2:29 	
109 	Cumberland Gap 	Snuffy Jenkins 	1:33 	
110 	Live and Let Live 	Red Allen and the Kentuckians 	2:47 	
111 	The World is Waiting for the Sunrise 	Roger Sprung and Doc Watson 	2:40 	
112 	Hello City Limits 	Hugh Moore 	2:22 	
113 	Legend of the Brown Mountain Light 	The Country Gentleman 	2:36 	
114 	Lonesome Road Blues 	Roni Stoneman 	1:14 	
115 	The Train that Carried My Girl from Town 	Doc Watson 	2:19 	
116 	The Little Girl and the Dreadful Snake 	The New Lost City Ramblers 	3:31 	
117 	Little Birdie 	The Stanley Brothers 	2:40 	
118 	Rabbit in a Log 	The Stanley Brothers 	2:24 	
119 	Grey Eagle 	David and Billie Ray Johnson 	2:50 	
120 	Wayfaring Stranger 	Cullen Gaylean and the Virginia Mountain Boys 	5:10 	
121 	Billy in the Lowground 	The Lonesome Strangers 	1:03 	
122 	The Rebel Girl 	Hazel Dickens 	3:00 	
123 	Train 	Smiley Hobbs 	2:22 	
124 	'Neath that Cold Grey Tomb of Stone 	The Lilly Brothers and Don Stover 	3:06 	
125 	Get up John 	Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys 	2:36 	

 

It all began in 1956 with the release of the historic Folkways album American Banjo: Three-Finger and Scruggs Style (SFW 40037), the first-ever full-length bluegrass LP. From that point on, Folkways Records was synonymous with great bluegrass music. Folkways founder Moses Asch released scores of bluegrass albums, and this collection comprises the cream of the crop from these recordings, including works from giants of the genre such as Red Allen & Frank Wakefield, Bill Monroe, Doc Watson, the Stanley Brothers, and The Country Gentlemen. It serves as an outstanding introduction to the wealth of great bluegrass Smithsonian Folkways has to offer. Extensive notes, photos, 62 minutes. Compiled and annotated by Lee Michael Demsey and Jeff Place. ---folkways.si.edu

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