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Times Ain't Like They Used To Be Vol. 2 (1997)

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Times Ain't Like They Used To Be Vol. 2 (1997)

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  1. John Henry Blues	Earl Johnson & His Dixie Entertainers	3:13	 
  2. Moanin' The Blues	Allen Shaw	3:01	 
  3. Lonesome Road Blues	Ernest Stoneman & Kahle Brewer	3:00 
  4. Washboard Cut Out	Bobby Leecan & His Need More Band	2:56	$0.99	 Buy MP3 
  5. Bob McKinney	Henry Thomas	2:57	 
  6. Swanee River	Fiddling John Carson & His Virginia Reelers	3:18	 
  7. James Alley Blues	Richard 'Rabbit' Brown	3:08	 
  8. Sail Away Ladies	Uncle Dave MacOn & His Fruit Jar Drinkers	2:59	 
  9. The Rooster's Crowing Blues	Cannon's Jug Stompers	3:03 
10. Tallapoosa Bound	A.A. Grey & Seven Foot Dilly	3:13	 
11. Billy Grimes The Rover	The Shelor Family	2:46	 
12. Brown Skin Girl Down The Lane	The Massey Family	2:45	 
13. You Know You Done Me Wrong	Joe McCoy	3:14 
14. Old Joe	Sid Harkreader & Gradey Moore	2:52	 
15. Beware	Blind Alfred Reed	3:11 
16. Knocking Down Casey Jones	Wilmer Watts & The Lonely Eagles	3:12	 
17. Four Day Blues	Tommy Bradley		3:13	 
18. Riley the Furniture Man	Georgia Crackers	3:06	 
19. Piney Woods Girl	Emmett Lundy & Ernest Stoneman	2:46	 
20. State Street Rag	Louie Blue	2:49	 
21. Sugar In The Ground	Tweedy Brothers	3:07	 
22. Then I'll Move To Town	Southern Moonlight Entertainers	2:51	 
23. Lord Keep Me With A Mind	Rev. D.C. Rice	2:51


Like volume one, this presents 23 examples of early American rural music, mastered from rare 78s of the 1920s and 1930s. And like volume one, the names here will challenge the expertise of all but the most fanatical collector; only Uncle Dave Macon, Cannon's Jug Stompers, Henry Thomas, and maybe Blind Alfred Reed will be familiar. It's a valuable sampler of non-urban sounds as captured in the early days of the recording industry, when primitive technology and marketing naivete ensured that the music was virtually unadulterated. Fiddles, banjos, and plaintive, spirited vocals abound. Bobby Leecan's jugband romp "Washboard Cut Out" is the most exuberant track; Rev. D.C. Rice's gospel number "Lord Keep Me with a Mind" starts off in a more somber mood, but soon evolves into a jubilant New Orleans-styled arrangement. ---Richie Unterberger, Rovi

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