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Album: In the Pines: Tar Heel Folk Songs & Fiddle Tunes, Old-Time Music of North Carolina 1926-1936
# Song Title   Time
1)    In the Pines - Dock Walsh
2)    Mountain Sweetheart - Red Fox Chasers
3)    Mistreated Blues - The Carolina Buddies
4)    Johnson City Hop - Carolina Ramblers String Band
5)    Are You Sure? - Mutt Evans/The Dixon Brothers
6)    Rose with a Broken Stem, The - North Carolina Cooper Boys
7)    Jack of Diamonds - Benny Jarrell
8)    Otto Wood - Cranford & Thompson
9)    Richmond Square - The Highlanders
10)    Will, the Weaver - Charlie Parker/Mack Woolbright/Charlie Parker
11)    Lindy - Proximity String Quartet
12)    Working on the Railroad - Blankenship Family
13)    Carolina's Best - The Grady Family
14)    Banjo Sam - Wilmer Watts & The Lonely Eagles
15)    New River Train - Cauley Family
16)    Little Bunch of Roses - Clarence Greene
17)    That Lonesome Valley - Carolina Ramblers String Band
18)    Honeysuckle Rag - Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers
19)    Pretty Gal's Love, A - Whitter-Hendley-Small
20)    Tom Dooley - Grayson & Whitter
21)    Longest Train, The - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
22)    Sweet Freedom - E.R. Nance Family/Clarence Dooley/Clarence "Bud" Dooley
23)    Sunny Home in Dixie - Frank Jenkins's Pilot Mountaineers
24)    My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains - The Carolina Tar Heels
 
Album: In the Pines: Tar Heel Folk Songs & Fiddle Tunes, Old-Time Music of North Carolina 1926-1936
# Song Title   Time
1)    In the Pines - Dock Walsh
2)    Mountain Sweetheart - Red Fox Chasers
3)    Mistreated Blues - The Carolina Buddies
4)    Johnson City Hop - Carolina Ramblers String Band
5)    Are You Sure? - Mutt Evans/The Dixon Brothers
6)    Rose with a Broken Stem, The - North Carolina Cooper Boys
7)    Jack of Diamonds - Benny Jarrell
8)    Otto Wood - Cranford & Thompson
9)    Richmond Square - The Highlanders
10)    Will, the Weaver - Charlie Parker/Mack Woolbright/Charlie Parker
11)    Lindy - Proximity String Quartet
12)    Working on the Railroad - Blankenship Family
13)    Carolina's Best - The Grady Family
14)    Banjo Sam - Wilmer Watts & The Lonely Eagles
15)    New River Train - Cauley Family
16)    Little Bunch of Roses - Clarence Greene
17)    That Lonesome Valley - Carolina Ramblers String Band
18)    Honeysuckle Rag - Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers
19)    Pretty Gal's Love, A - Whitter-Hendley-Small
20)    Tom Dooley - Grayson & Whitter
21)    Longest Train, The - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
22)    Sweet Freedom - E.R. Nance Family/Clarence Dooley/Clarence "Bud" Dooley
23)    Sunny Home in Dixie - Frank Jenkins's Pilot Mountaineers
24)    My Home's Across the Blue Ridge Mountains - The Carolina Tar Heels
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Fisher Hendley (vocals, spoken vocals, banjo); Garley Foster (vocals, whistling, guitar, harmonica); Clarence Greene (vocals, guitar, fiddle); Mutt Evans, Daddy John Love, Dorsey M. Dixon, Audie Rodgers, A.P. Thompson, Charlie Parker Big Band, Tom Ashley, Zeke Morris (vocals, guitar); Howard Dixon (vocals, steel guitar); Doc Walsh, Daniel J. Nicholson, Mack Woolbright (vocals, banjo); G.B. Grayson, J.E. Mainer, Steve Ledford, Benny Jarrell (vocals, fiddle); Bob Cranford (vocals, harmonica); George Ledford, Walter "Kid" Smith (vocals); Clarence "Bud" Dooley (tenor, guitar); Henry Whitter (spoken vocals, guitar); Gwen Foster (guitar, harmonica); Taft Ledford, Lake Howard, Ernest V. Stoneman, Tom Cooper, Norman Woodlieff, Roy Harvey (guitar); Frank Jenkins (banjo, fiddle); Clay "Henry" Everhart, Marshall Small, Wade Mainer, Wilmer Watts, Charlie Poole, Paul Miles, Oscar Jenkins (banjo); Guy Brooks, Odell Smith, Lonnie Austin (fiddle); Lucy Terry (piano).
  • Liner Note Author: Wayne Martin.
  • Recording information: 04/17/1926-06/23/1936.
  • Photographers: Kip Lornell; Marshall Wyatt; Tony Russell; Bob Carlin.
  • This compelling anthology covers the decade spanning 1926 to 1936 when electric recording equipment first crossed paths with the old-time music of North Carolina. Released by the comprehensive vintage-ophiles at Old Hat Records, the collection features a panoply of old time artists and styles from murder ballads, gospel songs, string bands, fiddle tunes, and even artists influenced by Tin Pan Alley and ragtime. Perfect for academics, old-time lovers, and those curious about early century Tar Heel culture, IN THE PINES provides a perfect sepia-toned snapshot of one of Depression-era America's frothiest musical communities.
Professional Reviews
The Wire (p.54) - "[A] fascinating collection of old-time songs from the Tar Heel State....Strands of history and the shifting sands of social interaction are audible through this unassuming and enjoyable music."
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