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Tracklist


1Southern Moonlight EntertainersMy Blue Ridge Mountain Queen
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Lead Vocals – Albert RaineyHarmony Vocals – Willie Sievers Wiggins
2:47
2Ridgel's Fountain CitiansBe Ready
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar, Vocals – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelVocals, Performer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Charles Ancil Ridgel
2:55
3Smoky Mountain RamblersBack To Old Smoky Mountain
Banjo, Vocals – Raymond GulleyFiddle, Vocals – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Lead Vocals, Speech – Hugh CrossSteel Guitar, Vocals – Walter McKinney
3:12
4Etowah QuartetWalking With My Lord
Written-By – R.J. Weaver
2:43
5Leola ManningThe Blues Is All Wrong
Guitar – Eugene BallingerPiano – Willie 'Gace' HaynesVocals – Leola ManningWritten-By – Manning
3:02
6Louis BirdNothing Goes Hard With Me
Fiddle – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Louis Bird
3:03
7Senior Chapel QuartetteWay Down Home2:37
8Maynard Baird & His OrchestraI Can't Stop Loving You
Brass Bass – Ebb GrubbsDrums – Joe Fox Piano, Accordion, Arranged By – Vivian 'Vic' JohnstonPiano, Arranged By – Ralph MaloneySaxophone – George 'Red' Schuler, Unknown ArtistTrombone – Horace OgleTrumpet, Saxophone – Freddie Brill, Sam GoebleTrumpet, Violin – Gene Irwin Vocals – Fred Myers Written By – HodgsonWritten-By – Baird
2:40
9Louis BirdIt's Funny What Whiskey Will Do
Fiddle – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Louis Bird
2:45
10Southern Moonlight EntertainersAre You Happy Or Lonesome
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Lead Vocals – Albert RaineyHarmony Vocals – Willie Sievers Wiggins
3:01
11Gibbs Brothers With Claude DavisYou Left Me Last Night Broken Hearted
Lead Vocals, Guitar – Claude DavisMandolin – Bob Gibbs Steel Guitar – Hugh Gibbs
2:39
12Ballard CrossDown Where The Swanee River Flows
Vocals, Guitar – Hugh Cross
3:12
13The Appalachia VagabondPeddler And His Wife
Vocals, Banjo – Hays Shepherd
3:20
14Leola ManningThe Arcade Building Moan
Guitar – Eugene BallingerPiano – Willie 'Gace' HaynesVocals – Leola ManningWritten-By – Manning
3:07
15Alex Hood & His Railroad BoysCorbin Slide
Banjo – Alex Hood Fiddle – Emory MillsGuitar – Bird Earls, Clyde WhitakerMandolin – John V. WalkerSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown, Lowe Stokes
2:51
16Tennessee Chocolate DropsKnox County Stomp
Bass – Carl MartinFiddle – Howard ArmstrongGuitar – Roland Armstrong
3:03
17Gibbs Brothers With Claude DavisStrolling Home With Jenny
Harmony Vocals – Unknown ArtistLead Vocals, Guitar – Claude DavisMandolin – Bob Gibbs Steel Guitar – Hugh Gibbs
2:53
18Ridgel's Fountain CitiansHallelujah To The Lamb
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar, Vocals – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelVocals, Performer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Charles Ancil Ridgel
2:45
19Southern Moonlight EntertainersMy Cabin Home
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Lead Vocals – Albert Rainey
2:29
20Ridgel's Fountain CitiansGittin' Upstairs
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar, Vocals – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar], Vocals – Charles Ancil RidgelSpeech – Hugh Cross, Lowe Stokes
2:53
21Cal Davenport & His GangBroken Hearted Lover
Banjo – Cal DavenportGuitar – C. 'Bill' Brown, Malcolm DavenportHarmonica – Hubert DavenportVocals – Unknown Artist
2:34
22Bess PenningtonIf You Think I'm Not Worthy
Vocals, Guitar – Bess Pennington
3:29
23Clayton & His Melody MountaineersLookout Valley Waltz
Banjo – Raymond GulleyFiddle – Clayton Schultz, Slim MillerSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
3:25
24Uncle Jimmy ThompsonUncle Jimmy's Favorite Fiddling Pieces
Fiddle, Speech – Uncle Jimmy ThompsonGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Eva Thompson JonesSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown
3:17
25Tennessee RamblersRamblers March
Fiddle – James "Mack" SieversGuitar – Willie Sievers WigginsSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
2:48
26Maynard Baird & His OrchestraPostage Stomp
Accordion, Piano, Arranged By – Vivian 'Vic' JohnstonBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbsDrums – Joe Fox Piano, Arranged By – Ralph MaloneySaxophone – George 'Red' Schuler, Unknown ArtistTrombone – Horace OgleTrumpet, Saxophone – Freddie Brill, Sam GoebleTrumpet, Violin – Gene Irwin Written-By – Goebel, Johnston
2:39
27Leola ManningLaying In The Graveyard
Guitar – Eugene BallingerPiano – Willie 'Gace' HaynesVocals – Leola ManningWritten-By – Manning
3:05
28Alex Hood & His Railroad BoysL. And N. Rag
Banjo, Speech – Alex Hood Fiddle – Emory MillsGuitar – Bird Earls, Clyde WhitakerMandolin – John V. WalkerSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown, Lowe Stokes
2:39
29Southern Moonlight EntertainersLost John
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Lead Vocals – Albert Rainey
2:28
30Maynard Baird & His Southern SerenadersSorry
Accordion, Piano, Arranged By – Vivian 'Vic' JohnstonBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbsDrums – Joe Fox Piano, Arranged By – Ralph MaloneySaxophone – Clyde Perry , George 'Red' Schuler, Unknown ArtistTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Sam GoebleTrumpet, Violin – Gene Irwin Vocals – Fred Myers
3:01
31Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerThe Unmarked Grave
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Mandolin, Harmonica – Lester McFarland
3:11
32Ridgel's Fountain CitiansBaby Call Your Dog Off
Effects [Barking] – Unknown ArtistFiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar], Vocals – Charles Ancil RidgelSpeech – Hugh Cross, Lowe Stokes
3:14
33Southern Moonlight EntertainersHow To Make Love
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George RaineyGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Vocals – Albert RaineySpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown
3:10
34Ridgel's Fountain CitiansLittle Bonnie
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar, Vocals – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelVocals, Performer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Charles Ancil Ridgel
2:44
35Southern Moonlight EntertainersMy Carolina Girl
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Lead Vocals – Albert Rainey
2:48
36Senior Chapel QuartetteIn My Saviour's Care2:39
37Wise String OrchestraYellow Dog Blues
Fiddle – Newman WiseGuitar – Edward Wise, George T. WiseMandolin – George Johnson Written-By – Handy
2:40
38Tennessee RamblersGarbage Can Blues
Banjo – James "Mack" SieversFiddle, Vocals – William M. 'Fiddlin' Bill' SieversGuitar – Willie Sievers WigginsGuitar, Vocals – Walter McKinney
2:39
39Ridgel's Fountain CitiansFree Little Bird
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar, Vocals – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelVocals, Performer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Charles Ancil Ridgel
2:50
40Ballard CrossOld Black Crow In The Hickory Nut Tree
Vocals, Guitar – Hugh Cross
2:59
41Perry County Music MakersMaudaline
Harmonica – Henry Bone Vocals, Guitar – Bulow SmithVocals, Zither – Nonnie Smith
2:56
42Perry County Music MakersBy The Cottage Door
Harmonica – Henry Bone Vocals, Guitar – Bulow SmithVocals, Zither, Yodeling – Nonnie Smith
2:37
43Gibbs Brothers With Claude DavisI Love My Toodlum-Doo
Harmony Vocals – Unknown ArtistLead Vocals, Guitar – Claude DavisMandolin – Bob Gibbs Steel Guitar – Hugh Gibbs
2:43
44Southern Moonlight EntertainersThen I'll Move To Town
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George RaineyGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Vocals – Albert Rainey
2:47
45Haskell WolfenbargerSailing Out On The Ocean
Vocals, Guitar – Haskell Wolfenbarger
3:15
46Leola ManningHe Cares For Me
Guitar – Eugene BallingerPiano – Willie 'Gace' HaynesVocals – Leola ManningWritten-By – Manning
3:00
47Kentucky Holiness SingersI Will Not Be Removed3:13
48Smoky Mountain RamblersAin't It Hell, Boys
Banjo, Vocals – Raymond GulleyFiddle, Vocals – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Lead Vocals, Speech – Hugh CrossSpeech – Lowe StokesSteel Guitar, Vocals – Walter McKinney
3:07
49Gibbs Brothers With Claude DavisDo You Think That You Could Love Me
Harmony Vocals – Unknown ArtistLead Vocals, Guitar – Claude DavisMandolin – Bob Gibbs Steel Guitar – Hugh Gibbs
2:42
50Maynard Baird & His Southern SerenadersJust For You
Accordion, Piano, Arranged By – Vivian 'Vic' JohnstonBrass Bass – Ebb GrubbsDrums – Joe Fox Piano, Arranged By – Ralph MaloneySaxophone – Clyde Perry , George 'Red' Schuler, Unknown ArtistTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Sam GoebleTrumpet, Violin – Gene Irwin
2:56
51Smoky Mountain RamblersBear Mountain Rag
Banjo – Raymond GulleyFiddle – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Speech – Hugh CrossSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
3:16
52Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerWhere The Sweet Magnolias Bloom
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Harmonica, Mandolin – Lester McFarland
2:28
53Leola ManningSatan Is Busy In Knoxville
Guitar – Eugene BallingerPiano – Willie 'Gace' HaynesVocals – Leola ManningWritten-By – Manning
3:00
54Ballard CrossLorrainna
Vocals, Guitar – Hugh Cross
3:14
55Haskell WolfenbargerMy Little Girl
Vocals, Guitar – Haskell Wolfenbarger
2:45
56Perry County Music MakersGot A Buddy I Must See
Harmonica – Henry Bone Vocals, Guitar, Yodeling – Bulow SmithVocals, Zither, Yodeling – Nonnie Smith
3:06
57Cal WestCal West's Yodel Blues - Part II
Vocals, Yodeling, Guitar – Cal West
2:51
58Tennessee RamblersGive The Fiddlers A Dram
Banjo, Vocals, Speech – James "Mack" SieversFiddle, Speech – William M. 'Fiddlin' Bill' SieversGuitar – Willie Sievers WigginsGuitar, Vocals – Walter McKinney
2:44
59Tennessee RamblersHawaiian Medley
Guitar – James "Mack" Sievers, Willie Sievers WigginsSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
3:00
60Smoky Mountain RamblersNo Business Of Mine
Banjo, Vocals – Raymond GulleyFiddle, Vocals – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Lead Vocals, Speech – Hugh CrossSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown, Lowe StokesSteel Guitar, Vocals – Walter McKinney
3:28
61The Appalachia VagabondHard For To Love
Vocals, Banjo – Hays Shepherd
3:13
62Will BennettReal Estate Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Will Bennett
2:29
63Ballard CrossThe Wabash Cannon Ball
Vocals, Guitar – Hugh Cross
3:08
64Colonel J.G. SterchiTo My Friends And Patrons
Speech – Colonel J.G. Sterchi
3:33
65Etowah QuartetBack In The Years
Written-By – C.W. Wight, J.B.F. Wight
2:41
66Smoky Mountain RamblersDown In Tennessee
Banjo – Raymond GulleyFiddle – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Lead Vocals, Speech – Hugh CrossSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown, Lowe StokesSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
3:10
67Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerI've Grown So Used To You
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Mandolin, Harmonica – Lester McFarland
3:08
68Ridgel's Fountain CitiansThe Nick Nack Song
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar], Vocals – Charles Ancil RidgelSpeech – Hugh Cross, Lowe Stokes
3:16
69Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerMy Little Georgia Rose
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Harmonica, Mandolin – Lester McFarland
3:05
70Southern Moonlight EntertainersDream Waltz
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Albert Rainey, Marvin 'Doody' Rainey
2:50
71Gibbs Brothers With Claude DavisGoodbye Dixie Dear
Harmony Vocals – Unknown ArtistLead Vocals, Guitar – Claude DavisMandolin – Bob Gibbs Steel Guitar – Hugh Gibbs
2:40
72Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerWill The Roses Bloom In Heaven
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Mandolin, Harmonica – Lester McFarland
2:49
73Perry County Music MakersI'm Sad And Blue
Harmonica – Henry Bone Vocals, Guitar – Bulow SmithVocals, Zither – Nonnie Smith
2:44
74Tennessee RamblersIn My Dear Old Sunny South
Banjo, Vocals – James "Mack" SieversFiddle – William M. 'Fiddlin' Bill' SieversGuitar – Willie Sievers WigginsSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
2:30
75Ballard CrossWon't You Waltz Home Sweet Home With Me
Vocals, Guitar – Hugh Cross
3:08
76Cal Davenport & His GangDouble Eagle March
Banjo – Cal DavenportGuitar – C. 'Bill' Brown, Malcolm DavenportHarmonica – Hubert Davenport
2:55
77Smoky Mountain RamblersSan Antonio
Banjo – Raymond GulleyFiddle – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Lead Vocals – Hugh CrossSteel Guitar – Walter McKinney
3:06
78Will BennettRailroad Bill
Vocals, Guitar – Will Bennett
2:56
79Tennessee Chocolate DropsVine Street Rag
Bass – Carl MartinFiddle – Howard ArmstrongGuitar – Roland Armstrong
2:48
80Bess PenningtonJack And May
Vocals, Guitar – Bess Pennington
3:01
81Lowe Stokes, Homer Miller, Walt McKinney, Heavy Martin, Roger Williams & Bill Brown The Great Hatfield-McCoy Feud - Parts 1-4
Fiddle, Speech – Homer 'Slim' MillerGuitar, Speech – Hugh CrossSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown, Lowe Stokes, Roger Williams Steel Guitar, Speech – Walt McKinney
11:04
82Wise String OrchestraHow Dry I Am
Fiddle – Newman WiseGuitar – Edward Wise, George T. WiseMandolin – George Johnson
2:47
83Southern Moonlight EntertainersSister Liz
Banjo – Willie RaineyFiddle – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar – Marvin 'Doody' RaineyGuitar, Lead Vocals – Albert Rainey
2:41
84Senior Chapel QuartetteLonesome Road2:33
85Cal Davenport & His GangLittle Rosewood Casket
Banjo – Cal DavenportGuitar – C. 'Bill' Brown, Malcolm DavenportHarmonica – Hubert DavenportVocals – Unknown Artist
2:36
86Uncle Jimmy ThompsonLynchburg
Fiddle, Speech – Uncle Jimmy ThompsonPiano – Eva Thompson JonesSpeech – Wilfred J. 'Bill' Brown
3:07
87Clayton & His Melody MountaineersJune Wedding Waltz
Banjo – Raymond GulleyFiddle – Clayton Schultz, Slim MillerGuitar – Walter McKinney
3:25
88Senior Chapel QuartetteThe Great Judgment2:34
89Ballard CrossMy Poodle Dog
Vocals, Guitar – Hugh Cross
2:34
90Kentucky Holiness SingersI'm On My Way3:11
91Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerAsleep At The Switch
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Mandolin – Lester McFarland
2:42
92Gibbs Brothers With Claude DavisI Wandered Away From Home
Lead Vocals, Guitar – Claude DavisMandolin – Bob Gibbs Steel Guitar – Hugh Gibbs
2:55
93Cal WestCal West's Yodel Blues - Part I
Vocals, Yodeling, Guitar – Cal West
2:31
94Leola ManningHe Fans Me
Guitar – Eugene BallingerPiano – Willie 'Gace' HaynesVocals – Leola ManningWritten-By – Manning
2:49
95Ridgel's Fountain CitiansThe Bald Headed End Of The Broom
Fiddle – Leroy RidgelGuitar – Millard WhitedPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar] – Carthel Earnest RidgelPerformer [Mandolin Or Guitar], Vocals – Charles Ancil RidgelSpeech – Hugh Cross, Lowe Stokes
3:11
96Tennessee RamblersTennessee Traveler
Banjo, Speech – James "Mack" SieversFiddle, Speech – William M. 'Fiddlin' Bill' SieversGuitar – Willie Sievers WigginsGuitar, Vocals – Walter McKinney
2:49
97Southern Moonlight EntertainersBuckin' Mule
Banjo, Speech – Willie RaineyFiddle, Speech – George Rainey, Luther LuallenGuitar, Speech – Albert Rainey, Marvin 'Doody' Rainey
2:27
98Cal Davenport & His GangBlue Ridge Mountain Blues
Banjo – Cal DavenportGuitar – C. 'Bill' Brown, Malcolm DavenportHarmonica – Hubert DavenportVocals – Unknown Artist
2:34
99Lester McFarland & Robert A. GardnerThe Mansion Of Aching Hearts
Vocals, Guitar – Robert A. GardnerVocals, Mandolin – Lester McFarland
3:20

Credits


  • ArtworkMychael Gerstenberger
  • Executive-ProducerRichard Weize
  • Liner NotesTed Olson , Tony Russell
  • Mastered ByChristian Zwarg
  • ProducerRichard Voynow
  • Reissue ProducerTed Olson , Tony Russell
  • Transcription By [Lyric Transcriptions]Phil Wells
  • Transferred ByAaron N. Smithers, Alan Stoker, Benny Ellis, Christian Zwarg, Chris King, David Crisp , David Lennick, Malcolm Vidrine, Marshall Wyatt, Rich Nevins, Lance Ledbetter, Tony Russell

Notes


The CDs are in jewel cases, nested in a plastic molded insert in the LP-sized box. The 156-page hardcover book lies above these. The book is authored by Ted Olson and Tony Russell, and includes original research and background information, archival photographs, label scans of the original discs, a discography of the included tracks, transcribed lyrics to all the songs, and an index of titles included on the CDs. The book lacks an ISBN.

Notes on the credits:
Tracks 1-19 and 1-20 feature an unidentified vocal duet.
Credit role of harmony vocals for Willie Sievers Wiggins on tracks 1-8 and 1-11 termed "possibly."
Credit role of piano for Willie 'Gace' Haynes on tracks 1-25 and 1-26 termed "probably."
Performer credits for tracks 2-3 to 2-6 termed "probably."
Tracks 2-9 and 2-11 are of a vocal quartet with unknown artist in guitar credit role.
Tracks 2-10 and 2-12 are of a vocal quartet without instrumental accompaniment.
All credits for tracks 2-13 and 2-14 termed "possibly." Additionally either Maynard Baird or Buddy Thayer are credited for banjo role on both tracks, and an unidentified vocal trio is credited on track 2-14.
Credit role of speech for Bill Brown on track 2-21 termed "possibly."
Tracks 3-1 and 3-2 are of a vocal group with unknown personnel, and include instrumental accompaniment on mandolin, banjo and two guitars by unknown artists.
All credits for tracks 3-15 and 3-16 termed "possibly."
Artist name on tracks 3-17 and 3-18 is given as Tennessee Chocolate Drops on Vocalion 1517, and alternatively as Tenessee Trio on Vocalion 5472 (same pairing of identical recordings).
Credit role of guitar for Louis Bird on tracks 4-5 and 4-6 termed "probably."
Credit role of speech for Bill Brown on track 4-8 termed "possibly."
Credit role of piano for Willie 'Gace' Haynes on tracks 4-9 to 4-12 termed "probably."
Tracks 4-15 and 4-16 are of a vocal quartet with unknown personnel, and include piano accompaniment by an unknown artist.
All credits for tracks 4-19 and 4-20 termed "possibly." Additionally either Maynard Baird or Buddy Thayer are credited for banjo role on both tracks.
Credit role of speech for Lowe Stokes on tracks 4-21 and 4-22 termed "probably."
Credit role of speech for Homer 'Slim' Miller and Walter McKinney on track 4-23 termed "possibly."

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 397102 160974
  • Label Code: LC 05197

Companies


  • Record Company – Bear Family Productions Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bear Family Productions Ltd.

Info


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Various - The Knoxville Sessions 1929 - 1930 (Knox County Stomp) MP3
Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz / Blues / Non music / World
Title: The Knoxville Sessions 1929 - 1930 (Knox County Stomp)
Country: Germany
Released: 28 Apr 2016
Style: Spoken Word, Country, Gospel
MP3 album: 2425 mb
FLAC album: 1237 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 567
Source: 4 × CD, Compilation, Remastered Box Set
№ Cat: BCD 16097
Label: Bear Family Records