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Old-Time Mountain Guitar


  • 1. Lonesome Weary Blues - Leonard Copeland/Roy Harvey
    2. Buck Dancer's Choice - Sam McGee
    3. Guitar Rag - Jess Johnson/Roy Harvey
    4. Charlotte Hot-Step - Gwen Foster/David Fletcher
    5. Jailhouse Rag - David Miller
    6. Logan County Blues - Frank Hutchison
    7. Greasy Wagon - Leonard Copeland/Roy Harvey
    8. Augusta Rag - Melvin Dupree
    9. Franklin Blues, The - Sam McGee
    10. Blue Grass Twist - South Georgia Highballers
    11. Take Me to the Land of Jazz - Lowe Stokes
    12. Red Rose Rag - Gwen Foster/David Fletcher
    13. Back to the Blue Ridge - Leonard Copeland/Roy Harvey
    14. Fresno Blues - Johnny Crockett/Albert Crockett/Johnnie Crockett/Albert Crockett
    15. Jefferson Street Rag - Jess Johnson/Roy Harvey
    16. Norfolk Flip - Melvin Dupree/Frank Locklear
    17. Spanish Fandango - John Dilleshaw
    18. Jamestown Exhibition - Bayless Rose
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 3512

  • Credits
    ProducerChristopher King (Compilation)
    Engineer

    Recording information: Atlanta, GA (04/14/1926-01/23/1931); Chicago, IL (04/14/1926-01/23/1931); Johnson City, TN (04/14/1926-01/23/1931); New York, NY (04/14/1926-01/23/1931); Richmond, IN (04/14/1926-01/23/1931); St. Louis, MO (04/14/1926-01/23/1931).
    An 18-track compilation of instrumentals featuring the work of Roy Harvey, Frank Hutchison, Sam McGee, Jess Johnson, Melvin Dupree, David Fletcher, Hoke Rice, Bayless Rose, John Dilleshaw and String Marvel, and Johnny and Albert Crockett, and the band the South Georgia Highballers, all recorded from 1926-30. The recordings, made for labels like Champion, Gennett, and Romeo, all sound amazingly clean, and the repertory includes blues, ragtime, and jazz, and even Spanish-influenced numbers, and a range of approaches including slide and flat-picking. Beyond the solo numbers, the accompaniments range from harmonica to fiddle band, and styles cover several regional influences to be found in West Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and other points east and south. Uncle Dave Macon appears speaking encouragement over a pair of two-part numbers by Grand Ole Opry veteran Sam McGee. The annotation is thorough, if a little disjointed in structure, and includes photographs and original label reproductions. ~ Bruce Eder

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