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The Story That the Crow Told Me, Vol. 1: Early American Rural Children's, Songs Classic

  • 1. I Am Just What I Am - Homer Briarhopper
    2. Poor Little Thing Cried Mammy - Three Georgia Crackers
    3. Barnyard Tumble - Bill Carlisle
    4. Old Molly Hare - Riley Puckett/Clayton McMichen
    5. Animals Coming In - Four Wanderers
    6. Johnny Booker - Cousin Emmy
    7. Old Grey Goose Is Dead, The - The Pickard Family
    8. Pretty Little Pink - Bradley Kincaid
    9. Free Little Bird - Dykes Magic City Trio
    10. King Kong Kitchie Kithcie Ki-Me-O - Chubby Parker
    11. Hop Along Peter - Fisher Hendley/His Aristocratic Pigs
    12. Horsie Keep Your Tail Up - Lew Childre
    13. Nick Nack Song, The - Ridgel's Fountain Citians
    14. Story That the Crow Told Me, The - The Carolina Buddies
    15. Sue Cow - Bo Carter
    16. Skip to Ma Lou, My Darling - Uncle Eck Dunford
    17. Cindy - Gene Austin
    18. Say Darling Say - Virginia Mountain Boomers
    19. Liza up in the Simmon Tree - Bradley Kincaid
    20. Old Bell Cow, The - Dixie Crackers
    21. George Washington - Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers
    22. Sourwood Mountain - Fruit Jar Guzzlers
    23. Angels Watching over Me - Utica Institute Jubilee Singers
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2051

  • Credits
    ProducerRichard Nevins; Richard Nevins (Compilation)

    Includes liner notes by Richard Nevins.
    Remastered directly from original 78s.
    Audio Remasterer: Richard Nevins.
    The Story That the Crow Told Me, Vol. 1 compiles a fun selection of rural folk songs for children. Included among these recordings of the 1920s and '30s are songs about cows, rabbits, birds, the barnyard, and classics like "Animals Coming In" ("...who built the ark? Noah, Noah...") and "King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me-O" ("froggy went a-courtin' and he did ride..."). Some of the performers, such as Bo Carter, will be familiar to fans of the Yazoo label, while other performers may be known to listeners of early rural recordings in general, such as Bradley Kincaid, Uncle Eck Dunford, and Clayton McMichen. Obviously, this album is not about presenting big names, nor is its focus excellent sound quality, since it draws from historical recordings of the 1920s and '30s. This album succeeds in gathering upbeat bluegrass and folk tunes with whimsical lyrics that can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. ~ Joslyn Layne

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