Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz

Document Records
Country Music Pioneers on Edison Records Volume 2 (1923 - 1929)

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Jasper Bisbee
01 - McDonald's Reel Listen

The Blue Ridge Duo
02 - Little Brown Jug Listen
03 - Susie Ann Listen

Allen Sisson
04 - Farewell Ducktown Reel Listen

Fiddlin' Powers and Family
05 - Cripple Creek Listen

Vernon Dalhart
06 - Zeb Turney's Gal Listen

The Dixie Mountaineers
07 - Hand Me Down my Walking Cane Listen

John Baltzell
08 - Arkansas Traveler Listen

The Dixie Mountaineers
09 - Careless Love Listen

Frank Wallace and His Guitar
10 - Blue Yodel Listen

Posey Rorer's NC Ramblers
11 - We'll Understand It Better By and By Listen
12 - Wild and Reckless Hobo Listen

Frank Luther & His Pards
13 - Jack of All Trades Listen

Frankie Marvin
14 - In the Jailhouse Now Listen

Frank Luther & His Pards
15 - How to Make Love Listen

The Jimson Brothers
16 - The Wednesday Night Waltz Listen
17 - Waiting for a Train Listen

Carson Robison's Madcaps
18 - Stuff Listen

Various Artists
Genres: Vintage Country, Old Timey.

Extensive booklet note by Larry Tedder.

As with our two volume set, Jazz & Blues on Edison Records, there was such a treasure trove of Country Music Recordings left to us in the Unissued Thomas Edison Archive that one CD issue just couldn't contain it all. The recordings here cover the years 1923 through 1929, and are taken from both Diamond Disc and Lateral Cut Test Pressings. There are many original songs presented, and also some "cover" recordings of songs made famous by Jimmie Rodgers, such as Frankie Marvin performing Blue Yodel No. 1 and the vocal duo of Frank Luther and Carson Robison (under the pseudonym "The Jimson Brothers") with Waiting for a Train. This issue has been a long time in coming, and we do hope our efforts here have made it well worth the wait. Enjoy!!!

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