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Kelly Harrell Vol 1 1925 - 1926



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Kelly Harrell Vol 2 1926 - 1929



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Leake County Revelers Vol 1 1927 - 1928

DOCD-8029 Leake Country Revellers Vol. 1 1927 � 1928) Leak County Revellers: Will Gilmer, vocal, fiddle; R.O. Mosley, mandolin; Jim Wolverton, banjo; Dallas Jones, guitar. Genres: Old Timey, Vintage country music, Country fiddle, Country string band. Informative booklet note by Tony Russell. Detailed discography. Abridged from DOCD-8029 booklet notes. The most famous string band in Mississippi in the '20s might just as accurately have called itself by another name. Two of its members lived in Sebastopol, the town where the four men first teamed up - and Sebastopol lies in Scott County. But only a walk from the Leake County line. The ensemble sound of the Leake County Revelers is highly distinctive. With fiddle and mandolin as joint lead voices and the guitar's rhythmic role somewhat understated, the music is light, cool and airy. It feels more old-fashioned than the hot, hard-driving stuff of contemporaries like the Skillet-Lickers (Document DOCD-8056 to DOCD-806) and is often closer in spirit to South-western bands like the East Texas Serenaders (Document DOCD-8031) or Taylor-Grigg's Louisiana Melody Makers, or even the African-American Dallas String Band (Document DOCD-5161).




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Leake County Revelers Vol 2 1929 - 1930



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East Texas Serenaders 1927 - 1937



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Alabama String Bands 1924 - 1937

Emerging from the static on these extremely rare recordings is excellent fiddling in a variety of styles by Alabamians whose fame did not extend far beyond the state lines.




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The Chattanooga Boys Allen Brothers Vol 1 1927 - 1930



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The Chattanooga Boys Allen Brothers Vol 2 1930 - 1932



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The Chattanooga Boys Allen Brothers Vol 3 1932 - 1934



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Sam McGee 1926 - 1934



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Nashville 1928

This is the first chapter of a long and winding tale: how a leafy Mid-Southern city with an attraction for the insurance business grew into the Third Coast of the American record industry. Yet the story of Music City USA opens not in Owen Bradley's Quonset hut or RCA's studio B, nor with independent labels of the '40s like Bullet Records, but in a temporary studio in a downtown office building, one week in 1928.




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Texas Fiddle Bands Vol 1 1925 - 1930



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