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Songs and music
|Additional Physical Format:||(OCoLC)3295132|
|Material Type:||Music, Sound recording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Montana Slim; Clayton McMichen; Jimmie Rodgers; Gene Autry; Milton Brown; Patsy Montana; Roy Acuff; Ted Daffan; Harry Choates; Merle Travis; Bob Wills; Johnny Gimble; Bill Monroe; Charlie Monroe; Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.; Carter Family (Musical group); Hackberry Ramblers.; Brownies (Musical group); Blue Sky Boys.; Prairie Ramblers.; Smoky Mountain Boys.; Texas Playboys.; DRAM (Online service)
At head of title: Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Country, cajun, bluegrass, and cowboy music; various performers.
Fat boy rag is in stereo.
Historical notes by Douglas B. Green, with selected lyrics, bibliography, discography, and personnel listings (6 p., ill.) on container and bound in.
Includes program notes.
Title from image of compact disc cover on Web page (viewed July 10, 2007).
|Event notes:||Recorded 1929-75.|
|Details:||Mode of access: World Wide Web.; System requirements: Web browser; QuickTime 6.5.2 or later.|
|Contents:||Georgia wildcat breakdown (Clayton McMichen and his Georgia Wildcats) --
Blue yodel no. 11 (Jimmie Rodgers) --
Sweet Fern (Carter Family) --
Dreaming with tears in my eyes (Jimmie Rodgers) --
Gospel ship (Carter Family) --
Fais de ça (Hackberry Ramblers) --
The last roundup (Gene Autry) --
Forgotten soldier boy (Monroe Brothers) --
Ida, sweet as apple cider (Milton Brown and his Brownies) --
There'll come a time (Blue Sky Boys) --
I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheart (Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers) --
The rescue from Moose River Gold Mine (Wilf Carter) --
Railroad boomer (Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain Boys) --
Born to lose (Ted Daffan's Texans) --
It won't be long (Harry Choates) --
Chant of a traveler (Sons of the Pioneers) --
Dark as a dungeon (Merle Travis) --
Cotton eyed Joe (Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys) --
Fat boy rag (Johnny Gimble and his jam-session band).