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|Named Person:||Ray Hicks|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Holt; Josh Goforth; Arthur Smith; Jimmy Rogers; Mississippi John Hurt
|Notes:||"A two-man tornado of tunes and tales"--Container.
Notes by David Holt and Josh Goforth including information about each track and credits on container insert.
|Performer(s):||David Holt, banjo, steel guitar, acoustic guitar, mouth bow, washboard, bones and spoons, harmonica, flat foot dancing, vocals ; Josh Goforth, guitar, fiddle, mandolin, paper bag, stump fiddle, vocals.|
|Event notes:||Recorded live at the National Storytelling Festival, Jonesborough Tenn.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. : + 1 booklet.|
|Contents:||Aunt Zip at 105 (0:56) --
Black-eyed Susie (1:47) --
Morris Norton's tune bow and paper bag (0:40) --
Cripple Creek (1:46) --
Guitar boogie / Arthur Smith (1:57) --
My last meal / Jimmy Rogers (4:01) --
Things are coming my way (2:15) --
Grandad's gator guards (4:13) --
Sourwood Mountain (1:53) --
Etta Baker at 180 mph (1:30) --
Railroad Bill (3:17) --
I've got the blues and can't be satisfied / John Hurt (2:03) --
Country communion (1:23) --
Jesus said go (2:26) --
Ray Hicks, the all-day talker (4:31) --
Bones, spoons and fiddle tunes (3:34).
|Responsibility:||David Holt and Josh Goforth.|