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Callahan Brothers-small-578-150
CD D 578


BACM’s first Callahan Brothers collection focuses mainly on their 1930s recordings, featuring their close harmony ‘White country yodelling-blues’ style. Songs a mix of old time country and Jimmie Rodgers numbers (several of the latter are adapted and retitled, for example Rodgers’ Mississippi Moon becomes North Carolina Moon and Blue Yodel No. 7 becomes I’ve Rode The Southern & The L&N ). Both brothers were accomplished musicians, Walter playing guitar and Homer variously guitar, fiddle and mandolin and on several tracks they are joined by the great Kentucky mandolinist Roy “Shorty” Hobbs.

Price: USD $16.00           

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Track listing:

- Crazy Feeling
- Days Are Blue
- Dovie Darling
- End Of Memory Lane
- Freight Train Whistle Blues No. 2
- Going To Heaven At My Own Expense
- I've Rode The Southern And The L & N
- Mama Don't Be So Mean To Me
- Mama Why Treat Me That Way
- Ninety Nine's My Name
- O Lord Show Me The Light
- Once I Had A Darling Mother
- Sad Memories
- She's Just That Kind No. 2
- T B Blues No. 2
- Take The News To Mother
- Away Out There
- Seventeen Years Ago
- Rounder's Luck
- Rattlesnakin' Daddy
- Price I Had To Pay
- North Carolina Moon
- New Birmingham Jail No. 3
- My Good Gal's Thrown Me Down > > >

Price: USD $16.00           

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Listen to sample tracks:

02-Days-Are-Blue (1935)

23 New-Birmingham-Jail-No3 (1934)