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Ernest Stoneman-CD584-150
CD D 584

ERNEST V. STONEMAN – Old Time Singing & Playing. BACM CD 584


Our first Ernest Stoneman compilation, 23 tracks recorded between 1926 and 1934 by this prolific early country music artist – who in later years achieved a new lease of performing success with family members as ‘Pop’ Stoneman. Classic old timey tunes and songs.

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Track listing:

- Broke Down Section Hand
- The East Bound Train
- Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
- Old Time Corn Shuckin’ Pts. 1 & 2
- Sourwood Mountain
- Going Up Cripple Creek
- Ida Red
- In The Shadow Of The Pine
- I've Got A Bulldog
- Old Dad
- Girl I Left Behind In Sunny Tennessee
- New River Train
- Poor Tramp
- Kenny Wagner’s Surrender
- May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister
- My First Bicycle Ride
- Old Maid And The Burglar
- Story Of The Mighty Mississippi
- Till The Snowflakes Fall
- Lonesome Road Blues
- Two Little Orphans
- West Virginia Highway
- Sunny Home In Dixie



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CD D 608

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CD D 609

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CD D 610

Gather Round – Western Swing & Country Music In West Texas & New Mexico 1946-56. BACM 610

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CD D 605

PHIPPS FAMILY – Sing The Carter Family. BACM 605

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CD D 606

NOVELTY ACES – Transcriptions & Broadcasts. BACM 606

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CD D 607

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CD D 602

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