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CD D 103

FRANK LUTHER An Old Man’s Story. B.A.C.M. 103


Mixed bag from the versatile performer whose long career moved from 'classical' through hillbilly and eventually saw him become the biggest seller of recordings for children. Here we feature early recordings from his 'Hillbilly" era, 1928/34 when he was a close collaborator with Carson Robison.

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Track listing:

- Fate Of The Fleagle Gang
- A Mothers Plea
- Hello Young Lindy
- Nobody To Love
- Wonder Valley
- In The Baggage Coach Ahead
- When The Bloom Is On The Sage
- An Old Mans Story
- Grandmothers Bible
- Wanderers Warning
- When The White Azaleas Start Blooming
- Reformatory Blues
- How To Make Love
- He Was Once Some Mothers Boy
- Hallelujah Im A Bum
- I Dont Work For A Living
- Oh That Dumb Bell
- Popeye The Sailor Man
- Lonesome Melody
- Since My Mothers Gone
- Oh Dem Golden Slippers
- Climbing Up The Golden Stairs '

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Listen to sample tracks:

01-Fate-Of-The-Fleagle-Gang (1930)

18-Popeye-The-Sailor-Man (1934).


CDs by Frank Luther


CD D 103

FRANK LUTHER An Old Man’s Story. B.A.C.M. 103

Mixed bag from the versatile performer whose long career moved from 'classical' through hillbilly and eventually saw him become the biggest seller of recordings for children. Here we feature early recordings from his 'Hillbilly" era, 1928/34 when he was a close collaborator with Carson Robison.


More details            Price: USD $19.00           


CD D 53

CARSON ROBISON TRIO Old Kentucky Cabin. B.A.C.M. 53

More early (1920s/30s) recordings from this prolific singer/songwriter, accompanied on some of these 22 tracks by Frank Luther and Phil Crow.


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CD D 30

THE PANACHORD LABEL Early Country Music. B.A.C.M. 30

Fine selection of 1930s tracks from this label’s excellent roster of artistes; country music history, unearthed from the vaults.


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CD D 7

Frank Luther “Will the Angels Play Their Harps for Me”. B.A.C.M. 07

One of the most prolific recording artistes of the early era of hill billy recordings, he is nowadays best remembered for his collaborations with Carson Robison (hundreds of recordings together 1928-32 on various labels and under various names). Also recorded with wife Zora Layman and, later in his career a fine series of children’s recordings (some of us oldies well remember "The Three Billy Goats Gruff", often on BBC children's requests in the 1950s!). This CD has a mix of recording from his early career, mainly the early 1930s.


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