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CD D 24

ARTHUR FIELDS & FRED HALL Eleven More Months & Ten More Days. B.A.C.M. 24

Prolific and gifted songwriters they composed all 21 songs featured here, all recorded in the 1930s. Best are their humorous songs.


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CD D 493

ASA MARTIN. Old Time Picking & Singing. BACM CD 493.

Fine acoustic hillbilly from the late 1920s to early ‘30s, featuring Asa Martin, Kentucky farmer and one of the early pioneers of recorded country music. 24 great recordings, mostly just Asa and guitar, accompanied by the legendary Doc Roberts on fiddle. Some awesome guitar/fiddle duets including Brickyard Joe (Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, fiddle with Asa Martin, guitar, recorded 1928).


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CD D 34

BILL CARLISLE Duvall County Blues (early recordings 1933). B.A.C.M. 34

20 historic recordings, mainly just Bill singing solo with guitar, bluesy numbers many in the style of Jimmie Rodgers; see also recordings with Brother Cliff (the Carlisles, BACM 167).


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CD D 270

BLUEBIRD LABEL Classic Country Music. B.A.C.M. 270

Another delve into country music history, to bring you this fine mix of late 1930s-early ‘40s styles from Victor’s budget label.


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CD D 263

BOB MILLER ’Leven Cent Cotton Forty Cent Meat. B.A.C.M. 263

24 songs from the 1920s and 30s from this prolific songwriter/singer and political commentator. Wide variety of styles and genres - from comedy to topical story songs.


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CD D 214

BUELL KAZEE Legendary Kentucky Ballad Singer Vol. 2. B.A.C.M. 214

More 1920s songs from the banjo playing singer of traditional ballads, with distinctive interpretations of classic songs. Track 16, Hobo's Last Ride is an early, sung version, of the 'The Last Ride', later recorded as a narration, by Hank Snow and others.


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CD D 27

BUELL KAZEE Legendary Kentucky Ballad Singer. B.A.C.M. 27

22 Brunswick label tracks from 1927/28 by this fine traditional banjo playing singer, Great version of poignant Civil War ballad, "Faded Coat of Blue".


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CD D 336

CAL SHRUM Vol. 2 Rodeo Rhythm. B.A.C.M. 336

Recorded between 1938 and 1953, this is a companion to CD169; 30 recordings, mixed bag of Old Time, Hillbilly, Western Swing and instrumentals


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CD D 481

CARSON ROBISON & HIS PIONEERS – Radio Shows. BACM CD 481

For our 6th Carson Robison collection, something different, five radio shows recorded in London in the 1930s with 31 songs wrapped around with the usual homespun chat and comedy from Carson and pals.


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CD D 331

CARSON ROBISON A Long Long Ways From Home. B.A.C.M. 331

22 1930s recordings from the prolific singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist; tracks cross a wide range of styles from comedy to topical pieces


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CD D 21

CARSON ROBISON Goin Back To Texas. B.A.C.M. 21

Prolific songwriter and recording artist who also featured on many of Vernon Dalhart's recordings; here, 17 tracks including some 'both sides' of the issued 78rpm discs.


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CD D 104

CARSON ROBISON Transatlantic Traveller. B.A.C.M. 104

Another selection of recordings by the prolific singer/ songwriter, this time, 20 songs recorded 1926/39.


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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 244

CHUBBY PARKER & His Old Time Banjo. B.A.C.M. 244

21 real Old Time songs recorded 1927/31, sung by Chubby self-accompanying on banjo, a classic restored from the Archive vaults and well deserving a listen.


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CD D 239

CHUCK WAGON GANG Secular And Sacred Songs. B.A.C.M. 239

A selection of sentimental and sacred songs recorded 1936-54 from this four-piece harmony group. Led by David “Dad” Carter they were originally The Carter Quartet; the first 15 songs on this collection date from the late ‘30s, a mix of contemporary hillbilly and Cowboy songs, tight harmony singing, somewhat sweeter in sound than the ‘Other’ Carter Family, with mandolin and guitar accompaniment. The final nine tracks, all in the sacred/gospel genre, date from the early 1950s when they had deservedly become country music legends and gospel icons. Superb, easy listening.


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CD D 81

CLAYTON McMICHEN The Legendary Fiddler. B.A.C.M. 81

The old time fiddler is showcased on these 24 recordings from between 1926 and 1939, either as soloist or accompanist. Vocalists include Riley Puckett, Slim Bryant and Bob Miller


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CD D 142

CLAYTON McMICHEN The Legendary Fiddler Vol. 2. B.A.C.M. 142

Another selection of brilliant recordings by one of the all time great fiddlers; 20 tracks recorded from 1927/39 in a variety of line ups which feature some of the most brilliant country musicians of the era.


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CD D 32

CLIFF CARLISLE Far Beyond The Starry Sky. B.A.C.M. 32

Twenty 1930s recordings from steel guitar master Carlisle in Jimmie Rodgers style - a singer he accompanied on record back in the 1930s.


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CD D 274

DOCK BOGGS & EMRY ARTHUR. B.A.C.M. 274

12 songs from Virginian Dock Boggs and 12 from Kentuckian Emry Arthur - hard core old time country from the 1920s and 30s.


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CD D 280

DYKES’ MAGIC CITY TRIO/ ROBINETTE & MOORE. B.A.C.M. 280

The 22 tracks here cover the complete 1920s recordings of these two groups and including some fine virtuoso fiddle playing from both.


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CD D 350

ELTON BRITT & FRIENDS Vol. 3 Recorded 1933–1941. B.A.C.M. 350

Something special for Elton’s fans and collectors – recordings with various groups cut during his early career.


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CD D 109

ELTON BRITT Early Recordings 1933-1937. B.A.C.M. 109

Going back further into the vaults than CD86, this CD contains 20 rare recordings from 1933-37 by this top yodeler, in various guises.


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CD D 86

ELTON BRITT Jackass Blues. B.A.C.M. 86

24 1940s recordings from one of the all time great country yodelers accompanied on some by top girl yodeler Rosalie Allen, all from his RCA years. Several classic country songs given the distinctive Britt treatment.


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CD D 283

ERNEST HARE as HOBO JACK TURNER. B.A.C.M. 283

20s/30s popular country songs many of them classics of the 'outdoor vagabond' genre, sung in great style in his 'Hobo Jack' persona.


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CD D 31

ERNEST THOMPSON Pioneer Artist From North Carolina. B.A.C.M. 31

One of the first country artists on record, these songs from his first recordings in 1924 contain a mix of instrumentals and traditional songs in his distinctive high pitched delivery.


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CD D 147

EZRA & HIS BEVERLY HILL BILLIES. B.A.C.M. 147

35 transcriptions for radio, recorded 1939/40 by this influential hillbilly band led by Ezra Paulette (vocal, yodel, fiddle) and which featured an ever changing line up of superb musicians including Hank Skillet (fiddle) and Zeke Manners (accordion).


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FIDDLIN’ SID HARKREADER Early Opry Star B.A.C.M. 424

A slice of country music history, early recordings from this accomplished fiddler and singer, an early sidekick to Uncle Dave Macon and who continued playing the Grand Ole Opry through to the early '60s. Nice collection of songs, many later becoming huge sellers for other artists.


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CD D 202

FISHER HENDLEY & His Aristocratic Pigs. B.A.C.M. 202

Interesting slice of early country history from this banjo player of high quality with a great voice and showmanship; 22 recordings mainly from the 1930s (one from 1925) in a variety of styles, four of them featuring Henry Whitter (see our collection on CD 348).


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CD D 151

FLEMING & TOWNSEND Little Home Upon The Hill. B.A.C.M. 151

Rare recordings from this distinctive singing and yodeling duo, self accompanying on guitar and mandolin.


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CD D 7

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

Had a long association with Carson Robison on a whole host of record labels. A star in his own right he recorded hundreds of cowboy and novelty songs. Later did a series of children’s recordings. Married to Zora Layman


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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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CD D 505

Frank WELLING & John McGHEE – I Wants My Lulu.

A fine rootsy old timey duo, Frank Welling on steel and guitar, John McGhee on harmonica and guitar, sentimental harmonies on a mix of religious and sentimental songs with a few humorous numbers for good measure. Recorded 1928-31, nice harmonies, style somewhat akin to but smoother than, Darby and Tarlton. Female voices on some tracks from either Welling’s wife or McGhee’s daughter.


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CD D 3

Frankie Marvin “Early recordings by Gene Autry’s No. 1 Sideman”. B.A.C.M. 03

Song writer and steel guitarist, he appeared with Gene Autry for many years as comedian and stunt man. Born in Oklahoma 1904 - Died in 1985 at age 81. Performed on many occasions with older brother Johnny (another talented singer/musician recording artiste - some of Johnny's recordings are showcased on our BACM CD 75).


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FRANKIE MARVIN – Vol 2. BACM CD 509

A second collection of Marvin’s recordings, mainly from the late 1920s, including several delightful covers of Jimmie Rodgers songs including Way Up On The Mountain, Treasures Untold and Muleskinner Blues.


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CD D 111

GENE AUTRY – Vol. 6. Texas Blues – Early Rare Recordings. B.A.C.M. 111

More early recordings (1929-37) some from his 'Jimmie Rodgers stylist' phase before he became famous as a cowboy singing movie star.


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CD D 82

HARRY McCLINTOCK The Great American Bum. B.A.C.M. 82

Legendary performer who lived his songs and wrote them. Fine versions, cowboy, comedy and sentimental songs performed in a stripped down style. 22 tracks, late 20s/early 30s.


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HARRY McCLINTOCK Vol. 2 . Plus Other Artists. BACM 502

A treat for Old Timey fans – 24 historic tracks. First, 12 great more Harry McClintock recordings, several of which became classics (The Texas Rangers, Jesse James, Goodbye Old Paint etc). The remainder, an assortment of songs from the same era and similar genre by various artists including Bill Cox and Dwight Butcher.


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CD D 348

HENRY WHITTER Early Country Artist. B.A.C.M. 348

Wonderfully archaic selection of old time songs from 1923/28 by this pioneer of the harmonica/guitar combination including his influential "Wreck of the Southern Old '97".


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CD D 554

HOT GUITARS Vol. 1 Early Country Hillbilly & Jazz CD 554

BACM’s first volume of early jazz-influenced country guitar maestros includes the legendary Les Paul, Karl Farr and Leroy “Slim” Johnson (both of whom added their guitar magic to many of the great Sons Of The Pioneers recordings) – plus some amazing performances from guitar virtuoso Herb Kratoska. Also 8 tracks by Les Paul’s mentor and one time musical partner, multi-instrumentalist Joe Wolverton. The four Les Paul Trio tracks include Chet Atkins’ elder bother Jim Atkins on rhythm guitar/ vocals and future Nashville A-List session man Ernie Newton on bass. Stand out track, an upbeat jazzy I’ll Take You Home Kathleen by Joe Wolverton & His Boys. Superb Karl Farr guitar solos on the two 1938 Gene Autry tracks.


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CD D 211

HUGH CROSS Old Time Music From The Smoky Mountains. B.A.C.M. 211

Late 1920s/early 30s music from this singer-guitarist joined on some tracks by Riley Puckett and Clayton McMichen. Nice collection of classic old time country songs in authentic style.


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CD D 122

J. E. MAINER’S MOUNTAINEERS 1935-1939. B.A.C.M. 122

This fine group bridged the gap between Old Time and Bluegrass, as these 23 recordings from 1935-39 show.


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CD D 180

JIMMIE DAVIS Where The Old Red River Flows. B.A.C.M. 180

Well known as the Governor of Louisiana and composer of one of the most popular country songs of all time ("You are my sunshine"), he in fact made many fine recordings with a variety of accompanists - showcased in this selection of 24 songs recorded between 1929 and 1945, some featuring his Jimmie-Rodgers inspired yodeling.


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CD D 75

JOHNNY MARVIN I’m The Man Who’s Been Forgotten. B.A.C.M. 75

Just like the title song says, this once popular artist is sadly now largely forgotten; this despite his many talents. He recorded in a variety of genres and styles through his career but these early songs (1920s/30s) are mainly Country.


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KARL & HARTY – Vol. 2 Old Time Harmony Singing. B.A.C.M. 430

Brilliant old time harmony singing with guitar / mandolin from this fine Kentucky duo whose compositions were widely recorded including by the Everly Brothers whom they influenced.


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CD D 168

KARL & HARTY Old Time Harmony Singing. B.A.C.M. 168

Fine harmony from this non-brother duo with a mixture of traditional mountain ballads and popular songs of the day. These 21 songs range from 1931 to 1945.


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LEW CHILDRE. THE BOY FROM ALABAM. BACM CD 510

Long overdue, a collection to celebrate this legendary country entertainer – singer, reciter, buck dancer, comedian, storyteller whose career stretched from vaudeville and playing in jazz groups in the 1920s to becoming an Opry regular in the 40s and 50s . One of those happy-go-lucky, easy on the ear vocal styles. Our CD, mix of old timey and humorous, many featuring his distinctive steel guitar and fine dobro from the great Josh Graves. Five early recordings from the 1930s, 16 Starday LP cuts from the late 1950s plus a couple of radio broadcasts.


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LULU BELLE & SCOTTY Vol. 2 BACM CD 535

Lots of enthusiasm for our first collection released in early 2011, so we’ve at last compiled a Volume 2, rarities, mainly from the late’40s (6 tracks released on ‘picture’ 78rpms) and early ‘50s. Nice Lulu Belle solo interpretation of Jimmie Rodgers’ Any Old Time. Big thanks to Al Turner for the tracks and Don Cusic for the insert notes.


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CD D 67

MAC & BOB Songs For Country Home Folks Vol. 1. B.A.C.M. 67

1920s/30s influential duo (big influence on Monroe Bros, Blue Sky Boys), blind from birth, singing old time songs with mandolin and guitar accompaniment.


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CD D 116

MAC & BOB Songs For Country Home Folks Vol. 2. B.A.C.M. 116

They were big influences on the Blue Sky Boys and the Monroes with their very early combination of guitar, mandolin and harmony singing; 22 songs recorded 1927-1944. Companion to CD 67.


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CD D 84

PICKARD FAMILY Walking In The Parlour. B.A.C.M. 84

21 great early recordings of old traditional songs from 1927-30 from this group who made their Grand Ole Opry debut in 1927.


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RENFRO VALLEY REVISITED. BACM CD 526

Another crop of fine recordings from the legendary Renfro Valley Barn Dance, a companion to our MEMORIES OF RENFRO VALLEY, CD41 released back in 2003 and still available. To quote from Bryan Chalker’s sleeve notes: “These delightfully nostalgic performances are rekindling a lost age of innocence, country living and good old fashioned pickin’ and grinning”!


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CD D 115

RILEY PUCKETT Gonna Raise A Ruckus Tonight. B.A.C.M. 115

22 more songs (see BACM 040) from this legendary singer/guitarist. On several of these 1934-39 recordings he is accompanied by various old time bands/groups.


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CD D 40

RILEY PUCKETT There’s A Hard Time Coming. B.A.C.M. 40

A legendary blind singer/ guitarist who began recording in the mid 1920s. This CD holds a 21 track selection of his output from the 1920s to 1940s - featuring his famous bass runs. Definitive rendition of "I get The Blues when it rains".


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CD D 89

ROY ACUFF In The Shadow Of The Smokies. B.A.C.M. 89

A collection of 1940s/50s recordings from "The King of the Grand Ole Opry".


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CD D 10

Shelton Brothers “Rompin’ and Stompin’ Around”. B.A.C.M. 10

Exceptional duo Bob and Joe from pre-war days. Mandolin and guitar accompaniment they appeared with the Sunshine Boys on many recordings. Recorded for Decca records in the USA. They helped Jimmie Davis with musical backing in his campaign for governor of Louisiana.


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CD D 370

SHELTON BROTHERS Vol. 2 Beautiful Louisiana. B.A.C.M. 370

This companion volume to CD 10 finds the brothers in their heyday from 1935-47 with Old Timey and Swing styles in abundance.


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SHELTON BROTHERS Vol. 3 CD 562

This third collection spans the Shelton Brothers entire recording career from their first sessions in 1935 through to their last - two tracks from a 1961 E.P. Over the years they progressed from a Southeastern-flavoured harmony duo with Bob (v. and guitar) and Joe (v. and mandolin) plus fiddler Curly Fox - to hot western swing, featuring some of the top musicians of the era. A really enjoyable hour’s listening, nice mix of styles and tempos.


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CD D 224

SUNSET VALLEY BARNDANCE. B.A.C.M. 224

We are glad to have restored this great selection of music from several artists of Scandinavian descent recorded in the 1940s as radio transcriptions for KTSP Minnesota; nice mix, yodeling, polkas, cowboy ballads - 29 songs including several classics, first class country.


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CD D 101

TEX MORTON Across The Great Divide. B.A.C.M. 101

New Zealand yodeler/ guitarist, influenced by Jimmie Rodgers, Harry Torrani and Goebel Reeves he had his own distinctive style - well showcased on this 27 song collection from the late 30s/ early '40s.


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Tex Owens – Red Horse Ranch 1935 BACM CD 551

Several Tex Owen recordings were featured on our Texas Rangers CD 285 including his historic 1934 recording of Cattle Call, a song which helped earn his early induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame. An accomplished yodeller, he sadly recorded very little commercially, and we are delighted to be now issuing this new compilation, 40 songs and instrumentals taken from the radio serial Life On Red Horse.


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CD D 324

TEXAS & OKLAHOMA Duos & Trios 1935’1940. B.A.C.M. 324

Some brilliant but very rare tracks. Complete released recordings by The three Williamsons, The Rambling Rangers, Ike Cargill and The Stalsby Family - from 1937, 1938, 1935 and 1940 respectively - authentic1935-1940 Country.


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CD D 57

THE COLUMBIA LABEL Classic Old Time Music. B.A.C.M. 57

An excellent mix of old time songs from the 20s to early 30s including tracks by Gid Tanner/Riley Puckett , Dan Hornsby and Dock Walsh.


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CD D 77

THE DECCA 5000 series Classic Country Music. B.A.C.M. 77

A fine mix of 30s/40s recordings, including from Riley Puckett and The Carlisle Brothers, from the great Decca 5000 "Hillbilly" series.


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CD D 308

THE EDISON LABEL Classic Old Time Music. B.A.C.M. 308

Historic early old time collection from the 1920s; interesting mix selected from the huge Edison output with influential and gifted performers including Posey Rorer, Vernon Dalhart and Fiddling Powers Family


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CD D 223

THE HILL BILLIES Vol. 4 Hilly Billy Band. B.A.C.M. 223

Our earlier releases (CDs 4, 113 and 114) triggered many requests for ‘more please” – so we’ve hunted around the Archive and put together another selection, more classic 'Cowboy & Western" songs from this talented group who were deservedly very popular in their era.


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CD D 235

THE HILL BILLIES Vol. 5 The Last Of The Hill Billies. B.A.C.M. 235

Our 5th collection from the Hillbillies - more of their class performances.


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THE MELOTONE LABEL – Various Artists. BACM CD 563

Another treat for collectors of classic hillbilly music, 25 tracks released between 1932 and 1937. Artists ranging from the obscure to the legendary, the latter including Bill Carlisle, a young Elton Britt and rare early tracks from Patsy Montana and Tex Ritter. Several songs in the Jimmie Rodgers country blues style.


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CD D 22

THE ORIGINAL BEVERLY HILL BILLIES. B.A.C.M. 22

This group was launched in 1930 on station KNPC in Beverly Hills, LA as a novelty act, playing 'Musical hillbillies, come into town from out thar in the hills", and rapidly built a massive fan base. Superb musicians and entertainers with an enormous repertoire of songs they had a big influence on the early Sons Of The Pioneers among others. Here we have selected 24 songs from 1930-1937 showing this historically important band in their various formations of members.


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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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THE PANACHORD LABEL Vol. 2 Various Artists CD 560

BACM issued its first collection from Panachord back in 2002 (BACM CD30) and 15 years later are delighted to issue this second collection. Another treasure trove of early 1930s hillbilly, some of the artistes well known like The Carlisle Brothers, W. Lee O’Daniel & His Light Crust Doughboys and harmony group the Beverly Hillbillies – others obscure.


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CD D 552

The Randall Sisters (The Aaron Sisters)-On Air 1934. BACM 552

The Randall Sisters (The Aaron Sisters)-On Air 1934. BACM 552 Tight harmony nasal singing from the three Aaron sisters (a.k.a. The Randall Sisters), taken from their 1933-34 appearances on Wade Lane’s syndicated transcription series Pinto Pete & His Ranch Boys. Nice mix of hillbilly, novelty and sentimental tunes – all give the impression that singers and musicians alike are having fun.


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CD D 131

THE TOBACCO TAGS Get Your Head In Here. B.A.C.M. 131

Excellent musicianship (two mandolins and guitar) and gentle harmony - old songs from the 30s including some comedy tracks.


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CD D 129

THE VICTOR LABEL Classic Old Time Music. B.A.C.M. 129

A dig deep into the Archive for a selection of historical country recordings, some from as early as 1925.


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THE VICTOR LABEL Vol. 2 – Classic Old Time Music. BACM CD 498

True ‘roots of country’ – really rare and historic recordings from the 1920s and 30s, Lovingly restored from original 78s.


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CD D 140

THE VOCALION LABEL Classic Old Time Music. B.A.C.M. 140

Delightful eclectic mix of historic 1920s/30s 'country roots' music from a great variety of talented bands, 23 performances in all.


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CD D 20

UNCLE HENRY’S ORIGINAL KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEERS Vol. 1 B.A.C.M. 20

27 1940s transcriptions, nice mix of old timey and contemporary hillbilly instrumentals.


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Wade Mainer & Associates – B.A.C.M. 454

24 tracks from 1936/37, early roots recordings by one of the all time great country-banjo stylists, and featuring a variety of line ups including many of the top musicians of their era. Selection of great traditional songs many of which became country and bluegrass standards. Nice variety of styles and tempos. Thanks are due for the sleeve notes to musicians A.G. & Kate who worked alongside Wade on his 1983 tour of Holland..


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