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Great selection of some of the earliest country artists.
 



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Early Country Artists Vol. 2 includes some of the 1st great
recorded American Country Artists.
Recorded in the mid 1920ís these artists were from the
Carolinas and Georgia regions in the U.S.
The country music genre became popular when the
recording executives realized that there was a vast
profitable music market that was untapped.
Most of these recordings were recorded with microphones
so that the recorded sound is very faithful to the original groups.
This music is authentic, genuine and exciting.

Represented in Volume 2 are
Ernest V. Stoneman & Dixie Mountaineers,
Ernest Thompson, Burnett & Rutherford
,  Charlie Poole & North Carolina Ramblers,
Asa Martin and Lulu Jackson
.
 

All recordings are from the original source material
and digitally re-mastered to reduce surface noise.

Roll up the rug and enjoy this great Vintage Country.

 


 

Early Country Songs, Vol. 2 (Legendary Bluegrass Artists) [Recorded 1924-1932]

 

1-When Youíre All In Down And Out [Recorded 1924] Ernest Thompson

2-Whistling Rufus [Recorded 1924] Ernest Thompson

3-The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane [Recorded 1926] Ernest V. Stoneman And His Dixie Mountaineers

4-Sourwood Mountain [Recorded 1926] Ernest V. Stoneman And His Dixie Mountaineers

5-Till The Snowflakes Fall Again [Recorded 1927] Ernest V. Stoneman

6-The Old Hickory Cane [Recorded 1927] Ernest V. Stoneman

7-Little Stream Of Whiskey [Recorded 1926] Burnett And Rutherford

8-A Short Life Of Trouble [Recorded 1926] Burnett And Rutherford

9-Good Bye Booze [Recorded 1926] Charlie Poole And His North Carolina Ramblers

10-Budded Rose [Recorded 1926] Charlie Poole And His North Carolina Ramblers

11-The Wayward Boy [Recorded 1927] Charlie Poole And His North Carolina Ramblers

12-Good Bye Mary Dear [Recorded 1927] Charlie Poole And His North Carolina Ramblers

13-She Ainít Built That Way [Recorded 1929] Asa Martin

14-ThereIs No Place Like Home For A Married Man [Recorded 1929] Asa Martin

15-Where Is My Sweetie Now? [Recorded 1933] Asa Martin

16-Thereís No Place Like Home For A Married Man [Recorded 1933] Asa Martin

17-Careless Love Blues [Recorded 1932] Lulu Jackson

18-Youíre Going To Leave The Old Home, Jim?  [Recorded 1932] Lulu Jackson



 



 



 

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