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Banjo and fiddle

Banjo and fiddle [sound recording].
Franklin Center, Pa. : Franklin Mint Record Society, p1983.

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Additional Authors
  • Reno, Don.
  • Smiley, Red, 1925-1972.
  • Flatt, Lester.
  • Scruggs, Earl.
  • Clements, Vassar.
  • Keith, Bill, 1939-
  • Rooney, Jim.
  • Trent, Buck.
  • Hinton, W. A.
  • Poole, Charlie, 1892-1931.
  • Harvey, Roy.
  • Smith, Arthur, 1921-
  • Monroe, Bill, 1911-1996.
  • Berline, Byron.
  • Acuff, Roy.
  • Magness, Tommy.
  • Jackson, Tommy.
  • Thomason, Benny, 1909-
  • Gimble, Johnny.
  • Chatwell, J. R.
  • Forrester, Howdy, 1922-1987.
  • Fox, Curly.
  • Stanley Brothers. prf
  • Foggy Mountain Boys. prf
  • Solomon & Hughes (Musical group) prf
  • Leake County Revelers. prf
  • Saddle Tramps (Musical group) prf
  • Country Music Foundation.
2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo., mono.; 12 in.
Series Statement
Greatest country music recordings of all time ; 57-58
  • Franklin Mint Record Society: FMRS-CW-057--FMRS-CW-058 (matrix).
  • Country music.
  • "The Country Music Foundation Official Archive Collection"--Container.
  • Pressed in maroon-colored vinyl.
  • Program notes by Dean Crum ([8] p. : ill.) laid in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded 1920s-1960s.
  • Record no. 57, Side A: Earl's breakdown (Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs) ; Follow the leader (Don Reno and Red Smiley) ; Hard times (Stanley Brothers) ; Devil's dream, sailor's hornpipe (Bill Keith and Jim Rooney) ; Banjo Buck (Buck Trent) ; Cripple Creek (Foggy Mountain Boys) -- Side B: The old folks (Soldier's joy) (Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, and the Foggy Mountain Boys) ; Leather britches (W.A. Hinton) ; Southern medley (Charlie Poole and Roy Harvey) ; Feudin' banjos (Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith and Don Reno) ; Banjo buster (Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith) ; Nashville skyline rag (Earl Scruggs).
  • Record no. 58, Side A: Little Rock getaway (Vassar Clements) ; The gold rush (Bill Monroe ; Byron Berlin, fiddle) ; Blackberry blossoms ("Fiddlin'" Arthur Smith) ; Wednesday night waltz (Leake County Revelers) ; Pretty little widow (Roy Acuff ; Tommy Magness, fiddle) ; Bonaparte's retreat (Tommy Jackson) -- Side B: Ragtime Annie (Solomon and Hughes) ; Tom and Jerry (Benny Thomason) ; Gardenia waltz (Johnny Gimble) ; Hot as I am (Saddle Tramps ; J.R. Chatwell, fiddle) ; The memory waltz (Howdy Forrester) ; The mockingbird reel (Curley Fox).
Call Number
*LZR 7400 v. 57-58 (F)
Banjo and fiddle [sound recording].
Franklin Center, Pa. : Franklin Mint Record Society, p1983.
Greatest country music recordings of all time ; 57-58
Featuring Earl Scruggs, Vassar Clements, and various country music banjoists and fiddlers.
Recorded 1920s-1960s.
Added Author
Reno, Don. Performer
Smiley, Red, 1925-1972. Performer
Flatt, Lester. Performer
Scruggs, Earl. Performer
Clements, Vassar. Performer
Keith, Bill, 1939- Performer
Rooney, Jim. Performer
Trent, Buck. Performer
Hinton, W. A. Performer
Poole, Charlie, 1892-1931. Performer
Harvey, Roy. Performer
Smith, Arthur, 1921- Performer
Monroe, Bill, 1911-1996. Performer
Berline, Byron. Performer
Acuff, Roy. Performer
Magness, Tommy. Performer
Jackson, Tommy. Performer
Thomason, Benny, 1909- Performer
Gimble, Johnny. Performer
Chatwell, J. R. Performer
Forrester, Howdy, 1922-1987. Performer
Fox, Curly. Performer
Stanley Brothers. Performer
Foggy Mountain Boys. Performer
Solomon & Hughes (Musical group) Performer
Leake County Revelers. Performer
Saddle Tramps (Musical group) Performer
Country Music Foundation.
Publisher No.
FMRS-CW-057 Franklin Mint Record Society
FMRS-CW-058 Franklin Mint Record Society
Research Call Number
*LZR 7400 v. 57-58 (F) Container and liner notes on file.
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