That's my rabbit, my dog caught it : traditional Southern instrumental styles.

Title
That's my rabbit, my dog caught it : traditional Southern instrumental styles.
Publication
New York : New World Records, [1978], ℗1978.

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1 audio disc (51 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono; 12 in.
Note
  • At head of title: Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
  • Folk music; various instrumentalists from the southern United States.
  • Historical notes by Mark Wilson, with bibliography, discography, and personnel listings (4 p.) on container and bound in.
Event (note)
  • Recorded 1925-1977.
Contents
Groundhog (Marion Reese) -- The old gray horse (Obed Pickard) -- My pretty little pink (I.D. Stamper) -- Granny went to meeting with her old shoes on (Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Judd) -- Spanish fandango (Pete Steele) -- Run, banjo (Justice Begley) -- Pearly dew (Lena Hughes) -- Blues (Hobart Smith) -- Lights in the valley (Neriah and Kenneth Benfield) -- Lost boy blues (Palmer McAbee) -- Fe fe ponchaux (Joseph Falcon) -- Kimball House (Ezra "Ted" Hawkins) -- The last of Sizemore (Luther Strong) -- Hunky dory (Alva Greene) -- Bigfooted nigger (The Helton Brothers) -- That's my rabbit, my dog caught it (The Walter Family) -- Rymer's favorite (Allen Sisson) -- Le rille Cajun (Dennis McGee and Earnest Fruge) -- Lost Indian (Louis H. Propps) -- Peacock rag (Arthur Smith and his Dixieliners) -- Bibb County hoedown (John Dilleshaw, Seven Foot Dilly and his Dill Pickles) -- Jig (Bill Boyd and his Cowboy Ramblers).
LCCN
78750471
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries