The Art of Old-Time Mountain Music

~ Release by Various Artists (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Old Molly Hare
recorded in:
North Carolina, United States (on 1974-04-29)
recording engineer:
Blanton Owen (on 1974-04-29)
producer:
Tom Carter (US bluegrass/old-time musician (bass/fiddle/banjo/mandolin)) and Blanton Owen
piano and spoken vocals:
Haywood Blevins (on 1974-04-29)
Haywood Blevins2:04
2Old Blind Sow, She Stole the Middlins
recorded in:
Marion, United States
recording engineer:
Art Rosenbaum (artist) (on 1965-12-29)
producer:
Bob Carlin
banjo:
Art Rosenbaum (artist) (on 1965-12-29)
fiddle:
John W. Summers (on 1965-12-29)
guitar:
Pat Dunford (field recordist) (on 1965-12-29)
John W. Summers1:38
3The High Toned Dance
recorded in:
San Diego, United States (in 1982-05)
recording engineer:
Lou Curtiss (in 1982-05) and Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (in 1982-05)
producer:
Lou Curtiss and Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
fiddle:
Art Galbraith (in 1982-05)
guitar:
Gordon McCann (in 1982-05) and Glenn Ohrlin (in 1982-05)
vocals:
Glenn Ohrlin (in 1982-05)
Glenn Ohrlin3:36
4Po' Black Sheep
recorded in:
Nashville, United States (in 1942)
recording engineer:
John Wesley Work (John Wesley Work III) (in 1942)
producer:
Bob Carlin
banjo:
Nate Frazier (in 1942)
fiddle:
Frank Patterson (early fiddle player) (in 1942)
vocals:
Nate Frazier (in 1942)
Frazier & Patterson3:13
5High On a Mountain
recorded in:
Pennsylvania, United States (in 1972)
recording engineer:
Gei Zantzinger (in 1972)
producer:
Ken Irwin, Marian Leighton, Bill Nowlin (Rounder Records), Gei Zantzinger and Ruth Zantzinger
banjo:
Ola Belle Reed (old-time singer & banjo player) (in 1972)
fiddle:
John Miller (US fingerstyle guitarist, Country Cooking bassist) (in 1972)
guitar:
Alan Reed (guitarist) (in 1972), Bud Reed (in 1972) and David Reed (US guitarist and singer, son of Ola Belle Reed) (in 1972)
vocals:
Ola Belle Reed (old-time singer & banjo player) (in 1972)
recording of:
High on a Mountain (in 1972)
composer:
Ola Belle Reed (old-time singer & banjo player)
Ola Belle Reed2:36
6McMinnville's Breakdown
recorded in:
Kentucky, United States (on 1998-07-16)
recording engineer:
Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (on 1998-07-16)
banjo:
Paul Smith (Banjo) (on 1998-07-16)
fiddle:
Owen "Snake" Chapman (on 1998-07-16)
guitar:
Bert Hatfield (on 1998-07-16)
Owen "Snake" Chapman1:44
7One More River to Cross
recording engineer:
Gus Meade and Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
producer:
Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
banjo:
Speedy Tolliver
fiddle:
Wilson Douglas
guitar:
Doug Meade
Wilson Douglas1:54
8Rocky MountainBruce Molsky and Big Hoedown3:29
9Protecting the Innocent
recorded in:
Princeton, United States (in 1975)
recording engineer:
Joan Fenton (in 1975)
producer:
Joan Fenton
banjo:
Oscar Wright (in 1975)
guitar:
Eugene Wright (son of Oscar Wright) (in 1975)
Oscar & Eugene Wright2:38
10Death of J.B. Marcum
recorded in:
Irvine, United States (in 1972)
recording engineer:
Gus Meade (in 1972) and Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (in 1972)
autoharp:
Buz Brazaele (in 1972)
banjo:
Earl Barnes (in 1972)
fiddle:
Jim Gaskin (in 1972)
guitar:
Asa Martin (in 1972)
vocals:
Asa Martin (in 1972)
Asa Martin2:23
11Benton's Dream
recorded in:
North Carolina, United States (in 1973-08)
recording engineer:
Bill Nowlin (Rounder Records) (in 1973-08)
fiddle:
Benton Flippen (in 1973-08)
guitar:
Larry Flippen (in 1973-08), Paul Sutphin (old-time music) (in 1973-08) and Gilmer Woodruff (in 1973-08)
mandolin:
Hoyle Jones (in 1973-08)
Smokey Valley Boys3:01
12The House Carpenter
recorded in:
Virginia, United States (on 1974-03-07)
recording engineer:
Tom Carter (US bluegrass/old-time musician (bass/fiddle/banjo/mandolin)) (on 1974-03-07)
producer:
Tom Carter (US bluegrass/old-time musician (bass/fiddle/banjo/mandolin)) and Blanton Owen
banjo:
Dorothy Rorick (on 1974-03-07)
vocals:
Dorothy Rorick (on 1974-03-07)
Dorothy Rorick3:04
13Rabbit, Where's Your Mammy?
recorded in:
Sunnyside, United States (on 1997-08-19)
recording engineer:
Kerry Blech (on 1997-08-19) and Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (on 1997-08-19)
fiddle:
Jim Herd (on 1997-08-19)
guitar:
Stan Jackson (on 1997-08-19)
Jim Herd1:23
14Black Eyed Daisy
recorded in:
Durham, United States (in 1988)
recording engineer:
Wayne Martin (Smithsonian Folkways) (in 1988)
producer:
Wayne Martin (Smithsonian Folkways)
fiddle:
Joe Thompson (US fiddler) (in 1988) and Odell Thompson (in 1988)
vocals:
Joe Thompson (US fiddler) (in 1988) and Odell Thompson (in 1988)
recording of:
Black Eyed Daisy (in 1988)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 3426)
Joe & Odell Thompson3:29
15The Boatman Song
recorded in:
Charlotte, United States (on 1995-02-25)
recording engineer:
Bob Carlin (on 1995-02-25)
producer:
Bob Carlin
banjo:
Marvin Gaster (on 1995-02-25)
fiddle:
Rich Hartness (on 1995-02-25)
guitar:
Beth Hartness (on 1995-02-25)
Marvin Gaster1:51
16Kick Up a Devil of a Row
recorded in:
Kentucky, United States (on 1974-04-03)
recording engineer:
Gus Meade (on 1974-04-03) and Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (on 1974-04-03)
banjo:
Bob Prater (on 1974-04-03)
fiddle:
Charlie Kinney (on 1974-04-03)
guitar:
Buddy Thomas (old-time fiddler) (on 1974-04-03)
Charlie Kinney1:12
17Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
recorded in:
Bel Air, United States (in 1972)
recording engineer:
Bill Nowlin (Rounder Records) (in 1972) and Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (in 1972)
producer:
Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
solo vocals:
Fields Ward (in 1972)
recording of:
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (The Dying Cowboy) (in 1972)
lyricist:
Edward Hubbell Chapin (poet 19th cent)
composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
Fields Ward3:51
18Red bird
recorded in:
Statesville, United States (on 1971-04-10)
recording engineer:
Ted Osborn (on 1971-04-10)
editor:
Charles Faurot
fiddle:
Clark Kessinger (on 1971-04-10)
guitar:
Gene Meade (on 1971-04-10)
Clark Kessinger2:33
19Farewell Trion
recording engineer:
Glenn Barrett (in 1985)
producer:
Bob Carlin (in 1985)
banjo:
Bob Carlin (in 1985)
fiddle:
James Bryan (American fiddle player) (in 1985)
guitar:
Norman Blake (bluegrass guitarist) (in 1985)
Bob Carlin & James Bryan2:41
20Lost Indian
recording engineer:
Alan Jabbour (in 1972)
producer:
Ken Irwin, Marian Leighton and Bill Nowlin (Rounder Records)
fiddle:
Mose Coffman (in 1972)
Mose Coffman1:46
21Old Time Fire on the Mountain
recorded in:
North Carolina, United States (on 1974-08-12)
recording engineer:
Tom Carter (US bluegrass/old-time musician (bass/fiddle/banjo/mandolin)) (on 1974-08-12)
producer:
Tom Carter (US bluegrass/old-time musician (bass/fiddle/banjo/mandolin)) and Blanton Owen
banjo:
Dent Wimmer (on 1974-08-12)
fiddle:
Sam Connor (fiddler) (on 1974-08-12)
Sam Conner & Dent Wimmer2:16
22Fox Chase
recorded in:
North Carolina, United States (on 1975-09-21)
recording engineer:
Kip Lornell (on 1975-09-21)
producer:
Bob Carlin
banjo:
Dink Roberts (old-time banjo player) (on 1975-09-21)
vocals:
Dink Roberts (old-time banjo player) (on 1975-09-21)
recording of:
Fox Chase (folk tune) (on 1975-09-21)
composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
Dink Roberts2:22
23Tucker's Barn
recorded in:
Deep Gap, United States (in 1964)
recording engineer:
Ralph Rinzler (in 1964)
producer:
Ralph Rinzler
fiddle:
Gaither Carlton (Fiddle & banjo player from Deep Gap, NC) (in 1964)
guitar and spoken vocals:
Doc Watson (US guitarist, singer & songwriter) (in 1964)
Gaither Carlton & Doc Watson3:03
24Feed My Horse on Corn and Hay
recorded in:
Kentucky, United States (on 1973-08-29)
recording engineer:
Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (on 1973-08-29)
fiddle:
Perry Riley (on 1973-08-29)
guitar:
Annadene Fraley (on 1973-08-29)
Perry Riley1:33
25I'm a Long Time Travelling Here Below
recorded in:
Boston, United States (in 1975)
recording engineer:
Bill Nowlin (Rounder Records) (in 1975)
solo vocals:
Almeda Riddle (in 1975)
performer:
Mark Wilson (technical/producer) (in 1975)
Almeda Riddle3:55
26Blackberry Blossom
recorded in:
Asheville, United States (in 1993-08)
recording engineer:
Adam Greenberg (in 1993-08)
producer:
Gordy Hinners and Phil Jamison
banjo:
Gordy Hinners (from 1993-05 until 1993-08, in 1993-08)
bass:
John Lilly (in 1993-08)
double bass [bass]:
John Lilly (from 1993-05 until 1993-08)
fiddle:
Ralph Blizard (US old time fiddler) (from 1993-05 until 1993-08, in 1993-08)
guitar:
Phil Jamison (from 1993-05 until 1993-08, in 1993-08)
recorded at:
Whitewater Recording in Asheville, United States (from 1993-05 until 1993-08)
recording of:
Blackberry Blossom (from 1993-05 until 1993-08)
composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
Ralph Blizard & The New Southern Ramblers2:57
27Go On, Nora Lee
recorded in:
Jackson, United States (on 1930-12-17)
producer:
Charles K. Wolfe
banjitar:
Sam McGee (on 1930-12-17)
banjo:
Uncle Dave Macon (on 1930-12-17)
vocals:
Uncle Dave Macon (on 1930-12-17) and Sam McGee (on 1930-12-17)
Uncle Dave Macon & Sam McGee3:10
28A Conversation with Death
recorded in:
North Carolina, United States (in 1965-11)
recording engineer:
John Cohen (folk musician and musicologist, 1932-2019) (in 1965-11)
producer:
John Cohen (folk musician and musicologist, 1932-2019) and Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
solo vocals:
Lloyd Chandler (in 1965-11)
recording of:
O Death
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 4933)
Lloyd Chandler4:09

Credits

Release

liner notes:Kerry Blech
mastering:Jeff Whitehead
compiler:Kerry Blech
ASIN:US: B00008J2LH [info]