Mountain Music Show 10/22/13

This week on the Mountain Music Show I featured some songs that were popular during the years 1910-1920. This was a follow-up show to the 7/30/13 one that featured songs from 1895-1910. The earlier show had mostly rags, this one has more bluesy tunes & some waltzes.

Cauley Family - Duplin County Blues (I Don't Love Nobody/I Ain't Got Nobody)
Burnett & Rutherford - All Night Long Blues
Enoch Rutherford - Little Liza Jane
Carolina Tar Heels - Her Name Was Hula Lou

The Blue Sky Boys - Are You From Dixie
The Skillet-Lickers - Alabama Jubilee
Wade Ward - Chicken Reel
Henry Reed - It's a Long Way Back to Tipperary
American Quartet with Harry MacDonough - When I was Twenty-One and You Were Sweet Sixteen

Rebekah Bolt - Cricket on the Hearth (live Henry Reed Fiddlers Convention 2012)
Jim Lloyd and The Skyliners - Waiting For The Robert E. Lee
Kessinger Brothers - Steamboat Bill
Mobile Strugglers - Memphis Blues
Callahan Brothers - St. Louis Blues

Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers - A Kiss Waltz
Pete McMahan - Missouri Waltz
Jim Scarnelli, Tom Malboeuf, & Jim Greene - Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Billy Murray - The Little Ford Rambled Right Along

The Mountain Music Show airs each week on WNRV from 2-3 PM on Tuesday and 6-7 PM on Thursday. Tune in on AM 990 or our live stream. Downloads of some previous shows are available in our Archives/Podcasts area.

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