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Fields Wards And His Buck Mountain Band - Early Country Music (Vol.1) album download

Fields Wards And His Buck Mountain Band - Early Country Music (Vol.1) album download Performer: Fields Wards And His Buck Mountain Band
Album: Early Country Music (Vol.1)
Released: 1972
Style: Country, Folk, Hillbilly
Size MP3: 1800 mb.
Size FLAC: 1749 mb.
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Way Down In North Carolina
Written-By – Fields Ward
A2 Ain't That Trouble In Mind
Written-By – Fields Ward
A3 The Sweetest Way Home
Written-By – Trad*
A4 My Only Sweetheart
Written-By – Trad*
A5 Goodbye Little Bonnie
Written-By – Trad*
A6 Watch And Pray
Written-By – Trad*
A7 The New River Train
Written-By – Trad*
A8 Those Cruel Slavery Days
Written-By – Fields Ward
B1 I Got A Bulldog
Written-By – Trad*
B2 Say Darling Say
Written-By – Fields Ward
B3 John Hardy
Written-By – Trad*
B4 No One Loves You As I Do
Written-By – Trad*
B5 The Birds Are Returning
Written-By – Trad*
B6 Tie Up Those Broken Chrods
Written-By – Trad*
B7 You Must Be A Lover Of The Lord
Written-By – Trad*
B8 I Am Gonna Marry That Pretty Little Girl
Written-By – Trad*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Historical Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Banjo – Sampson Ward (tracks: A1 to A6, A8, B4 to B7)
  • Banjo, Violin, Vocals – Sweet Brothers (tracks: B1 to B3, B8)
  • Guitar, Vocals – Fields Ward (tracks: A1 to A6, A8, B4 to B7)
  • Harmonica, Autoharp – Ernest Stoneman (tracks: A1 to A6, A8, B4 to B7)
  • Liner Notes – Arnold S. Caplin
  • Liner Notes [Discographial Notes] – Fields Ward
  • Mastered By [Mastering] – Paul Cady
  • Producer – Arnold S. Caplin
  • Violin – Eck Dunford* (tracks: A1 to A6, A8, B4 to B7)
  • Violin, Guitar – Sweet Brothers (tracks: A7)
  • Vocals – Ernest Stoneman (tracks: A7)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Ernest Stoneman (tracks: B1 to B3, B8)

Notes

Recorded March 12-16, 1929, Richmond, Indiana.

"Country Series"
Historical Records Inc., Box 4204
Bergen Station, Jersey City, New Jersey 07304

Never before on 78 rpm or LP.
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