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Uncle Dave Macon - Classic Sides 1924-1938 Album

Uncle Dave Macon - Classic Sides 1924-1938 Album
Title:
Classic Sides 1924-1938
Performer:
Uncle Dave Macon
Style:
Folk, Country
Released:
2004
Catalog:
JSP7729
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2599 mb
FLAC album size:
1497 mb
Genre:
Label:
JSP Records

Tracklist


1Late Last Night When My Willie Comes Home
2Tennessee Jubilee
3 CD B - New York 1926-1927
4I's Gwine Back To Dixie
5Susie Lee
6Hold Onto The Sleigh
7Stop That Knocking At My Door
8Run
9Station Will Be Changed After A While
10All In Down And Out Blues
11The Cross Eyed Butcher And The Cackling Hen
12Wreck Of The Old Tennessee Gravy Train
13The Gal That Got Stuck On Everything She Said
14Since Baby's Learned To Talk
15Only As Far As The Gate Dear Ma
16Go Along Mule
17When The Harvest Days Are Over
18Old Dan Tucker
19Two In One, Chewing Gum
20Tennessee Red Fox Chase
21Uncle Dave's Travels Part 2 (Around Louisville, Kentucky)
22Over The Mountain
23I'm A Goin' Away In The Morn
24Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy
25Tell Her To Come Back Home
26Rise When The Rooster Crows
27We Are Up Against It Now
28Walking In The Sunlight
29Sleepy Lou
30Kissin' On The Sly
31Uncle Dave's Travels Part 3 (In And Around Nashville)
32Country Ham And Red Gravy
33Man That Rode The Mule Around The World
34Uncle Dave's Travels Part 1 (Misery In Arkansas)
35I've Got The Morning Blues
36Down By The River
37Summertime On The Beeno Line
38Shall We Gather At The River
39She's Got The Money Too
40Diamond In The Rough
41Rabbit In The Pea Patch
42The Bum Hotel
43Walk Tom Wilson, Walk
44Grey Cat On The Tennessee Farm
45Comin' Round The Mountain
46Old Ties
47Old Ship Of Zion
48My Daughter Wished To Marry
49I'll Never Go There Anymore (The Bowery)
50Mysteries Of The World
51The Old Man's Drunk Again
52Buddy Won't You Roll Down The Line
53Life And Death Of Jesse James
54Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel
55Molly Married A Traveling Man
56Carve That Possum
57Over The Road I'm Bound To Go
58Hop High Ladies, The Cake's All Dough
59Uncle Dave's Beloved Solo
60Hold That Woodpile Down
61The Bible's True
62Way Down The Old Plank Road
63Going Across The Sea
64Worthy Of Estimation
65More Like Your Dad Every Day
66 CD A - New York 1924-1926
67Peek-A-Boo
68The New Ford Car
69For Goodness Sakes Don't Say I Told You So
70Sassy Sam
71Bake That Chicken Pie
72Uncle Dave's Travels Part 4 (Visit At The Old Maid's)
73Arcade Blues
74Oh Baby, You Done Me Wrong
75Poor Sinners Fare You Well
76I'll Tickle Nancy
77From Earth To Heaven
78When Reubin Comes To Town
79Whoop 'Em Up Cindy
80The Gayest Old Dude That's Out
81Watermelon Smilin' On The Vine
82Tom And Jerry
83You've Been A Friend To Me
84Deliverance Will Come
85Wouldn't Give Me Sugar In My Coffee
86 CD C - New York, Chicago 1927-1929
87Sail Away Ladies
88I'm The Child To Fight
89All Go Hungry Hash House
90Rock Around My Saro Jane
91Farm Relief
92 CD D - Chicago, Jackson, Richmond, New Orleans, Charlotte 1929-1938
93So' Fly, Don't Bother Me
94On The Dixie Bee Line (In That Henry Ford Of Mine)
95Honest Confession Is Good For The Soul
96Are You Washed In The Blood Of The Lamb
97Cumberland Mountain Deer Race
98Maple On The Hill
99He's Up With The Angels Now
100Sourwood Mountain Medley
101Death Of John Henry (Steel Driving Man)
102Darling Zelma Lee
103Governor Al Smith
104I'll Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy


Credits


  • Liner NotesPat Harrison
  • Sleeve [Art]Andrew Aitken Design


Notes


CD's are in separate jewel cases. Set is in thin cardboard box.

CD C and CD D have wrong dates listed in the title on the back. The front dates are correct.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 788065772925
  • Other (Disc A): JSP7729 A
  • Other (Disc B): JSP7729 B
  • Other (Disc C): JSP7729 C
  • Other (Disc D): JSP7729 D


Album


Classic Sides 1924-1938. Born less than half-a-decade after the end of the Civil War and performing well into the 1950s, Uncle Dave Macon was the link between the original roots of modern country music and the next generation of performers led by the Carter Family. Although Macon did not begin his professional career until the 1920s, much of his repertoire consisted of songs he must have first heard as a young man in Tennessee, including blackface minstrel tunes, gospel, work songs, comic banjo workouts, and traditional folk tunes like his early signature song Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy. Listen free to Uncle Dave Macon Classic Sides 1924-1938 Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy, Down by the River and more. 100 tracks . Uncle Dave Macon David Harrison Macon, October 7, 1870 March 22, 1952 also known as The Dixie Dewdrop was an American old-time banjo player, singer, songwriter, and comedian. Known for his chin whiskers, plug hat, gold teeth, and gates-ajar collar, he gained regional fame as a vaudeville performer in the early 1920s before becoming the first star of the Grand Ole Opry in the latter half of the decade. Uncle Dave Macon October 7, 1870 March 22, 1952, born David Harrison Macon-also known as The Dixie Dewdrop-was an American old-time banjo player, singer, songwriter, and comedian. Compilation album by Uncle Dave Macon. Disc A: New York 1924-1926. Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy. Down by the River. Old Dan Tucker. Station Will Be Changed After a While. Going Across the Sea. Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine. All Go Hungry Hash House. Old Ship of Zion. Rise When the Rooster Crows. Way Down the Old Plank Road. The Bible's True. Late Last Night When My Willie Comes Home. I've Got the Morning Blues. Death of John Henry Steel Driving Man. Box Set. Uncle Dave Macon Artist Format: Audio CD. Uncle Dave Macon was a very talented man in his time. It is always a good thing to collect these sounds and play them to our children so they will get a feeling of the older times. Read more. Disc IDs 0. Cover Art 0. Uncle Dave Macon on 1928-07-25 and Sam McGee on 1928-07-25. Worthy of Estimation. I'm the Child to Fight. by Uncle Dave Macon. Released: May 24, 2004. Track Listing. Uncle Dave's Beloved Solo. The Old Man's Drunk Again. Early Recordings Uncle Dave Macon album. Redirected from Early Recordings Uncle Dave Macon. Early Recordings are the early recordings of Uncle Dave Macon, released in 2001 and recorded between 1924-1925. Old Man's Last Hope 2:29. Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy 2:28. Hill-Billie Blues 2:51. All I've Got's Gone 2:36. The Fox Chase 2:42. Papa's Billie Goat 2:44. The Old Log Cabin In The Lane 2:46. She Was Always Chewing Gum 2:51. See a detailed Uncle Dave Macon timeline, with an inside look at his albums, children, awards & more through the years. Classic Cuts, Vol. 2: 1924-38 released. Award2006. Grammy Hall of Fame. Albumиюл 12, 2004. Classic Sides D: 1929-1938. Classic Sides D: 1929-1938 released. Songиюн 21, 2004. Uncle Dave Macon. 1 Tracks. songs table