Clarence Ashley - Greenback Dollar: 1929-1933 mp3 downloadPerformer: Clarence Ashley
Title: Greenback Dollar: 1929-1933
Style: Traditional Folk,Appalachian,Folksongs,North American Traditions,Old-Timey
Date of recording: October 14, 1928 - September 8, 1933
Size MP3 version: 1170 mb
Size FLAC version: 1419 mb
Size WMA version: 1820 mb
Format: ASF AIFF DTS APE TTA MP1
Clarence Ashley - Greenback Dollar: 1929-1933 mp3 download
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Now County has collected his important early work on Greenback Dollar. A spunky version of "Little Sadie" gets things started, a woeful tale of cold-blooded murder and swift justice. The steady rhythm of Ashley's banjo infuses the piece with an infectious energy.
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Consumer Guide Album. Clarence Ashley: The Music of Clarence "Tom" Ashley 1929-1933: Greenback Dollar Always a card, st/banjoist Ashley was still blacking up with the Stanley Brothers in the '40s. He had such a good ear that his 1962 arrangement of the then obscure "Amazing Grace" eventually made it the best-known song in America. Well before then, in his thirties, he recorded one of Harry Smith's greatest hits, "Coo Coo Bird," and the rest of these three-minute songs.
Artist: Clarence "Tom" Ashley. Album: Greenback Dollar (1929-1933), 2007. Clarence Ashley Old John Hardy. Now playing: Toto Africa.
Ashley was born Clarence Earl McCurry in Bristol, Tennessee in 1895, the only child of George McCurry and Rose-Belle Ashley. Those who knew George McCurry described him variously as a "one-eyed fiddler, hell-raiser, and big talker. Shortly before Clarence was born, Rose-Belle's father, Enoch Ashley, discovered that his son-in-law George was an adulterer. George was forced to leave town Repertoire and influence. In Greenback Dollar: The Music of Clarence "Tom" Ashley. County Records, 2001. a b c d Minnie Miller, Scott Moore (e.
Greenback Dollar (The Music Of Clarence "Tom" Ashley 1929-1933).
|1||Little Sadie Traditional||Clarence Ashley||2:53|
|2||Greenback Dollar||Clarence Ashley feat: Ashley & Foster||3:08|
|3||Frankie Silvers||Clarence Ashley feat: Byrd Moore & His Hot Shots||3:18|
|4||Coo Coo Bird T. C. Ashley / Traditional||Clarence Ashley||2:58|
|5||Rude and Rambling Man||Clarence Ashley feat: The Carolina Tar Heels||3:20|
|6||Baby All Night Long||Clarence Ashley feat: Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers||2:48|
|7||Drunk Man Blues||Clarence Ashley feat: Ashley & Foster||3:09|
|8||House Carpenter Traditional||Clarence Ashley||3:16|
|9||My Sweet Farm Girl||Clarence Ashley feat: Ashley & Foster||3:04|
|10||Short Life of Trouble Traditional||Clarence Ashley feat: Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers||2:48|
|11||You Are a Little Too Small||Clarence Ashley feat: The Carolina Tar Heels||3:05|
|12||Old John Hardy||Clarence Ashley||3:27|
|13||Corrina, Corrina||Clarence Ashley feat: Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers||3:05|
|14||Sadie Ray||Clarence Ashley feat: Ashley & Foster||3:13|
|15||3 Men Went a Huntin'||Clarence Ashley feat: Byrd Moore & His Hot Shots||2:40|
|16||Naomi Wise||Clarence Ashley||2:53|
|17||Haunted Road Blues||Clarence Ashley feat: Ashley & Foster||3:12|
|18||Train Done Left Me||Clarence Ashley feat: The Carolina Tar Heels||3:11|
|19||Dark Holler||Clarence Ashley||2:58|
|20||Times Ain't Like They Used to Be||Clarence Ashley feat: Ashley & Foster||2:56|
CreditsAshley & Foster - Performer, Primary Artist
Clarence Ashley - Banjo, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
T. C. Ashley - Composer
Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers - Performer, Primary Artist
The Carolina Tar Heels - Primary Artist
Garley Foster - Guitar, Harmonica
Gwen Foster - Guitar, Harmonica
Christopher C. King - Production Coordination, Remastering
Byrd Moore - Guitar, Vocals
Byrd Moore & His Hot Shots - Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer
Robert Vosgien - Digital Mastering
Doc Walsh - Banjo
Joe "Flip" Wilson - Liner Notes