Classic Cuts, Vol. 3: More from the 1930's Plus [Box] *

Performers The Delmore Brothers

Jsp | June 24, 2008 | Compact Disc

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This third addition in JSP's final word on the Delmore Brothers might be the most wide-ranging in the series. While the first two volumes concentrated mostly on their 1930s recordings, this four disc edition covers much from the '40s and '50s as well. From early hillbilly boogie to group-harmonized country gospel, each disc focuses on a different stage of the Alabama twosome's expansive career. Disc A covers sessions for both the Bluebird and King labels and reveals a distinct evolution from their early mix of old-time and Piedmont blues to their later signature boogie sound. Disc B collects sides from three sessions the brothers did backing up Fiddlin' Arthur Smith in the late '30s. Disc C features tracks from the late '40s and early '50s when the brothers were members of two ensembles that played exclusively sacred music: the Harlan County Trio and the Brown's Ferry Four, an early country supergroup featuring Red Foley, Grandpa Jones, Merle Travis, and Wayne Raney. The Raney-fronted Delmores dominate Disc D, which compiles recordings from 1946 to 1951. With barnstormers such as "Jack and Jill Boogie," it's easy to hear how rock & roll was just around the corner.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 24, 2008

Genre: Honkytonk

Style: Country

Number of Discs: 4

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Jsp

UPC: 788065778422

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Classic Cuts, Vol. 3: More from the 1930's Plus [Box] *

Classic Cuts, Vol. 3: More from the 1930's Plus [Box] *

Performers The Delmore Brothers
Guest Artist(s) The Harlan County Trio

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: June 24, 2008

Genre: Honkytonk

Style: Country

Number of Discs: 4

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Jsp

UPC: 788065778422


Title Track Time
0.DISC 1: --
1.I Got the Kansas City Blues --
2.Keep the Camp Fires Burning --
3.Alabama Lullaby --
4.'Cause I Don't Mean to Cry When You're Gone --
5.Git Along --
6.I Wonder Where My Darling Is Tonight --
7.My Heart Will Be Crying --
8.Someday You'll Pay --
9.Take It to the Captain --
10.Boogie Woogie Baby --
11.Born to Be Blue --
12.Weary Day --
13.Darby's Ram --
14.Take It Out on the Door --
15.Gotta Have Some Lovin' --
16.Pan American Boogie --
17.Sand Mountain Blues --
18.I Swear by the Stars --
19.Life's Too Short --
20.Blues You Never Lose --
21.Field Hand Man --
22.I'll Be There --
23.Heartbreak Ridge --
24.How You Gonna Get Your Lovin' Done --
25.I Said Goodnight to My Darling --
0.DISC 2: --
1.Mocking Bird --
2.Smith's Waltz --
3.Doin' the Goofus --
4.There's More Pretty Girls Than One --
5.Bonaparte's Retreat --
6.Little Darling They Have Taken You From Me --
7.Never Alone --
8.Little Darling --
9.Cheatham County Breakdown No. 2 --
10.It's Hard to Please Your Mind --
11.Love Letters --
12.Walking in My Sleep --
13.Lonesome For You --
14.Sweet Heaven --
15.Beautiful Mabel Clare --
16.Beautiful Memories --
17.Beautiful Brown Eyes --
18.Nellie's Blue Eyes --
19.Across the Blue Ridge Mountains --
20.Lonesome Ramblers Blues --
21.More Like His Dad Every Day --
22.Henpecked Husband Blues --
23.Her Little Brown Hand --
24.Lost Love --
25.Paris Waltz --
0.DISC 3: --
1.Rockin' on the Waves --
2.If We Never Meet Again --
3.I'll Fly Away --
4.Lord Is Watching Over Me, The --
5.Everybody Will Be Happy (Over There) --
6.Hallelujah Morning --
7.Old Camp Meeting --
8.There's a Light Guiding Me --
9.Salvation Has Been Brought Down --
10.When the Good Lord Cares --
11.Over in Glory Land --
12.On the Jericho Road --
13.His Boundless Love --
14.I've Got the Old Time Religion in My Heart --
15.Rock of Ages Hide Through Me --
16.When He Blessed My Soul --
17.When the Redeemed Are Gathering In --
18.Show Me the Way --
19.God Will Guide You --
20.Atomic Telephone, The --
21.Ten Commandments --
22.John Three Sixteen --
23.My Father's Mansion --
24.Start to Praying --
25.I Cried Holy --
0.DISC 4: --
1.Fox Chase --
2.Green Valley Waltz --
3.Under the Double Eagle --
4.Fast Train Through Arkansas --
5.Jack and Jill Boogie --
6.Lonesome Wind Blues --
7.Lost John Boogie --
8.Jole Blon's Ghost --
9.Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me --
10.Del Rio Boogie --
11.Red Ball to Natchez --
12.Don't Know Why --
13.I've Done and Sold My Soul --
14.I Love My Little Yo Yo --
15.Pardon My Whiskers --
16.If You've Got the Money --
17.Real Hot Boogie --
18.My Annabelle Lee --
19.Family Tree Musta Fell on Me, The --
20.I Ain't Nothin' But a Tom Cat's Kitten --
21.I Had My Fingers Crossed --
22.Catfish Baby --
23.Blues at My Door --
24.When They Let the Hammer Down --
25.Steamboat Bill Boogie --

Editorial Notes

This third addition in JSP's final word on the Delmore Brothers might be the most wide-ranging in the series. While the first two volumes concentrated mostly on their 1930s recordings, this four disc edition covers much from the '40s and '50s as well. From early hillbilly boogie to group-harmonized country gospel, each disc focuses on a different stage of the Alabama twosome's expansive career. Disc A covers sessions for both the Bluebird and King labels and reveals a distinct evolution from their early mix of old-time and Piedmont blues to their later signature boogie sound. Disc B collects sides from three sessions the brothers did backing up Fiddlin' Arthur Smith in the late '30s. Disc C features tracks from the late '40s and early '50s when the brothers were members of two ensembles that played exclusively sacred music: the Harlan County Trio and the Brown's Ferry Four, an early country supergroup featuring Red Foley, Grandpa Jones, Merle Travis, and Wayne Raney. The Raney-fronted Delmores dominate Disc D, which compiles recordings from 1946 to 1951. With barnstormers such as "Jack and Jill Boogie," it's easy to hear how rock & roll was just around the corner.
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