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James H. Montgomery Music Collection Container List

CDs: Single Artists

Box 1: CD Box 1: A-Cr

Abshire, Nathan, His Pine Grove Boys, the Balfa Brothers. Master of the Cajun Accordion: The Classic Swallow Recordings. Ace Records CDCHD 1348, 2013.

Acuff, Roy. The Crazy Tennesseean. Catfish Records KATCD 200, 2001.

Adkins, Hobo Jack and His Kentucky Pals. Early Bluegrass. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 432, 2013.

Allen, Red. The Folkways Years: 1964-1983. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40127, 2001.

Allen, Red, Frank Wakefield, the Kentuckians. Keep on Going: The Rebel and Melodeon Recordings. Rebel Records REB CD 1127, 2004.

Allen, Red. Lonesome and Blue: The Complete County Recordings. Rebel Records REB CD 1128, 2004.

Ardoin, Amede. Mama, I’ll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings of Amede Ardoin, 1929-1934. Tompkins Square TSO 2554, 2011. 2 discs.

Arnold, Jimmy. Riding with Ol’ Mosby. Rebel Records REB CD 7513, 2006.

Ashley, Clarence “Tom” and Tex Isley. Clarence Tom Ashley and Tex Isley Play and Sing American Folk Music. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FA 2350, 2007.

Ashley, Clarence “Tom.” The Music of Clarence “Tom” Ashley, 1929-1933: Greenback Dollar. County Records CD 3520, 2001.

Auldridge, Mike and Bob Brozman and David Grisman. Tone Poems III: The Sounds of the Great Slide and Resophonic Instruments. Acoustic Disc ACD-42, 2000. Includes separate booklet.

Austin Lounge Lizards. Paint Me on Velvet. Flying Fish Records FF 70618, 1993.

Axton, Hoyt. Flashes of Fire: Hoyt’s Very Best 1962-1990. Raven Records RVCD-181, 2004.

Bailes Brothers. 2010: 20 Songs. Gusto Records GT7-2169-2, 2010.

Bailes Brothers. Remember Me: The Legendary King Sessions, 1946. Bear Family Records BCD 17132 AH, 2012.

Bailey, DeFord. The Legendary DeFord Bailey: Country Music’s First Black Star. Tennessee Folklore Society TFS-122, 1998.

Baker, Eldon and His Brown County Revelers. When the Roses Bloom in Dixieland. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 145, 2006.

Baker, Etta. Railroad Bill. Sire Records 91006-2, 1999.

Balfa Brothers. The Balfa Brothers Play Traditional Cajun Music, Volume 1 and 2. Swallow Records 6011, 2005.

Ball, E.C. and Orna. Through the Years: 1937-1975. Copper Creek Records CCCD-0141, 1997.

Balsam Range. Papertown. Mountain Home Music MH14042, 2012.

Barker, Horton. Traditional Singer. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FA 2362, 2007.

Barnes, Danny. Dirt on the Angel. Terminus Records 0303-2, 2003.

Barrier Brothers. Bluegrass Classics. British Archive Country Music BACM CD D 398, 2012.

Bashful Brother Oswald. Don’t Say Aloha. Rounder Records CD 0080, 1998.

Baugus, Riley. Long Steel Rail. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 4019, 2006.

Black Twig Pickers. Rough Carpenters. Thrill Jockey Records 309, 2013.

Blake, Norman. The Fields of November/Old and New. Flying Fish Records FF 70004, 1992.

Blake, Norman and Tut Taylor. Flat Pickin’ in the Kitchen. Tutlee Records TL 1001, 1997.

Blake, Norman. Old Ties. Rounder Records 1166-11583-2, 2002.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys, CD B. JSP Records 7782B, 2007.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys, CD C. JSP Records 7782C, 2007.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys, CD D. JSP Records 7782D, 2007.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys, CD E. JSP Records 7782E, 2007.

Blue Sky Boys. Farm and Fun Time Favorites: Volume 1. Copper Creek Records CCCD-0125, 1994.

Blue Sky Boys. On Radio: Volume 1. Copper Creek Records CCCD-0120, 1993.

Blue Sky Boys. On Radio: Volume 2. Copper Creek Records CCCD-0121, 1993.

Blue Sky Boys. On Radio: Volume 4. Copper Creek Records CCCD-0146, 1997.

Boggs, Dock. His Folkways Years: 1963-1968. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW 40208, 1998. 2 discs.

Brown, Milton and His Musical Brownies. Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, Disc 1: Brownies Stomp. Proper Records P1333, 2005. Includes separate booklet.

Brown, Milton and His Musical Brownies. Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, Disc 2: Brownies Special. Proper Records P1334, 2005.

Brown, Milton and His Musical Brownies. Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, Disc 3: Easy Ridin’ Papa. Proper Records P1335, 2005.

Brown, Milton and His Musical Brownies. Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, Disc 4: Keep a Knockin’. Proper Records P1336, 2005.

Buckingham, Bob and Friends. My Friend Is a Mule in the Mines. Dark Holler HOLLR881, 1999.

Buehling, Clarke. Out of His Gourd: Early American Gourd Banjo Instrumentals and Songs. [Clarke Buehling] 8-37101-33662-8, [2007].

Busby, Buzz. Going Home: Greatest Starday Recordings. Starday Records SD-0123-2, 2003.

Butler, Carl and Pearl Butler. Don’t Let Me Cross Over. Highland Music NCD-2396-2, 1996.

Cage, Butch and Willie B. Thomas. Old Time Black Southern String Band Music. Arhoolie Records CD 9045, 2006.

Campbell, Jimmy. Pieces of Time. Red Clay Records RC CD 113, 1996.

Campbell, Jimmy. Young Opry Fiddler. Pinecastle Records PRC 1025, 1993.

Carlin, Bob and John Hartford. The Fun of Open Discussion. Rounder Records CD 0320, 1995.

Carlisle, Cliff. Blues Yodeler and Steel Guitar Wizard. Arhoolie Records CD 7039, 1996.

Carlisle, Cliff. Cliff Carlisle: A Country Legacy, 1930-1939: CD A. JSP Records 7732 A, 2004.

Carlisle, Cliff. Cliff Carlisle: A Country Legacy, 1930-1939: CD B. JSP Records 7732 B, 2004.

Carlisle, Cliff. Cliff Carlisle: A Country Legacy, 1930-1939: CD C. JSP Records 7732 C, 2004.

Carlisle, Cliff. Cliff Carlisle: A Country Legacy, 1930-1939: CD D. JSP Records 7732 D, 2004.

Carlisle, Cliff. Far Beyond the Starry Sky. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 032, 2002.

Carlton, Gaither. Gaither Carlton. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC118, 2010.

Carolina Chocolate Drops. Dona Got a Ramblin’ Mind. Music Maker MMCD76, [2006].

Carson, Fiddlin’ John. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 4: 17 March 1926 to 11 October 1927. Document Records DOCD-8017, 1997.

Cash, Johnny. Ring of Fire: CD 1. IMC Music GLD 25345-1, 1999.

Cash, Johnny. Ring of Fire: CD 2. IMC Music GLD 25345-2, 1999.

Cash, Johnny. Ring of Fire: CD 3. IMC Music GLD 25345-3, 1999.

Chapman, Owen “Snake.” Up in Chapman’s Hollow. Rounder Records CD 0378, 1996.

Chuck Wagon Gang. Headed for the Promised Land. Sony Music Special Products A 28910, 1998.

Chuck Wagon Gang. Higher: 1950 Dallas Session. Copper Creek Records CCRD-7005, 2003.

Cipolla, Rudy. Mandolin Maestro. Rounder Records ED 12136-7032-2, 1999.

Cleveland, Michael. Flame Keeper. Rounder Records 82161-0494-2, 2002.

Cockerham, Fred. Fred Cockerham. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC101, 2004.

Cohen, John. Stories the Crow Told Me: A Bird’s-Eye View of Old-Time Music. Acoustic Disc ACD-34, 1998.

Collins, Eddie. Guitar Slingers and Texas Music. Mozo City Music CD 0102, 1998.

Connie and Babe and the Backwoods Boys. Down the Road to Home. Rounder Records CD 0298, 1995.

Coonhunters. The Coonhunters. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 042, 2003.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney. Big Midnight Special, CD 1. Bear Family Records BCD 16751-1 DK, 2007. Has a larger separate booklet.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney. Big Midnight Special, CD 2. Bear Family Records BCD 16751-2 DK, 2007.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney. Big Midnight Special, CD 3. Bear Family Records BCD 16751-3 DK, 2007.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney. Big Midnight Special, CD 4. Bear Family Records BCD 16751-4 DK, 2007.

Cornett, Banjo Bill. The Lost Recordings of Banjo Bill Cornett. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC304, 2005.

Cotten, Beverly and the Green Grass Cloggers. Clog-In: An American Folk Dance Classic. Flying Fish Records FF 237, 1997.

Cotten, Elizabeth. Shake Sugaree. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40147, 2004.

Crabtree, Hobart. Hobart Crabtree, Banjo Player. Lonesome Records CD062, 2006. 2 discs.

Crockett’s Kentucky Mountaineers. Classic Old Time String Band Music: Recorded 1928-1931. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 023, 2002.

Crooked Still. Shaken by a Low Sound. Signature Sounds Recordings SIG-2000, 2006.

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Cross, Hugh, Mary Cross, Riley Puckett, Clayton McMichen. Old Time Music from the Smoky Mountains. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 211, 2007.

Crowe Brothers. Jesus Is Coming. Gusto Records KG-0517-2, 2005.

Dailey and Vincent. Brothers of the Highway. Rounder Records 11661-9141-2, 2003.

Darby, Tom and Jimmie Tarlton. Darby and Tarlton, CD A: Atlanta, 1927-1929. JSP Records 7746 A, 2005.

Darby, Tom and Jimmie Tarlton. Darby and Tarlton, CD B: Atlanta, 1929-1930. JSP Records 7746 B, 2005.

Darby, Tom and Jimmie Tarlton. Darby and Tarlton, CD C: Atlanta, Charlotte, New York, 1930-1933. JSP Records 7746 C, 2005.

Darby, Tom, Jimmie Tarlton, Chris Bouchillon. Darby and Tarlton, CD D: Chris Bouchillon, Atlanta, 1926-1928. JSP Records 7746 D, 2005.

Darby and Tarlton. On the Banks of a Lonely River. County Records CD 3503, 1994.

Darling, Eric. Blue Grass Music from the Appalachian Mountains. Delta Music 12 181, 1993.

Davenport, Clyde. Clyde Davenport, Volume 1. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC103, 2005.

David Grisman Quartet. DGQ-20: A Twenty Year Retrospective, 1976-1996. Acoustic Disc ACD-20, 1996. 3 discs.

Davis, Skeeter. The Essential Skeeter Davis. RCA Records 07863-66536-2, 1995.

Deighton Family. Acoustic Music to Suit Most Occasions. Philo Records CD PH 1120, 1988.

Delmore Brothers. Delmore Brothers, Volume 2: CD A. JSP Records 7765A, 2007.

Delmore Brothers. Delmore Brothers, Volume 2: CD B. JSP Records 7765B, 2007.

Delmore Brothers. Delmore Brothers, Volume 2: CD C. JSP Records 7765C, 2007.

Delmore Brothers. Delmore Brothers, Volume 2: CD D. JSP Records 7765D, 2007.

Dickens, Hazel. By the Sweat of My Brow. Rounder Records CD 0200, 1999.

Dickens, Hazel. It’s Hard to Tell the Singer from the Song. Rounder Records 82161-0226-2, 1987.

Dickens, Hazel and Alice Gerrard. Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard. Rounder Records CD 0054, 1998.

Dickens, Hazel and Alice Gerrard. Pioneering Women of Bluegrass. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40065, 1996.

Dilleshaw, Dilly “Seven Foot Dilly.” Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, 1929-1930. Document Records DOCD-8002, 1997.

Dixon Brothers, Dorsey Dixon, Beatrice Dixon, the Rambling Duet. Dixon Brothers: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 3: 1937-1938. Document Records DOCD-8048, 1999.

Dixon Brothers, Dixie Reelers. Dixon Brothers: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 4: 1938. Document Records DOCD-8049, 1999.

Dixon Brothers. The Dixon Brothers with the Callahan Brothers, CD A: 1936, 1937. JSP Records 77113A, 2011.

Dixon Brothers, Frank Gerald, Dorsey Dixon, Beatrice Dixon, Rambling Duet. The Dixon Brothers with the Callahan Brothers, CD B: 1937. JSP Records 77113B, 2011.

Dixon Brothers, Dorsey Dixon, Beatrice Dixon, Rambling Duet. The Dixon Brothers with the Callahan Brothers, CD C: 1938. JSP Records 77113C, 2011.

Callahan Brothers, Frank Gerard, Howard Dixon, Mutt Evans. The Callahan Brothers with the Dixon Brothers, CD D: 1934-1939. JSP Records 77223D, 2011.

Dixon, Dorsey, Nancy Dixon, Howard Dixon. Babies in the Mill: Carolina Traditional, Industrial, Sacred Songs. HighTone Records HMG 2502, 1997.

Douglas, Jerry. Slide Rule. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 3797, 1992.

Driftwood, Jimmy. Voice of the People. Omni Recording OMNI-104, 2006.

Dudley, Dave. Truck Drivin’ Son of a Gun: The Mercury Hit Singles, 1963-1973. Demon Records WESA 922, 2004.

Duffey, John. John Duffey: A Collection. Rebel Records REB CD 0022, 2002.

East Texas Serenaders. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, 1927-1937. Document Records DOCD-8031, 1998.

Edmonds, Norman and the Old Timers. Norman Edmonds and the Old Timers, Volume 1. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC301, 2004.

Elliott, Ramblin’ Jack. The Lost Topic Tapes: Isle of Wight, 1957. HighTone Records HCD8176, 2004.

Everly Brothers. The Essential Cadence Singles. Varese Sarabande Records 302 066 446 2, 2003.

Fairchild, Raymond and the Maggie Valley Boys. 31 Banjo Favorites: The New Collection. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-324, 2008.

Fairchild, Raymond. At Home in Maggie Valley. Gusto-King Records KG-0543-2, 2003.

Flippen, Benton and the Smokey Valley Boys. Beware of Dog. Heritage Records HRC CD 159, 2006.

Flippen, Benton. Old Time, New Times. Rounder Records CD 0326, 1994.

Ford, Brownie. Stories from Mountains, Swamps and Honky-Tonks. Flying Fish Records FF 70559, 1990.

Frieght Hoppers. Waiting on the Gravy Train. Rounder Records 11661-0433-2, 1998.

Freight Hoppers. Where’d You Come From, Where’d You Go? Rounder Records CD 0403, 1996.

Garcia, Jerry and David Grisman. Grateful Dawg: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Acoustic Disc ACD-46, 2001.

Gaster, Marvin. Uncle Henry’s Favorites. Rounder Records CD 0382, 1996.

Geezinslaws. Blah…Blah…Blah. Step One Records SOR 0105, 1997.

Geezinslaws. The Eclectic Horsemen. Geezinslaw Records GEEZ CD 2004-01, [2005].

Geezinslaws. I Wish I Had a Job to Shove. Step One Records SOR 0082, 1994.

Geezinslaw Brothers. Chubby (Please Take Your Love to Town). Geezinslaw Records GEEZ CD 1968, n.d.

Geezinslaw Brothers. The Geezinslaws Are Alive (and Well?). Geezinslaw Records GEEZ CD 1969, n.d.

Geezinslaw Brothers. My Dirty, Lowdown, Rotten, Cotton-Pickin’ Little Darlin’. Geezinslaw Records GEEZ CD 1967, n.d.

George, Franklin. Traditional Music for Banjo, Fiddle and Bagpipes. County Records CD 2703,  1992.

Georgia Yellow Hammers. Johnson’s Old Grey Mule. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 073, 2004.

Ghost Train. The Hot Club of Cowtown. HighTone Records HCD8147, 2002.

Gillis Brothers. Heart and Soul. Rebel Records REB 1720, 1995.

Gimble, Johnny. The Texas Fiddle Collection. CMH Records CD 9027, 1989.

Gladden, Texas. Texas Gladden: Ballad Legacy. Rounder Records CD 11661-1800-2, 2001.

Gouge, Rhonda. Compilation 2008. Rhonda Gouge, 2008.

Gouge, Rhonda. On the Wing. Rhonda Gouge 68809.05, 2009.

Graves, Josh. Josh Graves. Rebel Records REB CD 1747, 1998.

Graves, Josh. Josh Graves. Rebel Records REB CD 1747, 1998.

Graves, Josh. World Famous Dobro. King Records SCD-969, 2001.

Greene, Richard. The Greene Fiddler. Sierra Records SXCD 6005, 1994.

Greene, Richard and the Brothers Barton. Shufflin’: New Acoustic and Old Time Music. RGP Records 002, 2005.

Greene, Richard and The Grass Is Greener. Sales Tax Toddle. Rebel Records REB CD 1737, 1997.

Greene, Richard and The Grass Is Greener. Traditional Bluegrass Instrumentals. Rebel Records REB 1714, 1995.

Greene, Richard and The Grass Is Greener. Wolves A’ Howlin’. Rebel Records REB CD 1730, 1996.

Grier, David. I’ve Got the House to Myself. Dreadnought Recordings 0201, 2002.

Grisman, David and Daniel Kobialka. Common Chord. Cymekob Enterprises CYK803, 1995.

Grisman, David. Life of Sorrow. Acoustic Disc ACD-53, 2003.

Grisman, David, John Hartford, Mike Seeger. Retrograss. Acoustic Disc ACD-37, 1999.

Gruen, Oliver. Roots – Music – Radio. Tonal Vienna TL 80118-2, 2001.

Grumpus, Bo. Bo Grumpus Plays String Band Classics. Stomp Off Records CD 1388, 2003.

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Guthrie, Woody. Immortal Woody Guthrie: Golden Classics, Part 2. Collectables Records COL CD 5098, 1990.

Guthrie, Woody. Muleskinner Blues: The Asch Recordings, Volume 2. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40101, 1997.

Guthrie, Woody. Some Folk: Worried Man Blues, CD 1. Proper Records P1557, 2006. Includes separate booklet.

Guthrie, Woody. Some Folk: The Great Dust Storm, CD 2. Proper Records P1558, 2006.

Guthrie, Woody. Some Folk: Grand Coulee Dam, CD 3. Proper Records P1559, 2006.

Guthrie, Woody. Some Folk: Ramblin’ Round, CD 4. Proper Records P1560, 2006.

Guthrie, Woody and Cisco Houston. The Stinson Collectors Series: Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston, Volumes 1 and 2. Collectables Records COL CD 5605, 1995.

Haas, Brittany. Brittany Haas. Ook Records CD 001, 2004.

Hackberry Ramblers. Cajun Boogie. Flying Fish Records FF 70629, 1993.

Hackberry Ramblers. Early Recordings: 1935-1950. Arhoolie Records CD 7050, 2003.

Haley, Ed. Grey Eagle, Volume 2. Rounder Records CD 1133/1134, 1997. 2 discs.

Hard to Make a Living. It’s Hard to Make a Living. Mozo City Music 9AA, 1999.

Hard to Make a Living. It’s Hard to Make a Living. Mozo City Music 949, 1999.

Hard to Make a Living. It’s Hard to Make a Living AGAIN! Mozo City Music D02CF, 2002.

Harkreader, Fiddlin’ Sid. Early Star of the Grand Ole Opry. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 424, 2013.

Hartford, John. Goin’ Back to Dixie. Small Dog A-Barkin’ SD-292CD, 1992.

Hartford, John. Hamilton Ironworks. Rounder Records 82161-0442-2, 2001.

Hartford, John and Jamie Hartford. Hartford and Hartford. Flying Fish Records FF70566, 1991.

Hartford, John. Live at Vergennes, VT 13/8/00. 2000.

Hartford, John. Live from Mountain Stage. Blue Plate Music BPM 401, 2000.

Hartford, John. Morning Bugle. Rounder Records CD 0356, 1995.

Hartford, John. The Speed of the Old Long Bow: A Tribute to the Fiddle Music of Ed Haley. Rounder Records CD 0438, 1998.

Hartford, John and the Hartford String Band. Aereo-Plain Band Reunion, CD 1. 2000.

Hartford, John and the Hartford String Band. Aereo-Plain Band Reunion, CD 2. 2000.

Hartford, John and the Hartford String Band. Fiddles Wild Hog in the Red Brush and a Bunch of Others You Might Not Have Heard. Rounder Records CD 0392, 1996.

Hartford, John and the Hartford String Band. Good Old Boys. Rounder Records CD 0462, 1999.

Harvey, Roy. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 4: 1931. Document Records DOCD-8053, 1999.

Harvey, Roy. Early String Band Favorites. Old Homestead Records OHCD 4017, 1999.

Hash, Albert. Albert Hash. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC411, 2009.

Haynie, Aubrey. Doin’ My Time. Sugar Hill Records SHCD-3870, 1997.

Hendley, Fisher and the Aristocratic Pigs, Henry Whitter. Fisher Hendley and His Aristocratic Pigs. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 202, 2007.

Higgins, Uncle Charlie, Wade Ward, Dale Poe. Uncle Charlie Higgins, Wade Ward and Dale Poe. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC501, 2004.

Highwoods String Band. Feed Your Babies Onions. Rounder Records CD 11569, 1994.

Hill Billies, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 3: 1927-1928. Document Records DOCD-8041, 1999.

Hill Billies. The Hill Billies, Volume 2: It’s Heaven to Me. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 113, 2005.

Hill, Eddie. The Hot Guitar. Bear Family Records BCD 16860, 2007.

Hodges Brothers. Bogue Chitto Flingding: Old Time Mississippi Country Music. Arhoolie Records CD 9037, 2003.

Holcomb, Roscoe. An Untamed Sense of Control. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40144, 2003.

Holcomb, Roscoe. An Untamed Sense of Control. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40144, 2003.

Holt, Bob. Got a Little Home to Go To. Rounder Records CD 0432, 1998.

Holy Modal Rounders. The Holy Modal Rounders 1 & 2. Fantasy Records FCD-24711-2, 1999.

Homer and Jethro. Ground Hog. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 043, 2003.

Hoosier Hot Shots. Hoosier Stomp: CD 1. Proper Records P1349, 2005. Includes separate booklet.

Hoosier Hot Shots. Everybody Stomp: CD 2. Proper Records P1350, 2005.

Hoosier Hot Shots. Are You Havin’ Any Fun?: CD 3. Proper Records P1351, 2005.

Hoosier Hot Shots. Way Down in Arkansas: CD 4. Proper Records P1352, 2005.

Houston, Cisco. The Folkways Years: 1944-1961. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40059, 1994.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 1: 1/2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 2: 1/16 and 18, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 3: 2/3, 4 and 23, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 4: 2/28, 3/9 and 3/10, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 5: 3/19 and 4/10-11, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 6: 6/2 and 6/7, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 7: 6/15 and 6/28, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 8: 7/4 and 7/5, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 9: 7/6 and 7/16, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 10: 7/20 and 7/24, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 11: 7/25 and 7/26, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 12: 8/1 and 9/10, 2007. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Howell, Roger. Roger Howell’s Memory Collection of Fiddle Tunes, Volume 13: 9/15 and 9/17, 2007 Final Sessions. Bearwallow Music, 2007.

Humdingers. The Humdingers. Chubby Dragon Productions CD1011, 2005.

Hutchins, Esker. Esker Hutchins: Fiddle and Banjo. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC107, 2007.

Ickes, Rob. Hard Times. Rounder Records CD 0402, 1997.

Ivers, Eileen. Crossing the Bridge. Sony Music Entertainment ASK 60746, 1999.

Ives, Burl. The Wayfaring Stranger. Collectables Records COL CD 6474, 2000.

Ivey, Steve. Best of Bluegrass. Madacy Entertainment BFP2 52227, 2006. 4 discs.

Jackson, Clarence. Country Swingin’ Slide Guitar Pickin’: 24 Great Dobro and Steel Guitar Instrumentals. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-283, 2003.

Jackson, Clarence. Country Swingin’ Slide Guitar Pickin’: 24 Great Dobro and Steel Guitar Instrumentals. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-283, 2003.

James, Steve. American Primitive. Antone’s Records ANT 0030, 1994.

Jarrell, Tommy. The Legacy of Tommy Jarrell, Volume 4: Pickin’ on Tommy’s Porch. County Records CD 2727, 1999.

Jarrell, Tommy and Fred Cockerham. Tommy & Fred: Best Fiddle-Banjo Duets. County Records CD 2702, 1992.

Jarvis, Ward. Ward Jarvis. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC402, 2004.

Jenkins, Ella and Members of the Urban Gateways Children’s Chorus. You’ll Sing a Song and I’ll Sing a Song. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings CD SF 45010, 1989.

Jim and Jesse. First Sounds: The Capitol Years. Capitol Records 72435-42065-2-8, 2002.

Johnnie and Jack. For Old Times Sake. Bear Family Records BCD 16663 AH, 2003.

Johnson, Mark and Emory Lester. 1863. Bangtown Records BANG-CD6, 2013.

Johnson Mountain Boys. Live at the Birchmere. Rounder Records CD 0191, 1994.

Johnson, Earl. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 1927. Document Records DOCD-8005, 1997.

Jones, Grandpa. Everybody’s Grandpa. Omni Recording OMNI-159, 2012.

Jones, Grandpa. Makes the Rafters Ring. Omni Recording OMNI-143, 2011.

Jones, Rhys, Jeff Miller, Jim Nelson. All I’ve Got’s Done Gone. Music Masters MM-34893-2, 2000.

Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show. In Full Color. Rebel Records REB CD 1772, 2001.

Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show. The Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show. Rebel Records REB CD 1752, 1999.

Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show. Worries on My Mind. Rebel Records REB CD 1792, 2003.

Kazee, Buell. Legendary Kentucky Ballad Singer, Volume 2. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 214, 2007.

Kelly, Santford. Santford Kelly. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC503, 2005.

Kentucky Hilltoppers. Live WKIC Recordings from 1949. Mountain Broadcasting System, 2012.

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Keys, Will. A Banjo Original. County Records CD 2720, 1997.

Kilby, Steve. Plain and Fancy. Heritage Records HRC CD 654, 2000.

Kincaid, Bradley. A Man and His Guitar, CD A: 1927-1931. JSP Records 77158A, 2012.

Kincaid, Bradley. A Man and His Guitar, CD B: 1928-1931. JSP Records 77158B, 2012.

Kincaid, Bradley. A Man and His Guitar, CD C: 1929-1934. JSP Records 77158C, 2012.

Kincaid, Bradley. A Man and His Guitar, CD D: 1934-1950. JSP Records 77158D, 2012.

Kottke, Leo. 6- and 12-String Guitar. Takoma Records TAKCD-6503-2, 1996.

Kottke, Leo. The Best of Leo Kottke. Capitol Records CDP 7 46486 2, 1987.

Kottke, Leo. Live. On the Spot/Private Music 0100582132-2, 1995.

Krack, Jake. How ‘bout That. Wisekrack Records 0840, 1997.

Krack, Jake. One More Time. Wisekrack Records 1221, 1998.

Krauss, Alison. Now That I’ve Found You: A Collection. Rounder Records SACD 11661-0325-6, 2003.

Kruger Brothers. Carolina Scrapbook, Volume 2. Double Time Music DTM-016, 2005. 3 discs.

Leake County Revelers. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 1927-1928. Document Records DOCD-8029, 1998.

Leftwich, Brad and Linda Higginbotham. Say, Old Man. County Records CD 2714, 1996.

Lieberman, Lori. Home of Whispers. Pope Music PM 1005-2, 1996.

Lonzo and Oscar. There’s a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 198, 2007.

Louvin Brothers. The Christian Life: The Definitive Louvin Brothers Story. Proper Records PROPERBOX 175 (P1797-1800), 2013. 4 disc boxed set.

Louvin Brothers. The Family Who Prays. Gusto Records GT-0107-2, 2003.

Loux, Palmer and Greg Loux. In Good Company. Chubby Dragon Productions CD1004, 1998.

Lulu Belle and Scotty. Down Memory Lane. Gusto Records KG-2021-2, 2005.

Lunceford, R.D. Drop-Thumb. Ceilidh Brothers Music CBM 82498, 2001.

Lundy, Jerry. Fiddling from Old Time to Bluegrass. Field Recorders’ Collective. FRC703, 2013.

Lundy, Ted and the Southern Mountain Boys. Ted Lundy and the Southern Mountain Boys. Old Blue Records OB-707, 2011.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar. Ballads, Banjo Tunes, and Sacred Songs. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40082, 1996.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar. Memory Collection, Volume 1. n.d.

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Lunsford, Bascom Lamar. Memory Collection, Volume 4. n.d.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar. Memory Collection, Volume 5. n.d.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar. Memory Collection, Volume 6. n.d.

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Macon, Uncle Dave. Classic Sides, CD A: New York, 1924-1926. JSP Records 7729A, 2004.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Classic Sides, CD B: New York, 1926-1927. JSP Records 7729B, 2004.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Classic Sides, CD C: New York and Chicago, 1927-1929. JSP Records 7729C, 2004.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Classic Sides, CD D: Chicago, Jackson, Richmond, New Orleans, Charlotte, 1929-1938. JSP Records 7729D, 2004.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD A: New York, 1924-1926. JSP Records 7769A, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD A: New York, 1924-1926. JSP Records 7769A, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD B: 1926-1927. JSP Records 7769B, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD B: 1926-1927. JSP Records 7769B, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD C: Indianapolis, Chicago, Jackson, Richmond, New Orleans, Charlotte, 1928-1938. JSP Records 7769C, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD C: Indianapolis, Chicago, Jackson, Richmond, New Orleans, Charlotte, 1928-1938. JSP Records 7769C, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave, Sam McGhee, McGhee Brothers. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD D: Charlotte, New York, Chicago, 1928-1936. JSP Records 7769D, 2006.

Macon, Uncle Dave, Sam McGhee, McGhee Brothers. Uncle Dave Macon, Volume 2, CD D: Charlotte, New York, Chicago, 1928-1936. JSP Records 7769D, 2006.

Maddox Brothers and Rose. A Proper Introduction to Maddox Brothers and Rose: That’ll Learn Ya Durn Ya. Proper Records Intro CD 2075, 2004.

Maddox Brothers and Sister Rose. The Hillbilly Party Band. Snapper Music SCOUNTCD004, 2011.

Maddox Brothers and Rose. Maddox Bros. and Rose. King Records KCD-677, 1988.

Maddox Brothers and Rose. Six Classic Albums Plus Bonus Singles. Real Gone Music RGMCD083, [2013]. 4 discs.

Magnolia Serenaders. Saturday Night Breakdown. Magnolia Serenaders MS-CD-1001, 2013.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. 20 Old-Time Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-250, 1998.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. 20 Old-Time Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-250, 1998.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. 20 Original King Recordings. Gusto Records GT7-2205-2, 2011.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers, Wade Mainer and His Little Smilin’ Rangers. Classic Sides, CD A: 1937, 1938. JSP Records 77124A, 2009.

Mainer, Wade and His Little Smilin’ Rangers, Wade Mainer and Sons of the Mountaineers. Classic Sides, CD B: 1937, 1938. JSP Records 77124B, 2009.

Mainer, Wade and Sons of the Mountaineers. Classic Sides, CD C: 1938-1941. JSP Records 77124C, 2009.

Mainer, Wade and Sons of the Mountaineers, Steve Ledford and the Mountaineers, Happy-Go-Lucky Boys, Zeke Morris, Morris Brothers, J.E. Mainer and His Mountaineers. Classic Sides, CD D: 1937-1941. JSP Records 77124D, 2009.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. J.E. Mainer: The Early Years, CD A: 1935, 1936. JSP Records 77118A, 2009.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers, Wade Mainer, Zeke Morris. J.E. Mainer: The Early Years, CD B: 1936, 1937. JSP Records 77118B, 2009.

Mainer, Wade and Zeke Morris. J.E. Mainer: The Early Years, CD C: 1936, 1937. JSP Records 77118C, 2009.

Daddy John Love, Dixie Reelers, Morris Brothers. J.E. Mainer: The Early Years, CD D: 1936, 1939. JSP Records 77118D, 2009.

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Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. Old Time Mountain Music and More Old Time Mountain Music. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-1032, 2007. 2 discs.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. Old Time Mountain Music and More Old Time Mountain Music. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-1032, 2007. 2 discs.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. Run Mountain. Arhoolie Records CD 456, 1997.

Mainer, J.E. and His Mountaineers. Run Mountain: 30 Old Time Favorites. Gusto Records GT7-2206-2, 2011.

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Mainer, Wade. I’m Not Looking Backward. Gusto Records GT2-0957-2, 2006. 2 discs.

Mainer, Wade and Julia Mainer. In the Land of Melody. June Appal Recordings JA0065D, 1992.

Mainer, Wade. With the Original Mainer’s Mountaineers Live. Old Homestead Records OHCD 4032, 2000.

Marshall, Erynn and Friends. Tune Tramp. Hickoryjack Music HJ04EM, 2013.

Marshall, Mike. Gator Strut. Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab/Rounder Records UDSACD 7001, 2004.

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Martin, Mac and the Dixie Travelers. The Best of Mac Martin: 24 Bluegrass Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-267, 1998.

Martin, Marcus. When I Get My New House Done: Western North Carolina Fiddle Tunes and Songs. NC Folklife Institute SFC CD-100, 2007.

Massey, Louise and the Westerners. Ridin’ High: 1933-1941. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 173, 2006.

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McCoury, Del, Doc Watson, Mac Wiseman. Mac, Doc & Del. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 3888, 1998.

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McGee, Sam and Kirk McGee. Live: 1955-1967: Outstanding in Their Field. Spring Fed Records SFR-103, 2005.

McMahan, Pete. 50 Old-Time Fiddle Gems. Voyager Records VRCD 366, 2005. 2 discs.

McMichen, Clayton. Classic Recordings by the Legendary Clayton McMichen. British Archive of Country Music BACM BCD D 081, 2004.

McTell, Blind Willie and the Regal Country Blues. Blind Willie McTell and the Regal Country Blues. Acrobat Music ADMCD 5015, 2005. 2 discs.

Memphis Jug Band, Will Weldon, Vol Stevens. Memphis Jug Band: 1927-1928, Disc A. JSP Records 7745 A, 2005.

Memphis Jug Band, Will Shade, Minnie Wallace, Hattie Hart. Memphis Jug Band: 1928-1929, Disc B. JSP Records 7745 B, 2005.

Memphis Jug Band, Memphis Minnie, Hattie Hart. Memphis Jug Band: 1927-1930, Disc C. JSP Records 7745 C, 2005.

Cannon, Gus and His Jug Stompers, Noah Lewis, Hosea Woods, Elijah Avery. Cannon’s Jug Stompers: 1928, Disc D. JSP Records 7745 D, 2005.

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Miller, Roger. All Time Greatest Hits. Mercury Records B0000233-02, 2003.

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Molsky, Bruce and Big Hoedown. Bruce Molsky and Big Hoedown. Rounder Records CD 0421, 1997.

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New Lost City Ramblers. The Early Years, 1958-1962. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF 40036, 1991.

New Lost City Ramblers. The New Lost City Ramblers, Volume 2, 1963-1973: Out Standing in Their Field. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40040, 1993.

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New Lost City Ramblers. Old Timey Songs for Children. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FC 7064, 2007.

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New Lost City Ramblers. There Ain’t No Way Out. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40098, 1997.

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Poole, Charlie and the North Carolina Ramblers. Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers, CD C. JSP Records 7734 C, 2004.

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Reed, Ola Belle. Recordings from the Collection of Ray Alden and Brandywine Friends of Old Time Music. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC203, 2005.

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Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-ups. Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-ups 1951-1959, Volume 3. Highland Music KBSCD-7001, 1993.

Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-ups. Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-ups 1951-1959, Volume 4. Highland Music KBSCD-7001, 1993.

Reynolds, Malvina. Ear to the Ground. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40124, 2000.

Ric Sanders Group. In Lincoln Cathedral. Heliopause Records HPVP101CD, 2002. 2 discs.

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Rice, Tony. The Bluegrass Guitar Collection. Rounder Records 1166-11622-2, 2003.

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Rodgers, Jimmie. Classic Sides from One of America’s Greats, Disc C: Recordings 1929-1931. JSP Records 7704C, 2007.

Rodgers, Jimmie. Classic Sides from One of America’s Greats, Disc D: Recordings 1931-1932. JSP Records 7704D, 2007.

Rodgers, Jimmie. Classic Sides from One of America’s Greats, Disc E: Recordings 1932-1933. JSP Records 7704E, 2007.

Round Peak. Round Peak, Volume 1. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC109, 2008.

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Shady Grove Band. Mulberry Moon. Flying Fish Records FF 70544, 1990.

Shaw, Lauchin and A.C. Overton. Sally with the Run- Down Shoes. Marimac Recordings 9064D, 1996.

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Skinner, Jimmie. One Dead Man Ago. Bear Family Records BCD 16827 AH, 2008.

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Smith, Hobart. Blue Ridge Legacy. Rounder Records 11661-1799-2, 2001.

Smith, Hobart. In Sacred Trust: The 1963 Fleming Brown Tapes. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40141, 2005. Includes separate booklet.

Smith, Paul and Friends. Devil Eat the Groundhog. Rounder Records CD 0409, 1999.

Smoak, Jim and the Louisiana Honeydrippers. Bayou Bluegrass. Arhoolie Records CD 9032, 2002.

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Snow, Hank. When Tragedy Struck/Songs of Tragedy. Omni Recording OMNI-148, 2011.

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Stefanini, Rafe and Bob Herring. Old Paint. Yodel-Ay-Hee 020, 1995.

Stoneman, Ernest V. Edison Recordings, 1928. County Records CD 3510, 1996.

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Stripling Brothers. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 1928-1934. Document Records DOCD-8007, 1997.

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Stripling Brothers. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 2: 1934-1936. Document Records DOCD-8008, 1997.

Stripling Brothers. Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 2: 1934-1936. Document Records DOCD-8008, 1997.

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Tanner, Gid and the Skillet Lickers. Texas, Georgia, CD A: 1929, 1930. JSP Records 77155A, 2012.

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Tanner, Gid and the Skillet Lickers. Texas, Georgia, CD B: 1926, 1934. JSP Records 77155B, 2012.

Tanner, Gid and the Skillet Lickers. Texas, Georgia, CD C: 1927, 1934. JSP Records 77155C, 2012.

Tanner, Gid and the Skillet Lickers. Texas, Georgia, CD C: 1927, 1934. JSP Records 77155C, 2012.

Tanner, Gid and the Skillet Lickers. Texas, Georgia, CD D: 1926, 1934. JSP Records 77155D, 2012.

Tanner, Gid and the Skillet Lickers. Texas, Georgia, CD D: 1926, 1934. JSP Records 77155D, 2012.

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Taylor, Tut, Roland White, Clarence White. Dobro Country. Alcatec Media AMWP 1829, 2008.

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Watson, Doc. On Praying Ground. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 3779, 1989.

Watson, Doc and Clarence Ashley. The Original Folkways Recordings: 1960-1962. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF 40029/30, 1994. 2 discs. Includes separate booklet.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Remembering Merle. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 3800, 1992.

Watson, Doc. Riding the Midnight Train. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 3752, 1986.

Watson, Doc and Frosty Morn. ‘Round the Table Again. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 3935, 2002.

Watson, Doc and Family. Songs from the Southern Mountains. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 3829, 1994.

Watson, Doc. Southbound. Vanguard Records VMD 79213, 1988.

Watson, Doc and Richard Watson. Third Generation Blues. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 3893, 1999.

Watson, Doc and Family. Treasures Untold. Vanguard Records VCD 77001, 1991.

Watson, Doc. The Vanguard Years. Vanguard Records 155/58-2, 1995. 4 discs.

Weavers. Vanguard Visionaries: The Weavers. Vanguard Records VMD-731-55-2, 2007.

Wells, Kitty. 20 Golden Hits. Gusto Records TV-0737-2, 2005.

Wells, Kitty. The Queen of Honky Tonk Angels. Jasmine Records JASMCD 3612/3, 2012. 2 discs.

West, Jeanie. Country Bluegrass. Prestige Records PRCD-24238-2, 2000.

West, Harry and Jeanie West. Smoky Mountain Ballads: Traditional American Folk Songs of the Appalachian Mountains. Grammercy Records, 2009.

West, Harry and Jeanie West. Songs of the Southland. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FA 2352, 2006.

White, Clarence. 33 Acoustic Guitar Instrumentals. Sierra Records SZCD 26023-2, 2000.

Whitetop Mountain Band. Bull Plus 10%. Arhoolie Records CD 522, 2006.

Whitter, Henry. Early Country Singer Recorded 1923-1928. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 348, 2011.

Wig, Christian, Mark Olitsky, Dave Rice. Gate to Go Through. Stillfork Productions, 2004.

Wilburn Brothers. Greatest Hits. Varese Sarabande Records 302 066 684 2, 2005.

Wilburn Brothers. The Knoxville Girl. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 254, 2009.

Williams, Jimmie, Red Ellis, the Gospel Harmony Boys. Classic Bluegrass Gospel. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 388, 2012.

Williamson, Tony and the Williamson Brothers Band. Still Light of the Evening. Wildchild 08952, 2001.

Box 8: CD box 8: Wi-Yo; 16 Down-Appalachians

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, CD A: Texas, Hollywood: 1940-1941. JSP Records 77114A, 2010.

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, CD B: Hollywood: 1941-1945. JSP Records 77114B, 2010.

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, CD C: Hollywood, Chicago: 1945-1947. JSP Records 77114C, 2010.

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, CD D: Chicago: 1947. JSP Records 77114D, 2010.

Wilson, Aunt Jenny. Aunt Jenny Wilson. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC408, 2007.

Wise, Chubby. An American Original: The ’94 Sessions. Pinecastle Records PHC 1041, 2005.

Wise, Chubby. Chubby Wise in Nashville. Pinecastle Records PRC 1031, 2005.

Wiseman, Mac. 20 Old-Time Country Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-258, 1997.

Wiseman, Mac. The Best of Mac Wiseman: Essential Original Masters. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-312, 2006.

Wiseman, Mac. Bluegrass Favorites by Master Folk Singer Mac Wiseman. Music Mill Entertainment MME-70036-2, 2003.

Wiseman, Mac. The Lost Album. Music Mill Entertainment MME-70038-2, 2003.

York Brothers. Early Favorites, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCD 4324, 2007.

York Brothers. Going Back to the Sunny South. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 160, 2006.

York Brothers. Long Time Gone. Ace Records CD CHD 1103, 2006.

Young, Harvey Thomas. Highways of Gold. Wildchild 02252, 1994.

 

CDs – Compilations

16 Down Home Country Classics. Arhoolie CD 110, 1997. Featuring: Any Old Time String Band, Armstrong Twins, Kenny Baker, Toni Brown, Carter Family, Hodges Brothers, Snuffy Jenkins, Louisiana Honeydrippers, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Rose Maddox, J.E. Mainer, Del McCoury, Sam McGee, Bill Neely, Strange Creek Singers, Suzy and Eric Thompson.

22 All-Time Gospel Hits: Featuring the 20th Century's Greatest Artists. TeeVee Records TV-0711-2, 2003. Featuring: Archie Campbell, Bill Carlisle, Martha Carson, Patsy Cline, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper, Cowboy Copas, David Houston, Ferlin Husky, Wanda Jackson, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Masters Family, Sandy Posey, Wayne Raney, Jean Shepard, Stanley Brothers, T. Texas Tyler, Porter Wagoner, Kitty Wells, Wilburn Brothers.

24 Bluegrass Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-269, 2000. Featuring: Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Vassar Clements, Jim Eanes, Raymond Fairchild, Frosty Mountain Boys and Ray Fairchild, Log Cabin Boys, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Clarence “Tater” Tate, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys.

24 Fiddle Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-253, 1997. Featuring: Vassar Clements, Dale Potter, Buck Ryan, Clarence “Tater” Tate.

24 Old-Timey Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-271, 2001. Featuring: Hylo Brown, Raymond Fairchild, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, J.E. Mainer and the Mountaineers, Lee Moore, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Mac Wiseman.

25 Bluegrass Classics. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-275, 2002. Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Vassar Clements, Ernie and Mack and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Raymond Fairchild and the Maggie Valley Boys, Frosty Mountain Boys and Raymond Fairchild, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Log Cabin Boys, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Bobby Smith and the Boys from Shiloh, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys.

25 Classic Train Songs. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-278, 2003. Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Jack Casey, Big John DeMarcus, Ernie and Mack and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Curly Fox, Frosty Mountain Boys and Raymond Fairchild, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Log Cabin Boys, Maggie Valley Country Singers, J.E. Mainer and the Mountaineers and Morris Herbert, Patsy Montana, Lee Moore, Don Reno and Red Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Roy Ross and His Blue Ridge Mountain Boys, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Dick Unteed, James Wall, Mac Wiseman.

25 Mountain Music Classics. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-277, 2002. Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, J.E. Mainer and His Mountaineers, Lee Moore, Fiddlin’ Mutt Poston and Clarence Jackson, Ritchie Brothers, Edith Roberts, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, James Wall and Red White and Clarence Jackson, Mac Wiseman.

50 Years of Bluegrass Hits, Volume 1. CMH Records CD-9033, 1992. Featuring: Bluegrass Cardinals, Lester Flatt’s Nashville Grass, Johnny Gimble, Josh Graves, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Joe Maphis, Rose Lee Maphis, Benny Martin, Osborne Brothers, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Betty Jean Robinson and the Nashville Grass, Donna Stoneman, Stonemans, Carl Story and His Rambling Mountaineers, Merle Travis, Mac Wiseman.

63rd Annual Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Heritage Records HRC CD 715, 1999. Featuring: Anniversary Band, Bill Birchfield, Blue Ridge Partners, Bumride String Band, Howard Burton, Carolina Cutups, Konnarock Critter, Del-Tones, Lynn Dugger, Leslie Dunbar, J.P. Fraley, Ike Frost, Green Boys, Green Mountain Travelers, Albert Hash, John Hofmann, Ronald Inscore, Will A. Keys Jr., Nathan Leath, John Marler, Eddie Marrs, Jeff Michael, Jim Miller, Fred Myers, Pine Ridge Boys, Opie Poindexter, Jacky Ray, Bobbi Roberts, Tim Sauls, Robert Shafer, Drew Smith, Sugar Hill Boys, Mark Templeton and New Vision, Twin County Partners, Wolfe Brothers, Mary Wolfe, Craig Woodward.

63rd Annual Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Heritage Records HRC CD 715, 1999. Featuring: See above.

64th Annual Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Heritage Records HRC CD 716, 2000. Featuring: David Ball, Stevie Barr, Big Slim and the Roanokers, Bluegrass Tradition, Blue Ridge Entertainers, Eddie Bond, Richard Bowman, Dewey Brown III, Paul Delaney, Robert Dowdy, Joe Drye, Leslie Dunbar, Ricky Ellis, Figbry Brothers, Scott Fore, John Hollandsworth, Jack Leonard, Long Time Comin’, MTV, Foster Murry, Old Music House Boys, Picknicks, Piney Woods Boys, Mack Powers, Jacky Ray, Tammy Sawyer, Annie Simpson, Sky Liners, Smokey Val Boys, Southern Mountain Boys, Mary Spafford, Spencer Strickland, Tina Trianosky, Mary Umbarger, Virginia Carolina Buddies.

70th Annual Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Heritage Records HRC CD 722, 2006. 2 discs. Featuring: Appalachian Train Mix, Vanessa Batts, Terry Wayne Burcham, Ronnie Burroughs, Cana Ramblers, Katie Cannaday, David Carroll, Mike Cluverius, Gary Dawson, Paul Dulaney, Derek Easter, Jerry Fielder, Flat Lands, Scott Fore, Steve Fraleigh, Brian Frazier, Malia Furtado, Parley Gray, Marion Hall, Jacob Hiatt, Jerika Hilbert, Ben Hill, John Hoffman, Penn Isom, Nick Keen, Marianne Kovatch, Henry Mabe, Eddie Marrs, Hershey McMillian, Modal Citizens, Foster Murray, New Lincoln County Partners, No Speed Limit, Jarred Nutter, Old Time Serenaders, Wade Petty, Michael Preston, Paul Riddle, Sidewinders, James Sizemore, Whit Sizemore, Doug Smith, Roger Sprung, Teddy Thomas, Virginia Carolina Buddies, Virginia Creepers, Lewis Wills, Sage Wright.

72nd Annual Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Heritage Records HRC CD 724, 2008. 2 discs. Featuring: Scott Ainslie, Ray Alden, Levi Austin, Mac Bellner, Jack Blankenship, Henry Boitnott, Borderline, Billy Bourne, Jacob Bowen, Shaye Boyd, Rusty Breedlove, Mike Brown, Brushy River Boys, Buck Mountain Band, Gin Burris, Courtney Burroughs, Beverly Davis, Marlon Dean, Deer Creek Boys, Del-Tones, Jonathan Dillon, Dirt Road Sweethearts, Dry Hill Draggers, Leslie Dunbar, Eric Ellis, Mike Fenton, Scott Fore, Mark Freeman, Mickey Galyean, Dorothy Hess, Ben Hill, Travis Houck, Blaine Johnson, Shelby Mahaffey, Caleb McAllister, Trevor McKenzie, Edd Michael, Jeff Midkiff, Milestone, Modal Citizens, Casey Morell, Old Timers, Corey Piatt, Pine River Boys, Veronica Randolph, Mike Resnick, Monica Santos, Leslie Selden, Vicki Shelburne, Samantha Snyder, Bailey Steele, Virginia Carolina Buddies, Peco Watson, Ace Weems and the Fat Meat Boys, Whooping Hollar String Band, Aaron Williams, Tyler Williams, Don Wright, Wright Kids, Jessica Zelinsky.

A Guide to the Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Trail, Disc A. The Crooked Road, 2006. Featuring: Ballard’s Branch Bogtrotters, Steve Barr, Dad Blackard’s Moonshiners, Eddie Bond, Richard Bowman Family, Sam Connor and Dent Wimmer, Dry Hill Draggers, Archie Edwards, Floyd County Ramblers, Grayson and Whitter, Kelly Harrell, Wayne Henderson, Al Hopkins, Abe Horton, Frank Jenkins, Herb Key, James King, Korn Kutters, Lost and Found, Ted Lundy and Bob Paisley, Rabbit Muse, No Speed Limit, Bonnie Russell and the Russell Family, Sammy Shelor, Kenny Smith and Amanda Smith, Kilby Snow, Kirk Sutphin, Crockett Ward, Wade Ward.

A Guide to the Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Trail, Disc B. The Crooked Road, 2006. Featuring: Howard Armstrong, Tim Armstrong, Jimmy Arnold, E.C. Ball and Orna Ball, Horton Barker, Big Country Bluegrass, Frank Blevins, Haywood Blevins, Ted Bogan, Dock Boggs, Carter Family, Chestnut Grove Quartet, Cooke Duet, Good Shepherd Quartet, Grant Brothers, Albert Hash, Wayne Henderson, Jim and Jesse, Kay Justice and Ginny Hawker, Curly King, David Lay, Linda Lay, Carl Martin, David McLaughlin, Mullins Family, Wyatt Rice, Sammy Shelor, Hobart Smith, Ralph Stanley, Ron Stewart, Sweet Brothers.

A Richer Tradition, CD A: Country Blues and String Band Music, 1923-1937. JSP Records 7798A, 2007. Featuring: Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley, Ed Andrews, Andrew Baxter and Jim Baxter, Ed Bell, Lewis Black, Richard “Rabbit” Brown, Big Boy Cleveland, Jaybird Coleman, David Crockett and Stovepipe No. 1, Daddy Stovepipe, Tom Dickson, Emery Glen, William Harris, Papa Charlie Jackson, Alec Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Lottie Kimbrough, Charie Kyle, “Blue Coat” Tom Nelson, Long “Cleve” Reed and Papa Harvey Hull, Mooch Richardson, South Street Trio, Tarter and Gay, Sylvester Weaver, George “Bullet” Williams.

A Richer Tradition, CD B: Country Blues and String Band Music, 1924-1942. JSP Records 7798B, 2007. Featuring: Alabama Sheiks, Birmingham Jug Band, Blue Boys, Louie Bluie and Ted Bogan, Tommie Bradley, Lonnie Carter and Walter Jacobs, Big Boy Cleveland, James Cole’s String Band, James Cole’s Washboard Four, Coleman and Harper, Dallas Jamboree Jug Band, Dixieland Jug Blowers, Johnson Boys, Johnson and Nelson and Porkchop, Kansas City Blues Strummers, King David’s Jug Band, Leecan and Cooksey, Mississippi Mud Steppers, Nashville Washboard Band, Old Pal Smoke Shop Four, Old Southern Jug Band, South Street Trio, Tennessee Chocolate Drops, Whistler and His Jug Band.

A Richer Tradition, CD C: Country Blues and String Band Music, 1927-1932. JSP Records 7798C, 2007. Featuring: Willie Baker, “Beans” Hambone and El Morrow, Ed Bell, Lewis Black, Tommie Bradley, George Carter, Lonnie Coleman, Bogus Ben Covington, Daddy Stovepipe and Whistlin’ Pete, Eli Framer, Jack Gowdlock, Gitfiddle Jim, Emery Glen, Mae Glover, Willie Harris, Little Harvey Hull and Long “Cleve” Reed, Luke Jordan, Alfred Lewis, Hambone Willie Newbern, Mooch Richardson, Tommy Settlers, Henry Spaulding, Edward Thompson, Willie Walker.

A Richer Tradition, CD D: Country Blues and String Band Music, 1928-1938. JSP Records 7798D, 2007. Featuring: John Byrd, Bob Campbell, Gene Campbell, George Carter, Virgil Childers, Lonnie Coleman, Mattie Delaney, Tom Dickson, Eli Framer, Freezone, Jack Gowdlock, William Harris, Jim Jam, Lottie Kimbrough, Charlie Kyle, Louie Lasky, Carl Martin, Hambone Willie Newbern, Arthur Pettis, Willie Reed, Jim Thompkins, Edward Thompson, George Torey.

A Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings. Rounder Records CD 1500, 1997. Featuring: E.C. Ball, Charlie Butler, Smith Casey, W.E. Claunch, Belo Cozad, Wash Dennis and Charlie Sims, Paine Denson, David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Texas Gladden, Ora Dell Graham, Woody Guthrie, Vera Hall, Elita Hoffpauir and Mary Hoffpauir and Ella Hoffpauir, Turner Junior Johnson, Judge Learned Hand, Margaret, Jess Morris, Nashville Washboard Band, Kelly Pace, John J. Quinn, Christine Shipp and Katherine Shipp, Pete Steele, W.H. Stepp, Luther Strong, Jimmie Strothers, Bozie Sturdivant, Sonny Terry, Wade Ward, Thaddeus C. Willingham Jr.

A Tribute to the Appalachian String Band Music Festival – Clifftop, West Virginia. Chubby Dragon CD 1001, 1995. Featuring: Bing and Arthur, Freewill Sarages, Dan Gellert, Hart and Blech, Rich and Beth Hartness, Hoover Uprights, Ill-Mo Boys, L-7’s, Leftwich and Higginbotham, Piedmont Pepsteppers, Pilot Mountain Bobcats, Queen City Bulldogs, Red Hots, Red Mules, Rhythm Rats, Run of the Mill String Band, Smith and Hatton and Kent, Southern Mt. Melody Makers, Tarheel Hotshots, Taylor and Nelson, Toast String Stretchers, Volo Bogtrotters, Walden and Plunkett, Melvin Wine.

Absolutely Bluegrass. Delta Leisure Group 60371, 2011. 3 discs. Featuring: Roy Acuff, Allen Brothers, Bailey Brothers, Blue Sky Boys, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Carter Family, Coon Creek Girls, Delmore Brothers, Dixon Brothers, Jim Eanes and the Shenandoah Valley Boys, Flatt and Scruggs, Hodges Brothers, Jesse and Jim, Lone Star Cowboys, Louvin Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Tommy Magness, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer, Joe Maphis, Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys, Mattie, Martha and Minnie, McCormick Brothers, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Monroe Brothers, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Don Reno and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Reno and Smiley, Rouse Brothers, Shelton Brothers, Jimmie Skinner, Stanley Brothers, Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers.

Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Bluegrass. Acoustic Disc ACD 56, 2003. Featuring: Red Allen, Jim Buchanan, Sam Bush, Clinch Mountain Boys, David Grisman Quintet, Del McCoury Band, David Grisman, Jim Kerwin, Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Jesse McReynolds, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Old and In the Gray, Old and In the Way, Bobby Osborne, Herb Pedersen, Tony Rice, Charles Sawtelle, Ricky Skaggs, Ralph Stanley, Jody Stecher, Frank Wakefield, Doc Watson, Buck White.

Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Music, Volume 1. Acoustic Disc ACDS 8, 1993. Featuring: Jacob do Bandolim, Bluegrass Reunion, Enrique Coria, David Grisman Quintet, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, Tony Rice, Radim Zenkl.

Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Music, Volume 2. Acoustic Disc ACDS 16, 1995. Featuring: Red Allen, Jacob do Bandolim, Jethro Burns, Enrique Coria, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, Tony Rice, Andy Statman, Frank Wakefield, Radim Zenkl.

Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Music, Volume 3. Acoustic Disc ACDS 24, 1997. Featuring: Enrique Coria, David Grisman Quintet, Kaila Flexer and Third Ear, Jerry Garcia, Stephane Grappelli, David Grisman, Paul Hanson, Old and In the Way, Bonnie Raitt, Walter Rios, Rudy Cipolla Ensemble,  Martin Taylor.

Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Music, Volume 5. Acoustic Disc ACDS 40, 2000. Featuring: Sam Bush, John Cohen, Bela Fleck, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, John Hartford, Zakir Hussain, Julian Lage, Mike Seeger, Jody Stecher, Martin Taylor.

Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Music, Volume 6. Acoustic Disc ACDS 48, 2001. Featuring: Carlo Aonzo, Mike Auldridge, Bob Brozman, Beppe Gambetta, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, Tony Rice, Charles Sawtelle, Frank Vignola, Denny Zeitlin.

Alabama Stringbands: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, 1924-1937. Document Records DOCD-8032, 1998. Featuring: Akins Birmingham Boys, Dixie Ramblers, Wyzee Hamilton, Dr. D.D. Hollis, Short Creek Trio.

Alive at Twenty-Five: The Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Silver Anniversary. Planet Bluegrass Recordings 1004-2, 1999. 2 discs. Featuring: Blue Highway, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Catie Curtis, David Grisman Quintet, Del McCoury Band, Jerry Douglas, Fairfield Four, Bela Fleck, Freight Hoppers, John Hartford, Emmylou Harris, Peter Himmelman, Bruce Hornsby, John Cowan Band, Leftover Salmon, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Tim O’Brien, Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers, Tony Rice, Peter Rowan, Sam Bush Band, Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband, String Cheese Incident, Thunder Jam, Tony Furtado Band, Washboard Chaz and Pastor Mustard.

Alive at Twenty-Five: The Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Silver Anniversary, Disc 1. Planet Bluegrass Recordings 1004-2, 1999. Featuring: Blue Highway, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Catie Curtis, Del McCoury Band, Fairfield Four, Bela Fleck, John Hartford, Peter Himmelman, John Cowan Band, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers, Tony Rice, Sam Bush Band, String Cheese Incident, Washboard Chaz and Pastor Mustard.

Alive at Twenty-Five: The Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Silver Anniversary, Disc 2. Planet Bluegrass Recordings 1004-2, 1999. Featuring: David Grisman Quintet, Del McCoury Band, Jerry Douglas, Bela Fleck, Freight Hoppers, Emmylou Harris, Peter Himmelman, Bruce Hornsby, John Cowan Band, Leftover Salmon, Tim O’Brien, Peter Rowan, Sam Bush Band, Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband, Thunder Jam, Tony Furtado Band.

American Fiddle Tunes. Rounder Records 18964-1518-2, 2000. Includes separate booklet. Featuring: Elmer Barton, Patrick Bonner, Leizime Brusoe, Michael Cruise, John Hatcher, Lon Jordan, Marcus Martin, Wayne Perry, John Rector, W.M. Stepp, Luther Strong, Stephen B. Tucker, L.O. Weeks, Myrtle B. Wilkinson and Mrs. Ben Scott.

American Folk Music. IMC Music SOW 90198, 1999. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Doc Boggs, Breaux Freres, Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, Sleepy John Estes and Yank Rachell, Joseph Falcon, Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers, Mississippi John Hurt, Frank Hutchison, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Willie Johnson, Buell Kazee, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Uncle Dave Macon, Memphis Jug Band, William and Versey Smith.

American Gothic: Bluegrass Songs of Death and Sorrow. CMH Records CD-8421, 2003. Featuring: Bass Mountain Boys, Bluegrass Cardinals, Tommy Faile, Lester Flatt and the Nashville Grass, Heartbreak Valley Boys, Jim and Jesse, Grandpa Jones, Benny Martin, Bill Monroe, Osborne Brothers, Carl Story, Mac Wiseman.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 1. Membran Music 223238-321/A, [200?]. Featuring:  Harry Adams, Gene Autry, Ruby “Patsy Montana” Blevins, Milton Brown, Cliff Brunner, Martha Davis, Porky Freeman, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Roy Hawkins, Fred Kirby, Lewis Texas Jim, Lightcrust Doughboys, Glenn Miller, Hank Penny, Prairie Ramblers, Roy Rodgers, Mabel Scott, Redd Steward, Zeb Turner, Young John Watson.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 2. Membran Music 223238-321/B, [200?]. Featuring: Annisteen Allen, Eddy Arnold, Georgia Brown, Claude Casey, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Clarence Garlow, Bill Haley, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Hi-Flyers, Roy Hogsed, Grandpa Jones, Louis Jordan, Julia, Louvin Brothers, Amos Milburn, Milo Twins, Carl Deacon Moore, Hank Penny, Lula Red, Jimmy Wilson.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 3. Membran Music 223238-321/C, [200?]. Featuring: Roy Acuff, Blues Chasers, Johnny Bond, Bullmoose Jackson, Cowboy Copas, Red Foley, Don Gibson, Jack Luker, Amos Milburn, Bill Monroe, Ella Mae Morse, Billy O’Neal, Elvis Presley, Ramblin Everett, Rocky Rauch, Johnny Rowland, L.C. Williams, Slim Williams, Marvin Wright.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 4. Membran Music 223238-321/D, [200?]. Featuring: Eddy Arnold, Virgel Bozman, Nat King Cole, Zeke Clements, Spade Cooley, Fats Domino, Jimmy Dorsey, O’Dell Doye, Jack Guthrie, Hank Harral, Paul Howard, Nellie Lutcher, Dickie McBride, Glenn Miller, North Carolina Ramblers, Webb Pierce, Hank Thompson, Tin Ear Tanner, Jimmy Wakely.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 5. Membran Music 223238-321/E, [200?]. Featuring: Gene Autry, Blue Sky Boys, Johnny Bond, Jenks Tex Carman, Harry Choates, Delmore Brothers, Tommy Duncan, Red Foley, Curtis Gordon, Hardrock Gunter, Jimmy Liggins, Louvin Brothers, Martin and Brown, Percy Mayfield, Stick McGhee, Hank Penny, Webb Pierce, Franks Tillman, Curley Williams.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 6. Membran Music 223238-321/F, [200?]. Featuring: Rex Allen, Tani Allen, Lou Bonnie, Jenks Tex Carman, Tommy Clayton, Cowboy Copas, Link Davis, Jeff Durham, Delmore Brothers, Red Foley, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Bill Haley, R.D. Hendon, Billy Hughes, Bullmoose Jackson, Jimmy Myers, Jimmy Work.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 7. Membran Music 223238-321/G, [200?]. Featuring: Thomas Dick, Martin Dude, Tommy Duncan, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Kelleys, Long Shorty, Louvin Brothers, Stick McGhee, Moon Mullican, Bumps Myers, Jean Opal, Gene O’Quinn, Ricky Riddle, Jimmy Rodgers, Bob Sandy, Hoyt Scoggins, Texas Tyler, Zeb Turner, Slim Williams, York Brothers.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 8. Membran Music 223238-321/H, [200?]. Featuring: Joan Brooks, Milton Brown, Jim Boyd, Lloyd Glenn, Paul Howard, Light Crust Doughboys, Patsy Montana, Moon Mullican, Gene O’Quinn, Andy Parker, Dave Red River, Rocky Mountain Boys, Jimmy Rodgers, Steve Schulte, Del Sharbutt, Ernest Tubb, Tune Wranglers, Ozie Waters, Tex Williams, Sheb Wooley.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 9. Membran Music 223238-321/I, [200?]. Featuring: Charlie Adams, Gene Autry, Dale Belmont, Billy Briggs, Cliff Brunner, Cass County Boys, Pee Wee Crayton, Jean Davidson, Freddy Dawson, Daily Durwood, Rosco Gordon, Dickie Jones, Moon Mullican, Billy Oudeans, Wayne Raney, Range Riders, Tex Russell, Ernest Tubb, Tune Wranglers, Bob Wills.

American Roadsongs: From Coast to Coast, CD 10. Membran Music 223238-321/J, [200?]. Featuring: Gene Autry, Bill Browning, Cecil Campbell, Jenks Tex Carman, Tommy Durden, James Elmore and His Brothers, Laurel and Miles, Lani McIntyre, Chuck Miller, Jimmy Newman, Hank Penny, Dinah Shore, Hank Snow, Sons of the Pioneers, Tune Wranglers, Bob Wills.

American Roots: A History of American Folk Music, CD 1. Disky BX 248582, 1999. Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Vernon Dalhart, Darby and Tarlton, Earl Johnson’s Clodhoppers, Uncle Dave Macon, Moonshine Kate, Byrd Moore and His Hot Shots, Curley Parker, Riley Puckett, Carl Robison and His Pioneers, Jimmie Rodgers, Bayless Rose, Marc Williams.

American Roots: A History of American Folk Music, CD 2. Disky BX 248592, 1999. Featuring: Alabama Barnstormers, Alley Boys of Abbeville, Emry Arthur, Gene Autry, Amedee Breaux, Breaux Freres, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Carter Family, Carver Boys, Monroe Gevedon and Family, Hackberry Ramblers, Jimmy Long, Uncle Dave Macon, Moonshine Kate, Jimmie Rodgers, Hayes Shepherd.

American Roots: A History of American Folk Music, CD 3. Disky BX 248602, 1999. Featuring: Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseeans, Roy Acuff and His Smokey Mountain Boys, Gene Autry, Blue Sky Boys, Delmore Brothers, Burl Ives, Jack Guthrie, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Rice Brothers Gang, Merle Travis, Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys and Tommy Duncan, Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys.

American Roots: A History of American Folk Music, CD 4. Disky BX 248612, 1999. Featuring: Almanac Singers, Woody Guthrie, Lee Hays, Cisco Houston, Burl Ives, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry, Josh White.

American Yodeling, 1911-1946. Trikont US-0246-2, 1998. Featuring: Callahan Brothers, Carter Family, Wilf Carter, Cliff Carlisle, Delmore Brothers, Dezurik Sisters, Rambling Red Foley, Girls of the Golden West, Rex Griffin, Guidry Brothers, Lottie Kimbrough and Winston Holmes, Leake County Revelers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Emmett Miller, Mississippi Sheiks, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Patsy Montana, Riley Puckett, Goebel Reeves, Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Rogers, Sons of the Pioneers, Tampa Red, Three Tobacco Tags, George P. Watson, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

Anglo-American Ballads, Volume 1. Rounder Records CD 1511, 1999. Featuring: E.C. Ball, Horton Barker, Emery DeNoyer, Texas Gladden, Woody Guthrie, Basil May, Alex Moore, Pete Steele, Rebecca Tarwater.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Sides 1-3. n.d. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Richard Burnett and Leonard Rutherford, Carolina Tar Heels, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Carter Family, Edward L. Crain, Uncle Eck Dunford, G.B. Grayson, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Frank Hutchison, Coley Jones, Dick Justice, Buell Kazee, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Chubby Parker, Bill Reed and Belle Reed, Williamson Brothers and Curry.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Sides 4-6. n.d. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Bently Boys, Dock Boggs, Clemo Breaux and Joseph Falcon, Richard “Rabbit” Brown, Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, John Estes, Didier Herbert, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Buell Kazee, Furry Lewis, Noah Lewis, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Masked Marvel, Memphis Jug Band, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, William Smith and Versey Smith, Pop and Hattie Stoneman, Stoneman Family.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Sides 7-8. n.d. Featuring: Dock Boggs, Clemo Breaux and Joseph Falcon and Ophy Breaux, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Julius Daniels, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Uncle Dave Macon, Ken Maynard, Memphis Jug Band, J.P. Nestor, Henry Thomas, Ramblin’ Thomas.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Volume 1: Ballads. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW 40090, 1997. 2 discs. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Bently Boys, Richard Burnett and Leonard Rutherford, Carolina Tar Heels, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Carter Family, Edward L. Crain, Uncle Eck Dunford, G.B. Grayson, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Mississippi John Hurt, Frank Hutchison, Coley Jones, Dick Justice, Buell Kazee, Furry Lewis, Masked Marvel, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Chubby Parker, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Bill Reed and Belle Reed, William Smith and Versey Smith, Williamson Brothers and Curry.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Volume 2: Social Music. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW 40090, 1997. 2 discs. Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Andrew and Jim Baxter, Breaux Freres, Carter Family, Cincinnati Jug Band, Frank Cloutier and the Victoria Cafe Orchestra, Elders McIntorsh and Edwards’ Sanctified Singers, Joseph Falcon, Columbus Fruge, Rev. J.M. Gates, Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers, Jim Jackson, Blind Willie Johnson, Delma Lachney and Blind Uncle Gaspard, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Rev. Moses Mason, Rev. F.W. McGhee, Memphis Sanctified Singers, Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1, Hoyt “Floyd” Ming and His Pep-Steppers, Rev. Sister Mary Nelson, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Singers, Rev. D.C. Rice and His Sanctified Congregation, Eck Robertson and Family, Jilson Setters, Uncle Bunt Stephens, Henry Thomas.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Volume 3: Songs. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW 40090, 1997. 2 discs. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Dock Boggs, Cleoma Breaux and Joseph Falcon and Orphy Breaux, Richard “Rabbit” Brown, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Carter Family, Julius Daniels, Sleepy John Estes and Yank Rachell, Didier Herbert, Mississippi John Hurt, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Buell Kazee, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Uncle Dave Macon, Ken Maynard, Memphis Jug Band, J.P. Nestor, Ernest and Hattie Stoneman, Stoneman Family, Henry Thomas, Ramblin’ Thomas.

Appalachian Heart: The Original Bluegrass Classics. Fuel Records 320 061 530 2, 2006. Featuring: Emry Arthur, Green Bailey, Red Belcher and the Kentucky Ridgerunners, Marvin Cobb and Frank Wakefield and the Chain Mountain Boys, Jim Eanes and His Shenandoah Valley Boys, Roy Hall and His Blue Ridge Entertainers, Jerry and Sky, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, Parker and Woodbright, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Rebe and Rabe, John Reedy and His Stone Mountain Boys, B.F. Shelton, Toby Stroud and the Blue Mountain Boys, Jimmie Tarlton.

Appalachian Heart: The Original Bluegrass Classics. Fuel Records 320 061 530 2, 2006. Featuring: See above.

Appalachian Stomp: Bluegrass Classics. Rhino Records R2 71870, 1995. Featuring: Country Gentlemen, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Dillards, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Kentucky Colonels, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Jimmy Martin, Del McCoury, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Osborne Brothers, Ricky Skaggs, Stanley Brothers, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell.

Appalachian Stomp: More Bluegrass Classics. Rhino Records R2 75720, 1999. Featuring: Country Gazette, Country Gentlemen, J.D. Crowe and Tony Rice and Doyle Lawson and Bobby Hicks and Todd Phillips, Emerson and Waldron, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Muleskinner, Osborne Brothers and Red Allen, Don Reno and Red Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Seldom Scene, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Mac Wiseman.

Appalachian Stomp Down, CD A. JSP Records 7761A, 2006. Featuring: Aiken County String Band, Grayson and Whitter, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians.

Appalachian Stomp Down, CD B. JSP Records 7761B, 2006. Featuring: Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker, Charlie Bowman and His Brothers, Grayson and Whitter, McCartt Brothers and Patterson, Perry County Music Makers, Tennessee Ramblers.

Appalachian Stomp Down, CD C. JSP Records 7761C, 2006. Featuring: Emry Arthur, Dixie Reelers, Bela Lam and His Greene County Singers, David Miller.

Appalachian Stomp Down, CD D. JSP Records 7761D, 2006. Featuring: Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith and His Dixieliners.

Appalachians: Companion to the Public Television Series. Dualtone Music 80302-01201-2, 2005. Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singing Convention, Rose Bell, Jeff Black, Blue Sky Boys, Paul Burch, Carter Family, June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash, Gandydancer, Addie Graham, David Grisman and Tony Rice, Maggie Hammons, Grandpa Jones, Osborne Brothers, Blind Alfred Reed, Jason Ringenberg, Jean Ritchie, Jimmie Rodgers, Ricky Skaggs, Mac Wiseman.

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Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection, 1960-2000, CD A: 1954-1965. Arhoolie Records CD 491-A, 2000. Featuring: Black Ace, Butch Cage and Willie B. Thomas, Blind James Campbell and His Nashville Street Band, Clifton Chenier, Albert Chevalier, K.C. Douglas, Jesse Fuller, Hackberry Ramblers, Hodges Brothers, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Lil’ Son Jackson, George Lewis, Mance Lipscomb, J.E. Mainer, Fred McDowell, Rev. Louis Overstreet, Whistlin’ Alex Moore, R.C. Smith, Mercy Dee Walton, Wade Walton and Robert Curtis Smith, Booker White, Big Joe Williams.

Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection, 1960-2000, CD B: 1965-1971. Arhoolie Records CD 491-B, 2000. Featuring: Nathan Abshire and the Balfa Brothers, Bongo Joe, Juke Boy Bonner, Eibisberger Duo, Isom J. Fontenot, Earl Hooker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Bee Houston, John Jackson, Jerry Hahn Quintet, John Littlejohn, Los Pinguinos del Norte, Del McCoury, Fred McDowell and Johnny Woods, Whistlin’ Alex Moore, Charlie Musselwhite, New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra, Sonny Simmons, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Williams, Johnny Young.

Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection, 1960-2000, CD C: 1971-1979. Arhoolie Records CD 491-C, 2000. Featuring: Any Old Time String Band, Bois Sec Ardoin and Canray Fontenot, Dewey Balfa and Marc Savoy and D.L. Menard, J.C. Burris, Charles Ford Band, Clifton Chenier, Conjunto Alma Jarocha, Don Santiago Jimenez Sr., Klezmorim, Los Caporales de Panuco, Narciso Martinez, Lydia Mendoza, Bill Neely, Original Herberstein Trio, Chavela Ortiz and Brown Express, Piano Red, Austin Pitre, Cheese Read, L.C. Robinson, Robert Shaw, Trio San Antonio.

Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection, 1960-2000, CD D/E: 1979-1971 and 1992-2000. Arhoolie Records CD 491-D/E, 2000. 2 discs. Featuring: Lawrence Ardoin, BeauSoleil, Campbell Brothers, Chatuye, C.J. Chenier, Octa Clark and Hector Duhon, Csokolom, Ivan Cuesta and Sus Baltimore Vallenatos, John Delafose, Michael Doucet, Odile Falcon, Canray Fontenot, Preston Frank, Wade Fruge, Aubrey Ghent, Chuck Guillory, Aziz Herawi, Flaco Jimenez, Santiago Jimenez Sr., Valerio Longoria, Los Campesinos de Michoacan, Los Cenzontles, Los Gavilanes de Oakland, Los Palomares del Bravo, Rose Maddox, Jose Moreno, Paramount Gospel Singers, ReBirth Brass Band, Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band, Omar Sharriff, Sonny Treadway, Treme Brass Band, Katie Webster, Elder Roma Wilson.

Art of Field Recording: Fifty Years of Traditional Music Documented by Art Rosenbaum. Dust-to-Digital DTD-07, 2006. Featuring: Cecil Barfield, Doc and Lucy Barnes, Eddie Bowles, Maybel Cawthorn, Lawrence and Vaughn Eller, Rev. Howard Finster, Georgia Sacred Harp Convention, Ollie Gilbert, Golden River Grass Group, Shirley Griffith, Bert Hare, Buell Kazee, Dwight “Red” Lamb, Frosty Lamb and Buzz Fountain, McIntosh County Shouters, Sister Fleeta Mitchell and Rev. Willie Mae Eberhard, Ray Rhodes, Epifanio Sanchez and Group, Ralph Sheckel, C.B. Skelton, John W. Summers, Gordon Tanner and Smoky Joe Miller, Henry Grady Terrell.

Art of Traditional Fiddle. Rounder Records 1166-11592-2, 2000. Featuring: Snake Chapman, Roger Cooper, Joe Cormier, Ray Curbow, Wilson Douglas, J.P. Fraley, Darley Fulks, Art Galbraith, Alva Greene, George Hawkins, Violet Hensley, Jim Herd, Ray Hilt, Jerry Holland, Bob Holt, Alton Jones, Dwight Lamb, Carl MacKenzie, Joe MacLean, Theresa MacLellan, Theresa Morrison, Larry Riendeau, Lonnie Robertson, Gerry Robichaud, Joe Robichaud, Paul Smith, Billy Stamper, Fred Stoneking, Howe Teague, Buddy Thomas, Graham Townsend, Jim Woodward, Harold Zimmerman.

As Good As It Gets: Bluegrass. Disky DO 250532, 2000. 2 discs. Featuring: Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Cumberland Mountain Boys, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Green River Boys and Glen Campbell, Jim and Jesse, Louvin Brothers, Rose Maddox, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Jimmie Skinner, Stanley Brothers, Mac Wiseman.

Authentic Rare Bluegrass, CD A: Blue Ridge Label Sides, 1951-1954. JSP Records 77110A, 2008. Featuring: Church Brothers and Their Blue Ridge Ramblers, Bill Clifton and His Dixie Mountain Boys, Jim Eanes and His Shenandoah Valley Boys, Joe Franklin and His Mimosa Boys, Betty Harper and the Black Mountain Boys, I.W. and Harold and the Carolina Neighbors, Jimmy Janney and the Stony Mountain Boys, Wade Mainer and the Mountaineers, Larry Richardson, Happy Smith, Dee Stone and His Virginia Mountain Boys.

Authentic Rare Bluegrass, CD B: Mainly Kentucky Label Sides, 1950s. JSP Records 77110B, 2008. Featuring: Red Allen, Ray Anderson, Enos Johnson, Jim and Jessie McReynolds, Sonny Osborne, Renfro Family, Billy Thomas, Virginia Trio.

Authentic Rare Bluegrass, CD C:Folk Star/Mutual Label Sides, 1950s. JSP Records 77110C, 2008. Featuring: Bowes Brothers, Brammer Brothers and the Virginia Partners, Johnny and Jack, Ronnie Knittel and Holston Valley Ramblers, Massey Brothers, Fred Murphy and the Blue River Boys, Glenn Neaves and the Grayson County Boys, John Reedy and His Stone Mountain Hillbillys, Rocky Mountain Boys, Carl Sauceman and His Green Valley Boys, Scotty and Tar Heel Ruby, Dee Stone and the Melody Hillbillies, Dee Stone and the Melody Hill-Billys, Dee Stone and Ted Prillaman’s Virginia Ramblers, Turner Brothers.

Authentic Rare Bluegrass, CD D: Various Labels, 1950s. JSP Records 77110D, 2008. Featuring: Alex Campbell, Noah Crase, Wilburn Curtis, John and Bill Garay, Henry Hudson and Jiggs Hibler, Hughie and June, Hack Johnson and His Tennesseeans, Ernest Martin, North Carolina Ridge Runners, Rainbow Valley Boys, Bill and Mary Reid, Allen Shelton, Dave Woolum.

Baby, How Can It Be?: Songs of Love, Lust, and Contempt from the 1920s and 1930s. Dust-to-Digital DTD-16, 2010. 3 discs. Featuring: Broadway Bell-Hops, Burnett and Rutherford, Callahan Brothers, Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, Bill Carlisle, Carolina Buddies, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Bo Carter, Lonnie Coleman, “Doc” Cook and His 14 Doctors of Syncopation, Crowder Brothers, Bernie Cummins and His Hotel New Yorker Orchestra, Dallas String Band, Cliff “Ukelele Ike” Edwards, Clyde Evans Band, Joseph Falcon, Hartman’s Heartbreakers, Hawaiian Beachcombers, Oscar Ford, Georgia Browns, Bertha “Chippie” Hill, Robert Hill, Mississippi John Hurt, Frankie “Half-Pint” Jaxon, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Kanui and Lula, Kalama’s Quartette, Lottie Kimbrough and Winston Homes, Bobbie Leecan’s Need-More Band, Ted Lewis and His Band, “Red Onion” Joe Linthcome, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Macon Ed and Tampa Joe, Uncle Dave Macon, Asa Martin, Norridge Mayhams and His Barbecue Boys, Memphis Jug Band, Davey Miller, Mississippi Matilda, Mississippi Maulers, Mississippi Sheiks, Frank Quinn, Eddie Peabody, Dick Reinhart, George “Shortbuckle” Roark, “Banjo Ikey” Robinson and His Bull Fiddle Band, Harry Roy and His Bat Club Boys, Rutherford and Foster, Hazel Scherf, Hayes Shepherd, Kid Smith and Family, Laura Smith, Eddie South and His Alabamians, Southern Serenaders, State Street Boys, Frank Stokes, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians, Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock String Band, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Henry Thomas, Al Trent and His Orchestra, Virginia Four, Dock Walsh, Welling and McGhee, Fess Williams and His Royal Flush Orchestra.

Back Roads to Cold Mountain. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40149, 2004. Featuring: E.C. and Orna Ball, Dock Boggs, Gaither Carlton, French Carpenter, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Dillard Chandler, T.J. Chesser, Bill Cornett, James Crase, Texas Gladden, Ora Dell Graham, Roscoe Holcomb, Tommy Jarrell and Fred Cockerham, Dorothy Melton, Bill Monroe, Dellie Norton, Old Regular Baptists of Defeated Creek Church, Oscar Parks, Joe Patterson, Dink Roberts, Stanley Brothers, Joe and Odell Thompson, Doc Watson, Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters, Ed and Lonnie and G.D. Young.

Back Roads to Cold Mountain. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40149, 2004. Featuring: See above.

Ballads and Songs of Tradition from the Folk-Legacy Archives. Folk Legacy CD-125, 2000. Featuring: James Brown, William Harrison Burnett, Joe Estey, Mrs. Miner (Harriet Hall) Griffin, Marie Hare, Lizzie Higgins, Lawrence Older, Lee Monroe Presnell, Frank Proffitt, Jeannie Robertson, Grant Rogers, Vern Smelser, Dave Thompson.

Banjer Days. June Appal Recordings JA 0077 D, 1999. Featuring: Hobart Crabtree, George Gibson, Debbie Grim, Will Keys, Odus Maggard, Fred O’Quinn, Lee Sexton, Paul Smith.

Banjo Classics from the Vaults of County Records and Old Blue Records. Old Blue Records OB-710, 2012. Featuring: Fleming Brown, Seth Boyd, Gaither Carlton, Kyle Creed, Fred Cockerham, Andy Edmonds, Kevin Fore, Trish Fore, Lena Hughes, Esker Hutchins, Oscar Jenkins, Lily May Ledford, Sydna Myers, Matokie Slaughter, Jeremy Stephens, Dan Tate, Mildred Thompson, Mac Traynham, Woody Wachtell, Wade Ward, Oscar Wright.

Banjo Gathering: 100% Pure Old-Time Banjo: Unobscured, Unaccompanied and Unadulterated. 2007. 2 discs. Featuring: Scott Ainslie, Steve Baughman, Paul Brown, John Cohen, Cathy Fink, Dan Gellert, Alice Gerrard, Gail Gillespie, John Herrmann, Gordy Hinners, Phil Jamison, Brad Leftwich, John McCutcheon, Terri McMurray, Bruce Molsky, Joe Newberry, Brett Riggs, Tom Sauber, Mike Seeger, Rafe Stefanini, Pete Sutherland, Bob Thornburg, David Winston.

Banjo Influences: World’s Banjo Tour. XIII Bis Records 189172MU659, 1998. Featuring: Jean-Marc Andres, Yoshihiro Arita, Jurgen Biller, Philippe Bourgeois, Bertrand Coqueugniot, Guy Donis and Jacques Stotzem, Andy Glandt, Leon Hunt, Jaromir Jahoda, Dick Kimmel, Jean-Marie Redon, Gilles Rezard, Tony Sullivan, Jonathan Toman, Tony Trischka, Dimitry Vakhrameev, Janne Viksten.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford Minstrel of Appalachia Festival 2008, Disc 1. 2008.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford Minstrel of Appalachia Festival 2008, Disc 2. 2008.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford Minstrel of Appalachia Festival 2008, Disc 3. 2008.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford’s Field Recordings of North Carolina and Virginia, 1941-1949, CD 1. Mars Hill College Archives, 2007. Featuring: Duckett Sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Edwards, Five Star Quartette, Clegg Garner, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, George Pegram, Wess Sharpe, Jean Spraedlin, Press Weatherman, Harold Winters, Margaret Winters.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford’s Field Recordings of North Carolina and Virginia, 1941-1949, CD 2. Mars Hill College Archives, 2007. Featuring: Lenora Batts, Rosetta Blake, Clegg Garner, Mrs. Eugene Higgins, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Lunsford Sisters, George Pegram, Lora Lunsford Rupert, Jenny Saunders, Jean Spraedlin.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford’s Field Recordings of North Carolina and Virginia, 1941-1949, CD 3. Mars Hill College Archives, 2007. Featuring: Coon Creek Girls, Clegg Garner, Troy Hoover, Paul Joynes, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Jennie Lunsford, Marcus Martin, Artus Moser, Joan Moser, Marie Nicholson, George Pegram, Wes Sharpe, Donald Stroud and His Dixie Pals, Althea Taylor, Bertha Page Ward, Susie Weaver.

Bascom Lamar Lunsford’s Field Recordings of North Carolina and Virginia, 1941-1949, CD 4. Mars Hill College Archives, 2007. Featuring: Peggy Baker, Ruth Burlison, Patricia Edwards, Clegg Garner, Paul Jones, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Susan Reid, George Pegram, Susie Weaver.

Beginner’s Guide to Cajun Music. Primo Collection PRMCD 6063, 2008. 2 discs. Featuring: Nathan Abshire, Amedie Ardoin, Armadie Breaux, Cleoma Breaux, Vin Bruce, Clifton Chenier, Harry Choates, Link Davis, Joseph Falcon, Falcon Trio, Happy Fats and Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Ernest Fruge, Hackberry Ramblers, Mayuse Lafleur, Angelas Lejeune, Iry Lejeune, Dennis McGee, Moon Mullican, Jimmy C. Newman, Riverside Ramblers, Moise Robin, Leo Soileau, Leo Soileau’s Four Aces, Lawrence Walker, Lawrence Walker and Wandering Aces.

Best of Bluegrass. Sanctuary Records 06076-84600-2, 2003. Featuring: Carter Family, Lester Flatt, EmmyLou Harris, Hot Tuna, Alison Krauss, Harry McLintock, Bill Monroe, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Dolly Parton, Rice Brothers, Ricky Skaggs, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys.

Best of Bluegrass: 18 Banjo Favorites. Madacy Music DS-2-4922, 1995. Featuring: Billy Cheatwood, Erik Darling, Jim Helms, David Lindley, Joe Maphis, Jim McGuinn, Art Podell, Dick Rosmini, Mike Seeger, Eric Weissberg and Marshall Brickman, Dick Weissman, Mason Williams.

Best of King Bluegrass, Volume 1. King Records KG-0952-4-2, 2004. Has separate larger booklet. Featuring: Shannon Grayson, Leon Jackson, Tommy Magness, J.E. Mainer, Wade Mainer, Jimmy Martin and Bobby Osborne, Mac O’Dell.

Best of King Bluegrass, Volume 2. King Records KG-0952-4-2, 2004. Featuring: Bill Duncan, Easter Brothers, Moore and Napier, Reno and Harrell, Reno and Smiley, Stanley Brothers, Ralph Stanley.

Best of Starday Bluegrass, Volume 3. King Records KG-0952-4-2, 2004. Featuring: Buzz Busby, Connie and Joe, Jim Eanes, Red Ellis and Jimmie Williams, Flatt Mountain Boys, Bill Harrell, Jim and Jesse, Kentucky Travelers, Lewis Family, Charlie Moore, Bill and Mary Reid, Stanley Brothers, Wright Brothers.

Best of Starday Bluegrass, Volume 4. King Records KG-0952-4-2, 2004. Featuring: Red Allen, Hylo Brown, Bill Clifton, Country Gentlemen, J.D. Crowe, II Generation, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, New Grass Revival, Larry Sparks, Stoneman Family, Carl Story, Vern and Ray.

Best of Traditional American Bluegrass. Great American Music CD-GA-214, [2010]. Featuring: Armstrong Twins, Brown’s Ferry Four, Coon Creek Girls, Eric Darling, Grayson and Whitter, Frank Jenkins, Earl Johnson’s Clodhoppers, Kentucky Ramblers, Kossoy Sisters, Uncle Dave Macon, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer, Bill Monroe, Monroe Brothers, Prairie Ramblers, Rebe and Rabe, Jimmie Tarlton, Marion Underwood, Dock Walsh, Dick Weissman.

Black and White Hillbilly Music: Early Harmonica Recordings from the 1920s and 30s. Trikont US-0226, 1996. Featuring: DeFord Bailey, Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Crook Brothers’ String Band, Dave and Howard, Floyd County Ramblers, Lonnie Glosson, Jackson County Barn Owls, Joe’s Acadians, Louisiana Rounders, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Pickard Family, Renfro Valley Boys and Karl and Harty, Riverside Ramblers, George Wade and Francum Braswell, Joe Werner and the Ramblers, Woodie Brothers, Yellow Jackets.

Black Banjo Songsters of North Carolina and Virginia. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40079, 1998. Featuring: Etta Baker and Cora Phillips, Irvin Cook and Leonard Bowles, “Big Sweet” Lewis Hairston, John Jackson, Rufus Kasey, Dink Roberts, James Roberts, John Snipes, Joe Thompson, Odell Thompson, Tommy Thompson, John Tyree, Homer Walker.

Bloody War: Songs, 1924-1939. Tompkins Square TSQ 249, 2010. Featuring: Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton, Dixon Brothers, G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter, Frank Hutchison, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Coley Jones, Buell Kazee, Wade Mainer and Sons of the Mountaineers, Zeke Morris, Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers, William and Versey Smith, Ernest V. Stoneman, Jimmy Yates’ Boll Weevils.

Bluegrass at Newport. Vanguard VCD 121/22, [1990]. Featuring: Clarence “Tom” Ashley and Doc Watson and Clint Howard and Fred Price, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Tex Logan, Morris Brothers, New Lost City Ramblers, Earl Scruggs and Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Eric Weissberg, Mac Wiseman and the Country Boys.

Bluegrass Bonanza, CD 1: String Band Roots, 1927-38. Proper Records P1213, 2001. Includes separate booklet. Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Hack String Band, East Texas Serenaders, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Uncle Dave Macon, Mississippi Mud Steppers, Charlie Poole and His North Carolina Ramblers, Prairie Ramblers, “Appalachia Vagabond” Hayes Shepherd, Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Gid Tanner and Riley Puckett.

Bluegrass Bonanza, CD 2:The Monroe Legacy , 1936-45. Proper Records P1214, 2001. Featuring: Bill Monroe, Charlie Monroe, Charlie Monroe’s Boys, Monroe Brothers.

Bluegrass Bonanza, CD 3: Early Bluegrass, 1944-50. Proper Records P1215, 2001. Featuring: Armstrong Twins, Bailey Brothers, Brown’s Ferry Four, Coon Creek Girls, Delmore Brothers, Flatt and Scruggs, Curly Fox, Grandpa Jones, J.E. Mainer, Stanley Brothers.

Bluegrass Bonanza, CD 4: Classic Bluegrass, 1946-50. Proper Records P1216, 2001. Featuring: Flatt and Scruggs, Grandpa Jones, Bill Monroe, Molly O’Day, Stanley Brothers.

Bluegrass Breakdown. Vanguard 77006-2, 1992. Featuring: Lue Berline and Byron Berline, Dillards, Clayton McMichen, Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, New York City Ramblers, Fiddling Arthur Smith, Stanley Brothers.

Bluegrass Breakdown: 14 Instrumentals. Rounder Records ED CD 9014, 1998. Featuring: Tom Adams, Bluegrass Album Band, Jason Carter, Dreadful Snakes, Stuart Duncan, Bill Evans, Tony Furtado, Bobby Hicks, Johnson Mountain Boys, Bill Keith, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Ronnie McCoury and Rob McCoury, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Wyatt Rice.

Bluegrass Class of 1990. Rounder Records CD AN 07, 1990. Featuring: Norman Blake, Bluegrass Album Band, Sam Bush, J.D. Crowe, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Bela Fleck, Tony Furtado, David Grisman, Jim and Jesse, Johnson Mountain Boys, Alison Krauss, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Lynn Morris, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Tony Rice, Rice Brothers, Ricky Skaggs, Whitstein Brothers.

Bluegrass: Classic Recordings Remastered, CD A. JSP Records 7731 A, 2004. Featuring: Red Belcher, Colwell Brothers, Lilly Brothers, Tex Logan.

Bluegrass: Classic Recordings Remastered, CD B. JSP Records 7731 B, 2004. Featuring: Ezra and Ray Cline, Pee Wee Lambert, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Frank Wakefield.

Bluegrass: Classic Recordings Remastered, CD C. JSP Records 7731 C, 2004. Featuring: Jim Eanes, Roy Hall, Zeke and Wiley Morris, Rouse Brothers.

Bluegrass: Classic Recordings Remastered, CD D. JSP Records 7731 D, 2004. Featuring: Buster Carter and Preston Young, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer, Byron Parker’s Mountaineers.

Bluegrass Essentials. Hip-O Records HIPD-40102, 1998. Featuring: Chesapeake, Country  Gentlemen, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Dillards, Jonathan Edwards and the Seldom Scene, Flatt and Scruggs, Vince Gill, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Claire Lynch, Jimmy Martin, Del McCoury, Bill Monroe, Osborne Brothers, Reno and Smiley, Ricky Skaggs, Stanley Brothers.

Bluegrass Essentials, Volume 2. Hip-O Records 314 564682 2, 1999. Featuring: Charles River Valley Boys, Chesapeake, Dillards, Here Today, Hot Rize, Laurie Lewis and Grant Street, Claire Lynch, Rose Maddox, Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Osborne Brothers, Reno and Smiley, Rice Brothers, Ricky Skaggs and Tony Rice, Stanley Brothers, Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys, Gillian Welch, Whitstein Brothers.

Bluegrass from the Blue Ridge: Country Band Music of Virginia. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FS 3832, 2007. Featuring: Bluegrass Buddies, Cliff Caraco, Kyle Cole, Spud Gravely, Uncle Charlie Higgins, Kelly Lundy, William Marshall, Bruce Mastin, Glen Neaves, Jessie Neaves, Dale Poe, Glen Smith, Fields Ward, Wade Ward.

Bluegrass in the Smokies: 30 Traditional Classics. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-315, 2007. Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Vassar Clements, Frosty Mountain Boys, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Log Cabin Boys, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Reno and Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Tater Tate, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys.

Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza. Acoustic Disc ACD-35, 1999. 2 discs. Includes separate booklet. Featuring: Sam Bush, Terry Eldredge, David Grisman, Mandolin Ensemble, Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Jesse McReynolds, Bobby Osborne, Ricky Skaggs, Frank Wakefield, Buck White.

Bluegrass Sunday: Live at the Comet. B Side Records BS-0001, 1999. Featuring: Randy Birckhead, Terry Boswell, Dwayne Bowling, Roger Cadle, Mike Carr, Bruce Carter, Wayne Clyburn, Colin Cordy, Don Corothers, Ed Cunningham, Trina Emig, Steve Ferguson, Buddy Griffin, Lloyd Hazelbaker, Katie Laur, Bill Lawarre, Brad Meinerding, Natalie McClellan, Tom Murphy, Dave Pinson, Kenny Poole, Scott Risner, Jeff Roberts, John Schneider, Brandt Smith, Tim Strong, Jon Weisberger.

Bluegrass: That High Lonesome Sound. Jasmine Records JASMCD 3608/9, 2012. 2 discs. Featuring: Buddy Allen and Trio and His Drifting Vagabonds, Barrier Brothers, Barrier Brothers and Their Ozark Mountain Boys, Red Belcher and the Kentucky Ridge Runners, Bill and Ed and the Mountain Music Boys, Lucky Chapman, Church Brothers and Their Blue Ridge Ramblers, Bill Clifton and the Dixie Mountain Boys, Connie and Joe and the Backwoods Boys, Country Cutups, Country Pardners, Curly Dan and Jim Maynard and the Danville Mountain Trio, Jim Eanes and the Shenandoah Valley Boys, Flat Mountain Boys, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Billie and Gordon Hamrick and Red Farrell, Jim Harless and the Lonesome Valley Boys, Harlin and Stanley and the Wright Brothers, Hobo Jack and His Kentucky Pals, Huntsinger Brothers and Jim Shumate, Leon Jackson and Johnny Bryant and the White Oak Mountain Boys, Lilly Brothers and Don Stover, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Ray Lunsford, Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys, McCormick Brothers, James and Jesse McReynolds, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Sonny Osborne, Paul and Roy and the Tennessee River Boys, Bill Perry and Page Ross and the Blue Melody Boys, Rainbow Valley Boys, Red Heads, Don Reno and Red Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Rogers Brothers and the Tennessee Partners, Rouse Brothers, Carl Sauceman and the Green Valley Boys, Claude Sewart and the Tennessee Ramblers, Delmer Sexton and the Rone County Boys, Ernest Stacey and Harlin Kazy and the Southern Mountain Boys, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Dave Woolum and Noah Crase, Nelson Young.

Bluegrass: That High Lonesome Sound. Jasmine Records JASMCD 3608/9, 2012. 2 discs. Featuring: See above.

Bluegrass: That High Lonesome Sound. Jasmine Records JASMCD 3608/9, 2012. 2 discs. Featuring: See above.

Bluegrass Today: The Hits. Rounder Records ED CD 901, 1996. Featuring: Alison Brown, Cox Family, Johnson Mountain Boys, Alison Krauss, IIIrd Tyme Out, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Laurie Lewis, Lonesome River Band, Del McCoury, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Lynn Morris, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Northern Lights, Rice Brothers.

Bluegrass Unlimited Special. Rounder Records CD BUI, 2002. Featuring: Tom Adams, Michael Cleveland, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Hazel Dickens, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Ginny Hawker, Carol Elizabeth Jones, IIIrd Tyme Out, James King, Alison Krauss, Phil Leadbetter, Laurie Lewis, Longview, Claire Lynch, Lynn Morris, Rambler’s Choice, Rice, Rice, Hillman, and Pedersen, Stevens Sisters, Ron Stewart, Suzanne Thomas, Rhonda Vincent, Jeff White.

Blue Ribbon Banjo. Rounder Records ED CD 7001, 1995. Featuring: Tom Adams and the Johnson Mountain Boys, Fred Cockerham, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Bill Evans, Bela Fleck, Tony Furtado, John Hartford, Bill Keith, Ola Belle Reed, Mark Schatz, Allen Sheton, Craig Smith and Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum, Tony Trischka, Scott Vestal and Livewire, Johnnie Whisnant.

Blue Ribbon Bluegrass. Rounder Records CD AN 11, 1993. Featuring: Bluegrass Album Band, Luke and Jenny Anne Bulla, Vassar Clements, Cox Family, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Hazel Dickens, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Here Today, Jim and Jesse, Johnson Mountain Boys, James King, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Laurie Lewis, Lynn Morris Band, Del McCoury Band, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Tony Rice, Rice Brothers, Ricky Skaggs, Tony Trischka, Warrior River Boys, Whites.

Blue Ridge Mountain Mandolin. Pinecastle Records PRC 6504, 2003. Featuring: Michael Andes, Butch Baldassari, Wayne Benson, Jesse Brock, Ronnie McCoury, Jesse McReynolds, Bobby Osborne, Josh Williams.

Blue Ridge Music Trails of North Carolina. University of North Carolina Press, [2013]. Featuring: Etta Baker, Glenn Bolick, Buckstankle Boys, Christian Harmony Singers at Saint John’s Church, Elkville String Band, Pop Ferguson, Flatt and Scruggs, Dorothy Hess, Christine Horton, Tommy Jarrell and Fred Cockerham, Kruger Brothers, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Bobby McMillon, New North Carolina Ramblers, Donna Ray Norton, Frank Proffitt, Ola Belle Reed, Lesley Riddle, George Shuffler and Laura Boosinger, Manco Sneed, Trevor and Travis Stuart, H.P. Van Hoy, Watson Family, Welch Family Singers.

Bluff Country Gathering: A Celebration of Traditional Music, 2000-2004. Jawbone Records 005, 2005. Featuring: Kerry Blech, James Bryan, Bob Carlin, Bill Dilloff, Dan Gellert, Rayna Gellert, Bruce Greene, Vesta Johnson, Carl Jones and Beverly Smith, New Southern Broadcasters, Rhythm Rats, Geoff Seitz, Eric and Suzy Thompson, Jimmy Triplett.

Brandywine Mountain Music Convention: A Twenty Year Legacy of Old Time Music. Chubby Dragon CD 1006, 1999. Featuring: Virgil Anderson, Bailes Brothers, Balfa Brothers, Ralph Blizard,  Elizabeth Cotten, Kyle Creed and Fred Cockerham, Junior Dougherty, J.P. and Annadeene Fraley, Art Galbraith, Highwoods String Band, Roscoe Holcomb, Tommy Jarrell, Grandpa Jones, Lily May Ledford, Rose Maddox, Julia Mainer, Wade Mainer, Mariachi America, Dave Morris, Ira Mullins, New Lost City Ramblers, A.L. Phipps Family, Joe Politte, Ola Belle Reed, Roan Mountain Hilltoppers, Smokey Valley Boys, Kilby Snow, Lowe Stokes, Simon St. Pierre, Bob Wills Band.

Bristol Sessions, 1927/1928: Country Music’s ‘Big Bang,’ CD A. JSP Records 77156A, 2012. Featuring: Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker, Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers, Alfred G. Karnes, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Quartet, Blind Alfred Reed, Shelor Family, B.F. Shelton, Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Tennessee Mountaineers, Tenneva Ramblers, West Virginia Coon Hunters, Henry Whitter.

Bristol Sessions, 1927/1928: Country Music’s ‘Big Bang,’ CD B. JSP Records 77156B, 2012. Featuring: Alcoa Quartet, Dad Blackard’s Moonshiners, E. Kahle Brewer, Bull Mountain Moonshiners, Uncle Eck Dunford, Miss Irma Frost, Johnson Brothers, Alfred G. Karnes, Walter Mooney, J.P. Nester, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Quartet, Blind Alfred Reed, Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Tenneva Ramblers, El Watson.

Bristol Sessions, 1927/1928: Country Music’s ‘Big Bang,’ CD C. JSP Records 77156C, 2012. Featuring: Uncle Eck Dunford, Johnson Brothers, Alfred G. Karnes, Shortbuckle Roark and Family, Smyth County Ramblers, Ernest Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Stoneman Family, B.F. Shelton, Ernest Tubbs and His Holiness Singers.

Bristol Sessions, 1927/1928: Country Music’s ‘Big Bang,’ CD D. JSP Records 77156D, 2012. Featuring: Carolina Twins, Clarence Greene, Howard-Peak (The Blind Musicians), Ernest Phipps and His Congregation, Smith Brothers, Stoneman Family.

Cabin on a Mountain: Classic King and Starday Bluegrass from the 1950s and ‘60s. King Records KG-0542-2, 2003. Featuring: Jimmy Martin and Bob Osborne, Stoneman Family, Vern and Ray.

Cajun Capers: Cajun Music, 1928-1954, CD 1: One Step, Two Step. Proper Records P1461, 2005. Includes separate booklet. Featuring: Amede Ardoin, Amadie Breaux, Clemo Breaux, Soileau Couzens, Joe Creduer and Albert Babineaux, Oscar Doucet, Joseph Falcon, Dudley and James Fawvor, Columbus Fruge, Ernest Fruge, Bixy Guidy and Percy Babineaux, Delin T. Guillory and Lewis LaFleur, Delma Lachney and Blind Uncle Gaspard, Mayuse LaFleur, Angelas LeJeunne, Dennis McGee, Artelus Mistric, Bertmost Montet and Joswell Dupuis, Moise Robin, Segura Brothers, Alius Soileau, Leo Soileau.

Cajun Capers: Cajun Music, 1928-1954, CD 2: Lake Arthur Stomp. Proper Records P1462, 2005. Featuring: Nathan Abshire and Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Amede Ardoin, Breaux Freres, Dixie Ramblers, Falcon Trio, Happy Fats and Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Hackberry Ramblers, Jolly Boys of Lafayette, Dennis McGee, Miller’s Merrymakers, Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Riverside Ramblers, Floyd Shreve and the Three Aces, Leo Soileau’s Four Acres.

Cajun Capers: Cajun Music, 1928-1954, CD 3: Lake Charles Shuffle. Proper Records P1463, 2005. Featuring: Alley Boys of Abbeville, Harry Choates, Harry Choates and His Melody Boys, Buddy Duhon, Happy Fats and Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Four Aces, J.B. Fulier and His Merrymakers, Chuck Guillory and His Rhythm Boys, Hackberry Ramblers, Joe’s Acadians, Floyd LeBlanc, Iry LeJeune, Jimmy Newman, Thibodeaux Boys, Joe Werner and the Ramblers.

 

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Cajun Capers: Cajun Music, 1928-1954, CD 4: Big Mamou. Proper Records P1464, 2005. Featuring: Nathan Abshire, Vin Bruce, Harry Choates, Link Davis, Clarence “Bon Ton” Garlow, Floyd LeBlanc, Horace LeBleaux and Bar-X Ramblers, Cliff LeMarie and His Melody Boys, Marion Marcotte and His Cajuns, Moon Mullican, Jimmy Newman, Papa Cairo, Shuk Richard and the Louisiana Aces, Gene Rodrigue and the Bayou Boys, Eddie Shuler’s All Star Reveelier, Red Smith and the Bayou Boys, Al Terry, Pal Thibodeaux, Lawrence Walker, Lawrence Walker and Wandering Aces, Jack Wyatt and the Bayou Boys.

Cajun Early Recordings: Important Swamp Sides Remastered, CD A. JSP Records 7726 A, 2004. Featuring: Amede Ardoin, Joe Falcon, Mayuse LaFleur, Dennis McGhee, Leo Soileau.

Cajun Early Recordings: Important Swamp Sides Remastered, CD B. JSP Records 7726 B, 2004. Featuring: Amedee Breaux, Cleona Breaux, Clifford Breaux, Ophy Breaux, Joe Falcon.

Cajun Early Recordings: Important Swamp Sides Remastered, CD C. JSP Records 7726 C, 2004. Featuring: Tony Alleman, Moise Robin, Alius Soileau, Leo Soileau, Lawrence Walker.

Cajun Early Recordings: Important Swamp Sides Remastered, CD D. JSP Records 7726 D, 2004. Featuring: Hackberry Ramblers, Floyd Rainwater, Lonnie Rainwater, Floyd Shreve, Lennis Sonnier.

Cajun Honky Tonk: The Khoury Recordings, Volume 2. Arhoolie Records CD 541, 2012. Featuring: Nathan Abshire, Sandy Austin, Tan Benoit, Tan Benoit French Band, Virgel Bozman String Band, Jimmy Choates, Cleveland Crochet, Elise Deshotel, Amar Devillier, Lawrence “Blackie” Fruge, Wilson Granger, Musical Four Plus One, Oklahoma Tornadoes, Shuk Richard, Ernest “Tipidoe” Thibodeaux French Band, Vincent and Cagley, Lawrence Walker.

Cajun Hot Stuff: 1928-1940. Acrobat Music ACRCD 127, 2003. Featuring: Oscar Doucet and Alius Soileau, Falcon Trio, Happy Fats and His Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Columbus Fruge, J.B. Fuselier and His Merrymakers, Delin T. Guillory and Lewis LeFleur, Hackberry Ramblers, Miller’s Merrymakers, Areleus Mistric, Berthmost Montet, Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Floyd Shreve and the Three Aces, Leo Soileau, Thibodeaux Boys, Lawrence Walker.

Cajun Music Anthology, Volume 1: Le Gran Mamou. Country Music Foundation CMF 013-D, 1990. Featuring: Nathan Abshire and the Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Amedee Ardoin and Dennis McGee, Soileau Couzens, Joe Creduer and Albert Babineaux, Dixie Ramblers, Oscar Doucet and Alius Soileau, Happy Fats and His Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Falcon Trio, Four Aces, Columbus Fruge, J.B. Fuselier and His Merrymakers, Bixy Guidry and Percy Babineaux, Delin T. Guillory and Lewis LaFleur, Hackberry Ramblers, Joe’s Acadians, Mayuse LaFleur, Arteleus Mistric, Berthmost Montet and Joswell Dupuis, Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Moise Robin, Leo Soileau, Leo Soileau and His Three Aces, Thibodeaux Boys, Lawrence Walker.

Cajun Music Anthology, Volume 2: Raise Your Window. Country Music Foundation CMF 017-D, 1993. Featuring: Percy Babineaux and Bixy Guidry, Soileau Couzens, Joe Creduer and Albert Babineaux, Oscar Doucet and Alius Soileau, Falcon Trio, Happy Fats and His Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Delin T. Guillory and Lewis LaFleur, Hackberry Ramblers, Joe’s Acadians, Miller’s Merrymakers, Arteleus Mistric, Berthmost Montet and Joswell Dupuis, Floyd Shreve and His Three Aces, Leo Soileau and His Three Aces, Leo Soileau and Mayuse LaFleur, Thibodeaux Boys.

Cajun Origins. Catfish Recorsd KATCD202, 2001. Featuring: Amedee Ardoin, Amedee Breaux, Cleoma Breaux, Orphy Breaux, Breaux Freres, Joe Falcon, Hackberry Ramblers, Dewey Segura, Leo Soileau and Mayuse Fleur.

Cajun String Bands. Arhoolie Records CD 7014, 1997. Featuring: Clifford Breaux, Luderin Darbone and the Hackberry Ramblers, Dixie Ramblers, J.B. Fuselier and Miller’s Merrymakers, Leo Soileau and His Aces.

Celebration: 25 Years of the Charlotte Folk Society. Charlotte Folk Society, [2007?]. Featuring: Annabelles, Burford Brothers, Carolina Gator Gumbo, Dawn Treaders, Wayne Erbsen, Fret Knot, Rhiannon Giddens, Si Kahn, Kilocycle Kowboys, Little Windows, Maggie’s Fancy, Magpye, Mallard Creek String Band, Joe Newberry, Carole Outwater, Ray Owens and Marc Rudow, Marilyn Price, Ruffians, Susan Sherlock, Pat Talbert, Clyde Williams.

Classic African-American Ballads. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40191, 2006. Featuring: Pink Anderson, Big Bill Broonzy, John Cephas and Phil Wiggins, Convicts at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Willie Dixon, K.C. Douglas, Snooks Eaglin, Jazz Gillum, Woody Guthrie, John Jackson, Lead Belly, Memphis Slim, Horace Sprott, Arbee Stidham, Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Dave Van Ronk, Josh White, Josh White Jr., Warner Williams.

Classic African American Gospel. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40194, 2008. Featuring: Elder Charles D. Beck and Choir, Bishop Bowen and the Combined Gospel Choirs, Elizabeth Cotten, Rev. Gary Davis, Alvin Dockett and Blessed, First Independent Holy Church of God and Unity, Fisk Jubilee Singers, Rev. Willie Gresham and His Congregation, Fannie Lou Hamer, Juanita Johnson and the Gospel Tones, Lead Belly and Huddie Ledbetter, Little Brother Montgomery, Madison’s Lively Stones, Missionary Quintet, Mississippi Mass Choir, Mary Pinckney, Dock Reed, Brother John Sellers, Horace Sprott, Starlight Gospel Singers, Sonny Terry, Thrasher Wonders, Two Gospel Keys, Sister Ernestine Washington and Bunk Johnson.

Classic Bluegrass. Direct Source Special Products AV 22052, 2003. Featuring: Brown’s Ferry Four, Delmore Brothers, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Earl Robinson, Arthur Smith Trio, Josh White.

Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40092, 2002. Featuring: Harley Allen and Mike Lilly Band, Red Allen and the Kentuckians, Country Gentlemen, Hazel Dickens, Friendly City Playboys, Cullen Gaylean and the Virginia Mountain Boys, Alice Gerrard, Smiley Hobbs, Snuffy Jenkins, David and Billie Ray Johnson, Johnson Mountain Boys, Lilly Brothers and Don Stover, Lonesome Strangers, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Hugh Moore, Nashville Grass, New Lost City Ramblers, Stanley Brothers, Roni Stoneman, Roger Sprung, Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Frank Wakefield, Doc Watson.

Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways, Volume 2. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40163, 2005. Featuring: Harley Allen, Red Allen, Chubby Anthony, Country Gentlemen, Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard, Bob Everhart, Georgia Pals, Tom Gray, Half and Half, John Hartford, Smiley Hobbs, Clint Howard, David Johnson, Pete Kuykendall, B. Lilly, Lilly Brothers and Don Stover, Sonny Miller, Bill Monroe, Tom Morgan, Nashville Grass, Bill Price, Fred Price, Red Clay Ramblers, Ola Belle Reed, Larry Richardson, Peter Rowan, Jerry Stuart, Earl Taylor, Frank Wakefield, Doc Watson, Eric Weissberg.

Classic Country Music on the Bluebird Label. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 270, 2009. Featuring: “Boots” and J.H. Howell, Four Pickled Peppers, Frank Gerald and Howard Dixon, Happy Go Lucky Boys, Hill Brothers and Willie Simmons, Hinson, Pitts and Coley, Johnson County Ramblers, Steve Ledford and the Mountaineers, Park Lindsay and His Bluebirds, Carrie Mae Moore and Faye Barres, Norwood and Mrs. Tew, Byron Parker’s Mountaineers, Rouse Brothers, Southern Melody Boys, Oliver “Socko” Underwood.

Classic Country Music on the Decca 5000 Series. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 077, 2004. Featuring: Homer Briarhopper, Cliff Bruner and Texas Wanderers, Carlisle Brothers, Carolina Buddys, Edith and Sherman Collins, Dave Edwards and Alabama Boys, Four Aces and Leo Soileau, Curly Fox and Joe Shelton, Stuart Hamblen’s Covered Wagon Jubilee, Ralph Hodge’s Dixie Vagabonds, Hugh and Shug’s Radio Pals, Kelly Family, Leon’s Lone Star Cowboys, Louisiana Strollers, Log Cabin Boys, Mack Brothers, Red River Dave McEnery, Tex Owens and Texas Rangers, Riley Puckett, Rice Brothers Gang, Frank and Buddy Ross, Ross Rhythm, Leon Scott and Claude Boone, Texas Ruby, Happy Jack Turner.

Classic Field Recordings: Landmark Country Sessions from a Lost Era, CD A: 1936-1940. JSP Records 77131A, 2010. Featuring: Johnnie Barfield, Dewey and Gassie Bassett, McClendon Brothers.

Classic Field Recordings: Landmark Country Sessions from a Lost Era, CD B: 1937-1940. JSP Records 77131B, 2010. Featuring: Dewey and Gassie Bassett, Walter Couch and Wilks Ramblers, Four Pickled Peppers, Happy Valley Boys, Pine Ridge Boys, Pete Pyle, Roy Shaffer, Tennessee Ramblers.

Classic Field Recordings: Landmark Country Sessions from a Lost Era, CD C: 1937-1940. JSP Records 77131C, 2010. Featuring: Grady and Hazel Cole, Hill Brothers and Willie Simmons, Hinson, Pitts and Coley, J.H. Howell, Walter Hurdt, Julian Johnson and Lyon Hyatt, Smith’s Carolina Crackerjacks, George Wade and the Caro Ginians.

Classic Field Recordings: Landmark Country Sessions from a Lost Era, CD D: 1933-1939. JSP Records 77131D, 2010. Featuring: Lester “Pete” Bivins, Blind Fiddler, Gwen Foster, Louisiana Lou, Jack Pierce, Rouse Brothers, Southern Melody Boys.

Classic Folk Music. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40110, 2004. Featuring: Big Bill Broonzy, Paul Clayton, Elizabeth Cotten, Barbara Dane, Haywire Mac, Cisco Houston, Burl Ives, Fred Gerlach, Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Brownie McGhee, New Lost City Ramblers, Phil Ochs, Mary Pickney and Janie Hunter, Jean Ritchie, Paul Robeson, Earl Robinson, Mike Seeger, Peggy Seeger, Pete Seeger, Hobart Smith, Mark Spoelstra, Dave Van Ronk, Doc Watson.

Classic Louisiana Recordings: Cajun and Creole Music, Volume 2: 1934-1937. Rounder Records 11661-1843-2, 1999. Featuring: Amelie Alexandre, Cecile Audebert, Cleveland Benoit and Darby Hicks, Davous Berard, Mr. Bornu, Fenelon Brasseaux, Wilfred Charles, Austin Coleman and Washington Brown and Sampson Brown, Joseph Jones, Jimmy Peters and Ring Dance Singers, Edier Segura, Cleveland Sonnier, Fenelus Sonnier, Isaac Sonnier, Jesse Stafford, Lanese Vincent and Sidney Richard.

Classic Mountain Songs. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40094, 2002. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Horton Barker, Dock Boggs, Dillard Chandler, George Davis, Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard, Norman Edmonds, Roscoe Holcomb, Clint Howard, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Sam McGee, Old Regular Baptists, Phipps Family, Fred Price, Ola Belle Reed, Lesley Riddle, Jean Ritchie, Kilby Snow, Pete Steele, Pop Stoneman, Marion Sumner, Berzilla Wallin, Doug Wallin, Wade Ward, Doc and Merle Watson.

Classic Old-Time Fiddle. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40193, 2007. Featuring: Tony Alderman, Paul Brown, Ross Brown, Gaither Carlton, J.D. Cornett, Caleb Finch and the Iron Mountain String Band, Buddy Griffin and Red Allen and the Kentuckians, Bill Hicks, Charlie Higgens and the Buck Mountain Band, Greg Hooven and the Greg Hooven String Band, Tommy Jarrell and Frank Bode, David and Billie Ray Johnson, Clark Kessinger, Hoyt Ming and the Pep Steppers, Buddy Pendleton and the Stony Mountain Boys, Roy Pope and the Carolina Homeboys, Fred Price and Clint Howard, Eck Robertson, Tracy Schwarz and Mike Seeger, Arthur Smith and the McGee Brothers, John W. Summers, Marion Sumner, Gordon Tanner and the Skillet Lickers, Joe and Odell Thompson, Doug Wallin, Wade Ward, Johnny Warren and the Nashville Grass, Doc Watson, Melvin Wine.

Classic Old-Time Music. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40093, 2003. Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Etta Baker and Cora Phillips, Frank Bode and Tommy Jarrell, Dock Boggs, Andy Cahan and Lisa Ornstein and Laura Fishelder, Gaither Carlton, Maybelle Carter and Sara Carter Bayes, Cousin Emmy, Roscoe Holcomb, Iron Mountain String Band, David and Bill Johnson and Billy Ray Johnson, Clark Kessinger, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Sam and Kirk McGee, New Lost City Ramblers, Old Reliable String Band, George Pegram, Red Clay Ramblers and Al McCanless, Mike Seeger, Lee Sexton, Spare Change Boys, John W. Summers, Gordon Tanner and Joe Miller and John Patterson, Joe and Tommy Thompson, Wade Ward, Doc Watson and Fred Price.

Classic Old Time Music on Columbia. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 057, 2003. Featuring: Al Craver, Vernon Dalhart, Deal Family, Grady Family, Miner Hawkins, Dan Hornsby, McMichen’s Melody Men, Fate Norris, Charlie Parker and Mack Woolbright, Chubby Parker, Pelican Wildcats, Obed Pickard, Riley Puckett, Charles B. Smith, Skillet Lickers, Smith’s Sacred Singers, Gid Tanner, Arthur Tanner’s Corn Shuckers, Gid Tanner and His Georgia Boys, Dock Walsh.

Classic Old Time Music on Edison. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 308, 2010. Featuring: John Baltzell, Jasper Bisbee, Vernon Dalhart, Dalhart’s Texas Panhandlers, Willard Hodgin, Jimson Brothers, Frankie Marvin, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Posey Rorer and the North Carolina Ramblers, Allen Sisson, Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers.

Classic Old Time Music on Edison. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 308, 2010. Featuring: See above.

Classic Old Time Music on Okeh. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 050, 2003. Featuring: Bill Chitwood’s Georgia Mountaineers, Four Virginians, Andrew Jenkins and Carson Robison, Blind Andy Jenkins and Mary Lee, Bela Lam’s Greene County Singers, Fiddlin’ Bob Larkin’s Music Makers, J.D. McFarland and Daughter, Narmour and Smith, North Carolina Cooper Boys, Phil Pavey, Ralph Richardson, Hugh Roden and Roy Rodgers, Scottdale String Band, Roba Stanley and Bill Patterson, George Walburn and Emmett Hethcox.

Classic Old Time Music on Victor. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 128, 2005. Featuring: Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker, Carolina Twins, Jack Cawley’s Oklahoma Ridge Runners, Hiter Colvin, Mellie Dunham’s Orchestra, Gwen Foster, Bill Helms and His Upson County Band, Johnson Brothers, Judge Sturdy’s Orchestra, Dempson and Denmon Lewis, Moonshiners, Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers, Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers, Jilson Setters, Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers, Tennessee Mountaineers.

Classic Old Time Music on Vocalion. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 140, 2006. Featuring: Ashley and Foster, Louis Bird, Carroll County Revelers, Cal Davenport and His Gang, Fisher Hendley and His Carolina Tar Heels, Alex Hood and His Railroad Boys, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Milner and Curtis Magnolia Ramblers, Morris Family, Perry County Music Makers, Reaves White Country Ramblers, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians, Southern Moonlight Entertainers, Floyd Thompson’s Hometowners, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers.

Classic Railroad Songs. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40192, 2006. Featuring: Elizabeth Cotten, L.M. Hilton, Woody Guthrie, Haywire Mac, Cisco Houston, Iron Mountain String Band, Lead Belly, Furry Lewis, Brownie McGhee, John D. Mounce, New Lost City Ramblers, Walt Robertson, Mike Seeger, Pete Seeger, Rosalie Sorrels, Pop Stoneman, Vernon Suthpin, Henry Grady Terrell, Sonny Terry, Virginia Mountain Boys, Annie Watson, Doc Watson.

Classic Southern Gospel. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40137, 2005. Featuring: Red Allen, Allen Brothers, Clarence Ashley, Dock Boggs, Country Gentlemen, Debusk-Weaver Family, Hazel and Alice, Clint Howard, Indian Bottom Association of Old Regular Baptists, Lilly Brothers, Bill Monroe, Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Tom Morgan, Old Harp Singers of Eastern Tennessee, A.L. Phipps Family, Poplin Family, Fred Price, Jean Ritchie, Kilby Snow, Stancer Quartet, Earnest Stoneman, Doc Watson, Watson Family, Harry and Jeanie West.

Clawhammer Banjo, Volume 2. County Records CD 2717, 2004. Featuring: Gaither Carlton, Fred Cockerham, Kyle Creed, Tommy Jarrell, Sidna and Fulton Myers, Matokie Slaughter, Glen Smith, Willard Watson, Oscar Wright.

Close to Home: Old Time Music from Mike Seeger’s Collection, 1952-1967. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40097, 1997. Featuring: Will Adam, Tom Ashley, Blue Ridge Buddies, Scott Boatright, Dock Boggs, Sara Carter Bayes and Maybelle Carter, Emmett Cole, Elizabeth Cotten, Bill and Jean Davis, Pearly “Grandma” Davis, Clarence Ferrill, Louise Foreacre, A.L. Hall and Group, Snuffy Jenkins and Ira Dimmery, George Landers, Sherman Lawson, Clyde Lewis, Edsel Martin and Bill McElreath, J.J. Neece, “Lost John” Ray and Walt Koken, Lesley Riddle, Eck Robertson and the New Lost City Ramblers, Arthur Smith and Sam and Kirk McGee, Kilby Snow, Stancer Quartet, Ernest and Hattie Stoneman, Archie Sturgill, Kate Peters Sturgill, J.C. “Cleve” Sutphin, V.L. Sutphin, Wade Ward, Elizabeth White.

Cluck Old Hen: A Barnyard Serenade, 1926-1940. Old Hat CD-1009, 2012. Featuring: Gene Autry, Beale Street Sharks, Casey Bill, Binkley Brothers’ Dixie Clodhoppers, Teddy Bunn and Spencer Williams, Cliff Carlisle, Carolina Ramblers String Band, Dxieland Jug Blowers, George Edgin’s Corn Dodgers, Georgia Browns, Grayson and Whitter, Honeyboy and Sassafras, Peg Leg Howell and Eddie Anthony, J.O. Albert LaMadeleine, Leake County Revelers, John McClung, Earl McDonald’s Original Louisville Jug Band, Mustard and Gravy, Riley Puckett, Walter Rhodes, Six Jumping Jacks, Sweet Papa Stovepipe, Tune Wranglers, Utica Institute Jubilee Singers.

Coal Country Music. Heartwood HW1246, 2009. Featuring: Shirley Stewart Burns, Cedar Hill Refugees and Ralph Stanley, Justin Townes Earle, Schuyler Fisk, Phylis Geller, Tom T. Hall, Jason and the Scorchers, Diana Jones, Klezmatics, Celeste Krenz, Kathy Mattea, Natalie Merchant, Willie Nelson, John Prine, Public Outcry, Bonnie Raitt, Jean Ritchie, Gillian Welch, Jason Wilber.

Coal Mining Women. Rounder Recorsd CD 4025, 1997. Featuring: Phyllis Boyens, Hazel Dickens, Sarah Gunning, Reel World String Band, Florence Reese.

Columbia Country Classics, Volume 1: The Golden Age. Columbia Records CK 46029, 1990. Featuring: Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseeans, Roy Acuff and His Smokey Mountain Boys, Gene Autry, Carter Family, Chuck Wagon Gang, Spade Cooley, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Al Dexter and His Troopers, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers, Molly O’Day and the Cumberland Mountain Folks, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Texas Ruby, Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

Constant Sorrow: Bluegrass from Root to Flower. Fantastic Voyage FVTD073, 2010. 3 discs. Featuring: Roy Acuff, Hobo Jack Adkins, Aiken County String Band, Emry Arthur, Bailey Brothers, Carl Butler, Bill Carlisle’s Kentucky Home Boys, Cliff Carlisle’s Buckle Busters, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Colwell Brothers, Connie and Babe, Jim Eanes, Monroe Gevedon, G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter, Roy Hall, Frank Hunter, Bonnie Knittel, Earl Johnson, Grandpa Jones, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer, Uncle Dave Macon, Joe Maphis, Jimmy Martin, McCormick Brothers, Sam McGee, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Bill Monroe, Monroe Brothers, Byrd Moore, Zeke Morris, Morris Brothers, Sonny Osborne, Osborne Brothers and Red Allen, Byron Parker, Curly Parker, Charlie Poole, Don Reno, Rouse Brothers, Hayes Shepherd, Jimmie Skinner, Arthur Smith and the Delmore Brothers, L.C. Smith and Ralph Mayo, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Toby Stroud, Frank Wakefield and Buster Turner, Dock Walsh, Mac Wiseman.

 

Continuing Tradition, Volume 1: Ballads. Folk-Legacy Records CD-75, 2004.

Featuring: Gordon Bok, Sara Grey and the New Golden Ring, Joe Hickerson and the New Golden Ring, Max Hunter, Grant Rogers, Tony and Irene Saletan, Helen Bonchek Schneyer, Betty Smith, Joan Sprung, Ed Trickett and the New Golden Ring, Harry Tuft.

 

Cornshucker’s Frolic: Downhome Music and Entertainment from the American Countryside, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2045, 1999.

Featuring: Andrew and Jim Baxter, Binkley Brothers’ Dixie Clodhoppers, Calloway’s West Virginia Mountaineers, James Cole’s String Band, Coon’s Joy Boys, Crockett’s Country Mountaineers, Evans and McClain, Freeny’s Barn Dance Band, Winston Holmes and Charlie Turner, Lewis Brothers, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Hambone Willie Newbern, Judge Sturdy’s Orchestra, Charlie Parker, Pigmeat Pete and Catjuice Charley, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Red Headed Fiddlers, Reeves’ White County Ramblers, Seven Foot Dilly and His Dill Pickles, Stoneman’s Blue Ridge Cornshuckers, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Henry Thomas.

 

Cornshucker’s Frolic: Downhome Music and Entertainment from the American Countryside, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2046, 1999.

Featuring: Andrew and Jim Baxter, Blue Ridge Highballers, Blind Blake, Joe Brown, Cofer Brothers, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers, A.A. Gray, Peg Leg Howell and Eddie Anthony, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Leake County Revelers, Massey Family, Memphis Jug Band, Bob Miller and His Hinky Dinkers, Billy Milton, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Seven Foot Dilly, Steve and His Hot Shots, Frank Stokes and Dan Sane, Stoneman’s Blue Ridge Cornshuckers, Henry Thomas, Uncle Jimmy Thompson, DeCosta Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters.

 

Country and Western, CD 1. Membran Music 223001-321/A, 2005.

Featuring: Jules Verne Allen, Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, Grayson and Whitter, John Hurt, Dick Justice, Buell Kazee, Sam McGee, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Pickard Family, Jimmie Rodgers, Jimmie Tarlton, Henry Thomas.

 

Country and Western, CD 2. Membran Music 223001-321/B, 2005.

Featuring: Kokomo Arnold, Clarence Ashley, Cliff Carlisle, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Carter Family, Dave and Howard, Jimmie Davis, Delmore Brothers, Fort Worth Dough Boys, Jackson County Barn Owls, Kentucky Ramblers, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Ernest Phipps, Tex Ritter, Jimmie Rodgers, George Wade and Francum Braswell.

 

Country and Western, CD 3. Membran Music 223001-321/C, 2005.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Gene Autry, Milton Brown, Cliff Bruner, Carter Family, Al Dexter, Modern Mountaineers, Monroe Brothers, Patsy Montana, Ernest Phipps, Riverside Ramblers, Roy Rogers, Joe Werner, Bob Wills.

 

Country and Western, CD 4. Membran Music 223001-321/D, 2005.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Gene Autry, Chuck Wagon Gang, Dixie Ramblers, Adolph Hofner, Jubileers, Bill Mounce, Hank Penny, Shelton Brothers, Sons of Dixie, Ernest Tubb, Village Boys, Bob Wills, Johnnie Lee Wills.

 

Country and Western, CD 5. Membran Music 223001-321/E, 2005.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Shelley Lee Alley, Armstrong Twins, Johnny Bond, Spade Cooley, Al Dexter, Jack Guthrie, Tex Ritter, Texas Ruby, Arthur Smith, Merle Travis, Wesley Tuttle, Jimmy Widener, Tex Williams, Bob Wills, Jimmy Wyble.

 

Country and Western, CD 6. Membran Music 223001-321/F, 2005.

Featuring: Chet Atkins, Gene Autry, Jonny Bond, Spade Cooley, Red Foley, Billy Hughes, Bill Monroe, Hank Penny, Ocie Stockard, Merle Travis, Johnny Tyler, Jimmy Widener, Hank Williams, Tex Williams, Bob Wills, Jimmy Wyble.

 

Country and Western, CD 7. Membran Music 223001-321/G, 2005.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Johnny Bond, Spade Cooley, Link Davis, Al Dexter, K.C. Douglas, Dick Dyson, Red Foley, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Paul Howard, Dickie Jones, Pee Wee King, Eddie Miller, Miller Brothers, Hank Penny, Merle Travis, Hank Williams.

 

Country and Western, CD 8. Membran Music 223001-321/H, 2005.

Featuring: Delmore Brothers, Tommy Duncan, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Haley, Tommy Mooney, Rip Ramsey, Jack Rivers, Tommy Sargent, Tommy Scott, Jimmy Wakely, Tex Williams, Johnnie Lee Wills.

 

Country and Western, CD 9. Membran Music 223001-321/I, 2005.

Featuring: Johnny Bond, Billy Briggs, Tiny Colbert, Tommy Duncan, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Haley, Johnny Hicks, Eddie Kirk, Lone Star Playboys, Leon Payne, Stanley Brothers, Hank Thompson, Floyd Tillman, Curley Williams, Hank Williams.

 

Country and Western, CD 10. Membran Music 223001-321/J, 2005.

Featuring: Gene Autry, Johnny Bond, Spade Cooley, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jesse James, Jimmy Prince, Richard Prine, Andy Schroder, Carl Smith, Texas Top Hands, Hank Williams.

 

Country and Western, CD 1. Membran Music 223495-321/A, 2006.

Featuring: Allen Brothers, DeFord Bailey, Dr. Humphrey Bate, Dock Boggs, Crook Brothers, Floyd County Ramblers, G.B. Grayson, Grayson and Whitter, Kelly Harrell, Alex Hood, Alfred Karnes, Kentucky Ramblers, Ernest Phipps, Jimmie Rodgers, B.F. Shelton, W.M. Stepp, Williamson Brothers.

 

Country and Western, CD 2. Membran Music 223495-321/B, 2006.

Featuring: Milton Brown, Dave and Howard, Fort Worth Dough Boys, Alfred Karnes, Kentucky Ramblers, Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie, Ernest Phipps, Renfro Valley Boys, Jimmie Rodgers, B.F. Shelton, W.M. Stepp and Mae Puckett, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers, Woodie Brothers, Yellow Jackets.

 

Country and Western, CD 3. Membran Music 223495-321/C, 2006.

Featuring: Shelley Lee Alley, Gene Autry, Bar X Cowboys, Cliff Bruner, Jimmie Davis, Lonnie Glosson, Rex Griffin, Joe’s Acadians, Alfred Karnes, Light Crust Doughboys, Monroe Brothers, Jimmie Revard, Riverside Ramblers, B.F. Shelton, Shelton Brothers, Sons of the Pioneers, W.M. Stepp and W. Williams, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers.

 

Country and Western, CD 4. Membran Music 223495-321/D, 2006.

Featuring: Shelley Lee Alley, Gene Autry, Bill Boyd, Nolan Bush, Claude Casey, Jimmy Hart, Jubileers, Dickie McBride, Modern Mountaineers, Bill Mounce, Radio Cowboys, Hank Penny, Ernest Tubb, W. Walker and G. Sullivan, Bob Wills.

 

Country and Western, CD 5. Membran Music 223495-321/E, 2006.

Featuring: Gene Autry, Spade Cooley, Ted Daffan, Delmore Brothers, Lousie Massey, Bill Monroe, Hank Penny, W.M. Stepp, Ocie Stockard, Curly Williams, Foy Willing, Jimmy Wyble.

 

Country and Western, CD 6. Membran Music 223495-321/F, 2006.

Featuring: Johnny Bond, Ben Christian, Elmer Christian, Delmore Brothers, Paul Howard, Pee Wee King, Molly O’Day, Hank Penny, Sons of the Pioneers, Ocie Stockard, T. Texas Tyler, Floyd Tillman, Jimmy Wakely, Jimmy Widener, Bob Wills, Luke Wills, Boots Woodall.

 

Country and Western, CD 7. Membran Music 223495-321/G, 2006.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Dub Adams, Johnny Bond, Billy Briggs, Harry Choates, Homer Clemons, Al Dexter, Sonny Hall, Lone Star Playboys, Bill Monroe, Hank Penny, Buck Roberts, Cliffie Stone, Floyd Tillman, Johnny Tyler, Curly Williams, Bob Wills, Red Woodward.

 

Country and Western, CD 8. Membran Music 223495-321/H, 2006.

Featuring: Jesse Ashlock, Buchanan Brothers, Little Jimmy Dickens, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Art Gunn, Bill Haley, Jimmy Heap, Paul Howard, Pee Wee Hughes, Louis Innies, Jerry Irby, Don McCord, Dan Pickett, Wayne Raney, Sons of the Pioneers, Cliffie Stone, Hank Thompson, Jimmy Wakely, Hank Williams, Tex Williams.

 

Country and Western, CD 9. Membran Music 223495-321/I, 2006.

Featuring: Shorty Bates, Johnny Bond, Little Jimmy Dickens, Lefty Frizzell, Ann Jones, Leon McAuliffe, George Morgan, Molly O’Day, Jimmie Revard, Andy Reynolds, Texas Top Hands, Floyd Tillman, Smiley Whitley, Hank Williams.

 

Country and Western, CD 10. Membran Music 223495-321/J, 2006.

Featuring: Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Lefty Frizzell, Stuart Hamblen, Johnny Hicks, Jerry Irby, Jesse James, Keith Loyd, Buster Martin, Leon McAuliffe, Dickie McBride, Eddie Miller, Carl Smith, Bill Strength, Cotton Thompson, Hank Thompson, Hank Williams.

 

Country Brothers: The Brother Bands of Country Music. Jasmine Records JASMCD 3540, 2004.

Featuring: Allen Brothers, Bailes Brothers, Bailey Brothers, Blue Sky Boys, Buchanan Brothers, Callahan Brothers, Carlisle Brothers, Cartwright Brothers, Delmore Brothers, Dixon Brothers, Farr Brothers, Sam and Kirk McGee, Lone Star Cowboys, Louvin Brothers, Maddox Brothers and Rose, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer, Monroe Brothers, Morris Brothers, Rouse Brothers, Shelton Brothers, Stanley Brothers, York Brothers.

 

Country Fiddle: Fine Early String Band Music, 1924-1937, CD A. JSP Records 77171A, 2013.

Featuring: Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Earl Johnson and His Dixie Entertainers.

 

Country Fiddle: Fine Early String Band Music, 1924-1937, CD B. JSP Records 77171B, 2013.

Featuring: Leake County Revelers.

 

Country Fiddle: Fine Early String Band Music, 1924-1937, CD C. JSP Records 77171C, 2013.

Featuring: Dixie Ramblers, East Texas Serenaders, Freeny Harmonizers, Grinnell Giggers, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers.

 

Country Fiddle: Fine Early String Band Music, 1924-1937, CD D. JSP Records 77171D, 2013.

Featuring: Aiken County String Band, Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Chenoweth’s Cornfield Symphony Orchestra, Cherokee Ramblers, Dykes Magic City Trio, Floyd Ming and His Pep-Steppers, Moatsville String Ticklers, Dr. Smith’s Champion Hoss Hair Pullers.

 

Country Gospel, Volume 1. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 323, 2010.

Featuring: Clarence Baker, Delbert Barker, Curt and Fay Bartmess, Campbell Trio, Claude Eldridge, Peanut Faircloth and His Log Cabin Boys, Joe Franklin, Billie and Gordon Hamrick, Charlie Huff and His Sons of the Plains, Jerry and the String Trio, Le Ferve Trio, Lee Mace and the Ozark Opera Singers, Queen City Sacred Quartet, Roy Robinson, Al Runyon, Hoyt Scoggins and the Kingsmen Quartet, Sunshine Boys Quartet, Troy and Helen, Whirlwind Evangelists.

 

Country Music on the Apollo Label. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 352, 2011.

Featuring: Dolly Dimples and Her Country Cousins, Hiram Higsby and Chuck Davis and the Gang, Smilin’ Eddie Hill and His Boys, Smilin’ Eddie Hill and the Tennessee Mountain Boys, Johnny and Jack and the Tennessee Mountain Boys, Tennessee “Slim” King and the Crossroads Gang, Paul Kirk and His Bunch, Curley Perrin and His Boys, Tommy Sosebee and the Crossroads Gang, Ray Whitley and His Band, Smiley Wilson and the Crossroads Gang.

 

Country Music on the Capitol Label. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 157, 2006.

Featuring: Joe Allison, Boots and Idaho, Freddie Chapman, Leon Chappel, Dub Dickerson, Ramblin’ Jimmie Dolan, Bill Dudley, Tommy Duncan and the Western All Stars, Tommy Faile, Werly Fairburn, Farmer Boys, Jack Guthrie and His Oklahomans, Freddie Hart, Joe “Red” Hayes, Jimmy Heap’s Melody Masters, Cousin Herb Henson, Jack Hunt, Gene O’Quin, Leon Payne, Carl Sauceman and the Green Valley Boys, Jean Shepard, Jimmie Skinner, Chester Smith, Texas Bill Strength, Bucky Tibbs, Merle Travis, Jess Willard, Jimmy Work.

 

Country Music Pioneers on Edison. Document Records DOCD-1102, 2006.

Featuring: Gene Austin and George Reneau, Jasper Bisbee, Blue Ridge Duo, Vernon Dalhart, Dixie Mountaineers, Frank Luther and His Pards, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Rail Splitters, Carson Robison, Carson Robison’s Madcaps, Posey Rorer and the North Carolina Ramblers, Allen Sisson, Shirley Spaulding, Ernest V. Stoneman and Family, Fred Van Eps, Frank Wallace and His Guitar.

 

Country Music Pioneers on Edison, Volume 2. Document Records DOCD-1110, 2013.

Featuring: Jasper Bisbee, Blue Ridge Duo, Vernon Dalhart, Dixie Mountaineers, Jimson Brothers, Frank Luther and His Pards, Frankie Marvin, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Carson Robison’s Madcaps, Posey Rorer’s North Carolina Ramblers, Allen Sisson, Frank Wallace.

 

Country Slide. Acrobat Music ACRCD 242, 2003.

Featuring: Cliff Carlisle, Carter Family, Darby and Tarlton, Jimmie Davis, Dixon Brothers, J.D. Farley, Riley Puckett, Dock Walsh.

 

Crossroads: Southern Routes: Music of the American South. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40080, 1996.

Featuring: Allman Brothers Band, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Betty Mae Jumper, Kingsmen, Denise LaSalle, Les Quatre Vieux Garcons and Dewey Balfa, Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, Lydia Mendoza, Mississippi Mass Choir, Bill Monroe, Neville Brothers, Carl Perkins, SNCC Freedom Singers, Vera Hall Ward, Doc Watson and Merle Watson, Tammy Wynette.

 

Custom Made Gospel. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 402, 2013.

Featuring: Clarence Baker and the Harris Trio, Curt and Faye Bartmess, Lovell Hall and the Country Singers Quartet, Billie and Gordon Hamrick, Billie and Gordon Hamrick and the Low Country Gospel Band, Gene Harper and His Saddle Pals, Ernest and Agnes Joines and the Lundy Brothers, Kelly Brothers, Ked Killen, Lewis Family, Roy Robinson, Hoyt Scoggins and the Saturday Nite Jamboree Boys, Winston Shelton, Winston Shelton and the Country Gospel Singers, Sunshine Melody Boys, Weems Brothers and Billy Still, Delmar Williams Singers.

 

Custom Made Hillbilly. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 385, 2012.

Featuring: And Doll, Clyde Beavers, Jimmy and Dorothy Blakley, Joe Brown and the Black Mountain Boys and Santones, Tommy Castle, Danny Clark, “Cousin” Arnold and His Country Cousins, Tex Dixon, Frank Evans and His Top Notchers, Frank Evans and the Western Hayriders, Roland Faulk, Roy Fisher and the Rhythm Riders, Jack Frost and His Band, Slim Gleeson and Trailriders, Luke Gordon, Cotton Henry and the Oklahoma Hillbillies, Jack Hammons, Marty Licklider, Buddy Livingston and His All Girl Band, Curley Money and the Rolling Ramblers, Jack Morris, Musical-Aires, Oklahoma Melody Boys, Jimmie O’Neal and the Oklahoma Hillbillies, Don Redfield and Sagedusters, Roy Robinson, C. Smith and the Tennessee Haymakers, Harold Smith, King Sterling, Carl Tanner and Ineva Buckins and the Southern Pine Boys.

 

Custom Made Hillbilly, Volume 2. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 390, 2012.

Featuring: Ramblin’ Red Bailey, Joe Brown and the Black Mountain Boys and Santones, Tommy Castle, Ken Clark and His Merry Mountain Boys, Bob Cole, Tom Crook and the Rock ‘n Roll Four, Cowboy Huff, Bob and Cindy Dean, Frank Evans and His Top Notchers, Gene Harrell, Lucky Hill, Marvin Jackson and the Battreal Boys, Ralph Johnson and the Hillbilly Show Boys, Chandos McRill and the Perryville Melody Boys, Darnell Miller, Jack Morris, Don Owens and the Circle “O” Ranchboys, Art Rodgers and the Texas Top Hand, Buddy Shaw, Jimmy Simpson and His Oilfield Playboys, Jimmy Stewart and the Night Hawks, Carl Trantham and the Rhythm All Stars.

 

Dark Holler: Old Love Songs and Ballads. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40159, 2005. 2 discs.

Featuring: Dillard Chandler, George Landers, Dellie Norton, Lisha Shelton, Berzilla Wallin, Cass Wallin, Lee Wallin.

 

Dark Holler: Old Love Songs and Ballads. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40159, 2005. 2 discs.

Featuring: See above.

 

Deep River of Song: Black Appalachia. Rounder Records 11661-1823-2, 1999.

Featuring: Blind Pete and George Ryan, John “Black Sampson” Gibson, Murphy Gribble and John Lusk and Albert York, Sid Hemphill and Lucius Smith and Will Head and Alec Askew, Lead Belly, Brownie McGhee, Nashville Washboard Band, Allen Prothero, Theopolis Stokes, Jimmie Strothers, Sonny Terry.

 

Deep River of Song: Louisiana. Rounder Records 82161-1830-2, 2004.

Featuring: Sam Ballard, Cleveland Benoit and Darby Hicks, John Bray, Joe “Washington” Brown and Group, Joe Harris, Wilson “Stavin’ Chain” Jones and Group, Huddie “Lead Belly” Ledbetter, Paul Junius Malveaux and Ernest Lafitte, Joe Massie, Ferdinand “Jelly Roll” Morton, Anderson Moss and Group, Jimmy Peters ad Ring Dance Singers.

 

Deep River of Song: Virginia and the Piedmont. Rounder Records 11661-1827-2, 2000.

Featuring: Blind Joe, Golden Gate Quartet and Josh White, Norman Haskins, Robert Higgins, Rollie Lee Johnson, Lemuel Jones, J. Kirby and Group, Joe Lee, Ezra Lewis, Michael Lewis and Group, Jimmie Owens, Albert Shepherd and Group, Jimmie Strothers, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Willie Williams, James Wilson and Group.

 

Dirty Boogie: The Fortune Records Story. One Day Music DAY3CD058, 2014. 3 discs.

Featuring: Boot’s Gilbert, Johnny Buckett, Johnny Buckett and His Cumberland River Boys, Jimmy Burke and the Sequins, Catalinas, Centurys, Creators, Davis Sisters, Pete De Bree, Delteens, Earl and Joy and Rufus Shoffner, Earthquakes, Four Kings, Roy Hall, Hunt Sisters, Eddie Jackson, Arlando King and the Earthquakes, Ellis Kirk and the Town and Country Boys, Don Lane and the Don Juans, Jimmy Lee, Tony Lee, Nathaniel Mayer, Skeets McDonald, Montclairs, Jim Myers, Jim Myers and His Gems, Nite Sounds, Gino Parks and the Hi-Fidelities, Johnny Powers, Premiers, Don Radar, Don Rader, Tex Regan, Royal Jokers, Forest Rye, Floyd Smith and the Montclairs, Nolan Strong and the Diablos, Terrigan Brothers and the Sterlings, Dell Vaughn and the Fortune Aires, Andre Williams, York Brothers, George Young. 

Box 11: CD box 11: Discovery-How Can I

Discovery Sampler: Country, Volume 1. BMG Music Service D108765, 1995.

Featuring: Kenny Chesney, Michael James, Lee Roy Parnell, Jon Randall, Shaver.

 

Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing, CD 1: The Eyes of Texas. Proper Records P1121, 2005. Includes separate booklet.

Featuring: Doug Bine and His Dixie Ramblers, Bill Boyd and the Cowboy Ramblers, Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, Fort Worth Doughboys, Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers, Roy Newman and His Boys, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Tune Wranglers, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

 

Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing, CD 2: Playboy Stomp. Proper Records P1122, 2005.

Featuring: Shelley Lee Alley and His Alley Cats, Brown’s Musical Brownies, Derwood Brown and His Musical Brownies, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Crystal Spring Ramblers, Buddy Jones, Light Crust Doughboys, Modern Mountaineers, Nite Owls, W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys, Range Riders, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Bob Skyles and Skyrockets, Sons of the Pioneers, Tune Wranglers, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Smokey Wood and the Wood Chips.

 

Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing, CD 3: Tobacco State Swing. Proper Records P1123, 2005.

Featuring: Cliff Bruner and His Boys, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Claude Casey and His Pine State Playboys, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Adolph Hofner and His Texans, Jewel Cowboys, Buddy Jones, Light Crust Doughboys, Louise Massey and Her Westerners, W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys, Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys, Port Arthur Jubileers, Sunshine Boys, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

 

Doughboys, Playboys and Cowboys: The Golden Years of Western Swing, CD 4: Oakie Boogie. Proper Records P1124, 2005.

Featuring: Jesse Ashlock, Cliff Bruner, Cliff Bruner and His Boys, Don Churchill and Texas Mavericks, Zeke Clements and His Western Swing Gang, Spade Cooley and His Orchestra, Al Dexter and His Troopers, Porky Freeman, Hi-Flyers, Adolph Hofner and His San Antonians, Jerry Irby and His Texas Ranchers, Hank Penny, Sons of the West, Sunshine Boys, Hank Thompson, Johnny Tyler and Riders of the Rio Grande, Tex Williams and His Western Caravan, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys, Luke Wills’ Rhythm Busters.

 

Down!Home Saturday Night. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40182, 2006.

Featuring: Rodney Balfa, Balfa Toujours, Erbie Bowser and T.D. Bell and the Blues Specialists, J.C. Burris, Chambers Brothers, Boozoo Chavis and the Magic Sounds, Bessyl Duhon, Jump Jackson, Los Polkeros de Ben Tavera King, Sticks McGhee, Memphis Slim, New Lost City Ramblers, Eddie Pennington, Mingo Saldivar y Sus Tremendos Cuatro Espadas, John Sebastian and the J Band and Geoff Muldaur, Arbee Stidham, Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Sonny Terry, Texas Playboys, Warner Williams, Nonc Allie Young.

 

Down!Home Saturday Night. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40182, 2006.

Featuring: See above.

 

Down in the Basement: Joe Bussard’s Treasure Trove of Vintage 78s, 1926-1937. Old Hat CD-1004, 2002.

Featuring: Gene Autry, Blind Gary, Big Bill Broonzy, Bill Brown and His Brownies, Bessie Brown, James Cole’s Washboard Four, Coleman and Harper, Corley Family, Dixon Brothers, Gitfiddle Jim, A.A. Gray and Seven Foot Dilly, Grinnell Giggers, Bill Johnson’s Louisiana Jug Band, Charley Jordan, Uncle Dave Macon, Long “Cleeve” Reed and Little Harvey Hul, Luis Russel and His Orchestra, Soileau and Robin, Charlie Spand and Blind Blake, Stripling Brothers, Sweet Brothers and Ernest Stoneman, Fields Ward and the Grayson County Railsplitters, Weems String Band, Fess Williams and His Royal Flush Orchestra.

 

Drunk: 100 Smashed Hits. Proper Records PROPERBOX 172 (P1785-1788), 2012. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson, Bailes Brothers, Dave Bartholomew, Big Three Trio, Lucille Bogan, Earl Bostic, Bill Boyd, Calvin Boze, Bo Carter, Champs, Clovers, Nat King Cole, Walter Davis, Al Dexter, Dixie Ramblers, Floyd Dixon, Willie Dixon and Memphis Slim, Four Deuces, Slim Gaillard, Slim Gaillard and His Flat Foot Floogie Boys, Rosco Gordon, Peppermint Harris, Wynonie Harris, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Bull Moose Jackson, Robert Johnson, Coley Jones, George Jones, Spike Jones, Louis Jordan, Kidds, Christine Kittrell, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Liggins, Jimmy Liggins and His Drops of Joy, Papa Lightfoot, Little Esther, Louvin Brothers, Billy “Red” Love, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Dean Martin, Stick McGhee, Big Jay McNeely, Jay McShann, Amos Milburn, Glenn Miller, Muddy Waters, Jack “The Bear” Parker, Marvin Phillips, Webb Pierce, Professor Longhair, Johnnie Ray, Jim Reeves, Andy Reynolds and His 101 Ranch Boys, Tex Ritter, Smokey Rogers, Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra, Stuff Smith, Sons of the Pioneers, Stanley Brothers, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Hank Thompson, Ernest Tubb, Big Joe Turner, Johnny Tyler, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, Dinah Washington, Johnny Guitar Watson, Kitty Wells, Hank Williams, Sonny Boy Williamson, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Luke Wills’ Rhythm Busters, Jimmy Witherspoon.

 

Early California Cowboys and Hillbillies, Volume 1. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 300, 2010.

Featuring: Arizona Wranglers, Hollywood Hillbilly Orchestra, Charlie Marshall and His Mavericks, Len Nash and His Country Boys, Tom and Chuck.

 

Early Country Radio, CD A. JSP Records 7757 A, 2005.

Featuring: Carter Family.

 

Early Country Radio, CD B. JSP Records 7757 B, 2005.

Featuring: Carter Family.

 

Early Country Radio, CD C. JSP Records 7757 C, 2005.

Featuring: Roy Hall and His Blue Ridge Entertainers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Charlie Monroe and the Kentucky Pardners.

 

Early Country Radio, CD D. JSP Records 7757 D, 2005.

Featuring: Charlie Monroe and the Kentucky Pardners, Cowboy Slim Rinehart, Hank Williams and His Drifting Cowboys.

 

Essential Bluegrass Anthology. Not Now Music NOT2CD260, 2008. 2 discs.

Featuring: Hobo Jack Adkins, Bailes Brothers, Bailey Brothers and the Happy Valley Boys, Blue Sky Boys, Brown’s Ferry Four, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan, Johnny Duncan and His Blue Grass Boys, Jim Eanes and the Shenandoah Valley Boys, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Shannon Grayson and His Golden Valley Boys, Frank Hunter and His Black Mountain Boys, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Tommy Magness and His Tennessee Buddies, Wade Mainer and His Trio, Jimmy Martin and the Osborne Brothers, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Molly O’Day and the Cumberland Mountain Folks, Sonny Osborne, Reno and Smiley, L.C. Smith and Ralph Mayo and the Southern Mountain Boys, Stanley Brothers, Carl Story and His Rambling Mountaineers, Mac Wiseman.

 

Essential Bluegrass Collection. CMH Records CD-1798, 2002. 4 discs.

Featuring: Eddie Adcock and Martha, Bluegrass Cardinals, Crossroads, Lester Flatt, Lester Flatt and the Nashville Grass, Johnny Gimble, Fiddlin’ Red Herron, Josh Graves, Jim and Jesse, Grandpa Jones, Grandpa Jones and Family, Jones Brothers and the Log Cabin Boys, Rose Lee, Joe Maphis, Joe Maphis and His Super Picker Pals, Benny Martin, Bobby Osborne, Osborne Brothers, Pinnacle Boys, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Betty Jean Robinson, Jim Silvers, Arthur Smith, Buddy Spicher, Donna Stoneman, Stonemans, Carl Story and His Rambling Mountaineers, Merle Travis, Paul Warren, Mac Wiseman and the Shenandoah Cut-Ups.

 

Essential Skiffle. Not Now Music NOT2CD409, 2011. 2 discs.

Featuring: 2.19 Skiffle Group, Avon Cities Skiffle Group and Ray Bush, Chris Barber’s Skiffle Group, Dickie Bishop, Guy Carawan and Isla Cameron and Peggy Seeger, City Ramblers Skiffle Group, Bob Cort Skiffle Group, Ken Colyer Skiffle Group, Delta Skiffle Group, Lorrae Desmond and Her Rebels, Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group, Johnny Duncan and His Blue Grass Boys, Eden Street Skiffle Group, Rambling Jack Elliott, Adam Faith and the Worried Men, Jimmy Jackson’s Rock ‘n’ Skiffle, Alexis Korner Skiffle Group, Lea Valley Skiffle Group, Les Hobeaux Skiffle Group, Don Lang Skiffle Group, Alan Lomax and the Ramblers, Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group and Nancy Whiskey, Jimmy Miller and the Barbecues, Hilda Sims, Vipers Skiffle Group, Bob Wallis Washboard Beaters, Westcott Skiffle Group.

 

Everybody’s Tuned to the Radio: Rural Music Traditions in West Georgia, 1947-1979. Center for Public History CD-1001, 2002.

Featuring: Akers Trio and W.J. Snow, J.N. and Onie Baxter, Blue Bonnet Boys, Charles Cole and His Southern Kinfolks, Elizabeth Cooper, N.J. Defoor and Jim Embry, Ben Entrekin, Newt and Louise Holmes, Joe Will McGuire, Leon Newman, Uncle John Patterson, Radio Homefolks, Sewell Quartet, Alton Stitcher, Storey Sisters, Joe “Red” Tyson, Joe Tyson and His Farm Hands, Rev. Bobby Lee Woodruff.

 

Everybody’s Tuned to the Radio: Rural Music Traditions in West Georgia, 1947-1979. Center for Public History CD-1001, 2002.

Featuring: See above.

 

Fantastic Pickin’ On Series: Bluegrass Sampler. CMH Records CD-0002, 2002.

Farewell Blues: Hot String Bands, 1936-1941. Krazy Kat Records KK CD 30, 2003.

Featuring: Eldon Baker, Carl Boling, Claude Casey, Al Clauser, Dixieland Swingers, Herald Goodman, Ambrose Haley, Hi Neighbor Boys, Hugh and Shug, Slim Johnson, Texas Jim Lewis, Louise Massey, Clayton McMichen, Jack Pierce, Rice Brothers, Sons of the Ozarks, Swing Billies, Tennessee Ramblers, Tobacco Tags, Washboard Wonders, Westerners.

 

Fiddle Classics from the Vaults of County Records and Old Blue Records. Old Blue Records OB-709, 2012.

Featuring: Kenny Baker, E.C. Ball, Warren Brown, Orville Burns, Otis Burris, Fred Cockerham, Gray Craig, Andy Edmonds, Benton Flippen, Kevin Fore, Major Franklin, James Gardner, Joe Greene, Bill Grimes, Charles Hawks, Ray Hoskins, Lena Hughes, Billy Hurt Jr., Esker Hutchins, Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins, Hoyle Jones, Steve Ledford, Wayne Ledford, James Lindsay, Ollie Miller, Eldridge Montgomery, Therman Pugh, Reed Island Ramblers, Blair Reedy, Wade Reedy, Deloris Reindeau, Henry Reindeau, Larry Reindeau, Louis Riendeau, Doug Rorrer, Kenny Rorrer, Betty Solomon, Mike Solomon, Norman Solomon, Vernon Solomon, Hiram Stamper, Shag Stanley, Jeremy Stephens, Cyril Stinnett, Paul Sutphin, Benny Thomasson, Wade Ward, Melvin Wine, Gilmer Woodruff.

 

Fiddle Tunes for Banjo. Rounder Records CD 0124, 1999.

Featuring: Bela Fleck, Bill Keith, Tony Trischka.

 

Fine Times at Our House: Indiana Ballads, Fiddle Tunes, Songs. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FS 3809, 2006.

Featuring: Louis Henderson, Ella Parker, Oscar Parks, Virgil Sandage, Shorty and Juanita Sheehan, Vern Smelser, John W. Summers, Anna Underhill, Dan White.

 

Flatpicking ’98. Flatpicking Guitar Magazine FGM 102, 1998.

Featuring: Jeff Autry, Russ Barenberg, Richard Bennett, Luke Bulla, Joe Carr and Alan Munde, Dan Crary, Dan DeLancey, Adam Granger, Jimmy Haley, Chris Jones, Mike and Bertye Madux, John McGann, Jim Nunally and Dix Bruce, Charles Sawtelle and Hot Rize, James Alan Shelton, Larry Sparks, Orrin Star, Richard Starkey and Mark Cosgrove, Craig Vance and the McKrells, Sean Watkins and Nickel Creek.

 

Folk Masters: Great Performances Recorded Live at the Barns of Wolf Trap. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF 40047, 1993.

Featuring: Fontella Bass, Birmingham Sunlights, Cellicion Family Singers, John Cephas and Phil Wiggins, Boozoo Chavis, Familia Colon, Wayne Henderson, Santiago Jimenez Jr., Johnson Mountain Boys, Ledward Kaapana, Robert Lockwood Jr., Marimba Chiapas, McIntosh County Shouters, Dr. White Michael and the Crescent City Serenaders, Kiezmer Plus, Tamburitza Ensemble.

 

Folk Music from Wisconsin. Rounder Records 18964-1521-2, 2001.

Featuring: Mrs. Pearl Jacobs Borusky, Charles Bowlen, Wilfred Bundy, Lester A. Coffee, Emery DeNoyer, Hamilton Lobdell, William Jacob Morgan, Arthur “Happy” Moseley, Mrs. Frances Perry, J.L. Peters, Dora Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rindlisbacher, Luther Royce, Robert Walker.

 

Folk Song America: A 20th Century Revival, Volume 1. Smithsonian Collection of Recordings RD 046-1, 1991.

Featuring: Almanac Singers, American Chamber Music Group, Marian Anderson, Bentley Ball, Richard Dyer-Bennet, Fisk Jubilee Singers, Joe Glazer and the Elm City Four, Golden Gate Quartet, Woody Guthrie, Sam Hinton, Burl Ives, Buell Kazee, Lead Belly, John Lomax, Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band, Harry McClintock, John Jacob Niles, Paul Robeson, Carl Sandburg, Jo Stafford, Merle Travis, Weavers, Josh White.

 

Folk Visions and Voices: Traditional Music and Song in Northern Georgia, Volume 1. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FE 34161, 2006.

Featuring: Brady “Doc” Barnes, Lucy Barnes, Naomi Bradford, Ross Brown, Brown’s Chapel Choir, Otha Cooper, W. Guy Bruce, Howard Cunningham, Lily Mae Davis, Lawrence Eller, Leatha Eller, Vaughn Eller, Reverend Willie Gresham, Paralee McCloud, Sister Fleeta Mitchell, Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell, Imogene Riggens, Bea Robinson, Berthie Rogers, Maude Thacker, Viola Watkins.

 

Folk Visions and Voices: Traditional Music and Song in Northern Georgia, Volume 2. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FE 34162, 2006.

Featuring: Mabel Cawthorn, Chesley Chancey, Joe Chancey, Ralph Chancey, George Childers, Howard Finster, Willie Hill, Ray Knight, Smoky Joe Miller, Uncle John Patterson, Neal Pattman, Joe Rakestraw, Art Rosenbaum, Cliff Sheats, J.C. “Jake” Staggers, Gordon Tanner, Ed Teague, Henry Grady Terrell, Gene Wiggins.

 

Folks, He Sure Do Pull Some Bow!: Vintage Fiddle Music, 1927-1935. Old Hat CD-1003, 2001.

Featuring: Abrew’s Portuguese Instrumental Trio, Alabama Rascals, Blue Boys, Bubbling Over Five, Bo Chatman, James Cole’s String Band, Dixieland Jug Blowers, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Clifford Hayes’ Louisville Stompers, Peg Leg Howell and His Gang, Walter Jacobs and Lonnie Carter, Alec Johnson, Memphis Jug Band, Mississippi Sheiks, “Banjo Ikey” Robinson and His Bull Fiddle Band, State Street Boys, Frank Stokes, Tennessee Chocolate Drops, Peetie Wheatstraw and His Blue Blowers, Henry Williams and Eddie Anthony, Joe Williams’ Washboard Blues Singers.

 

Fonotone Records: Frederick, Maryland (1956-1969), Disc 1: Jug in the Shade. Dust-to-Digital DTD-03, 2005.

Featuring: Adcock Family, Back Alley Boys, W.R. Barnes and W.E. Barnes, Blind Thomas, Bluegrass Travelers, Blue Ridge Partners, Joe Bussard, Lucky Chatman’s Ozark Mountain Boys, Bob Coltman, Danville Dan, B. Sam Firk, Georgia Jokers, Happy Johnny and Family, Hillbilly Boys, Jolly Joe’s Jug Band, Mississippi Swampers, Lee Moore, Oscar Myers, Sunny Side Sacred Singers, Tennessee Mess Arounders, Three Blues Boys, Milo Way, Welch Brothers, Whitacre Family.

 

Fonotone Records: Frederick, Maryland (1956-1969), Disc 2: Flight of Fonotone. Dust-to-Digital DTD-03, 2005.

Featuring: Backlanders, Beachley Sisters, Blind Thomas, Bluegrass Travelers, Brother Smith and Brother Amos, Joe Bussard, Lucky Chatman’s Ozark Mountain Boys, Clarence Fross, Georgia Jokers, Happy Johnny and Family, Hillbilly Boys, Bill Hoffman, Jackson Jug Jumpers, Jolly Joe’s Jug Band, Kid Future, Oscar Myers, Possum Holler Boys, Rocky Ridge Ramblers, Tennessee Mess Arounders, Virginia Ramblers, Welch Brothers.

 

Fonotone Records: Frederick, Maryland (1956-1969), Disc 3: Some Summer Day. Dust-to-Digital DTD-03, 2005.

Featuring: Adcock Family, Joe Birchfield and Family, Birmingham Bill, Blind Thomas, Bluegrass Travelers, Coltman and Taylor, B. Sam Firk, Guitar Rascals, Happy Johnny and Family, Jolly Joe’s Jug Band, Kid Future, Mash Mountain Boys, Mississippi Swampers, Tennessee Joe, Two Black Jacks, Blind Robert Ward, Whitacre Family.

 

Fonotone Records: Frederick, Maryland (1956-1969), Disc 4: Basement Blues. Dust-to-Digital DTD-03, 2005.

Featuring: Adcock Family, W.E. Barnes, Birmingham Bill, Blind Thomas, Blue Ridge Partners, Joe Bussard, Robert H. Cubbage and Round Top Mountain Boys, T. Damien, Danville Dan, B. Sam Firk, Georgia Jokers, Happy Johnny and Family, Bill Hoffman, Jolly Joe’s Jug Band, Ted Kreh, Mississippi Swampers, Oscar Myers, Sizemore and Smith, Blind Robert Ward, Wild Mountain Boys.

 

Fonotone Records: Frederick, Maryland (1956-1969), Disc 5: Wild Mountain Ramble. Dust-to-Digital DTD-03, 2005.

Featuring: Adcock Family, Bill Bailey and Frank Stuart, Bald Knob Chicken Snatchers, W.R. Barnes and W.E. Barnes, Beachley Sisters, Birmingham Bill, Brother Smith and Brother Amos, Joe Bussard, Carolina Pine Knots, Lucky Chatman’s Ozark Mountain Boys, Bob Coltman, Danville Dan, B. Sam Firk, Clarence Fross, Gabriel’s Holy Testifiers, Georgia Jokers, Jolly Joe’s Jug Band, Kid Future, Lee Moore, Oscar Myers, Mason O’Bavion, Possum Holler Boys, Sunny Side Sacred Singers, Whitacre Family, Wild Mountain Boys.

 

Friends of Old Time Music, Disc 1. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40160, 2006.

Featuring: Dock Boggs, Gaither Carlton, Maybelle Carter, John Davis and the Georgia Sea Island Singers, Jesse Fuller, Roscoe Holcomb, Mississippi John Hurt, Fred McDowell, Sam McGee, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Hobart Smith, Stanley Brothers, Arnold Watson, Doc Watson, Watson Family.

 

Friends of Old Time Music, Disc 2. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40160, 2006.

Featuring: Maybelle Carter, Jesse Fuller, Greenbriar Boys, Roscoe Holcomb, Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers, Fred McDowell, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, New Lost City Ramblers, McKinley Peebles, Arthur Smith, Joseph Spence, Stanley Brothers, Stanley Thompson, Arnold Watson, Doc Watson.

 

Friends of Old Time Music, Disc 3. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40160, 2006.

Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Horton Barker, Annie Bird, Dock Boggs, Gaither Carlton, Maybelle Carter, Clarence Ashley Group, Jesse Fuller, Roscoe Holcomb, Mississippi John Hurt, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Stanley Brothers, Doc Watson, Ed Young and Emma Ramsay.

 

From Boppin’ Hillbilly to Red Hot Rockabilly: Hot Guitar. Proper Records P1509, 2006. Includes separate booklet.

Featuring: Lucky Joe Almond, Eddy Arnold, Charline Arthur, Jim Atkins, Lonnie Barron, Ray Batts, Lee Bell, Carlisles, Little Jimmy Dickens, Arlie Duff, Hardrock Gunter, R.D. Hendon and His Western Jamboree Cowboys, Johnny Hicks, Eddie Hill, Johnny Horton and Billy Barton, Autry Inman, Jimmy and Duane, Rose Maddox, Luke McDaniel, Lattie Moore, Slim Redman and Donnie Bowshier, Forest Rye, Tommy Scott, Carl Smith, Earl Songer, Billy Starr, Western Melody Makers, Onie Wheeler, Jess Willard.

 

From Boppin’ Hillbilly to Red Hot Rockabilly: Hillbilly Fever. Proper Records P1510, 2006.

Featuring: Tani Allen and His Tennessee Pals, Skeeter Bonn, Charlie Brown, Carlisles, Johnny Cash, Little Jimmy Dickens, Tibby Edwards, Sonny Fisher, Lou Graham, Rudy Gray, Hankshaw Hawkins, Gene Henslee, Jimmy and Johnny, Neal Jones, Sid King and Five Strings, Lloyd McCullough and the Drifting Hillbillies, Frankie Miller, Miller Sisters, Chuck Murphy, Jimmy Murphy, Jimmy Myers, Carl Perkins, Doug Poindexter and Starlite Wranglers, Marty Robbins, Weldon Rogers, Tommy Scott, Reece Shipley and His Rainbow Valley Boys.

 

From Boppin’ Hillbilly to Red Hot Rockabilly: Cattin’ Around. Proper Records P1511, 2006.

Featuring: Charlie Adams, Charlie Brown, Werly Fairburn, Five Strings, Rudy Grayzell, Buck Griffin, Gayle Griffith, Merle Kilgore, Bill Mack, George McCormick, Chuck Murphy, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, Marvin Rainwater, Marty Robbins, Carl Smith, Red Smith, Justin Tubb and Goldie Hill, Wayne Walker, Malcom Yelvington, Faron Young.

 

From Boppin’ Hillbilly to Red Hot Rockabilly: Rockin’ and Rollin’. Proper Records P1512, 2006.

Featuring: Glenn Barber, Eddie Bond, Barney Burcham, Alvadean Coker, Farmer Boys, Werly Fairburn, Terry Fell, Sonny Fisher, Rudy Gaddis, Rudy Grayzell, Roy Hall, Jess Hooper, Sid King and the Five Strings, Mac and Jake, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Elvis Presley, Marty Robbins, Mac Sales, Andy Starr, Jimmy Lee and Wayne Walker, Eddie Zack and Cousin Richie.

 

Front Porch Pickin’: 24 Great Bluegrass Instrumentals. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-273, 2001.

Featuring: Vassar Clements and Bobby Smith and the Boys from Shilo, Bob Ensign and the Stump Jumpers, Raymond Fairchild, Fiddlin’ Mutt Poston and Clarence Jackson, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Reno and Smiley and Buck Ryan, Tater Tate and Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, DeWayne Wear and the Wear Family.

 

Galax Gems: Music of Galax, Virginia in the 1960s. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC309, 2008.

Featuring: Joe Caudill, Fred Cockerham, Kyle Creed, Mabel Dalton, Bert Dickens, John Edmonds, Norman Edmonds, Charles Hawks, Herbert Higgins, Junior Higgins, Ambrose Lowe, Tom Norman, George Pegram, Oscar Ramey, Ray Vass, Wade Ward, Dan Williams.

 

Galax, Va. Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FA 2435, 2007.

Featuring: Tom Ashley, Uncle Rufus Blackburn, Brushy River Boys, Norman Edmonds, Billy Edwards, Dot Edwards and Katie Golden, Clint Howard, Johnny Jackson, Udel McPeak, J.E. Mainer’s Band, Ivor Melton, Sonny Miller, Mountain Ramblers, Old Timers, George Peagram, Buddy Pendleton, Kenneth Poovey, Larry Richardson, Southern Mountain Boys, George Stoneman, Sunny Mountain Boys, Virginia Play Boys, Wade Ward and Dale Poe and Charlie Higgins.

 

Gastonia Gallop: Cotton Mill Songs and Hillbilly Blues. Old Hat CD-1007, 2009.

Featuring: Carolina Twins, Dave and Howard, Fletcher and Foster, David McCarn, Three ‘Baccer Tags, George Wade and Francum Braswell, Wilmer Watts and Frank Wilson, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles.

 

Gennett Old Time Music, CD A: Classic Country Recordings, 1927-1934. JSP Records 77130A, 2010.

Featuring: John D. Foster, Ernest Stoneman.

 

Gennett Old Time Music, CD B: Classic Country Recordings, 1928, 1929. JSP Records 77130B, 2010.

Featuring: Ted Chestnut, Oscar L. Coffey, Red Fox Chasers.

 

Gennett Old Time Music, CD C: Classic Country Recordings, 1927-1930. JSP Records 77130C, 2010.

Featuring: Ted Gossett’s Band, John Hammond, Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Marion Underwood, Tommy Whitmer’s Band.

 

Gennett Old Time Music, CD D: Classic Country Recordings, 1927-1929. JSP Records 77130D, 2010.

Featuring: Byrd Moore, Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters.

 

Georgia Songsters: The Complete Recorded Works of Oscar Ford and Walter Morris in Chronological Order, 1926-1930. Document Records DOCD-8024, 1998.

Featuring: Oscar Ford, Walter Morris.

 

Georgia Stringbands, Volume 1: 1927-1930. Document Records DOCD-8021, 1998.

Featuring: Carroll County Revelers, Theo and Gus Clark, Cofer Brothers, Georgia Crackers, Spooney Five, Watkins Band.

 

Gloryland: 30 Bluegrass Gospel Classics. Time-Life M19233, 2006. 2 discs.

Featuring: Appalachian Express, Blue Highway, Country Gentlemen, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Jim Eanes, Easter Brothers, Forbes Family, IIIrd Tyme Out, Lost and Found, Marshall Family, Benny Martin, Del McCoury and the Dixie Pals, Don Reno and Red Smiley, Seldom Scene, Ricky Skaggs and John Starling, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley, Stanley Brothers, Rhonda Vincent and the Sally Mountain Show, Cliff Waldron, Buck White and the Down Home Folks, Paul Williams.

 

Going Down to Raleigh: Stringband Music in the North Carolina Piedmont, 1976-1998. PineCone, 2009. 2 discs.

Featuring: Virgil Craven, Leonard Eubanks, Harry Gaster, Marvin Gaster, Glen Glass, Beth Hartness, Rich Hartness, Jack Jones, Wayne Martin, Smith McInnis, Robert Mitchener, Fred Olson, A.C. Overton, Gerry Overton, Evelyn Shaw, Lauchlin Shaw, Joe Thompson, Odell Thompson, Wade Yates.

 

Gold Rush at Copper Creek: A Bluegrass and Old-Time Music Collection. Copper Creek Records CCCD-6001, 2002. 2 discs.

Featuring: Bluegrass Alliance, Bob Bovee and Gail Heil, Chris Brashear, Gary Brewer, Crooked Jades, Tony Ellis, Ginny Hawker, Bill and Libby Hicks, Jones and Leva, Kay Justice, Kathy Kallick, Maro Kawabata, Dick Kimmel, James Leva, Keith Little, Local Exchange, Del McCoury, Lynn Morris, Patent Pending, James Reams and the Barnstormers, John Reischman and the Jaybirds, Roadside Theater, Tracy Schwarz, George Shuffler and James Alan Shelton, Ron Spears and Within Tradition, Tom, Brad and Alice, Jack Tottle, Wolfe Brothers.

 

Good for What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows, 1926-1937. Old Hat CD-1005, 2005. 2 discs.

Featuring: Allen Brothers, Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley, Banjo Joe, Beans Hambone and El Morrow, Blind Sammie, Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers, Chris Bouchillon, Tommie Bradley, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Carolina Tar Heels, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Walter Cole, Bogus Ben Covington, Daddy Stovepipe and Mississippi Sarah, Dallas String Band and Coley Jones, Shorty Godwin, Grant Brothers and Their Music, Prince Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers, Frank Hutchison, Jim Jackson, Papa Charlie Jackson, Hezekiah Jenkins, Alec Johnson and His Band, Johnson-Nelson-Porkchop, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Lil McClintock Earl McDonald’s Original Louisville Jug Band, Kirk McGee and Blythe Poteet, Sam McGee, Memphis Sheiks, Emmett Miller and His Georgia Crackers, Charlie Parker and Mack Woolbright, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Riley Puckett, Walter Smith, Frank Stokes, Stovepipe #1 and David Crockett, Gid Tanner, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Henry Thomas, Three Tobacco Tags.

 

Good News: 100 Gospel Greats. Proper Records PROPERBOX 42 (P1265-1268), 2005. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Alphabetical Four, Birmingham Jubilee Singers, Bryant’s Jubilee Quartet, Charioteers, Dixieaires, Dixie Hummingbirds, Dunham Jubilee Singers, Famous Blue Jay Singers, Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, Golden Gate Quartet, Heavenly Gospel Singers, Mahalia Jackson, Kings of Harmony, Brother Joe May, Mitchell’s Christian Singers, Norfolk Jubilee Quartet, Original Gospel Harmonettes and Dorothy Love Coates, Pilgrim Travelers, Selah Jubilee Singers, Silver Leaf Quartet of Norfolk, Soul Stirrers, Stars of Harmony, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Trumpeteers, Sister Ernestine Washington, Joshua White and His Carolinians.

 

Good Old Country Gospel. Rebound Records 314 520 228-2, 1994.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, George Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Statler Brothers, Hank Williams Jr., Hank Williams Sr.

 

Great Dobro Sessions. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 2206, 1994.

Featuring: Mike Auldridge, Curtis Burch, Jerry Douglas, Josh Graves, Rob Ickes, Oswald Kirby, Stacy Phillips, Tut Taylor, Gene Wooten, Sally Van Meter.

 

Greetings from Alabama: The Heart of Dixie. …And More Bears ACD 25016 AA / CD 5099-2, 2004.

Featuring: Alabama, Bobby Bare, Wilf Carter, Cowboy Copas, Dick Curless, Hank Davis, Denver Duke and Jeffrey Null, Red Foley, Curtis Gordon, Rex Griffin, Louis Jordan, Mabel King, Pee Wee King, John D. Loudermilk, Louvin Brothers, Bill Monroe, Rod Morris, Ella Mae Morse, Ricky Nelson, Sons of the Pioneers, Slim Whitman.

 

Half Ain’t Never Been Told: Early American Rural Religious Music, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2049, 1999.

Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Bryant’s Jubilee Quartette, Rev. Wm. McKinley Dawkins, Elder Curry and Congregation, Fa Sol La Singers, Roosevelt Graves and Brother, Golden P. Harris, Hendersonville Double Quartet, Rev. B.J. Hill, Rev. H.B. Jackson, Blind Willie Johnson, Jones Brothers Trio, Alfred G. Karnes, Kentucky Mountain Chorusters, Lubbock Texas Quartet, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Pace Jubilee Singers, Washington Phillips, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Singers, Primitive Baptist Choir of North Carolina, Mrs. L. Reed and Mrs. T.A. Duncans, Virginia Dandies, Lee Wells and His Jasper.

 

Hand-Me-Down Music: Old Songs, Old Friends, Volume 1: Traditional Music of Union County, North Carolina. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FES 34151, 2007.

Featuring: John A. Bivens, Flarrie Griffin, Henry Griffin, Willie Hamilton, Horace Helms, Karen Helms, Seena Helms, Otis High, Roy Pope, Roy Pope and the Carolina Homeboys, Bascom Traywick.

 

Hand-Me-Down Music: Old Songs, Old Friends, Volume 1: Traditional Music of Union County, North Carolina. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FES 34151, 2007.

Featuring: See above.

 

Hand-Me-Down Music: Old Songs, Old Friends, Volume 2: Traditional Music of Union County, North Carolina. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings FES 34152, 2007.

Featuring: Elizabeth Bivens, Bishop Bowen and the Combined Gospel Choirs, C.J. Evans Gospel Choir, Donald Crowder, George Griffin, Henry Griffin, Willie Hamilton, Horace Helms and the Shady Grove Partners, Seena Helms, Otis High, Roy Pope and the Carolina Homeboys, Taylor Sisters, Bascom Traywick.

 

Hand-Picked: 25 Years of Bluegrass on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 22/23, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: Allen Brothers, Bailey Brothers, Byron Berline, Bluegrass Album Band, Bluegrass Cardinals, Boone Creek, Phyllis Boyens, Connie and Babe and the Backwoods Boys, Wilma Lee Cooper, Country Cooking, Cox Family, J.D. Crowe, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Hazel Dickens, Dreadful Snakes, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Bela Fleck, Alice Gerrard, David Grier and Mike Compton, David Grisman, Here Today, IIIrd Tyme Out, Jim and Jesse, Johnson Mountain Boys, Kathy Kallick, Bill Keith, James King, Alison Krauss, Laurie Lewis, Ted Lundy, Claire Lynch, Del McCoury, Leon Morris and Buzz Busby, Lynn Morris, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Butch Robins, Tom Rozum, Allen Shelton, Ricky Skaggs, Don Stover, Tony Rice, Tasty Licks, Tony Trischka, Joe Val, Warrior River Boys, Vern Williams.

 

Hand-Picked: 25 Years of Bluegrass on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 25 part 4, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: See above.

 

Hard Times Come Again No More: Early American Rural Songs of Hard Times and Hardships, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2037, 1998.

Featuring: Jules Allen, Allen Brothers, Jim Baird, Barbecue Bob, Blind Blake, Carolina Tar Heels, Bo Carter, Cofer Brothers, Sleepy John Estes, Fisher Hendley, Peg Leg Howell and Jim Hill, Earl Johnson and His Dixie Entertainers, Charley Jordan, Lee Brothers, W.A. Lindsey and Alvin Conder, Uncle Dave Macon and Sam McGee, Dave McCarn, Charlie McCoy, McGee Brothers, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Red Brush Rowdies, Ernest Stoneman, Walter Vinson, Joe Williams.

 

Hard Times in the Country: Down and Out in the Rural South: Songs and Tunes from 1927 to 1938. County Records CD 3527, 2002.

Featuring: Ashley and Foster, Bentley Boys, Carolina Tar Heels, Dutch Coleman, Dave and Howard, Dixon Brothers, Oscar Ford, Georgia Crackers, Kelly Harrell, Fisher Hendley, Frank Hutchison, Lee Brothers Trio, Uncle Dave Macon, Blind Alfred Reed, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians.

 

Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music, Volume 4. Revenant Records RVN 211, 2000. 2 discs.

Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Carter Family, John Estes, Four Aces, Roosevelt Graves and Brother, Hackberry Ramblers, Heavenly Gospel Singers, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters, Sister Clara Hudmon, Jesse James, Robert Johnson, Jack Kelly and His South Memphis Band, Bradley Kincaid, Lead Belly, Uncle Dave Macon, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Memphis Jug Band, Memphis Minnie, Mississippi Jook Band, Monroe Brothers, Blind Alfred Reed, Arthur Smith Trio, Minnie Wallace, Bukka White, Joe Williams’ Washboard Blue Singers.

 

Heroes of Country Music, Volume 2: Legends of Honky Tonk. Rhino Records R2 72441/A 26109, 1996.

Featuring: Johnny Bond, Jim Edward Brown, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Al Dexter, Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys, Lefty Frizzell, Rex Griffin, Hawkshaw Hawkins, George Jones and the Jones Boys, Leon Payne, Red Sovine, Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys, Floyd Tillman, Ernest Tubb, Tunesmiths, Charlie Walker, Hank Williams and His Drifting Cowboys.

 

Hillbilly Blues: 25 Country Classics, 1929-1947. ASV CD AJA 5361, 2000.

Featuring: Ashley and Foster, Bill Carlisle, Cliff Carlisle, Carter Family, Darby and Tarlton, Jimmie Davis, Delmore Brothers, Hartman’s Heartbreakers, Jess Hillard, Buddy Jones, Dick Justice, Lone Star Cowboys, Nations Brothers, Roy Newman and His Boys, Norman Phelps and His Virginia Rounders, Riverside Ramblers, Jimmie Rodgers, Shelton Brothers, Sons of the Ozarks, Stripling Brothers, Swift Jewel Cowboys, Three Tobacco Tags, Johnny Lee Wills and His Boys, Smoky Wood and His Wood Chips.

 

Hillbilly Honeymoon: Manhaters, Misogynists and Marital Mayhem. Acrobat Music ACMCD 4015, 2004.

Featuring: Blue Ridge Mountain Singers, Cliff Carlisle, Carter Family, Al Dexter, Red Foley, Uncle Dave Macon, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Billie Maxwell, David McCarn, Byron Parker, Hank Penny, Blind Alfred Reed, Shelton Brothers, Earl Songer and His Rocky Road Ramblers, Jimmie Tarlton, Merle Travis, Hank Williams.

 

Hillbilly Jamboree. Ace Records CDCHD 643, 1998.

Featuring: Any Old Time String Band, Armstrong Twins, Carter Family, Hodges Brothers, Rose Maddox, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Del McCoury, Sam McGee, Bill Neely, Uncle John Patterson, Homer “Pappy” Sherrill.

 

Hillbilly on a Budget: TOPS Parade of Hits! All-Time Western Favorites. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 378, 2012.

Featuring: Tex Arnold and the Bar-X Boys, Corky Carpenter and the Billy Boys, Corky Carpenter and the Rhythm Rangers, Del Gillman and His Bar-X Boys, Rusty Howard and the Rhythm Rangers, Cliff Johnson and the Harmony Boys, Outpost Scotty and the Bar-X Boys, Pat Patterson and Glenda Smith, Pat Patterson and the Texas Wranglers, Bob Sandy and the International Cowboys, Bob Sandy and the Rhythm Rangers, Hank Smith and the Nashville Playboys, Dick Turley.

 

Hills of Home: 25 Years of Folk Music on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 16/17, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: Etta Baker, E.C. and Orna Ball, Pierre Bensusan, Roy Book Binder, Norman Blake, Rory Block, David Bromberg, Chicken Chokers, Joseph Cormier, Country Cooking, Wallace Crowe and David McLaughlin, Hazel Dickens, Bela Fleck and Bill Keith and Tony Trischka, Skip Gorman, Woody Guthrie, Tish Hinojosa, Michael Hurley and Holy Modal Rounders, Mississippi John Hurt, Johnson Mountain Boys, Alison Krauss and the Cox Family, Leadbelly, Eddie LeJeune and D.L. Menard and Ken Smith, Laurie Lewis, Louvin Brothers, John McCutcheon, Mississippi Fred McDowell and Johnny Woods, Bill Morrissey and Greg Brown, Nashville Jug Band, Mark O’Connor, Ola Belle Reed, Leslie Riddle, Riders in the Sky, Mike Seeger and Maria Muldaur and David Grisman, Ricky Skaggs, Jody Stecher and Kate Brislin, Barry and Holly Tashian, Tau Moe Family, Tony Rice Unit, Whitstein Brothers, Woodstock Mountain Revue.

 

Hills of Home: 25 Years of Folk Music on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 25 part 1, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: See above.

 

Honky Tonkin’: 87 Tracks from the Golden Years of Country Music. Fantastic Voyage FVTD114, 2011. 3 discs.

Featuring: Eddy Arnold, Benny Barnes, Tommy Blake, Cliff Bruner, Sonny Burns, Bill Carlisle, Patsy Cline, Tommy Collins, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Jimmie Davis, Davis Sisters, Bud Deckelman, Al Dexter, Little Jimmy Dickens, Charlie Feathers, Lefty Frizzell, Bob Gallion, Art Gibson, Rex Griffin, Hardrock Gunter, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Jimmy Heap, Tommy Hill, Johnny Horton, Billy Hughes, Wanda Jackson, Sonny James, Harold Jenkins, George Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joe “Cannonball” Lewis, Loretta Lynn, Maddox Brothers and Rose, George McCormick, Skeets McDonald, Eddie Miller, Billy Montana, Lattie Moore, George Morgan, Moon Mullican, Jimmy C. Newman, Eddie Noack, Buck Owens, Dolly Parton, Leon Payne, Carl Perkins, Webb Pierce, Doug Poindexter, Ray Price, Jerry Reed, Marty Robbins, Tommy Scott, Jean Shepard, Jimmie Skinner, Carl Smith, Hank Snow, Red Sovine, Wynn Stewart, Hank Thompson, Mel Tillis, Floyd Tillman, Ernest Tubb, Charlie Walker, Kitty Wells, Wilburn Brothers, Jess Willard, Hank Williams, Jimmy Work, Donny Young, Faron Young.

 

How Can I Keep from Singing: Early American Religious Music and Song, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2020, 1996.

Featuring: Allison’s Sacred Harp Singers, Rev. and Mrs. Edward Boone, Elder Burch and Congregation, Rev. Burnett, Rev. Joseph Callender, Rev. E.D. Campbell and Congregation, Carolina Ladies Quartette, Jaybird Coleman, Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers, Roosevelt Graves and Brother, Rev. J.O. Hanes and Choir, Elder Golden Harris, Laura Henton, Rev. H.B. Jackson, Uncle Dave Macon and the Fruit Jar Drinkers, Lonnie McIntorsh, Memphis Sanctified Singers, Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1, Mountain Singers Male Quartette, Nazarene Congregational Church Choir of Brooklyn, Slim Bucket and Pig Norwood, Walter Smith and Norman Woodlieff, Tennessee Mountaineers.

 

How Can I Keep from Singing: Early American Religious Music and Song, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2021, 1996.

Featuring: Cliff Carlisle Quartet, Sam Collins, Copperhill Male Quartet, Elder Curry and Congregation, Blind Willie Davis, Rev. J.F. Forest and Congregation, Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers, L.V. Jones and His Virginia Singing Class, George Long and His Singers, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Ed McConnell and Family, David Miller, Morris Family, Pace Jubilee Singers, Washington Phillips, Mrs. L. Reed and Mrs. T.A. Duncans, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians, Roswell Sacred Harp Quartette, Seventh Day Adventists Choir, Shands Superior Jubilee Singers, Blind Joe Taggart, Brothers Wright and Williams.

 

Box 12: CD box 12: If You Ain’t-Nuggets CD B

If You Ain’t Got the Do-Re-Mi: Songs of Rags and Riches. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40195, 2007.

Featuring: Almanac Singers, Horton Barker, Rolf Cahn and Eric Von Schmidt, Ann Charters, Joe Glazer, Woody Guthrie, Gale Huntington, Derek Lamb, Lamanac Singers, June Lazare, Leadbelly, Lord Invader, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, New Lost City Ramblers, Pete Seeger, Kilby Snow, Speckled Red, Stoneman Family, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Josh White.

 

In the Field Behind the Stage: Recordings from Galax Old Fiddlers’ Conventions, 1967 and 2010. Old Blue Records OB-708, 2011.

Featuring: John Ashby, Blue Ridge Mountain Ramblers, Buckstankle Boys, Leake Caudle, Grayson County Daredevils, Billy Hurt Jr., Oscar Jenkins, Corrina Logston, T.J. Lundy, New Ballards Branch Bogtrotters, Buddy Pendleton, Roan Mountain Hilltoppers, Southern Pride, Kilby Spencer, Kirk Sutphin, Betty Vornbrock.

 

In the Pines: Tar Heel Folk Songs and Fiddle Tunes. Old Hat CD-1006, 2008.

Featuring: Blankenship Family, Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers, Carolina Buddies, Carolina Ramblers String Band, Carolina Tar Heels, Cauley Family, Dixon Brothers and Mutt Evans, Grady Family, Grayson and Whitter, Clarence Greene, Highlanders, Ben Jarrell, Frank Jenkins’ Pilot Mountaineers, Mainer’s Mountaineers, E.R. Nance Family and Clarence Dooley, North Carolina Cooper Boys, Charlie Parker and Mack Woolbright, Proximity String Quartet, Red Fox Chasers, A.P. Thompson and Bob Cranford, Dock Walsh, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles, Henry Whitter and Fisher Hendley and Marshall Small.

 

Indiana Fiddlers’ Gathering: Favorites... Indiana Fiddlers’ Gathering Log Cabin 8013, 1998.

Featuring: Allen Street King Band, Howard Armstrong and Ted Bogan and Tommy Armstrong, Bob Bovee and Gail Heil, Liz Carroll and Christopher Layer and Jim Dewan, Michael Cleveland and John Schmaltz, Scott Evan Freeman, Johnny Frigo, Johnny Gimble, Grace Family, Kenny Stone Unit, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Brad Leftwich and Linda Higginbotham and Mark Ritchie, Raices del Andes, Raisin Pickers, Red Mule String Band, Rhythm Rats, Mike Seeger, Rocky Stone, Barry and Holly Tashian, Chris Thile and Nickel Creek, Volo Bogtrotters, Claude Williams.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 1. Yazoo Records 2200-1, 2003.

Featuring: Green Bailey, Justis Begley, Burnett and Rutherford and Moore, Crockett Family Mountaineers, J.W. Day, Robert L. Day, Fort Thomas Group, Ted Gossett’s Band, James Howard, Buell Kazee, Kentucky Mountain Chorusters, Martin and Roberts, Shortbuckle Roarke and Family, Doc Roberts, Rutherford and Foster, Pete Steele, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Walter Family, Walter Williams.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 2. Yazoo Records 2200-2, 2003.

Featuring: Green Bailey, Justis Begley, Henry L. Bandy, Burnett and Rutherford, Crockett Family Mountaineers, J.W. Day, Ted Gossett’s Band, Daw Henson, Theophilus Hoskins, Jimmy Johnson’s String Band, Buell Kazee, Kentucky String Ticklers, Martin and Roberts, Ed Morrison, Doc Roberts, Pete Steele, Taylor and Burnett and Moore, Rutherford and Foster, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Alice and Martha Williams and Elizabeth Flatt, Walter Williams.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 3. Yazoo Records 2200-3, 2003.

Featuring: Boyd Asher, Justis Begley, Blue Ridge Mountaineers, Maynard Britton, Burnett and Rutherford, Ted Chestnut, Crockett Family Mountaineers, J.W. Day, Ted Gossett’s Band, Hatton Brothers, Daw Henson, Jimmy Johnson’s String Band, Asa Martin, McVay and Johnson, Doc Roberts, Rutherford and Foster, Pete Steele, Bill Stepp, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Marion Underwood, Clay Walters, Walter Williams.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 4. Yazoo Records 2200-4, 2003.

Featuring: Boyd Asher, Henry L. Bandy, Justis Begley, Blue Ridge Mountaineers, Burnett and Rutherford, Crockett Family Mountaineers, J.W. Day, Ted Gossett’s String Band, Green’s String Band, Hack’s String Band, Daw Henson, Jimmy Johnson’s String Band, Buell Kazee, Kentucky Mountain Choruster, Asa Martin, Ed Morrison, J.M. Mullins, Rutherford and Foster, Rev. Sherwin Sizemore and Church of the Ten Elders, Pete Steele, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Walter Family, Walter Williams.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 5. Yazoo Records 2200-5, 2003.

Featuring: Green Bailey, Burnett and Rutherford, Crockett Family Mountaineers, Ted Gossett’s Band, Clifford Gross, Daw Henson, Theophilus Hoskins, James Howard, Howard and Peak, Jimmy Johnson’s String Band, Buell Kazee, Kentucky String Ticklers, Kentucky Woodchoppers, Lonesome Luke and His Farm Boys, Madisonville String Band, Green Maggard, McVay and Johnson, Oaks Family, Doc Roberts, Rutherford and Foster, Pete Steele, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Marvin Thornton and Fort Thomas Group, Walter Williams, Charlie Wilson and His Hillbillies.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 6. Yazoo Records 2200-6, 2003.

Featuring: Green Bailey, Bill Bundy, Burnett and Rutherford, Crockett Family Mountaineers, Ted Gossett’s Band, Clifford Gross, Hatton Brothers, James Howard, Jimmy Johnson’s String Band, Buell Kazee, Lonesome Luke and His Farm Boys, Madisonville String Band, Green Maggard, Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Shriver, Ed Morrison, Oaks Family, Doc Roberts, Rutherford and Foster, Pete Steele, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Tom West, Walter Family, Charlie Wilson and His Hillbillies.

 

Kentucky Mountain Music, CD 7. Yazoo Records 2200-7, 2003.

Featuring: Henry L. Bandy, Ted Chestnut, Crockett Family Mountaineers, J.W. Day, Clifford Gross, Hack’s String Band, Howard and Peak, Jimmy Johnson’s String Band, Buell Kazee, Kentucky String Ticklers, Kentucky Woodchoppers, Madisonville String Band, Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Shriver, Martin and Hobbs, Oaks Family, George Roark, Shortbuckle Roark and Family, Doc Roberts, Doc Roberts Trio, Rutherford and Moore and Burnett, Taylor and Moore and Burnett, Walter Family.

 

Kentucky Old-Time Banjo. Rounder Records CD 0394, 1999.

Featuring: Hobert Bowling, Blanche Coldiron, Roger Cooper, Danielle Fraley, J.P. Fraley, Bert Garvin, Jim Gaskin, Bert Hatfield, Roscoe Holcomb, Omar Hook, Vernon and Zora Judd, Buell Kazee, John Kinman, Asa Martin, Paul Smith, Billy Stamper, Earl Thomas Sr., Earl Thomas Jr., Dora Mae Wagers, Travis Wells, Razor Wolfinbarger.

 

Kentucky Old-Time Banjo. Rounder Records CD 0394, 1999.

Featuring: See above.

 

Kings of Western Swing. Fuel Records 302 061 535 2, 2006.

Featuring: Tex Atchison, Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, Spade Cooley and the Western Swing Dance Gang, Crystal Springs Ramblers, Red Foley, Slim Harbert and His Boys, Jerry Irby and His Texas Ranchers, Light Crust Doughboys, Hank Penny, Saddle Tramps, Sons of the West, Swift Jewel Cowboys, Johnny Tyler’s Riders of the Rio Grande, T. Texas Tyler, Tex Williams and His Western Caravan, Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, Johnnie Lee Wills.

 

Land of Yahoe: Children’s Entertainments from the Days Before Television. Rounder Records Kids CD 8041, 1996.

Featuring: Nova Baker, E.C. Ball, Orna Ball, Annadeene Fraley, J.P. Fraley, Art Galbraith and Gordon McCann, Jim Garland, Alva Greene, Sarah Gunning, Van Holyoak, Asa Martin, Asa Martin and the Cumberland Rangers, Glenn Ohrlin, Ola Belle Reed, Blair Reedy, Joe Robichaud, Billy Don Stamper and Earl Thomas Jr., Hobert Stollard, Nimrod Workman.

 

Legacy: A Tribute to the First Generation of Bluegrass: Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, the Stanley Brothers. Sugar Hill Records SH CD 9202, 1997.

Featuring: Byron Berline and Vince Gill, Sam Bush and Jerry Douglas, Jonathan Edwards, Hot Rize, Laurel Canyon Ramblers, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Lonesome River Band, Lonesome Standard Time, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Tony Rice, Peter Rowan, Seldom Scene, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Doc Watson.

 

Legends: Bluegrass. Direct Source LEG 18972, 2002.

Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Brown’s Ferry Four, Delmore Brothers, Dixon Brothers, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Uncle David Macon, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Charlie Monroe’s Boys, Charlie Monroe and His Kentucky Pardner, Monroe Brothers, Morris Brothers, Arthur Smith Trio, Gid Tanner and Riley Puckett, Merle Travis and Cowboy Band.

 

Let Me Play This for You: Rare Cajun Recordings. Tompkins Square TSQ 2912, 2013.

Featuring: Babineaux and Guidry, Blind Uncle Gaspard, Angelas LeJeune.

 

Life Goes On: Musicians Against Childhood Cancer. Rural Rhythm Records RUR 1094, 2012. 2 discs.

Featuring: Andy Ball, Randy Barnes, Blue Highway, Ronnie Bowman, Shawn Camp, Michael Cleveland, Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, Dudley Connell, Sally Connell, Larry Cordle, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Charlie Cushman, Gibson Brothers, Grascals, Morgane Hayes, Aubrey Haynie, Chris Henry, Clay Hess, Sierran Hull and Highway 111, Carl Jackson, Johnson Mountain Boys, James King, Randy Kohrs, Randy Kohrs Band, Doyle Lawson, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Lonesome River Band, Lost and Found, Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out, Joe Mullins, New Found Road, Mark Newton, Danny Paisley and Southern Grass, David Parmley and Continental Divide, Pine Mountain Railroad, Aaron Ramsey, Marty Raybon and Full Circle, Tony Rice, Bradley Rickman, Don Rigsby, Sammy Shelor, Junior Sisk, Kenny and Amanda Smith, Chris Stapleton, Steeldrivers, Adam Steffey, Larry Stephenson, Larry Stephenson Band, Bryan Sutton, Rhonda Vincent and the Rage, Bradley Walker, Josh Williams, Josh Williams Band, Paul Williams.

 

Little Red Box of Protest Songs. Proper Records PROPERBOX 147 (P1685-1688), 2009. 4 disc boxed set. Includes informational booklet.

Featuring: Mara Alexander and Others, John Allison, Almanac Singers, John Cohen, Laura Duncan, Texas Gladden, Tom Glazer, Morry Goodson and Sonny Vale, Sid Griffin, Arlo Guthrie, Nora Guthrie, Woody Guthrie, Lee Hays, Bob Hill, Aunt Molly Jackson, Leadbelly, Ernie Lieberman, J.B. Lenoir, Brownie McGhee, Bob Miller, Priority Ramblers, Earl Robinson, Carl Sandburg, Pete Seeger, Irwin Sibler, Sir Lancelot, Sonny Terry, Union Boys, Weavers, Josh White, Josh White and His Carolinians, Hally Wood.

 

Live at Grass Valley: Wolf Mountain Bluegrass Festival ’93. Wolf Mountain Music WMM-302, 1993.

Featuring: All Girl Boys, Coyote Brothers, Good Ol Persons, High Country, Kentucky Rose, Sawtooth Mountain Boys, Tenbrooks, Vern and Del Williams Band.

 

Live from the Grand Ole Opry. Sanctuary Records PDSCD 597, 2004. 2 discs.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Margie Bowes, Cowboy Copas, Little Jimmy Dickens, Flatt and Scruggs, Red Foley, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Ray Price, Tex Ritter, Marty Robbins, Jean Shepard, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb, Justin Tubb, Porter Wagoner, Hank Williams, Faron Young.

 

Lonesome Whistle: An Anthology of American Railroad Song. Proper Records PROPERBOX 168 (P169-172), 2012. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Alabama Sheiks, Allen Brothers, Shelly Lee Alley, Blind Joe Amos, Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley, Roosevelt Antrim, Reverend Robert Ballinger, Andrew and Jim Baxter, Ed Bell, Will Bennett, Chuck Berry, Black Ivory King, Blind Norris, Blind Sammie, Blind Willie, Big Bill Broonzy, Willie Brown, Bumble Bee Slim, Burnett and Rutherford, Johnny Burnette and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Bill Carlisle, Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, Smith Casey, Johnny Cash, Lonnie Coleman, Sam Collins, Crowder Brothers, Arthur Crudup, Dallas Jamboree Jug Band, Darby and Tarlton, Walter Davis, Delmore Brothers, Sleepy John Estes, Frenchy’s String Band, Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet, Woody Guthrie, E.E. Hack String Band, Kelly Harrell, Roy Harvey, King Solomon Hill, Howlin’ Wolf, Mississippi John Hurt, Frank Hutchison, Blind Lemon Jefferson, “Billiken” Johnson and Fred Adams, Robert Johnson, Karl and Harty, Buell Kazee, Huddie “Leadbelly” Ledbetter, Steve Ledford, Furry Lewis, Meade “Lux” Lewis, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Lullaby Larkers, Little Brother Montgomery, Wade Mainer, Eddie Mapp and His Harmonica, Sam McGee, Memphis Jug Band, Memphis Minnie, Monroe Brothers, Zeke Morris, Muddy Waters, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, Charley Patton, Elvis Presley, Yank Rachell, Jimmie Rodgers, Rouse Brothers, Ollie Rupert, Sloppy Henry, Blind Joe Taggart, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Tenneva Ramblers, T-Bone Walker, Bukka White, Washington White, Henry Whitter and G.B. Grayson, Robert Wilkins, Hank Williams, Sonny Boy Williamson, Williamson Bros. and Curry.

 

Long Live Bluegrass!: CMH Records 30th Anniversary Special. CMH Records CD 1799, 2005. 2 discs.

Featuring: Eddie Adcock, Eddie Adcock Band, Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band, Kenny Blackwell, Sam Bush, Cache Valley Drifters, Dennis Caplinger, Carolina Road, Vassar Clements, Larry Cordle and Lonesome Standard Time, Jerry Douglas, Lester Flatt and the Nashville Grass, Pat Flynn, Heartbreak Valley Boys, Heights of Grass, Rob Ickes, Iron Horse, Jim and Jesse, Grandpa Jones, Grandpa Jones Family, Ramona Jones, Raul Malo, Benny Martin, Jimmy Martin and Ricky Skaggs, Bill Monroe, Tim O’Brien, Old Scholl Freight Train, Osborne Brothers, David Parmley and Continental Divide, Pine Mountain Railroad, Dave Pomeroy, Peter Rowan, Arthur Smith and Don Reno, Carl Story and His Rambling Mountaineers, Merle Travis, David West, Robin and Linda Williams, Mac Wiseman and the Osborne Brothers.

 

Lonnie Donegan and the Original Hits of the Skiffle Explosion. Big3 BT3008, 2009. 3 discs.

Featuring: Dickie Bishop, Ken Colyer Skiffle Group, Lonnie Donegan, Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group, Johnny Duncan and the Bluegrass Boys, Alexis Korner’s Skiffle Group, Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group, Cliff Richard and the Drifters, Vipers Skiffle Group.

 

Louisiana Hayride: Classic Country Radio, Volume 1. Music Mill MME-70015-2, 2000.

Featuring: Johnny Cash, George Jones, Webb Pierce, Jim Reeves, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells, Slim Whitman, Hank Williams, Faron Young.

 

Louisiana Spice: 25 Years of Louisiana Music on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 18/19, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: Johnny Adams, Balfa Brothers, Marcia Ball, Beausoleil, Eddie Bo, James Booker, Monk Boudreaux and Rebirth Brass Band, Buckwheat Zydeco, Chuck Carbo, Boozoo Chavis, Bruce Daigrepont, Geno Delafose, John Delafose and the Eunice Playboys, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Bo Dollis, Bo Dollis and Wild Magnolias, David Doucet, Champion Jack Dupree, Beau Jocque and the Zydeco Hi-Rollers, Eddie LeJeune, Le Trio Cadien, Lil’ Brian and the Zydeco Travelers, D.L. Menard, Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas, Jimmy C. Newman, Professor Longhair, Dalton Reed, Zachary Richard, Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys, Jo-El Sonnier, Irma Thomas, Tuts Washington, Walter “Wolfman” Washington.

 

Louisiana Spice: 25 Years of Louisiana Music on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 25 part 2, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: See above.

 

Macy’s Texas Hillbilly: The Best of Macy’s Hillbilly Recordings. Acrobat Music ACRCD 125, 2006.

Featuring: Bar-X Cowboys, Laverl Carrico and the Angelina Pals, Woody Carter, Woody Carter and His Hoedown Boys, Harry Choates and His Fiddle, Curly Crash and His South Texas Playboys and Bill Guyton, Tommy Dover and His Texas Rhythm Boys, Bob Greene and His Filling Station Swing Band, Art Gunn and His Arizona Playboys, Sonny Hall and His Moonshiners, Claude Ham and His Radio Playboys, Morris Mills and the Rithumakers, Raley Brothers, Jim Reeves, Cousin Bob Rodgers, Ramblin’ Tommy Scott, Barney Vadermann and His Drifting Texans, Vance Brothers and Bill Monk.

 

Mademoiselle, Voulez-vous Danser?: Franco-American Music from the New England Borderlands. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40116, 1999.

Featuring: Paul Baril, Jeanne Begnoche, Chanterelle, Fabio Choiniere, Michele Choiniere, Dent-de-Lion, Alberta Gagne, Dudley Laufman and Jacqueline Laufman, Les Franco-Americans, Claude Methe, Rodney Miller and Anne Percival, Nightingale, Bernie Ouimet, Marc Ouimet, Michael Ouimet, Normand Ouimet, Maurice Paquette, Martha Pellerin, Maria Perrault, Henry Riendeau, Marcel Robidas and the Maple Sugar Band, Patrick Ross and Roland Cotnoir, Lucie Therrien, Ronald West and David Carr.

 

Marimac Anthology: Deep in Old-Time Music. Rounder Records CD 0364, 1996.

Featuring: Allen Street String Band, Boiled Buzzards, Bone Tones, John Cephas and Phil Wiggins, Double Decker String Band, Wilson Douglas, Bill Ellis and Andy Cohen and Eleanor Ellis, Dan Gellert and Brad Leftwich, Ill-Mo Boys, Kimble Family, Lazy Aces, Larry MacBride and Half Shaved, Carlie Marion and Andy Cahan, Rabbit in a Log, Red Mues, Round Peak Band, Tracy Schwarz, Matokie Slaughter and the Back Creek Buddies, Clyde Troxell, Uncle Willie’s Brandy Sniffers, Volo Bogtrotters, Wandering Ramblers, Wildcats.

 

Masters of Old-time Country: Autoharp. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40115, 2006.

Featuring: Kenneth Benfield and Neriah Benfield, Kilby Snow, Ernest Stoneman.

 

Masters of the Banjo: A National Tour of Traditional Banjo Styles. Arhoolie Records CD 421, 1994.

Featuring: Carroll Best, Seleshe Damessae, Seamus Egan, Tony Ellis, Will Keys, Laurie Lewis and Dudley Connell, Ralph Stanley, Kirk Sutphin.

 

Memories of Renfro Valley. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 041, 2003.

Featuring: Hugh Cross, Josie and the Cumberland Ridge Runners, Cumberland Ridge Runners, Karl Davis, Red Foley, Red Foley and Lulubelle, Ant’Indy Harper and the Coon Creek Girls, Doc Hopkins, Karl and Harty, Linda Parker.

 

Memories of That Old Country Church. Rebel Records REB CD 8008, 2013.

Featuring: Boys from Indiana, J.D. Crowe, Jim Eanes, Lilly Brothers and Don Stover, Jesse McReynolds and Jim McReynolds, Joe Mullins, Larry Richardson, Rock County, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Rhonda Vincent, Wildwood Valley Boys, Paul Williams and the Victory Trio, Mac Wiseman.

 

Memphis Rocks: Rockabilly in Memphis, 1954-1968. Smithsonian Collection of Recordings RD 051, 1992.

Featuring: Sonny Burgess, Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Two, Charlie Feathers, Ray Harris, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano, Carl Mann, Carl McVoy, Roy Orbinson and the Teen Kings, Carl Perkins, Billy Lee Riley and the Little Green Men, Ray Smith, Warren Smith, Malcom Yelvington.

 

Minnesota Fiddle Tunes Project. Upper Midwest Old Time UMOT 001, 2012.

Featuring: Bob Bovee and Gail Heil, Eelpout Stringers, Freak Creek Revival, Gritpickers, Haybirds, Adam Hurt, Bill Matthews, Brian Miller, Minnesota Pickers, Betsy Neil, O’Neil Family, Phil Nusbaum, Pam, John and the Dixons, Sara Panjunen, Catie Jo Pidel, Roe Family Singers,  Temporary Stringband, Tjarnbloms, Anabel Sanford Wirt.

 

Mirth, Music and Moonshine: Old Time Comedy, Tunes and Songs. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 141, 2006.

Featuring: Louis Bird, Black Brothers, Bud Blue, Blue Ridge Entertainers, John and Kate Carson, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Hillbillies, Frank Hutchison, Martin Malloy, Emmett Miller, Narmour and Smith, Hugh Roden, Roy Rodgers, George “Shortbuckle” Roark, Skillet Lickers, E.V. Stoneman and the Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers, Charlie Wilson and His Hay Loft Boys.

 

Mississippi River of Song: A Musical Journey Down the Mississippi. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW 40086, 1998. 2 discs.

Featuring: Babes in Toyland, Fontella and Martha Bass, Eddie Bo, Bottle Rockets, Boundless Love Quartet, Greg Brown, Sonny Burgess, Henry Butler, Chippewa Nation, David and Roselyn, Geno Delafose, John Hartford, Karl Hartwich, Levon Helm and James Cotton, Big Jack Johnson, Big Jack Johnson and the Jelly Roll Kings, John Koerner, La Otra Mitad, Bob Lewis Family, Little Milton, Robert Lockwood Jr., Manny Lopez Quintet, Wang Chong Lor, Memphis Horns and Ann Peebles, D.L. Menard, Mississippi Mass Choir, Irvan Perez, Eugene Redmond and Sylvester “Sunshine” Lee, Oliver Sain, Skal Club Spelmanslag, Soul Asylum, Soul Rebels, Sounds of Blackness, Ste. Genevieve Guignolee Singers, Kenny Bill Stinson, Irma Thomas.

 

Mississippi String Bands: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 1928-1935. Document Records DOCD-8009, 1997.

Featuring: Carter Brothers and Son, Freeny Harmonizers, Freeny’s Barn Dance Band, Floyd Ming and His Pep Steppers, Red Whitehead and Dutch Coleman.

 

Mississippi String Bands, Volume 1. County Records CD 3513, 1998.

Featuring: Carter Brothers and Son, Leake County Revelers, Floyd Ming’s Pep Steppers, Mississippi Possum Hunters, Narmour and Smith, Ray Brothers.

 

Mississippi String Bands, Volume 2. County Records CD 3514, 1998.

Featuring: Clardy and Clements, Freeny’s Barn Dance Band, Leake County Revelers, Narmour and Smith, Nations Brothers, Newton County Hillbillies.

 

More Bona Fide Bluegrass and Mountain Music. BMG Heritage 74465 99002 2, 2002.

Featuring: Lester Flatt, John Hartford, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Jimmy Martin, McPeak Brothers, Hoyt Ming and His Pep Steppers, Bill Monroe, Charlie Monroe and His Kentucky Pardners, Osborne Brothers, Pine Ridge Boys, Prairie Ramblers, Arthur Smith Trio, Mac Wiseman.

 

Mountain Blues: Blues, Ballads and String Bands, 1927-1938: CD A. JSP Records 7740 A, 2005.

Featuring: Gene Autry, Bowman Sisters, Hershal Brown, Carolina Buddies, Cobb and Underwood, Bill Cox, Dixie Ramblers, Lonnie Glosson, Clarence Green, Larry Hensley, Cliff Hobbs, Frankie Marvin, Riley Puckett, South Georgia Highballers.

 

Mountain Blues: Blues, Ballads and String Bands, 1927-1938: CD B. JSP Records 7740 B, 2005.

Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Samantha Bumgarner, Homer Callahan, Callahan Brothers, Carroll County Revelers, Carver Boys, Crowder Brothers, Chuck Darling, Walter Davis, Gwen Foster, Georgia Crackers, Dick Justice, Justice and Jarvis, Asa Martin and His Kentucky Hillbillies, Palmer McAbee, Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, Slim Smith, Kyle Wooten.

 

Mountain Blues: Blues, Ballads and String Bands, 1927-1938: CD C. JSP Records 7740 C, 2005.

Featuring: Buck Mountain Band, Buster and Jack, Carolina Tar Heels, Dupree’s County Boys, Jess Johnson, Leake County Revelers, Byrd Moore, Narmour and Smith, Perry County Music Makers, Reaves White County Ramblers, Roane County Ramblers, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians, Lemuel Turner.

 

Mountain Blues: Blues, Ballads and String Bands, 1927-1938: CD D. JSP Records 7740 D, 2005.

Featuring: Ashley’s Melody Men, Burnett and Rutherford, Dykes Magic City Trio, George Edgin’s Corn Dodgers, Oscar Ford, Freeny Harmonizers, Prince Albert Hunt, Earl Johnson and His Dixie Entertainers, Kentucky String Ticklers, Uncle Bud Landress, Moatsville String Ticklers, Prairie Ramblers, Roanoake Jug Band, Ridgers and Nicholson, Mike Shaw’s Alabama Entertainers, Spangler and Pearson, Three Tobacco Tags.

 

Mountain Frolic, CD A: Rare Old Timey Classics, 1925-1930. JSP Records 77100A, 2007.

Featuring: Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Carolina Night Hawks, Walter Couch and Wilks Ramblers, Dad Crockett, Crockett Family, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Charlie Parker, Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers, George Roark, Smoky Mountain Ramblers.

 

Mountain Frolic, CD B: Rare Old Timey Classics, 1924-1928. JSP Records 77100B, 2007.

Featuring: Chenoweth’s Cornfield Symphony Orchestra, Buell H. Kazee.

 

Mountain Frolic, CD C: Rare Old Timey Classics, 1924-1930. JSP Records 77100C, 2007.

Featuring: Hugh Cross and Riley Puckett, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters, Buell H. Kazee, Bradley Kincaid, Ernest Thompson.

 

Mountain Frolic, CD D: Rare Old Timey Classics, 1925-1930. JSP Records 77100D, 2007.

Featuring: Carolina Tar Heels, Pine Mountain Boys, “Dock” Walsh.

 

Mountain Gospel: The Sacred Roots of Country Music, CD A. JSP Records 7755A, 2005.

Featuring: Anglin Twins, Avondale Mills Quartet, Bird’s Kentucky Corn Crackers, Blue Ridge Singers, Bush Brothers, Bush Family, Crowder Brothers, Fireman’s Quartet, Garland Brothers and Grinstead, Hill Brothers and Willie Simmons, Alfred G. Karnes, Lubbock Texas Quartet, Roswell Sacred Harp, Virginia Dandies.

 

Mountain Gospel: The Sacred Roots of Country Music, CD B. JSP Records 7755B, 2005.

Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Allison’s Sacred Harp, Carolina Gospel Singers, Chumbler Famiy, Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp, Eva Quartette, McVay and Johnson, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians, Ernest Stoneman.

 

Mountain Gospel: The Sacred Roots of Country Music, CD C. JSP Records 7755C, 2005.

Featuring: Phil and Frank Crow, Phil Crow Trio, Golden P. Harris, Rev. Calbert Holstein and Sister Billie Holstein, McCravy Brothers, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Quartet, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Singers, Kid Williams, Williams and Williams, Ira and Eugene Yates.

 

Mountain Gospel: The Sacred Roots of Country Music, CD D. JSP Records 7755D, 2005.

Featuring: Alcoa Quartet, Bill Carlisle, Carolina Ramblers, Edith and Sherman Collins, Coon Creek Girls, Dixie Reelers, Giddens Sisters, Mr. and Mrs. R.N. Grisham, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Morris Brothers and Eunice, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, William Rexroat’s Cedar Crest Singers, Southern Melody Boys, Vaughan Quartet.

 

Mountain Guitar Pickin’: 24 Bluegrass Instrumental Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-274, 2002.

Featuring: Josh Crowe and Raymond Fairchild, Bob Ensign and the Stump Jumpers, Clarence Jackson, Shot Jackson, Lee Moore, Mutt Poston, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Ritchey Brothers, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys.

 

Mountain Journey: Stars of Old Time Music. Rounder Records 11661 0546-2, 2004.

Featuring: Etta Baker, Ralph Blizard and the New Southern Ramblers, Blue Sky Boys, Connie and Babe and the Backwoods Boys, Hazel Dickens, J.P. Fraley, Fuzzy Mountain String Band, Ginny Hawker, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, George Pegram and Red Parham, Dirk Powell and Tim O’Brien, Ola Belle Reed, Sacred Harp Singers of Georgia and Alabama, Mike Seeger, Buddy Thomas, Ron Thomason, Doc Watson and Gaither Carlton.

 

Mountain Music Bluegrass Style. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40038, 1991.

Featuring: Bob Baker and the Pike County Boys, Chubby Anthony, Tom Gray, Smiley Hobbs, Pete Kuykendall, Bea Lilly, Tex Logan, Mike Seeger, Don Stover, Jerry Stuart, Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Eric Weissberg, Bob Yellin.

 

Mountain Music Collection, Volume 1: Wild and Reckless Men. CMH Records CD-8002, 1994.

Featuring: Bluegrass Cardinals, Carter Family Lester Flatt and the Nashville Grass, Red Herron and Merle Travis and Joe Maphis, Grandpa Jones, Ramona Jones, Wade Mainer and Zeke Morris, Kirk and Sam McGee, Morris Brothers, Osborne Brothers, Riley Puckett, Tex Ritter, Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers, Mac Wiseman, Jack Youngblood.

 

Mountain Music of Kentucky. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40077, 1996. 2 discs.

Featuring: Granville Bowlen, Willie Chapman, “Banjo” Bill Cornett, James B. Cornett, James Crase, George Davis, Martha Hall, Roscoe Holcomb, Lee Sexton, Marion Summner, Martin Young and Corbett Grigsby.

 

Murder, Theft and Devilish Deals. Righteous Psalm 23:3 2009, 2009.

Feauring: Dock Boggs, Leroy Carr, Carter Family, Edward L. Crain, Frank Crumit, G.B. Grayson, Woody Guthrie, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Mississippi John Hurt, Robert Johnson, Dick Justice, Leadbelly, Furry Lewis, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Blind Willie McTell, Memphis Jug Band, John Jacob Niles, Almeda Riddle, Ethel Waters, Peanuts Wilson.

 

Music from the Lost Provinces: Old-Time Stringbands from Ashe County, North Carolina and Viscinity, 1927-1931. Old Hat CD-1001, 1997.

Featuring: Frank Blevins and His Tar Heel Rattlers, Carolina Night Hawks, Grayson and Whitter, Hill Billies, North Carolina Ridge Runners, Jack Reedy and His Walker Mountain String Band, Smyth County Ramblers, Ephraim Woodie and the Henpecked Husbands, Woodie Brothers.

 

Music of Kentucky: Early American Rural Classics, 1927-27, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2013, 1995.

Featuring: Alex Hood’s Railroad Boys, Alfred Karnes, Kentucky Ramblers, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Quartett, Mae Puckett, B.F. Shelton, W.M. Stepp, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers, Walter Williams.

 

Music of Kentucky: Early American Rural Classics, 1927-27, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2014, 1995.

Featuring: Emry Arthur, Carver Boys, Monroe Gevedon, John Hammond, Basil May, Bill Shepherd, Hayes Shepherd, Luther Strong.

 

My Rough and Rowdy Ways: Early American Rural Music, Badman Ballads and Hellraising Songs, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2039, 1998.

Featuring: Allen Brothers, Clarence Ashley, Barefoot Bill, Dock Boggs, Kahle Brewer, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Cleve Chaffin and the McClung Brothers, Dykes Magic City Trio, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Clifford Gibson, Grant Brothers and Their Music, Haywood County Ramblers, Peg Leg Howell, Tommy Johnson, “Little Hat” Jones, Uncle Dave Macon and Sam McGee, Ken Maynard, Ray Brothers, Jilson Setters, Will Shade, Ernest Stoneman, Sweet Brothers, Willie Walker, Watts and Wilson.

 

Nashville at Newport. Vanguard 77016-2, 1995.

Featuring: Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys, Maybelle Carter, Johnny Cash, Hazel Dickens and Alice Foster Gerrard, Jimmie Driftwood, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Ike Everly and Don Everly, Arthur Smith and Sam and Kirk McGee.

 

Nashville Bluegrass. Stomper Time Records STCD 18, 2003.

Featuring: Bluegrass Lookouts, Cumberland Mountain Boys, Dixieland Drifters, Jim Pipkins, Johnny Varnell, Webster Brothers.

 

Nashville Sputnik. Omni Recording OMNI-115, 2008.

Featuring: Donel Austin, Jack Blanchard, Jack Blanchard Group, Jackie Blanchard and the Rockin’ Impallas, Tom Carlile, Country Nut, Dawn Breakers, Rusty Diamond, Jacqueline Hyde and the Moonfolk, Maryanne Mail, Hank Malcom, Joel Mathis, Misty Morgan, Brad Wolfe.

 

National Reso-Phonic Instrumental Project. Time and Strike T&S 7787, [2006?].

Featuring: Catfish Keith, Mary Flower, Michael Hakanson-Stacy, Steve James, Annie Raines, Paul Rishell, Brooks Williams.

 

Newport Folk Festival, 1960. Not Now Music NOT3CD076, 2012. 3 discs.

Featuring: Theodore Bikel and Ray Boguslav, Oscar Brand, Bob Camp, Jean Carignan, Jimmy Driftwood, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Bob Gibson, Will Holt, John Lee Hooker and Bill Lee, Cisco Houston, Ewan MacColl, Tommy Makem, Ed McCurdy, Alan Mills, New Lost City Ramblers, Oranim Zabar Troupe and Geula Gill, Peggy Seeger, Pete Seeger.

 

North Carolina Banjo Collection. Rounder Records CD 0439/40, 1998. 2 discs.

Featuring: Walter Raleigh Babson, Etta Baker, Carroll Best, J.G. and Jerry Wayne Britt, Samantha Bumgarner, Gaither Carlton, Fred Cockerham, Libba Cotten, Kyle Creed, Glenn Davis, Bertie Dickens, Clay Everhart, Marvin Gaster, Ernest Helton, Fisher Hendley, Tommy Jarrell, Frank Jenkins, Snuffy Jenkins, Stella Kimble, Charlie Lowe, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Wade Mainer, Carlie Marion, Carl Nance, A.C. Overton, George Pegram, Charlie Poole, Frank Proffitt, Ola Belle Reed, Babe Reid, Dink Roberts, Kelly Sears, Smith and Allgood, John Snipes, Odell Thompson, Dock Walsh, Arnold Watson, Doc Watson, Wilmer Watts, Hobbie Whitener, Scotty Wiseman, Mack Woolbright.

 

Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel, CD A: 1945-1953. JSP Records 77126A, 2009.

Featuring: Angelic Gospel Singers and Dixie Hummingbirds, Morgan Babb and the Radio Four, Sister Lucille Barbee, Sister Emily Bram, Shirley Caesar, Chuck Carbo and the Delta Southernaires, Wynona Carr, Hazel Chatman and the Golden Harmonizers, Edna Gallmon Cooke and the Mt. Vernon Men’s Choir, Sister Ethel Davenport and Brownie McGhee, Deep River Boys, Mary Deloach, Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Flowers of Joy, Rev. C.L. Franklin, Golden Gate Quartet, Golden Melodeers, Rebert H. Harris and the Five Soul Stirrers, Thomas Johnson and the Harmonizing Four, Rev. Elder “Gatemouth” Moore and the Bessemer Big Four, Royal Sons Quintet, Cecil Shaw and the Union Spiritual Harmonizers, Rosa Shaw, Frank Sinatra and the Charioteers, Willie Mae Ford Smith, Sly Stone, Sonny Til and the Orioles, Joe Van Loan and Canaanites.

 

Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel, CD B: 1953-1955. JSP Records 77126B, 2009.

Featuring: Afro Quintette, Gene Allison and the Israelite Travelers, Rev. Ballenger and Willie Dixon, Bells of Joy, Rev. James Cleveland and the Caravans, Ann Cole and the Colmanaires, Detroit Harmonettes, Ever Ready Gospel Singers, Fairfield Four, Bessie Griffin and the Caravans, Tony Harris and the Traveling Four, Rebert H. Harris and Christland Singers, Mahalia Jackson and the Belleville Choir, Jones Brothers Quartet, Keys of Heaven, Sister Marie Knight and the Sam Price Trio, Bro Bill Louis, Mayflower Singers, Phil Phillips and the Gateway Quartet, Pilgrim Jubilees, Prisonaires, Skylight Singers, Swanee Quintet, Little Johnny Taylor and the Stars of Bethel, Violinaires, Mdm. Ernestine Washington and the Milleraires, Zion Travelers.

 

 

Box 13: CD box 13: Nuggets CD C-Skiffle

 Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel, CD C: 1955-1957. JSP Records 77126C, 2009.

Featuring: Mitchell Aires Quintet, Argo Gospel Singers, Morgan Babb and the Philco Singers, Nappy Brown and Selah Jubilee Singers, Archie Brownlee and the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, Julius “June” Cheeks and the Sensational Nightingales, Judy Clay and the Drinkard Singers and Joe Bostic, Little Joe Cook and the Evening Star Quartet, Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers, Rev. Crum and the Mighty Golden Keys, Dixieland Singers, Bessie Griffin and Gospel Consolators and Johnny Adams,  Joe Hinton and the Spirit of Memphis, Claude Jeter and the Swan Silvertones, Kelly Brothers, Mavis and the Staple Singers, Original Gospel Stars, James Phelps and the Gospel Song Birds, Lou Rawls and the Pilgrim Travelers, Roscoe Robinson and Huey Brow and the Silver Quintette, Royal Travelers, Southern Travelers, Candi Staton and the Jewel Gospel Trio, Johnnie Taylor and the Highway Q.C.’s.

 

Nuggets of the Golden Age of Gospel, CD D: 1957-1958. JSP Records 77126D, 2009.

Featuring: Inez Andrews and the Caravans, Paul Arnold and the Gospelaires, Hardie Clifton and the Brooklyn All Star Singers, Dorothy Love Coates and the Gospel Harmonettes, Consolers, Evelyn Freeman and the Exciting Voices Chorus, Gospel Tones, Howard “Slim” Hunt and the Supreme Angels, Willie Joe Ligon and the Mighty Mighty Clouds of Joy, Little Sugar and the Hightower Brothers, Leon Lumpkins and the Gospel Clefs, Roberta Martin and the Roberta Martin Singers, Brother Joe May, Ollie Nightinggale and the Dixie Nightengales, Lou Rawls and the Chosen Gospel Singers, Della Reece and the Meditations, Cleophus Robinson and Sister Josephine Jones, Johnnie Taylor and the Soul Stirrers, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Ira Tucker and the Dixie Hummingbirds, Jackie Verdell and the Davis Sisters, Victory Five, Rosie Wallace and the Imperial Gospel Singers, Clara Ward Singers and Sam Whinham, Marion Williams and the Stars of Faith, O.V. Wright and the Sunset Travelers.

 

Old Home Place: Bluegrass and Old-Time Mountain Music. Rounder Records 11661-0514-2, 2003.

Featuring: Connie and Babe, Cox Family, J.D. Crowe, Hazel Dickens, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Bill Grant and Delia Bell, IIIrd Tyme Out, Jim and Jesse, Laurie Lewis, Livewire, Longview, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Alecia Nugent, Rice Brothers, Spectrum, Suzanne Thomas, Vern Williams.

 

Old Mountain: Stringband Songs and Tunes. Sanctuary Records CD AJA 5577, 2004.

Featuring: Arkansas Barefoot Boys, Binkley Brothers and the Dixie Clodhoppers, Burnett and Rutherford, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Carter Brothers and Son, Corn Cob Crushers, Crockett’s Kentucky Mountaineers, East Texas Serenaders, Floyd County Ramblers, Freeny’s Barn Dance Band, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Grayson and Whitter, Grinnell Giggers, Kelly Harrell, Ben Jarrell and Da Costa Woltz and His Southern Broadcasters, Leake County Revelers, Lewis Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Clayton McMichen, Morrison Twin Brothers String Band, Narmour and Smith, Perry County Music Makers, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Riley Puckett, Red Headed Fiddlers, Seven Foot Dilly and His Dill Pickles, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers.

 

Old Mountain: Stringband Songs and Tunes. Sanctuary Records CD AJA 5577, 2004.

Featuring: See above.

 

Old Time Banjo Festival. Rounder Records 11661-0584-2, 2007.

Featuring: Laura Boosinger, Kate Brett, Paul Brown, Bob Carlin, Chris Coole, Cathy Fink, Dan Gellert, Rick Good, Gordy Hinners, David Holt, Adam Hurt, Daniel Koulack, Reed Martin, Marcy Marxer, Bruce Molsky, Arnie Naiman, Leonard Podolak, Mark Schatz, Bill Schmidt, Mike Seeger, Bob Smakula.

 

Old-Time Mountain Ballads. County Records CD 3504, 1995.

Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Green Bailey, Burnett and Rutherford, Grayson and Whitter, John Hammond, Kelly Harrell, Hickory Nuts, Frank Jenkins’ Pilot Mountaineers, Buell Kazee, Uncle Dave Macon, Byrd Moore, Aulton Ray, Red Fox Chasers, Blind Alfred Reed, Rutherford and Foster, B.F. Shelton.

 

Old Time Mountain Banjo. County Records CD 3533, 2005.

Featuring: Clarence Ashley, Coon Creek Girls, John Hammond, W.A. Hinton, Frank Jenkins, Buell Kazee, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Uncle Dave Macon, Land Norris, Charlie Poole and Lucy Terry, Red Headed Fiddlers, B.F. Shelton, Smith and Allgood, Marion Underwood, Dock Walsh, Whitter-Hendley-Small.

 

Old-Time Music from Clay and Calhoun Counties, WV. Field Recorders’ Collective FRC202, 2004.

Featuring: Jenes Cottrell, Wilson Douglas, Ira Mullins, Phoeba Parsons.

 

Old-Time Music from South-West Virginia. County Records CD 3523, 2001.

Featuring: Appalachian Vagabond, Emry Arthur, Dock Boggs, Dykes’ Magic City Trio, Della Hatfield, Byrd Moore, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Robinette and Moore.

 

Old-Time Music of West Virginia: Ballads, Blues and Breakdowns, Volume 1. County Records CD 3518, 1999.

Featuring: Corn Cob Crushers, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Harvey and Copeland, Frank Hutchison, Justice and Jarvis, Kessinger Brothers, Leftwich and Lilly, McClung Brothers, Blind Alfred Reed, Tweedy Brothers, West Virginia Night Owls, Williamson Brothers and Curry.

 

Old-Time Music of West Virginia: Ballads, Blues and Breakdowns, Volume 2. County Records CD 3519, 1999.

Featuring: Cleve Claffin and McClung Brothers, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Frank Hutchison, Jackson County Barn Owls, Dick Justice, Kessinger Brothers, Moatsville String Ticklers, Byrd Moore and Jess Johnston, Tweedy Brothers, Weaver Brothers, West Virginia Coon Hunters, West Virginia Ramblers, Williamson Brothers and Curry.

 

Old-Time Music on the Air, Volume 1. Rounder Records CD 0331, 1994.

Featuring: Etta Baker, Mac Benford and the Woodshed Allstars, Ralph Blizard and the New Southern Ramblers, Clarke Buehling, Clyde Davenport, Hazel Dickens, Double Decker Stringband, Benton Flippen and the Smokey Valley Boys, Bruce Greene, Ginny Hawker and Kay Justice, Heartbeats, David Holt, Will Keys, Bruce Molsky, Dirk Powell and John Herrmann and Tom Sauber, Tracy Schwarz, Mike Seeger, Matokie Slaughter and the Back Creek Buddies, Jody Stetcher and Kate Brislin, Kirk Sutphin, Joe and Odell Thompson, Toast String Stretchers, Leroy Troy, Volo Bogtrotters, Wandering Ramblers, Melvin Wine.

 

Old-Time Music on the Air, Volume 2. Rounder Records CD 0391, 1996.

Featuring: Sheila Kay Adams, Bayou Seco, Bing Brothers, Boiled Buzzards, Bob Bovee and Gail Heil, Hank Bradley, James Bryan and Carl Jones, Buckhannon Brothers, Bunkhouse Orchestra, Critton Hollow String Band, Wilson Douglas, Cathy Fink, Dan Gellert and Brad Leftwich, Skip Gorman, Ben Hawker, Herald Angels, Vesta Johnson, Walt Koken, Joel Mabus, Cliff Perry and Laurel Bliss, Red Mules, Renegades, Rhythm Rats, Barry Schultz, Texas Shorty and John Hartford, Jeff Warner and Jeff Davis, Nile Wilson.

 

Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music. Great Smoky Mountains Association, 2010.

Featuring: Paul Buchanan, Willis and Dexter Bumgarner, Cataloochie Trio, Myrtle Conner, Hardy Crisp, John Davis and Shorty Smith, Helen Gunter, John Hannah, Zeb and Winfred Hannah, Jack Johnson, Chub Karns and Francis Lum, Leatherman Brothers, Betty Messer, Carl Messer, Bill Moore and Vic Peterson, Bill Moore’s Quartet, Bessie Rabb, Robert Ray, Herman Smith and David Proffitt, Boyd Strickland, Clarence Sutton, Jim Sutton.

 

Old Time Tunes and Songs from the Golden Age of Early Country Music. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 340, 2011.

Featuring: Ashley’s Melody Makers, A.J. Boulay, Cauley Family, Gibson String Trio, Gross and Campbell, Happy Hayseeds, Harkreader and Moore, Kentucky Thorobreds, Asa Martin and James Roberts, Narmour and Smith, Odus and Woodrow, Parker and Woolbright, Dad and Mom Pickard, Red Fox Chasers, Smith’s Sacred Singers, Tennessee Ramblers, Ernest Thompson, Welby Toomey, Tweedy Brothers.

 

Old Time Tunes and Songs from the Golden Age of Early Country Music, Volume 2: 1924-1952. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 364, 2012.

Featuring: Allen Brothers, H.M. Barnes and His Blue Ridge Ramblers, Gwen Foster, Johnson Brothers, Golden Melody Boys, Bela Lam and His Greene County Singers, Wade Mainer, John and Emery McClung, Fate Norris, Odus and Woodrow, Rainey Old Time Band, “Ted” Sharp, Hinman and Sharp, Stroup Quartet, Uncle Am Stuart, Tennessee Ramblers, Ernest Thompson, John I. “The Lonesome Cowboy” White.

 

On the Road Again: 20 Great Truck Drivin’ Hits. Highland Music DCD-7810, 1986.

Featuring: Johnny Bond, Charlie Douglas, Dave Dudley, Duane Eddy, Claude Gray, Jack Greene, Tiny Harris, Rod Hart, Jimmy Martin, Moore and Napier, George Morgan, Del Reeves, Jean Shepard, Red Simpson, Red Sovine, Tommy Hill Music Festival, Willis Brothers, Coleman Wilson.

 

Original American Folk Songs. Membran Music 233311 / A-J, [2011]. 10 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Almanac Singers, Joan Baez, Dock Boggs, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Carolina Tar Heels, Helen Carter, June Carter, Carter Family, Elizabeth Cotten, Jimme Driftwood, Uncle Eck Dunford, Elders McIntorsh and Edward’s Sanctified Singers, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Everly Brothers, Woody Guthrie, Happiness Boys, Kelly Harrell, Cisco Houston, Albert Hunt’s Texas Ramblers, Frank Hutchison, Burl Ives, Dick Justice, Buell Kazee, Leadbelly, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Brownie McGhee, Blind Willie McTell, Memphis Jug Band, Hoyt Ming and His Pep Steppers, Odetta, Chubby Parker, Charlie Poole, Bill and Ola Belle Reed, Pete Seeger, Jilson Setters, Sons of the Pioneers, Jo Stafford, Ernest and Hattie Stoneman, Stoneman Family, Tarriers, Union Boys, Weavers, Josh White.

 

Original Stars of Bluegrass Music. McMinnville Records CD 3956, 2005.

Featuring: Eddie Adcock and Sam Bush and Vassar Clements and Jerry Douglas, Lester Flatt and Nashville Grass, Johnny Gimble, Jim and Jesse, Grandpa Jones, Joe Maphis and Zen Crook, Benny Martin, Don Reno and Arthur Smith, Berry Jean Robinson and Nashville Grass, Merle Travis, Mac Wiseman and the Osborne Brothers.

 

Paramount Old Time Recordings, CD A: String Bands. JSP Records 7774A, 2006.

Featuring: Dixie Crackers, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, McClung Brothers and Cleve Chaffin, Red Brush Rowdies, Arthur Tanner, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles.

 

Paramount Old Time Recordings, CD B: Ballads and Blues. JSP Records 7774B, 2006.

Featuring: Emry Arthur, Brock Sisters, Chezz Chase, Fay and the Jay Walkers, Gentry Brothers, Roy Gonzales, Rex Kelly, Owen “David Miller” Mills, Jack Penewell, Rufus K. Stanley, Welling and McGhee.

 

Paramount Old Time Recordings, CD C: Religious Music. JSP Records 7774C, 2006.

Featuring: Emry Arthur, Christian Harmony Singers, Davis and Nelson, Sid Harkreader, Kentucky Ramblers, Kentucky Thorobreds, Joe Reed Family, Welling and McGhee, Welling and Shannon.

 

Paramount Old Time Recordings, CD D: String Bands, Ballads, Blues and Cajun Music. JSP Records 7774D, 2006.

Featuring: Bertrand and Gonzales, Blue Ridge Highballers, Gibbs String Band, Kentucky Ramblers, Soileau and Robin, George Washington White.

 

Pine Breeze Recordings. Jubilee Community Arts JCA-1003, 2005. 2 discs.

Featuring: Eldia and Oscar Barbee, Bice Family, J.R. “Peanut” Cantrell, Homer and Calvin Chastain and Don Holder, Bob Douglas and Ray Brown, Ella Hughes, Blaine Smith and Florrie Stewart, Lee Trentham and J.D. Perkinson, Clay Turner, Russ Vandergriff.

 

Port Arthur Jubileers and Associates: Recorded 1936-1941. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 447, 2014.

Featuring: Jimmy Hart and His Merrymakers, Jubileers, Louisiana Strollers, Port Arthur Jubileers.

 

Prayers from Hell: White Gospel and Sinners Blues, 1927-1940. Trikont US-0267, 1999.

Featuring: Dock Boggs, Bill Carlisle, Bill Carlisle’s Kentucky Boys, Carolina Ramblers String Band, Carter Family, Edith and Sherman Collins, Dorsey and Beatrice Dixon, Dixon Brothers, Frank Hutchison, Steve Ledford, Monroe Brothers, Daniel Nicholson, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, Audi Rodgers.

 

Prestige/Folklore Years, Volume 3: Roots and Branches. Prestige/Folklore Records PRCD-9903-2, 1994.

Featuring: Charles River Valley Boys and Tex Logan, Gary Davis, Folk Stringers, Mitch Greenhill, Holy Modal Rounders, Keith and Rooney, Lilly Brothers, New Strangers, Artie Traum, True Endeavor Jug Band, Dave Van Ronk, Harry and Jeanie West.

 

Prestige/Folklore Years, Volume 5: Have a Feast Here Tonight! Prestige/Folklore Records PRCD-9919-2, 1999.

Featuring: Lilly Brothers, Don Stover.

 

Radiogram: 24 Songs That Inspired the Teenage Gram Parsons. Righteous Psalm 23:38 2010, 2010.

Featuring: Bailes Brothers, Benny Barnes, Jimmy Blakely, Joe Ken Clark and His Merry Mountain Boys, Harry Coates, Cowboy Copas, Skeeter Davis, Tibby Edwards, Flatt and Scruggs, Lefty Frizzell, Red Hayes, Lonnie Irving, Stonewall Jackson, George Jones, Bradley Kincaid, Little Jimmie and Asher Sizemore, Louvin Brothers, Frankie Miller, Buck Owens, Leon Payne, Hank Snow, Harry and Jeanie West.

 

Railroad Songs and Ballads. Rounder Records CD 1508, 1997.

Featuring: Nobel B. Brown, Lester A. Coffee, Wade H. Ford, Harry Hankins, Austin Harmon, Joe Harris and Kid West, Jim Holbert, Aunt Molly Jackson, Esco Kilgore, George Lay, Merle Lovell, E.M. Martin and Pearline Johns, Harry McClintock, May Kennedy McCord, Minta Morgan, Ride Rangers, Blaine Stubblefield, Mary Sullivan, Roland Wise and Mr. White, Will Wright, Clarence H. Wyatt.

 

Raised by the Railroad Line: Classic American Train Songs. Rebel Records CD 7504, 2001.

Featuring: Front Porch String Band, Bill Harrell, Kentucky Rose, Lonesome River Band, McPeak Brothers, Reno and Smiley, Ricochet, Seldom Scene, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley, Al Wood.

 

Raising the Bar: The Best of Bluegrass Dobro. McMinnville Records CD 3979, 2005.

Featuring: Rudi Ekstein, Steve Fishell, Josh Graves, Rob Ickes.

 

Ramblers, Gamblers, Vagabonds and Revelers: 100 Songs by and About the Archetypes and Architects of American Roots Music. Proper Records PROPERBOX 170 (P1777-1780), 2012. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: All-Star Reveliers, Barbecue Bob, Russell Beecher, Doug Bine, Black Ace, Black Boy Shine, Scrapper Blackwell, Blind Blake, Bill Boyd, Clarence Brown, Cliff Bruner, California Vagabonds, Carolina Tar Heels, Carroll County Revellers, Cecil Campbell, Gene Campbell, Cliff Carlisle, Cowboy Ramblers, Crystal Springs Ramblers, Darby and Tarlton, Dixie Ramblers, Doctor Clayton, Champion Jack Dupree, Red Foley, Sam Gaillard, Woody Guthrie, Hackberry Ramblers, Kelly Harrell, Wynonie Harris, John Lee Hooker, Peg Leg Howell, Albert Hunt, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Elvira Johnson, Lonnie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Buell Kazee, Kentucky Ramblers, Kokomo Arnold, Leake County Ramblers, Charle Lincoln, Wade Mainer, Tommy McClennan, Blind Willie McTell, Memphis Jug Band, Memphis Slim, Memphis Slim’s Vagabonds, Jelly Roll Morton, Buddy Moss, Muddy Waters, Robert Nighthawk, North Carolina Ramblers, Charlie Poole, Prairie Ramblers, Rayne-Bo Ramblers, Reaves White County Ramblers, Riverside Ramblers, Roane County Ramblers, Jimmie Rodgers, Rustic Revelers, Hayes Shepherd, Eddie Shuler, Bessie Smith, Sons of the Mountaineers, Stanley Brothers, State Street Ramblers, Cecil Surratt, Tennessee Ramblers, Texas Ramblers, Texas Wanderers, Willard Thomas, Henry Townsend, Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker, Curley Weaver, Joe Werner, Joe Werner’s Ramblers, Hank Williams.

 

Rare and Authentic Cajun Music, CD A: 1928-1934. JSP Records 77115A, 2008.

Featuring: Connor and Grader, Anatole Credure, Joe Falcon, Dudley and James Fawvor, Blind Uncle Gaspard, Sydney Landry, LeJeunne and Fruge, McGhee and Courville, Segura Brothers, Adam Trehan.

 

Rare and Authentic Cajun Music, CD B: 1929-1934. JSP Records 77115B, 2008.

Featuring: Amede Ardoin, Percy Babineaux and Bixy Guidry, Guidry Brothers, Delin T. Guillory and Lewis Lafleur, Harrington, Landry and Steward, Denus McGhee.

 

Rare and Authentic Cajun Music, CD C: 1934-1937. JSP Records 77115C, 2008.

Featuring: Breaux Freres, Dixie Ramblers, Jolly Boys of Lafayette, Louisiana Rounders, Miller’s Merrymakers, Floyd Shreve, Thibodeaux Boys, Joe Werner and the Ramblers.

 

Rare and Authentic Cajun Music, CD D: 1935-1939. JSP Records 77115D, 2008.

Featuring: Alley Boys of Abbeville, Hackberry Ramblers, Jolly Boys of Lafayette, Riverside Ramblers.

 

Raw Fiddle. Rounder Records Select 82161-1160-2, 2004. 2 discs.

Featuring: Abrew’s Portuguese Instrumental Trio, Bang Boys, Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Andrew and Jim Baxter, Belasco Orchestra, Red Belcher and His Kentucky Ridgerunners, Big Bill Broonzy, Carnival’s Vagabonds, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Carter Brothers and Son, Harry Choates, Nick Doneff, Sabri Fehimi, August Fredin, Alick Gillis, G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter, Green Mountain Boys, Osey Helton, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters, Peg Leg Howell and Eddie Anthony, Derevensky Orkestr Pawla Humeniuka, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Buster Johnson, Naeem Karakand, Laiki Orchestra, J.O. LaMadeleine, Samuil Pilip I Jeho Lemkiwska Orchestra, Lindback Family, L’Orchestre Antillais, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer and Sons of the Mountaineers, Marko Zeliznyj Z Maksymowsky, Dad Massey and His Family, Alfred Maurstad, Mississippi Sheiks, Frank Quinn, Ervin Rouse, Jilson Setters, Art Shryer’s Yiddish Orchestra, Sichelski I Bachleda, Pachac A Juskanic Slovenski Orkestra, Leo Soileau’s Rhythm Boys, “Uncle Bunt” Stephens, Dee Stone and His Melody Hillbillys, Lars Johan Sundell, Jozef Brangel I Wiejska Orkiestra, Bob Wills, Alexis Zoumbas.

 

RCA Victor Hillbilly Record, Volume 1. Cactus Records, n.d.

Featuring: Eddy Arnold, Charline Arthur, Lee Bell, Skeeter Bonn, Terry Fell, Darrell Glenn, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Homer and Jethro, Tom James, Kenny Lee, Billy McGhee, Jimmy Murphy, Hank Penny, Hal “Lone” Pine, Wade Ray, Dave Rich, Tommy Sands, Hank Snow, Buddy Thompson, Jack Turner, Porter Wagoner, Lawton Williams, Johnnie Lee Wills.

 

Real Music Box: 25 Years of Rounder Records Bonus Disc. Rounder Records CD AN 25 bonus disc, 1995. Includes separate booklet.

Featuring: Russ Barenberg, Blazers, Blue Sky Boys, Brave Combo, Breakfast Special, Cowboy Jazz, Leonard Emmanuel, Highwoods String Band, Holy Modal Rounders, Snuffy Jenkins and Pappy Sherrill, Klezmer Conservatory Band, Alhaji Bai Konte, Sleepy LaBeef, Last Roundup, Los Pinkys and Isidro Samilpa, John Miller, George Pegram, Jonathan Richman, Tabu Ley Rochereau, Mike and Peggy Seeger, Sol y Canto, Joseph Spence, George Thorogood and the Destroyers.

 

Rebel Records: 35 Years of the Best in Bluegrass, Disc 1. Rebel Records CD 4000-1, 1997.

Featuring: Eddie Adcock, Red Allen, Billy Baker, Billy Baker and the Shady Valley Boys, Bluegrass 45, Buzz Busby, Benny Cain and Vallie Cain, Sid Campbell, Curley Ray Cline, Country Gentlemen, Jim Eanes, Emerson and Waldron, Clinton King, Pete Pike, Don Reno, Reno and Harrell, Ralph Stanley, Earl Taylor, Charlie Tomlinson, Cliff Waldron, Frank Wakefield, Whitley and Skaggs.

 

Rebel Records: 35 Years of the Best in Bluegrass, Disc 2. Rebel Records CD 4000-2, 1997.

Featuring: Jimmy Arnold, Country Gentlemen, Goins Brothers, II Generation, Marshall Family, Del McCoury, Roy McMillan, Tony Rice, Buck Ryan, Seldom Scene, Shenandoah Cut-Ups, Ricky Skaggs, Southbound, Ralph Stanley, John Starling, Albert Wood.

 

Rebel Records: 35 Years of the Best in Bluegrass, Disc 3. Rebel Records CD 4000-3, 1997.

Featuring: Appalachian Express, Jimmy Arnold, Delia Bell and Bill Grant, Jethro Burns and Red Rector, Easter Brothers, Bill Emerson, Dave Evans, Forbes Family, Bill Harrell, Lost and Found, Marshall Family, McPeak Brothers, Larry Rice, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley, Summer Wages, Rhonda Vincent, Virginia Squires, Johnny Warren.

 

Rebel Records: 35 Years of the Best in Bluegrass, Disc 4. Rebel Records CD 4000-4, 1997.

Featuring: Paul Adkins, Ash and W, Butch Baldassari, Terry Baucom and Lou Reid and Carlonia, Blue Highway, Ronnie Bowman, Boys from Indiana, Jim Eanes, Front Porch String Band, Gillis Brothers, Richard Greene and The Grass Is Greener, Randall Hylton, IIIrd Tyme Out, Lonesome River Band, David Parmley, Ric-O-Chet, Curly Seckler and Willis Spears, Charlie Sizemore, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley, Traditional Grass, Rhonda Vincent.

 

Religion Is a Fortune: Sacred Harp Singing. County Records CD 3532, 2004.

Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Allison’s Sacred Harp Singers, Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers, Denson-Parris Sacred Harp Singers, Denson Quartet, Dye’s Sacred Harp Singers, Fa-So-La Singers, Okeh Atlanta Sacred Harp Singers, Pioneer Sacred Harp Singers, Roswell Sacred Harp Singers, Lee Wells Sacred Harp Singers.

 

Riverside Folklore Series, Volume 2: Singing the American Roots. Riverside Records RIVCD-9910-2, 1996.

Featuring: Reverend Gary Davis, John Lee Hooker, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, George Pegram, Obray Ramsey, Jean Ritchie, Peggy Seeger, Sonny Terry, Harry and Jeanie West.

 

Riverside Folklore Series, Volume 2: Singing the American Roots. Riverside Records RIVCD-9910-2, 1996.

Featuring: See above.

 

Roots of Bluegrass. Direct Source Special Products AV 22042, 2003.

Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Dixon Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Charlie Monroe’s Boys, Monroe Brothers, Arthur Smith Trio, Gid Tanner and Riley Puckett.

 

Roots of Bluegrass: The Appalachian Way. Delta Music 26454, 2004.

Featuring: Bill Browning, Buzz Busby, Ken Clark, Bill Clifton, Connie and Joe, Country Gentlemen, Jim Eanes, Bill Emerson, Bill Harrell, Kentucky Travelers, Allen Shelton, Stanley Brothers, Stringbean.

 

Rose Grew ‘Round the Briar: Early American Rural Love Songs, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2031, 1997.

Featuring: Katherine Baker, Will Batts, Blue Ridge Mountain Singers, Dock Boggs, Warren Capplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers, Wilf Carter, Teddy Darby, Ruth Day, Clifford Gibson, Grayson and Whitter, Roy Harvey and the North Carolina Ramblers, Frank Jenkins and His Pilot Mountaineers, Lonnie Johnson, Karl and Harty, Louis Lasky, Wade Mainer, Lewis McDaniel and Walter Smith, Clayton McMichen, Memphis Jug Band, Murphy Brothers Harp Band, Red Fox Chasers, Alfred and Orville Reed, Ephraim Woodie and the Henpecked Husbands.

 

Rough Guide to Yodel. World Music Network RGNET1174CD, 2006.

Featuring: Alpendub vs. Man Cable, Baka Beyond, Francis Bebey, Carolina Cotton, Cathy Fink, Rosy and Paul Hirschi’s Jodel Duo, Ho’opi’I Brothers, Mike Johnson, Kishore Kumar, Christine Lauterburg, Laura Love, Janet McBride, Sainkho Namtchylak, Kenny Roberts, Ed Sanders, Trio Los Camperos de Valles, David Weinstein, Gillian Welch.

 

Rounder Bluegrass Guitar. Rounder Records CD 11576, 1996.

Featuring: Russ Barenberg, Norman Blake, Dan Crary, J.D. Crowe, David Grier, Robert Hall, Peter McLaughlen, Scott Nygaard, Mark O’Connor, Don Reno, Tony Rice, Wyatt Rice, Jon Sholle, Doc Watson, Clarence White.

 

Rounder Fiddle. Rounder Records CD 11565, 1990.

Featuring: Byron Berline, Norman and Nancy Blake, James Bryan, Sam Bush, Vassar Clements, Wilson Douglas, Stuart Duncan, J.P. Fraley, Art Galbraith, Matt Glaser and Kenny Kosek, Richard Greene, Bobby Hicks, Alan Jabbour, Clark Kessinger, Alison Krauss, Brad Leftwich, Mark O’Connor, Malcom Owens and Bill Hicks, Bob Potts and Walt Koken, Fred Price, Ricky Skaggs, Blaine Sprouse and Kenny Baker, Scotty Stoneman, Eddie Stubbs, John Summers, Buddy Thomas, Eugene Wright.

 

Rounder Old-Time Music. Rounder Records CD 11510, 1987.

Featuring: Bailey Brothers, E.C. and Orna Ball, Bashful Brother Oswald, Norman Blake, Blue Sky Boys, James Bryan, Bob Carlin, Chicken Chokers, Hazel Dickens, Alva Greene and Francis Gillum, Highwoods Stringband, Snuffy Jenkins and Pappy Sherrill, Louvin Brothers, Ted Lundy and the Southern Mountain Boys, Mark O’Connor, Old Home String Band, George Pegram, Ola Belle Reed, Ricky Skaggs, Don Stover, Buddy Thomas, Tompkins County Horseflies, Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys, Wade Ward, Doc Watson and Arnold Watson and Gaither Carlton, Whitstein Brothers.

 

Rounder Records New Release Sampler, July 1999. Rounder Records CD PR 1150P, 1999.

Featuring: Balfa Toujours, Charles Brown, Boozoo Chavis, Antonia Henry, Elita and Mary and Ella Hoffpauir, Holy Modal Rounders, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Joan Jett, Bob Marley and the Wailers and Friends, Marky Ramone and the Intruders.

 

Rounder Records Story. Rounder Records 11661-3295-2, 2010. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Johnny Adams, Bailey Brothers, Balfa Freres, Marcia Ball, BeauSoleil, Norman Blake, Rory Block, Blue Highway, Bluegrass Album Band, James Booker, Boone Creek, Brave Combo, Charles Brown, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Ruth Brown, Buckwheat Zydeco, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Johnny Copeland, Joseph Cormier, Country Cooking, Cowboy Junkies, Cox Family, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Culture, Dailey and Vincent, Delta Spirit, Hazel Dickens, Bo Dollis and the Wild Magnolias, Jerry Douglas, Kathleen Edwards, Bela Fleck, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Grascals, Nanci Griffith, David Grisman, Ed Haley, Sarah Harmer, Ted Hawkins, Hazel and Alice, Highwoods String Band, Tish Hinojosa, Michael Hurley, Flaco Jimenez, Beau Jocque, Johnson Mountain Boys, James King, Klezmer Conservatory Band, Alhaji Bai Konte, Alison Krauss, Sleepy LaBeef, Longview, Steve Martin, John McCutcheon, D.L. Menard and Eddie LeJeune and Ken Smith, D.L. Menard and the Louisiana Aces, Bill Morrissey, Tracy Nelson, Willie Nelson, Carrie Newcomer, NRBQ, Mark O’Connor, George Pegram, Madeleine Peyroux, Wilson Pickett, Robert Plant, Professor Longhair, Rebirth Brass Band, Ola Belle Reed, Tony Rice, Jonathan Richman, Riders in the Sky, Roomful of Blues, Rush, Earl Scruggs and Doc Watson and Ricky Skaggs, Don Stover, Jimmy Sturr, They Might Be Giants, Buddy Thomas, Irma Thomas, Linda Thompson, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Tony Trischka, Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys, Rhonda Vincent, Son Volt, Keith Whitley, Woodstock Mountain Revue.

 

Rounder Spring 2008 Sampler. Rounder Records 11671-8188-2, 2008.

Featuring: Blue Highway, Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, Cowboy Junkies, Dailey and Vincent, Kathleen Edwards, Cathy Fink, Freight Hoppers, Ginny Hawker, Sierra Hull, Claire Lynch, Carrie Newcomber, Newfound Road, Dan Paisley and the Southern Grass, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Dirk Powell, Amanda Shaw, Charlie Sizemore Band, Steeldrivers, Vienna Teng, Linda Thompson, Tony Trischka, Uncle Earl.

 

Ruckus Juice and Chittlins:The Great Jug Bands, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2032, 1998.

Featuring: Birmingham Jug Band, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Cincinnati Jug Band, Kaiser Clifton, Jed Davenport and His Beale Street Jug Band, Dixieland Jug Blowers, Ben Ferguson, John Harris, King David’s Jug Band, Jack Kelly and His South Memphis Jug Band, Noah Lewis’s Jug Band, Earl McDonald’s Original Louisville Jug Band, Memphis Jug Band, Walter Family, Whistler’s Jug Band.

 

Ruckus Juice and Chittlins:The Great Jug Bands, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2033, 1998.

Featuring: Birmingham Jug Band, Ezra Buzzington’s Rustic Revelers, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Cincinnati Jug Band, Jed Davenport and His Beale Street Jug Band, Dixieland Jug Blowers, Five Harmaniacs, Jack Kelly and His South Memphis Jug Band, Kentucky Jug Band, King David’s Jug Band, Earl McDonald’s Original Louisville Jug Band, Memphis Jug Band, Mississippi Sarah and Daddy Stovepipe, Noah Lewis’s Jug Band, Phillips Louisville Jug Band, Prairie Ramblers, Minnie Wallace, Whistler’s Jug Band.

 

Ruckus Juice and Chittlins:The Great Jug Bands, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2033, 1998.

Featuring: See above.

 

Rural Rhythm Banjo Collection: 25 Bluegrass Banjo Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-300, 2005.

Featuring: Laura Adkins, Bobby Atkins, Don Beck, Byron Berline, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Billy Bryant, Mike Carson, Vassar Clements, Doug Dillard, Billy Edwards, Raymond Fairchild and the Maggie Valley Boys, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, John Hartford, Bernie Leadon, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, John McEuen, Thomas McKinney, Frank Poindexter, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Phil Salazar, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Bobby Smith and the Boys from Shilo, Tater Tate.

 

Rural Rhythm Fiddle Collection: 24 Bluegrass Fiddle Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-299, 2004.

Featuring: Vassar Clements, Curly Fox, Mutt Poston and the Farm Hands and Clarence “Hound Dog” Jackson, Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups and Buck Ryan, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups and Tater Tate, Bobby Smith and the Boys from Shiloh, DeWayne Wear and the Wear Family.

 

Rural Rhythm Guitar Collection: 25 Bluegrass Guitar Favorites. Rural Rhythm RHY-304, 2005.

Featuring: Bob Ensign and the Stump Jumpers, Clarence “Hound Dog” Jackson, Mac Martin and His Dixie Travelers, Lee Moore, Steve Pottier and Sandy Rothman, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Ritchey Brothers, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, James Wall, Clarence White.

 

Rural String Bands of Tennessee. County Records CD 3511, 1997.

Featuring: Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker, Charlie Bowman and His Brothers, Warren Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers, Homer Davenport and the Young Brothers, Grant Brothers, Grayson and Whitter, Lindsey and Conder, McCartt Brothers and Patterson, Perry County Music Makers, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians, Roan County Ramblers, Tennessee Ramblers, Vance’s Tennessee Breakdowners, Weems String Band.

 

Rural String Bands of Virginia. County Records CD 3502, 1993.

Featuring: Dad Blackard’s Moonshiners, Blue Ridge Highballers, Bull Mountain Moonshiners, Dr. Lloyd and Howard Maxey, Uncle Eck Dunford and Hattie Stoneman, Floyd County Ramblers, Grant Brothers, Kelly Harrell, Bela Lam and the Greene Country Singers, J.P. Nestor, New Roanoke Jug Band, Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Salem Highballers, Spangler and Pearson, Crockett Ward.

 

Saturday Night Shuffle: A Celebration of Merle Travis, the Man and His Music. Shanachie 6006, 1993.

Featuring: Chet Atkins, Thom Bresh, Lane Brody, Sam Bush, Mike Cass, Vassar Clements, Marcel Dadi, Stephen Davidowski, Jerry Douglas, Buddy Emmons, Louis Harless, John Hartford, Bob Hoban, Grandpa Jones, Kenny Malone, Mark O’Connor, Marty Stuart.

 

Seedtime on the Cumberland, Volume 3: Music from 1987-1994. June Appal Recordings JA0074CD, 1998.

Featuring: Sheila Kay Adams, Ethel Austin, Etta Baker, Walker Calhoun, Snake Chapman, Clyde Davenport, Earl Gilmore, Hallelujah Singers, Home Folks, Macedonia Choir, Fred O’Quinn, Elaine Purkey, Nat Reese, Jean and Edna Ritchie, Lee Sexton and Marion Sumner, Lee Sexton Band, Morgan Sexton, Singing Revelations, Whit Sizemore and the Shady Mountain Ramblers, Joe Thompson, Whitetop Mountain Band, Melvin Wine.

 

Serenade in the Mountains: Early Old Time Music on Record, CD A. JSP Records 7780 A, 2006.

Featuring: Blue Ridge Mountain Singers, Uncle Eck Dunford, Floyd County Ramblers, Fox Chasers, Narmour and Smith, Nations Brothers, Pipers Gap Ramblers, Scottsdale String Band, Spooney Five, Ernest Stoneman and the Blue Ridge Cornshuckers.

 

Serenade in the Mountains: Early Old Time Music on Record, CD B. JSP Records 7780 B, 2006.

Featuring: Blue Ridge Mountain Entertainers, Carolina Tar Heels, Hendley, Small and Whitter, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Smith and Allgood, Marion Underwood, Dock Walsh.

 

Serenade in the Mountains: Early Old Time Music on Record, CD C. JSP Records 7780 C, 2006.

Featuring: Georgia Organ Grinders, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Ted Hawkins, Hometown Boys, Dan Hornsby, Clayton McMichen, Monroe County Bottle Tippers, Riley Puckett, South Georgia Highballers, Gid Tanner.

 

Serenade in the Mountains: Early Old Time Music on Record, CD D. JSP Records 7780 D, 2006.

Featuring: Bud Billings, Bud Billings Trio, JoeBillings,  Vernon Dalhart, Dalhart, Robison and Hood, Otto Gray and His Oklahoma Cowboys, Frank Luther Trio, New Arkansas Travellers, Carson Robison, Carson Robison and His Pioneers, Texas Rangers.

 

Skiffle: The Essential Recordings. Primo Collection PRMCD 6124, 2011. 2 discs.

Featuring: Avon Cities Skiffle and Ray Rush, Chris Barber Skiffle Group, Dickie Bishop, Beryl Bryden’s Backroom Skiffle, City Ramblers Skiffle Group, Clyde Valley Stompers, Ken Colyer Skiffle Group, Lonnie Donegan, Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group, Johnny Duncan and the Bluegrass Boys, Alexis Korner’s Breakdown Group, Alexis Korner’s Skiffle Group, Alan Lomax and the Ramblers, Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group and Nancy Whiskey, Johnny Parker’s Barrellhouse Four, Johnny Parker’s Washboard Band, Peggy Seeger Group, Betty Smith’s Skiffle Group, Vipers Skiffle Group, Bob Wallis’ Washboard Beaters.

 

 

 

Box 14: CD box 14: Smoky-Traditional Music of Beech Mountain Volume 1

Smoky Mountain Gospel: 24 Bluegrass Gospel Favorites. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-287, 2003.

Featuring: Hylo Brown, G.M. Farley and the Great Wear Family, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Lee Moore, Ritchey Brothers, Edith Roberts, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Bobby Smith and the Boys of Shilo, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Red White and His Dixie Blue Grass Band, Mac Wiseman, Rusty York.

 

Smoky Mountain Pickin’: 24 Great Bluegrass Instrumentals. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-286, 2003.

Featuring: Boys from Shilo and Vassar Clements, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Bob Ensign and the Stump Jumpers, Raymond Fairchild, Raymond Fairchild and the Frosty Mountain Boys, Curly Fox, Clarence “Hound Dog” Jackson, Log Cabin Boys, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Mutt Poston, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Don Reno and Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups and Buck Ryan, Tater Tate and Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, James Wall, DeWayne Ware and the Wear Family, Red White and the Dixie Blue Grass Band.

 

Something Got a Hold of Me: A Treasury of Sacred Music. RCA 2100-2-R, 1990.

Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Bill Carlisle, Carter Family, Grady and Hazel Cole, Dixon Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Monroe Brothers, Blind Alfred Reed.

 

Son of Rounder Banjo. Rounder Records CD 11558, 1992.

Featuring: William J. Ball, Country Cooking, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Bela Fleck, David Grisman, John Hartford and Vassar Clements and Dave Holland, John Hickman, Snuffy Jenkins and Pappy Sherrill, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Johnson Mountain Boys, Al Jones and Frank Necessary and the Spruce Mountain Boys, Bill Keith, Kentucky Colonels, Alison Krauss, Livewire, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Tommy Neal, Rice Brothers, Butch Robins, Ricky Skaggs, Tony Trischka, Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys, White Brothers.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 45 #4: Winter 2002. Sing Out! Recordings SO-454, 2001.

Featuring: Kitty Donohoe, Lila Downs and Paul Cohen, Honeyboy Edwards, Lucy Kaplansky and Richard Litvin, Grey Larsen and Paddy League, Joel Mabus, John McCutcheon and Michael Mark and Tom Chapin, Tim O’Brien and Pierce Pettis, Tom Paxton, Les Sampou, Tommy Sands, Ricky Skaggs, Stuart Stotts and Tom Pease, Eric Taylor, Henry Townsend, Loudon Wainwright III, Saul Weber, Jennifer Wrigley.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 46 #1: Spring 2002. Sing Out! Recordings SO-461, 2002.

Featuring: Chava Albertstein, Blind Boys of Alabama and John Celew and Chris Goldsmith, Maria Dunn and Shannon Johnson and Gary Koliger, Steve Forbert, David Francey, Dick Goughan, Angel Gonzalez, Sam Hinton, Holy Modal Rounders, Michael Hurley, Bill Jones, Penny Lang, Los Tigres del Norte, Cheb Mami, Bruce Molsky, Garnet Rogers, Mark Simos and Lisa Aschmann, June Tabor, Wayfaring Strangers.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 46 #2: Summer 2002. Sing Out! Recordings SO-462, 2002.

Featuring: Sheila Kay Adams, Susana Baca, David Beyglman, Chuck Brodsky, Bruce Cockburn, John Flynn, Caroline Herring, Ashley Hutchings, James Leva, Eileen McGann, Ira McKee and Bill Neely, Margaret Nelson and Phil Cooper and Kate Early, Charley Patton, Darryl Purpose and Ellis Paul, Chuck Pyle, Mick Ryan and Graham Moore, April Verch, Doug Wallin.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 46 #3: Fall 2002. Sing Out! Recordings SO-463, 2002.

Featuring: Peter Alsop, Rich Bala, Be Good Tanyas, Chumbawamba, Guy Davis, Mary Gauthier, Lo’Jo, Margaret MacArthur, David Massengill, Samantha Parton, Niamh Parsons, Ruby Rakes, Kate Rusby, Pete Seeger, Tracy Spring, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Stanley Brothers, Teddy and Linda Thompson, Jackie Washington, Bob Zentz.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 46 #4: Winter 2003. Sing Out! Recordings SO-464, 2002.

Featuring: Eunice Yeatts Alexander, Lou and Peter Berryman, Greg Brown, Bob Brozman, Martin Carthy, Csokolom, Finest Kind, Clive Gregson, Kim and Reggie Harris, Tommy Jarrell, Rene Lacaille, Jez Lowe, Joel Mabus, New York City Labor Chorus, Tom Pacheco, Jean Ritchie, Stephan Smith and Pete Seeger and Dean Ween and Mary Harris, Wishing Chair.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 47 #1: Spring 2003. Sing Out! Recordings SO-471, 2003.

Featuring: Moh Aliliche, Eric Bogle, Liz Carroll, Eliza Carthy, Cephas and Wiggins, Aoife Clancy, Michael Cooney, Slim Critchlow, Flatlanders, Vance Gilbert, Sara Grey, Bill Harley, Si Kahn, Mammals, Seize the Day, Short Sisters, Sisters Morales, Tama, Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 47 #2: Summer 2003. Sing Out! Recordings SO-472, 2003.

Featuring: Joyce Andersen, Steve Earle, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Harv, Sharon Katz and the Peace Train, Enoch Kent, Rod MacDonald, Pete Morton, Natino, Tim O’Brien, Tom Paxton, Stan Rogers, Jane Sapp and the Dream Project Singers, Peter Siegel, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Sara Thomsen, Marha Trachtenberg, Rhonda Vincent.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 47 #3: Fall 2003. Sing Out! Recordings SO-473, 2003.

Featuring: Artisan, Gordon Bok, Guy Davis, Fourtold, Gjallarhorn, Tim Harrison, Dakota Dave Hull, Klezmatics, Ewan MacColl, Natalie Merchant, Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band, Savoy Family Band, Chris Smither, J.D. Steele Singers, Artie Traum, Greg Trooper, Wayfaring Strangers, Wenzel, Nancy White, Sonny Boy Williamson.

 

Songs from Sing Out!, Volume 47 #4: Winter 2004. Sing Out! Recordings SO-474, 2003.

Featuring: Bernie Asbell and Pete Seeger, Jonathan Byrd, Tony Cuffe, Kris Delmhorst, Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer, Front Page Follies, Eve Goldberg, Jack Hardy, John Herrmann, Bill Jones, Le Vent du Nord, Los Cenzontles, Mad Agnes, Debby McClatchy, Tim O’Brien, Jim Page, Dirk Powell, Phonix, Zoe Speaks, William Stepp, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Dan Zanes.

 

Songs from the Heart: The History of American Folk Music. Demon Music Group MCCD 480, 2001.

Featuring: Dock Boggs, Elizabeth Cotten, Woody Guthrie, Roscoe Holcomb, Cisco Houston, Leadbelly, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Phil Ochs, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Mike Seeger, Dave Van Ronk, Josh White, Lucinda Williams.

 

Songs of the Louvin Brothers. Rounder Records ED CD 7034, 1997.

Featuring: Hazel Dickens and the Johnson Mountain Boys, Dreadful Snakes, Here Today, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum, Longview, Del McCoury and the Dixie Pals, Hugh Moffatt and Katy Moffatt, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Ricky Skaggs and Peter Rowan, Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys, Whitstein Brothers.

 

Songs of the Stanley Brothers. Rounder Records ED CD 7022, 1997.

Featuring: Phyllis Boyens and Hazel Dickens and the Dreadful Snakes, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Tony Furtado and Tim O’Brien, David Grisman and the Nashville Bluegrass Band, Hot Rize, Jim and Jesse, Johnson Mountain Boys, Alan Munde, Ricky Skaggs, Joe Val and the New England Bluegrass Boys, Vern Williams.

 

Soppin’ Up the Gravy, Volume 1: A Taste of King. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 093, 2004.

Featuring: Bill Carlisle, Cliff Carlisle, Carlisle Brothers, Carolina Cotton and the Hank Penny Orchestra, Country Cats, Curly Fox, Charlie Gore, Johnny Grimes, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Herb and Kay, Fiddlin’ Red Herron, Fairley Holden, Paul Howard, Billy Hughes, Ann Jones, Howdy Kemp, Charlie Lindville and the Fiddlin’ Lindvilles, J.E. Mainer, Bob Newman, Minnie Pearl, Hank Penny, Red Perkins, Wayne Raney, Redd Stewart and Kentucky Colonels, Joe Wheeler, Jimmie Widener, Boots Woodall’s Radio Wranglers and Bob Stoddard.

 

Soppin’ Up the Gravy, Volume 2: 4 Star Roundup. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 110, 2005.

Featuring: Armstrong Twins, Bill Carter, Roy Clark, Tiny Colbert, Gene Crabb, Gail Daniels, Doc Denning, Big Jim DeNoone, Wally Fowler, Pete Graves, Kenny Hardy and Jimmy Wiseman, Long Tom Kizziah, Maddox Brothers and Rose, McQuaig Twins, Miller Brothers, William Moore, Cactus Pryor, Smokey Reason, Tommy Scott, Stewart Family, Texas Bill Strength, T. Texas Tyler, Wilburn Family, Slim Willet, Woody Woodward.

 

Sound Traditions: Bluegrass for Everyone! 25 Assorted Classics. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-108, 2006.

Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Raymond Fairchild and the Maggie Valley Boys, Frosty Mountain Boys and Raymond Fairchild, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Log Cabin Boys, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Tater Tate, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Red White and the Dixie Blue Grass Band, Mac Wiseman.

 

Sound Traditions: The Best of Bluegrass, Volume 1: 25 Traditional Classics. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-306, 2006.

Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Vassar Clements and Bobby Smith and the Boys from Shilo, Jim Eanes, Curly Fox, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Buck Ryan, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Tater Tate, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys.

 

Sound Traditions: The Best of Bluegrass Instrumentals, Volume 1: Burnin’ Up the Strings. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-309, 2006.

Featuring: Bobby Atkins, Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Vassar Clements, Jim Eanes, Bob Ensign and the Stump Jumpers, Curly Fox, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Bill Harrell, Clarence “Hound Dog” Jackson, Clay Jones, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Jim McCall, Frank Poindexter, Dale Potter, Reno and Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Ritchey Brothers, Red Smiley, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Bobby Smith, Tater Tate, Earl Taylor.

 

Sound Traditions: The Best of Mountain Bluegrass, Volume 1: 25 Traditional Classics. Rural Rhythm Records RHY-308, 2006.

Featuring: Hylo Brown, Hylo Brown and the Timberliners, Curly Fox, Frosty Mountain Boys and Raymond Fairchild, Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, J.E. Mainer and the Mountaineers, Mac Martin and the Dixie Travelers, Lee Moore and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Don Reno and Bill Harrell and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Ritchey Brothers, Red Smiley and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Bobby Smith and Vassar Clements and the Boys from Shiloh, Tater Tate, Earl Taylor and Jim McCall and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Red White and His Dixie Blue Grass Band.

 

Sounds of the South, Volume 1: Blue Ridge Mountain Music. Atlantic Recording 7 82496-2, 1993. Has a separate larger booklet.

Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Estil C. Ball, Orna Ball, Bob Carpenter, John Davis and Group, Reverend W.A. Donaldson, Vera Hall, Sid Hemphill and Lucas Smith, Viola James and Congregation, Ed Lewis, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Neil Morris and Charley Everidge, Mountain Ramblers, Hobart Smith, Wade Ward, Lonnie Young and Ed Young and Lonnie Young Jr.

 

Sounds of the South, Volume 2: Roots of the Blues/The Blues Roll On. Atlantic Recording 7 82496-2, 1993.

Featuring: Boy Blue, Annie Davis, John Dudley, Forrest City Joe, Willie Jones, Vera Hall, Rosalie Hill, Joe Lee, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Thomas Martin, Johnny Lee Moore, Thomas Morgan, Bob Pratcher, Miles Pratcher, Sonny Rogers, Lonnie Young and Ed Young and Lonnie Young Jr.

 

Sounds of the South, Volume 3: Negro Church Music/White Spirituals. Atlantic Recording 7 82496-2, 1993.

Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Reverend I.D. Back and The Congregation, Estil C. Ball, Orna Ball, Reverend R.C. Crenshaw and Congregation, John Davis, Vera Hall, Viola James, Bessie Jones, Mrs. Mary Lee and The Congregation, Bernice McClellan and The Congregation, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Henry Morrison, Mountain Ramblers, Blair Reedy, Lacey Richardson, James Shorty, St. Simon’s Island Singers, Reverend G.I. Townsel, Madam Mattie Wigley and The Congregation, Ed Young, Lonnie Young.

 

Sounds of the South, Volume 4: American Folk Songs for Children. Atlantic Recording 7 82496-2, 1993.

Featuring: Estil C. Ball and Orna Ball, Felix Dukes, Forrest City Joe, Mary Gardner, Mattie Garder, Texas Gladden, Bessie Jones and Group, Mainer Band, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Spencer Moore and Ray Birns, Neil Morris, Mountain Ramblers, Jessie Pratcher, Almeda Riddle, James Shorty and Viola James and The Congregation, Hobart Smith, Wade Ward and Charlie Higgins and Charley Poe, Lonnie Young and Ed Young and Lonnie Young Jr.

 

Southeastern Swing Bands. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 261, 2009.

Featuring: Herald Goodman and His Tennessee Valley Boys, Hi Neighbor Boys, Swing Billies and Charlie Poole Jr.

 

Southeastern Swing Bands. British Archive of Country Music BACM CD D 261, 2009.

Featuring: See above.

 

Southern Filibuster: A Tribute to Tut Taylor. E1 Music E1E CD 2082, 2010.

Featuring: Mike Auldridge, Curtis Burch, Billy Cardine, Cindy Cashdollar, Jerry Douglas, Andy Hall, Rob Ickes, Orville Johnson, Randy Kohrs, Phil Leadbetter, Megan Lovell, Ivan Rosenberg, Ferrel Stowe, Michael Witcher.

 

Southern Filibuster: A Tribute to Tut Taylor. E1 Music E1E CD 2082, 2010.

Featuring: See above.

 

Southern Journey, Volume 2: Ballads and Breakdowns. Rounder Records CD 1702, 1997.

Featuring: Estil C. Ball, Bob Carpenter, Norman Edmonds, Texas Gladden, Charlie Higgins, Spencer Moore, Hobart Smith, Glen Stoneman, Ruby Vass, Wade Ward.

 

Southern Journey, Volume 5: Bad Man Ballads. Rounder Records CD 1705, 1997.

Featuring: Estil C. Ball, Floyd Batts, Bright Light Quartet, James Carter, Oscar Gilbert, Ed Lewis, J.E. Mainer Band, Johnny Lee Moore, Spencer Moore and Everett Blevins, Neil Morris, Henry Morrison, Almeda Riddle, Hobart Smith.

 

Southern Journey, Volume 6: Sheep, Sheep, Don’tcha Know the Road: Southern Music, Sacred and Sinful. Rounder Records CD 1706, 1997.

Featuring: Estil C. Ball, Bright Light Quartet, Ike Caudill and the Congregation of Mt. Olivet Old Regular Baptist Church, Denise Gardner, Mattie Gardner, Vera Ward Hall, Bessie Jones and the Sea Island Singers, Willie Jones, Fred McDowell, Neil Morris, Bob Pratcher, Miles Pratcher, Lacey Richardson, Almeda Riddle, James Shorty, Hobart Smith.

 

Southern Journey, Volume 7: Ozark Frontier. Rounder Records CD 1707, 1997.

Featuring: Charlie Everidge, Ollie Gilbert, Neil Morris, Absie Morrison, Almeda Riddle, Bookmiller Shannon.

 

Southern Medley: Live Performances from the 10th Annual Charlie Poole Music Festival. Piedmont Folk Legacies, 2005.

Featuring: Beaucoup Blue, Norman and Nancy Blake, Brooklyn Corn Dodgers, Carolina Roustabouts, Hungry Hash House Ramblers, Brad Leftwich, Debby McClatchy, New North Carolina Ramblers, Wayne Seymour and Fred Reynolds, Joe Thompson Band, Tom, Brad and Alice, Tony Trischka, Jeanette Williams Band.

 

Steel Rails: Classic Railroad Songs, Volume 1. Rounder Records CD 1128, 1997.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Guy Clark, David Grisman, Johnson Mountain Boys, Kieran Kane, Alison Krauss, Kate MacKenzie, Del McCoury, Hugh Moffatt, Alan O’Bryant, Utah Phillips, Jimmie Rodgers, Peter Rowan, Tom Russell, Sons of the Pioneers, Doc Watson.

 

Steelin’ It: The Steel Guitar Story. Proper Records PROPERBOX 142 (P1665-1668), 2008. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Shelly Lee Alley, Les Anderson, H.M. Barnes Blue Ridge Ramblers, Noel Boggs, Johnny Bond, Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Billy Briggs and the XIT Boys, Milton Brown and Brownies, Cliff Bruner and His Boys, Cecil Campbell and the Tennessee Rambers, Spade Cooley, Ted Daffan, Al Dexter, Little Jimmy Dickens, Bob Dunn, Bob Dunn’s Vagabonds, Melvin Endsley, Charlie Feathers, Terry Fell, Four Hawaiian Guitars, Bill Haley and His Comets, Hawaiian Beachcombers, Jimmy Heap and the Melody, Hi-Flyers, Sol Hoopii and His Novelty Quartette, Leodie Jackson, Shot Jackson, Jim and Bob the Genial Hawaiians, Kalama’s Quartet, Kanui and Lula, King Nawahi’s Hawaiians, Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Nite Riders, Lonesome Star Boys, Segis Luvaun, Rose Maddox, Joe Maphis, Buster Martin, Leon McAuliffe, Charles Mitchell, Modern Mountaineers, Tau Moe and the Original Hawaiians, George Morgan, Bill Mounce, Tiny Murphy and His Bar 69 Boys, Roy Newman, Palakiko and Paaluhi, Hank Penny, Marvin Rainwater, Slim Rhodes, Andy Sannella, Tommy Sargent, Roy Smeck Hawaiian Orchestra, Roy Smeck’s Serenaders, Sons of Dixie, Sons of the West, Floyd Tillman, Ernest Tubb, Waikiki Hawaiian Trio, Billy Walker, Sam Ku West, Speedy West, Onie Wheeler, Hank Williams and the Drifting Cowboys, Bob Wills, Faron Young.

 

Stelling Banjo Anthology. Rebel Records REB CD 1815, 2005.

Featuring: Keith Arneson, Alvin Breeden, Bill Emerson, Casey Henry, Murphy Henry, Ned Luberecki, Alan Munde, Geoff Stelling, Chris Warner.

 

Stinson Collectors Series: American Folksay: Ballads and Dances, Volumes 1-4. Collectables Records COL-5600, 1995.

Featuring: Bob Carey, Erik Darling, Woody Guthrie, Baldwin Hawes, Bess Hawes, Cisco Houston, Leadbelly, Ernie Lieberman, Pete Seeger, Alec Seward, Roger Sprung, Sonny Terry, Josh White.

 

Stinson Collectors Series: American Folksay: Ballads and Dances, Volumes 5-6 and Chain Gang, Volumes 1-2. Collectables Records COL-5601, 1995.

Featuring: Gary Davis, Tom Glazer, Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston, Leadbelly, Ernie Lieberman, Pete Seeger, Alec Seward, Sonny Terry, Frank Warner, Holly Wood.

 

Stompin’ Singers and Western Swingers, Disc 1: Hot Mama Stomp. Proper Records P1429, 2004. Includes separate booklet.

Featuring: Shelly Lee Alley, Bar-X Cowboys, Bill Boyd, Leon Chappelear, Adolph Hofner, Light Crust Doughboys, Modern Mountaineers, Roy Newman, Prairie Ramblers, Jimmie Revard, Sons of the West, Ocie Stockard, Sweet Violet Boys, Tune Wranglers, Universal Cowboys, Wanderers, Bob Wills, Smoky Wood and His Wood Chips.

 

Stompin’ Singers and Western Swingers, Disc 2: Tulsa Twist. Proper Records P1430, 2004.

Featuring: Bill Boyd, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Al Dexter, Hi-Flyers, Buddy Jones, Light Crust Doughboys, Dickie McBride and the Village Boys, Charles Mitchell, Nettles Brothers String Band, Port Arthur Jubileers, Dick Reinhart, Sunshine Boys, Texas Wanderers, Bob Wills, Johnnie Lee Wills.

 

Stompin’ Singers and Western Swingers, Disc 3: It Ain’t Far to the Bar. Proper Records P1431, 2004.

Featuring: Billy Briggs, Al Clauser, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Al Dexter, Bud Hobbs and His Trail Herders, Jerry Irby and His Texas Ranchers, Hoyle Nix, Smokey Rogers, Leon Rusk, Tex and the Saddletramps, Johnny Tyler, Jimmy Widener, Curley Williams, Tex Williams, Bob Wills, Luke Wills’ Rhythm Busters, Boots Woodall.

 

Stompin’ Singers and Western Swingers, Disc 4: Saturday Night Rag. Proper Records P1432, 2004.

Featuring: Jim Boyd, Billy Briggs, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Al Dexter, Tommy Duncan, Jesse James and All the Boys, Benny Leaders, Leon McAuliffe, Walt McCoy and His Western Wanderers, “Rusty” McDonald, Jaye P. Morgan, Hank Penny, Wade Ray, Smokey Rogers, Jimmy Thomason, Curley Williams, Tex Williams, Billy Jack Wills, Bob Wills.

 

Story That the Crow Told Me: Early American Rural Children’s Songs. Yazoo Records 2051, 2000.

Featuring: Gene Austin, Homer Brierhopper, Bill Carlisle, Carolina Buddies, Bo Carter, Lew Childre, Cousin Emmy, Dixie Crackers, Uncle Eck Dunford, Dykes Magic City Trio, Four Wanderers, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Fisher Hendley and His Aristocratic Pigs, Bradley Kincaid, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Chubby Parker, Pickard Family, Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians, Three Georgia Crackers, Utica Institute Jubilee Singers, Virginia Mountain Boomers.

 

Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2202-2 CD 1, 2006. Has a separate larger booklet.

Featuring: Amedie Ardoin and Dennis McGee, Andrew and Jim Baxter, Dock Boggs, John Byrd, Jaybird Coleman, Freeny’s Barn Dance Band, Georgia Pot Lickers, Jack Gowdlock, Grayson County Railsplitters, J.D. Harris, Roy Harvey and Jess Johnson and the Virginia Ramblers, Son House, Tommy Johnson, Kentucky Ramblers, Ollis Martin, Memphis Jug Band, Memphis Minnie and Joe McCoy, Earnest Phipps and His Holiness Singers, Long “Cleeve” Reed and Little Harvey Hull, Three Stripped Gears, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles, Henry Whitter, Reverend B.L. Wightman and Lottie Kimbrough.

 

Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2202-2 CD 2, 2006.

Featuring: Ashley and Foster, Jaybird Coleman, Crowder Brothers, Georgia Pot Lickers, Blind Roosevelt Graves and Uaroy Graves, Grayson and Whitter, William Harris, Osey Helton, King Solomon Hill, Son House, Juke Jordon, Lottie Kimbrough, Asa Martin and Roy Hobbs, Ken Maynard, Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1, Chubby Parker, Yank Rachel and Sleepy John Estes and Jab Jones, Bill Shepherd and Hayes Shepherd and Ed Webb, Smith and Irvine, Sweet Brothers, Jessie “Babyface” Thomas, Wade Ward, Geeshie Wiley.

 

Sugar Hill Records: A Retrospective, Disc One: 1978-1986. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 3999, 2006. Includes separate booklet.

Featuring: Mike Auldridge, Byron Berline and Dan Crary and John Hickman, Boone Creek, Country Gentlemen, Jonathan Edwards and the Seldom Scene, Chris Hillman, Hillmen, Hot Rize, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Jimmy Murphy, New Grass Revival, Osborne Brothers, Tony Rice, Peter Rowan, Ricky Skaggs, John Starling, Marty Stewart, Doc Watson, Buck White.

 

Sugar Hill Records: A Retrospective, Disc Two: 1982-1996. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 3999, 2006.

Featuring: Almost Original New South, Blue Rose, Mike Cross, Carl Jackson, Robert Earl Keen, Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers, Kukuruza, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Lonesome Standard Time, Nashville Bluegrass Band, Mollie O’Brien, Tim O’Brien, Old and in the Way, Red Clay Ramblers, Peter Rowan, Seldom Scene and Emmylou Harris, Uncle Walt’s Band, Townes Van Zandt, Doc Watson.

 

Sugar Hill Records: A Retrospective, Disc Three: 1993-1998. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 3999, 2006.

Featuring: Terry Allen, Byron Berline and Bill Monroe and Earl Scruggs, Brother Boys, Sam Bush, Guy Clark, John Cowan, Jerry Douglas and Russ Barenberg and Edgar Meyer, Front Range, Robert Earl Keen, Laurel Canyon Ramblers, Lonesome River Band, Del McCoury, James McMurty, Psychograss, Darrell Scott, Seldom Scene, Chris Thile, Tommy Thompson and the Red Clay Ramblers, Robin and Linda Williams.

 

Sugar Hill Records: A Retrospective, Disc Four: 1998-2003. Sugar Hill Records SUG CD 3999, 2006.

Featuring: Bad Livers, Ronnie Bowman, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Rodney Crowell, Donna the Buffalo, Jerry Douglas, Gibson Brothers, Gourds, Aubrey Haynie, Sonny Landreth, Scott Miller, Jim Mills, Tara Nevins, Nickel Creek, Mollie O’Brien, Dolly Parton, Don Rigsby, Bryan Sutton, Sean Watkins, Jesse Winchester.

 

Sugar Hill Records: A Retrospective, DVD. Sugar Hill Records SUG DVD 3999, 2006.

 

Swinging Hollywood Hillbilly Cowboys, Disc 1: The West Coast Indies. Proper Records P1397, 2004. Includes separate booklet.

Featuring: Les Anderson, Jimmy Bryant, Zeke Clements, Jimmie Dolan, Truman Duff, Tommy Duncan, Porky Freeman, Betsy Gay, Billy Hughes Buckaroos, Leodie Jackson, Brad King, Merl Lindsay, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Tem Martin, Red Murrell, Arkie Shibley, Casey Simmons, Deuce Spriggins, George Stogner, Cliffie Stone, Tin Ear Tanner, Dusty Taylor, T. Texas Tyler, Jimmy Walker, Luke Wills.

 

Swinging Hollywood Hillbilly Cowboys, Disc 2: Capitol Towers. Proper Records P1398, 2004.

Featuring: Jimmy Bryant, Jenks “Tex” Carman, Leon Chappel, Ramblin’ Jimmie Dolan, Jack Guthrie, Roy Hogsed, Ann Jones, Eddie Kirk, Ken Marvin, Skeets McDonald, Merrill E. Moore, Ella Mae Morse and T.E. Ford, Red Murrell, Gene O’Quinn, Ole Ramussen, Cliffie Stone, Wes Tuttle, Jess Willard, Tex Williams, Speedy West.

 

Swinging Hollywood Hillbilly Cowboys, Disc 3: Cowboy and Western. Proper Records P1399, 2004.

Featuring: Gene Autry, Johnny Bond, Spade Cooley, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Johnny Hicks, Oakie Jones, Leon McAuliffe, Jaye P. Morgan, Hank Penny, Dick Reinhart, Tex Ritter, Roy Rogers, Smokey Rogers, Sons of the Pioneers, Rudy Sooter, Wes Tuttle, Johnny Tyler, Jimmie Widener, Curley Williams, Tex Williams, Foy Willing, Bob Wills, Johnnie Lee Wills, Luke Wills Rhythm Busters, Sheb Wooley.

 

Swinging Hollywood Hillbilly Cowboys, Disc 4: The Hits. Proper Records P1400, 2004.

Featuring: Gene Autry, Johnny Bond, Al Dexter, Ramblin’ Jimmie Dolan, Jack Guthrie, Budd Hobbs, Roy Hogsed, Eddie Kirk, Skeets McDonald, Roy Rogers, Sons of the Pioneers, Cliffie Stone, Hank Thompson, Merle Travis, Jimmy Wakely, Tex Williams.

 

Takoma Eclectic Sampler, Volume 1. Takoma Records TAKCD-8904-2, 1997.

Featuring: Ronnie Barron, Michael Bloomfield, Charles Bukowski, Canned Heat and Harvey Mandel, Ron Cuccia and the Jazz Poetry Group, Spencer Davis, Dr. Ross, John Fahey, Cal Hand, Rose Maddox, Maria Muldaur, Santa Monica Pier Merry-Go-Round, Sir Douglas Quintet, Swamp Dogg, Ron Thompson and the Resistors, Bukka White, Colin Winski.

 

Takoma Eclectic Sampler, Volume 2. Takoma Records TAKCD-8906-2, 1998.

Featuring: Mike Auldridge, Robbie Basho, Norman Blake, Michael Bloomfield, T-Bone Burnett, Joseph Byrd, Chris Darrow, Spencer Davis and Dusty Springfield, Fabulous Thunderbirds, John Fahey, Fred Gerlach, Michael Guezian, Possum Hunters, Doug Sahm, Janet Smith, Tony Thomas, Ron Thompson and the Resistors, Bukka White.

 

Team Flathead: The Huber Banjos Sessions. Huber Banjos HUB-2003, 2003.

Featuring: Steve Huber, John Lawless, Jim Mills, Sammy Shelor, Ron Stewart.

 

Texas Fiddle Bands, Volume 1: 1925-1930. Document Records DOCD-8038, 1998.

Featuring: Capt. M.J. Bonner, Red Headed Fiddlers, Smith’s Garage Fiddle Band, Solomon and Hughes.

 

That’s Why We’re Marching: World War II and the American Folk Song Movement. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40021, 1996.

Featuring: Almanac Singers, Champion Jack Dupree, Tom Glazer, Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston, Burl Ives, Lead Belly, Vincent “Jimmy” Long, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry, Union Boys, Josh White.

 

This Is Country Superstars, Volume 1. Goldenlane Records CLP 1690, 2007.

Featuring: Boxcar Willie, Bonnie Bramlett, Brewer and Shipley, Patsy Cline, Dave Dudley, Freddy Fender, Crystal Gayle, Merle Haggard, Wanda Jackson, Waylon Jennings, Frankie Laine, Lonesome Spurs, Willie Nelson, Juice Newton, Johnny Paycheck, Kenny Rogers, Conway Twitty.

 

This Is Country Superstars, Volume 2. Goldenlane Records CLP 1690, 2007.

Featuring: Alabama, T. Graham Brown, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, Holly Dunn, Exile, Barbara Fairchild, Donna Fargo, Janie Fricke, Don Gibson, Mickey Gilley, Oak Ridge Boys, Buck Owens, Dolly Parton, Carl Perkins, T.G. Sheppard, Pam Tillis, B.J. Thomas.

 

Three Fiddlers from the Show-Me State. County Records CD-2739, 2005.

Featuring: Lyman Enloe, Casey Jones, Cyril Stinnett.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2028, 1997.

Featuring: Frank Blevins and His Tar Heel Rattlers, Richard “Rabbit” Brown, Bob Campbell, Carson Brothers and Sprinkle, Dykes Magic City Trio, Four Wanderers, A.A. Gray and Seven Foot Dilly, Grayson and Whitter, Buddy Boy Hawkins, Happy Hayseeds, Winston Holmes and Charlie Turner, Prince Albert Hunt, Charlie Jordan, Buell Kazee, Louie Lasky, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Ken Maynard, Memphis Jug Band, J.P. Nestor and Norman Edmonds, Nugrape Twins, Oaks Family, Southern Moonlight Entertainers, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2029, 1997.

Featuring: Tommy Bradley, Kahle Brewer, Richard “Rabbit” Brown, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Fiddling John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Georgia Crackers, A.A. Gray and Seven Foot Dilly, Sid Harkreader and Gradey Moore, Earl Johnson and His Dixie Entertainers, Bobby Leecan and His Need More Band, Louie Bluie, Emmett Lundy, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Massey Family, Joe McCoy, Blind Alfred Reed, Rev. D.C. Rice, Allen Shaw, Shelor Family, Southern Moonlight Entertainers, Ernest Stoneman, Henry Thomas, Tweedy Brothers, Wilmer Watts and the Lone Eagles.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 3. Yazoo Records 2047, 1999.

Featuring: Allison’s Sacred Harp Singers, Jelly Roll Anderson, Ashley’s Melody Men, Cap, Andy and Flip, Carlisle Brothers, Fiddling John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, East Texas Serenaders, Sleepy John Estes, Fa Sol La Singers, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Oscar Harper’s Texas String Band, Luke Highnight and His Ozark Strutters, Son House, Frank Hutchison, Skip James, Buster Johnson and James Cole’s Washboard Band, Blind Willie Johnson, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Charlie Patton, Jelly Jaw Short, Lowe Stokes, Wilmer Watts and His Lonely Eagles, Williamson Brothers and Curry.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 4. Yazoo Records 2048, 1999.

Featuring: Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley, Hi Henry Brown, Burnett and Rutherford, Cliff Carlisle, Fiddling John Carson, James Cole and His Washboard Band, Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers, Dixon Brothers, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Golden Melody Boys, William Harris, Jess Hillard and His West Virginia Hillbillies, Skip James, Tommy Johnson, Kessinger Brothers, Angelas LeJeunne, Martin and Hobbs, Charlie Patton, Rev. Rice and Congregation, Stripling Brothers, Sweet Brothers, Jimmie Tarlton, Watts and Wilson.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 5. Yazoo Records 2063, 2002.

Featuring: Frank Blevins and His Tar Heel Rattlers, Bull Mountain Moonshiners, Ben Covington, Jimmie Davis, Floyd County Ramblers, Eli Framer, Garland Brothers and Grinstead, Grayson County Railsplitters, Roy Harvey and Jess Johnston, Buddy Boy Hawkins, Skip James, Sam McGhee, Murphy Brothers Harp Band, J.P. Nestor and Norman Edmonds, Charlie Patton, Reaves White County Ramblers, Blind Joe Reynolds, Swamp Rooters, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles, Weems String Band, Wyzee, Tucker and Lecroy.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 6. Yazoo Records 2064, 2002.

Featuring: Dewey Gassie Bassett, Birkhead and Lane, Tenderfoot Edwards, Floyd County Ramblers, Eli Framer, Girls of the Golden West, Roy Harvey, Jess Hillard and His West Virginia Hillbillies, Skip James, Jess Johnston, Louie Lasky, Uncle Dave Macon and the Fruit Jar Drinkers, Mississippi Moaner, Byrd Moore, Parker and Dodd, Charlie Patton, Reaves White County Ramblers, Red Headed Fiddlers, Blind Joe Reynolds, Eck Robertson, Swamp Rooters, Turney Brothers, Virginia Mountain Boomers, Weems String Band.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 7. Yazoo Records 2067, 2003.

Featuring: Ed Bell, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Jay Bird Coleman, Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers, Dilly and His Dill Pickles, East Texas Serenaders, Gitfiddle Jim, King Solomon Hill, Son House, Bo Weavil Jackson, Skip James, Ben Jarrell and Frank Jenkins, Uncle Dave Macon and Sam McGee, Dennis McGee, David Miller, Old Southern Sacred Singers, Red Headed Fiddlers, “Ted” Sharp, Hinman and Sharp, Sheffield Male Quartet, Stripling Brothers, Jimmie Tarlton, Three Tobacco Tags, Uncle Pete and Louise.

 

Times Ain’t Like They Used to Be, Volume 8. Yazoo Records 2068, 2003.

Featuring: Johnny Barfield, Ed Bell, Dock Boggs, Dilly and His Dill Pickles, Gitfiddle Jim, King Solomon Hill, Frank Hutchison, Bo Weavil Jackson, Skip James, Frank Jenkins, Tommy Johnson, Uncle Dave Macon and the McGee Brothers, Dennis McGee, David Miller, Rev. W.M. Mosley, Red Headed Fiddler, Dick Reinhart, “Ted” Sharp, Hinman and Sharp, Shelor Family, Stripling Brothers, Vaughan Quartet, Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters, Wright Brothers Quartet.

 

Tone Poets. Acoustic Disc ACD-62, 2005. 2 discs.

Featuring: Carlo Aonzo, David Bromberg, Bob Brozman, Sam Bush, John Carlini, Mike Compton, Mitch Corbin, Enrique Coria, Joe Craven, Jerry Douglas, Ian Fleming, Beppe Gambetta, Steve Gilchrist, David Grisman, Jim Hurst, Rob Ickes, David Jacobs-Strain, Jacob Joliff, John Jorgenson, Jack Lawrence, Evan Marshall, Mike Marshall, Del McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Jim Nunally, Tim O’Brien, Carlos Oliveria, Josh Pinkham, John Reischman, Tony Rice, Eva Scow, Mike Seeger, Andy Statman, Jody Stecher, Don Stiernberg, Bryan Sutton, Martin Taylor, Chris Thile, Frank Vignola, Frank Wakefield, Tony Williamson, Radim Zenkl.

 

Top of the Hill: Bluegrass. Sugar Hill Records SHCD-9201, 1995.

Featuring: Dan Crary, Jerry Douglas and the Brother Boys, Front Range, Hot Rize, Laurel Canyon Ramblers, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Lonesome River Band, Lonesome Standard Time, Nashville Bluegrass Band, New Grass Revival, Tim O’Brien, Peter Rowan and the Nashville Bluegrass Band, Seldom Scene, Ricky Skaggs, Chris Thile, Sally Van Meter, Doc Watson, Pete Wernick, Roland White, Gene Wooten.

 

Traditional Banjo Music of the Ozarks. Legacy International CD 473, [199?].

Featuring: Billy Cheatwood, Billy Faer, Jim Helms, David Lindley, Joe Maphis, Roger McGuinn, Art Podell, Dick Rosmini, Mike Seeger, Dick Weissman, Eric Weissman and Marshall Brickman, Mason Williams.

 

Traditional Fiddle Tunes of Kentucky, Volume 2: Along the Kentucky River. Rounder Records CD 0377, 1997.

Featuring: Ed “Buck” Barnes, Vincent Crawford, Darley Fulks, Kelly Gilbert, Jarvie Hall, Bill Hatton, Everett Kays, Van Kidwell, Bill Livers, John Masters, J.B. Miller, Clarence Skirvin, Billy Stamper, Earl Thomas, Lella Todd, Artie Vandegriff, Columbus Williams, Jim Woodward.

 

Traditional Music of Beech Mountain, North Carolina, Volume 1: The Older Ballads and Sacred Songs. Folk-Legacy Records CD-22, 2002.

Featuring: Lena Armstrong, Buna Hicks, Etta Jones, Hattie Presnell, Lee Monroe Presnell, Rosa Presnell.

 

Box 15: CD box 15: Traditional Music of Beech Mountain Volume 2-Blues Singles/Blues Comp: Blues Slide Guitar

Traditional Music of Beech Mountain, North Carolina, Volume 2: The Later Songs and Hymns. Folk-Legacy Records CD-23, 2002.

 

Train 45: Railroad Songs of the Early 1900’s. Rounder Records CD 1143, 1998.

Featuring: Arizona Wranglers, Andrew and Jim Baxter, Captain Appleblossom, Lew Childre, Convicts of Cummins Farm in Gould, AR, Crowder Brothers, George Edgin, Curly Fox, G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter, Homer and Jethro, Jerry and Sky, Jolly Two, Steve Ledford, Joe “Cannonball” Lewis, Lullaby Larkers, Wade Mainer, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Palmer McAbee, Harry McClintock, Gene McNulty, Zeke Morris, Pullman Porters Quartette, T.C.I. Section Crew.

 

Train Songs: 200 Great Songs about Railroad Heroes, Hobos and Freight Trains. Membran Music 233207 / A-J, [200?]. 10 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Sonny Anderson, Clyde Arnold, Bob Ayres and the Secret Agent Men, Arthur Baird’s Skiffle Group, Reverend Ballenger, Freddie Bell and the Bell Boys, Chuck Berry, Phil Bo, Johnny Boni, Earl Bostic, Bradley Boys, Tiny Bradshaw, Teresa Brewer, Roy Brown, Johnny Burnette, Johnny Burnette Rock and Roll Trio, Wayne Busbice, Wade Cagle, Eddie Carter, Johnny Cash, Champs, Chuck-A-Lucks, Homer Zeke Clemons, Eddie Cletro, Bill Clifton, Ken Colyer Skiffle Group, Spade Cooley, Doug Corby, Bob Cort’s Skiffle Group, Jimmie Dale, Bobby Darin, Hank Davis, Doris Day, Charles Dean, Lonnie Donegan Skiffle Group, Rusty Draper, Johnny Duncan and His Blue Grass Boys, Lee Emerson, Everly Brothers, Tommy Faile, Bill Flagg, Floyd Fletcher, Jim Foley and the Big Beats, Red Foley, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Four Lovers, Cecil Foutch, Carroll Free, Zen Fuller, Lowell Fulson, Gene and Jerry, Lloyd George, Don Gibson, Lonnie Glosson, Buck Griffin, Bill Haley and the Comets, Hankshaw Hawkins, Wilbert Harrison, Larry Harvey, Johnny Horton, Ivory Joe Hunter, Jimmy Jackson’s Rockin’ Skiffle, Stonewall Jackson, Freddy Jacobs, Jades, Leon James, Stanley Johnson, Louis Jordan, Bill Justis, Jack Kingston, Frankie Laine, Don Lang Skiffle Group, Art Law, Curly Lee, Joe Lewis, Little Esther, Alan Lomax and the Ramblers, Laurie London, Bonnie Lou, Louis and Frosty, Louvin Brothers, Bill Mack, Maddox Brothers and Rose, Chuck Manning and the Rhythm Ranch Boys, Cousin Joe Maphis, Benny Martin, Marty Martin, Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group, Sam McGee, Rollee McGill, Big Jay McNeely, Amos Milburn, Arlie Miller, Glenn Miller, Sonny Miller, Miller Brothers, Rod Morris, Bus Moten, Ronnie Murray, Johnny Nelms, Ricky Nelson, Tommy Nelson, Bob Newman, Wayne Newman, Gene Norman and the Rocking Rockets, Jimmy North, Jimmie O’Neal, Little Junior Parker and the Blue Flames, Gene Parson, Ken Patrick, Tracy Pendarvis, Hank Penny, Jerry Pitts, Eddie Plew and the Juniors, Elvis Presley, Grover Pruitt, Ralph Pruitt, Jim Reeves, Jody Reynolds, Bob Riley, Marty Robbins, Kenny Roberts, Jimmie Rodgers, Mabel Scott, Al Sears, Neil Sedaka, Tommy Sena, Cliff Shepherd, Gene Simmons, Ray Scott, Hank Snow, Hank Spurling, Jimmy Starr, Franklin Stewart, Sonny Stewart and His Skiffle Kings, Billy Strange and His Orchestra, Norman Sullivan, Johnny Talley, Vernon Taylor, Tennessee, Rudy Thacker, Hank Thompson, Willie Tremain’s Thunderbirds, Billy Joe Tucker, Johnny Tyler, Valentines, Billy Vaughn and His Orchestra, Lanie Walker, Hank Williams, Bob Wills, York Brothers.

 

True Bluegrass Banjo. Rebel Records REB CD 8006, 2012.

Featuring: Jimmy Arnold, Terry Baucom, J.D. Crowe, Bill Emerson, Ned Luberecki, Alan Munde, Sonny Osborne, Don Reno and Eddie Adcock, Sammy Shelor, Ralph Stanley.

 

True Bluegrass Instrumentals. Rebel Records REB CD 8003, 2007.

Featuring: Jimmy Arnold, Kenny Baker, Norman Blake and Red Rector, Curly Ray Cline, J.D. Crowe, Bill Emerson, Josh Graves, Richard Greene, Randall Hylton and Charlie Waller, Cody Kilby, James Price, Don Reno and Eddie Adcock, Tony Rice, Seldom Scene, Ricky Skaggs, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Stanley Brothers, Keith Whitley.

 

Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wasteland, Volume 4: Hippie in a Blunder. Trailer-Park Records TPCD-004, [2006].

Featuring: Wendell Austin, Moe Averick, Jimmy D. Bennett, Don Bowman, Johnny Buckett, Chesney Carroll, Linda Cassady, Ben Colder, Wild Bill Cooksy, Freddy Countryman, Guy Drake, Lester Flatt, Bud Freeman, Smokey Harless, Don Hinson and the Rigormorticians, Homer and Jethro, Autry Inman, Buck Jones, Larry Kirby, Stu Mitchell, Phil Phillips, Johnny Price, Leon Rausch, Billy Ray, Red River Dave, Wayne Satkamp and the 5 Aces, Alvie Self, Skit, Harry Snyder, Bill Woods, Vic Woodward and Claudia.

 

Twisted Tales from the Vinyl Wasteland, Volume 9: Sorrow City Heebie Jeebies. Trailer-Park Records TPCD-09, [200?].

Featuring: Johnny Bond, Sonny Cole, Curley Day, Mike Debusk, Jimmy Duncan, Rocky Foster, Johnny Guitar, Hayseeders, Della Hicks, Honey Bee, Bob Hood, Carol Huff, Karl Jay, Big Bill Johnson, Grandpa Jones, Rocky Jones, Jim Kandy, Lone X, Ed Love, Jay Luttrull, Gene McKown, Janette Monday, Dee Mullins, Jimmy Patton, Jackie Powers, Joe Prater, Buck Ritchey, Kelly Rogers, Elbert Sykes, Elvin Walters, Bobby Ward.

 

Ultimate Pickin’: The Best of Instrumental Bluegrass. Pinecastle Records PRC 1147, 2005.

Featuring: Jeff Autry, Wayne Benson, Aubrey Haynie, Rob Ickes, Randy Kohrs, Mark Schatz, Rickie Simpkins, Scott Vestal.

 

Unheard Ofs and Forgotten Abouts: Rare and Unheralded Gramophone Recordings from Around the World, 1916-1964. Tompkins Square TSQ 2387, 2010.

Featuring: Tautu Archer, Slim Barton and James Moore, Bernard and Cantournet, Charlie Bowman and Al Hopkins, Reverend Frank Cotton, Tommy Dandurand and Ed Goodreau, Pipe Major Forsyth and Drums, Goerit Grisee and Bok Djam, Hermanos Huesca, Kakapti, Chanter P. Manea and Choir, Sandor Nemeth’s Gypsy Orchestra, Akumu Odhiambo, Kamemaru Sunakawa, Professor Liu Tianhu.

 

Vintage Country Legends, Volume 1. MasterSong 503222, 2000.

Featuring: Roy Acuff, Sunset Carson, Ted Daffan, Red Foley, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Monroe, Willie Nelson, Jack Rivers, Hank Snow, Hank Thompson, Floyd Tillman, Merle Travis, Ernest Tubb, Tex Williams.

 

Vinyl Junkie: Country. Vinyl Junkie VJCD1, 1995.

Featuring: Pinto Bennett and His Famous Motel Cowboys, Blazers, Rick Broussard, Kathy Chiavola, Barb Donovan, Michael Fracasso and Lucinda Williams, Dirk Hamilton, Butch Hancock, Tish Hinojosa, Lost Gonzo Band, Don McCallister Jr. and His Cowboy Jazz Revue, Wes McGhee, Katy Moffatt, Willie Nelson and Curtis Potter, Picketts, Celinda Pink, Toni Price, Rattlesnake Annie, Charlie Robinson, Jimmy Roy’s 5 Star Hillbillies, Billy Swan and Van Duren, Townes Van Zandt, Barrence Whitfield and Tom Russell.

 

Virginia Roots: The 1929 Richmond Sessions. Outhouse Records 1001, 2002. 2 discs.

Featuring: Blues Birdhead, Bubbling Over Five, Buck Mountain Band, Golden Crown Quartet, Bela Lam and His Green County Singers, Monarch Jazz and Jubilee Quartet of Norfolk, Otis and Tom Mote, Richmond Starlight Quartet, Roanoke Jug Band, Salem Highballers, Spangler and Pearson, Sparkling Four, Tubize Royal Hawaiian Orchestra.

 

Warner Collection, Volume 1: Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still. Appleseed Recordings APR CD 1035, 2000.

Featuring: Elda Blackwood, Homer Cornett, Martha Etheridge, Lena Bourne Fish, “Yankee” John Galusha, Richard Hamilton, Buna Hicks, Linzy Hicks, Ruby Monroe Hicks, Dorothy Howard, Rebecca King Jones, Curt Mann, Steve Meekins, Martha Midgett, Edith Perrin, Lee Monroe Presnell, Frank Proffitt, Tom Smith, Louis Solomon, J.B. Sutton, Sue Thomas, Charles K. “Tink” Tillett, Eleazar Tillett, Mrs. Wolf.

 

Warner Collection, Volume 2: Nothing Seems Better to Me: The Music of Frank Proffitt and North Carolina. Appleseed Recordings APR CD 1036, 2000.

Featuring: Homer Cornett, Martha Etheridge, Buna Vista Hicks, Linzy Hicks, Nathan and Rena Hicks, Ruby Monroe Hicks, Joseph Henry Johnson, Rebecca King Jones, Lee Monroe Presnell, Frank Proffitt, Frank Proffitt Jr., J.B. Sutton, Charles K. Tillett, Eleazar Tillett.

 

White Country Blues (1926-1938): A Lighter Shade of Blue. Columbia Records C2K 47455, 1993. 2 discs.

Featuring: Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseeans, Allen Brothers, Anglin Brothers, Tom Ashley, Wilbur Ball, Blue Ridge Ramblers, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bouchillon, Homer Callahan, Callahan Brothers, Smiling Bill Carlisle, Cliff Carlisle, Carolina Brothers, Cauley Family, Bill Cox, Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton, Al Dexter, Clarence Greene, Roy Harvey and Leonard Copeland, Larry Hensley, Cliff Hobbs, Frank Hutchison, Ramblin’ Red Lowery, Asa Martin and His Kentucky Hillbillies, Clayton McMichen, W.T. Narmour and S.W. Smith, W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Prairie Ramblers, Riley Puckett, Rhythm Wreckers, Val and Pete.

 

Wizards of Country Guitar, CD A: Featuring Bob Dunn. JSP Records 77144A, 2011.

Featuring: Bob Dunn.

 

Wizards of Country Guitar, CD B: Featuring Lefty Perkins. JSP Records 77144B, 2011.

Featuring: Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Durwood Brown and His Musical Brownies, Lefty Perkins.

 

Wizards of Country Guitar, CD C: Featuring Billy Briggs. JSP Records 77144C, 2011.

Featuring: Billy Briggs, Billy Briggs’ Xit Boys, Hi Flyers, Sons of the West.

 

Wizards of Country Guitar, CD D: Featuring Speedy West and Jimmy Bryant. JSP Records 77144D, 2011.

Featuring: Jimmy Bryant, Speedy West.

 

Work Hard, Play Hard, Pray Hard: Hard Time, Good Time and End Time Music, 1923-1936. Tompkins Square TSQ 2776, 2012. 3 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Aiken County String Band, Allen Brothers, Herschel Brown and His Boys, Warren Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers, Carolina Ramblers String Band, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Cherokee Ramblers, Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers, Corley Family, Darby and Tarlton, Dixon Brothers, Oscar Ford, Clem Garner, Red Gay and Jack Willman, Whit Gaydon, Georgia Crackers, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Hack String Band, Happy Four, Sid Harkreader and Grady Moore, Elder G.P. Harris, Earl Johnson, Alfred G. Karnes, Buell Kazee, Kentucky Holiness Singers, Pierre La Dieu, Harry “Mac” MacClintock, David McCarn, Earl McCoy, McDonald Quartette, Alfred Meng, North Carolina Hawaiians, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Singers, Red Brush Singers, Snowball and Sunshine, Gid Tanner, Gid Tanner and Band, Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers, Tennessee Ramblers, Fields Ward and the Grayson County Railsplitter, Charlie Wilson and His Hayloft Gang.

 

World’s Greatest Bluegrass Pickers. CMH Records CD-5912, 1999.

Featuring: Eddie Adcock, Lester Flatt, Johnny Gimble, Josh Graves, Fiddlin’ Red Herron, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Alisa Jones, Grandpa Jones Family, Joe Maphis, Benny Martin, Nashville Grass, Bobby Osborne, Sonny Osborne, Osborne Brothers, Don Reno and Arthur Smith, Buddy Spicher, Donna Stoneman, Stonemans, Merle Travis.

 

World’s Greatest Country Fiddlers. CMH Records CD-5911, 1999.

Featuring: Kenny Baker, Cliff Bruner, Chubby Anthony, Vassar Clements, Randall Collins, Lester Flatt, Johnny Gimble, Josh Graves, Fiddlin’ Red Herron, Ramona Jones, Joe Maphis, Benny Martin, Jerry Moore, Bobby Osborne, Buddy Spicher, Ron Stewart, Clarence “Tater” Tate, Paul Warren, Chubby Wise.

 

Worried Blues, Disc A. JSP Records 7743A, 2005.

Featuring: Frank Hutchison.

 

Worried Blues, Disc B. JSP Records 7743B, 2005.

Featuring: Frank Hutchison, Kelly Harrell.

 

Worried Blues, Disc C. JSP Records 7743C, 2005.

Featuring: Kelly Harrell.

 

Worried Blues, Disc D. JSP Records 7743D, 2005.

Featuring: Blue Ridge Highballers, Tenneva Ramblers.

 

WPAQ: The Voice of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Rounder Records CD 0404, 1999.

Featuring: Blue Ridge Mountain Boys, Charlie Bowman, Carolina Sunshine Trio, Leake Caudle, Draughn Trio, Jim Eanes, Benton Flippen, Frank the California Kid, Friendly Four Quartet, Gospel Four Quartet, Green Valley Boys, Lefty Hall and the Blue Mountain Boys, Hall Sisters, Esker Hutchins, Uncle Joe Johnson and the Blue Mountain Boys, Johnson Brothers and Ray Myers, Pate and Leroy Martin, Lee and Juanita Moore, Mt. Zion Quartet, Reid Rakes, Silvertone Gospel Harmonizers, Skyline Serenaders, Gurney Thomas Band, John Will Vipperman and Johnny Vipperman.

 

Yodeling Memories: 24 Country Yodeling Classics. IMC Music CTS 55551, 2008.

Featuring: Rex Allen, Rosalie Allen, Gene Autry, Elton Britt, Cliff Carlisle, Wilf Carter (Montana Slim), Slim Clark, Dezurik Sisters, Hank Locklin, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Frankie Marvin, Emmett Miller, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Patsy Montana, Tex Morton, Riley Puckett, Goebel Reeves (The Texas Drifter), Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Rogers, Hank Snow, Slim Whitman.

 

Yodellin’ Yippee-I-O: 50 Original Country Yodellin’ Classics. Starcode Entertainment REVCD008, 2013. 2 discs.

Featuring: Rex Allen, Rosalie Allen, Eddy Arnold, Gene Autry, Elton Britt, Callahan Brothers, Cliff Carlisle, Wilf Carter, Carter Family, Delmore Brothers, Dezurik Sisters, Red Foley, Girls of the Golden West, Rex Griffin, Guidry Brothers, Winston Holmes and Lottie Kimbrough, Polly Jenkins and Her Musical Pals, Leake County Revellers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Frank Marvin, Emmitt Miller, Mississippi Sheiks, Bill Monroe, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, Patsy Montana, Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers, Tex Morton, Riley Puckett, Goebel Reeves, Kenny Roberts, Carson Robison and His Pioneers, Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Rogers, Hank Snow, Sons of the Pioneers, Tampa Red, Three Tobacco Tags, Ernest Tubb, George Watson, Slim Whitman, Kitty “Texas Rose” Williamson, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Yodeling Slim.

 

Young Fogies, Volume 2. Rounder Records CD 0369, 1995.

Featuring: Dave Bing, Blue Ridge Mountain Minstrels, Kate Brislin and Jody Stecher and Alan Senauke, Carthy and the Sisco Kids, Chicken Chokers, Double Eagle String Band, Hart and Blech, Richard and Beth Hartness, Hoover Uprights, Ill-Mo Boys, Indian Creek Delta Boys, L-7’s, Lazy Aces, Leftwich and Higginbotham, Lost Rosin, Midnight Mockingbirds, Piedmont Pepsteppers, Queen City Bulldogs, Red Mules, Mitchell Reed and Adrian Antoine Huval and Horace Trahan and Lisa Trahan, Rhythm Rats, Tom Sauber and John Herrmann and Dirk Powell, Shootin’ Creek String Band, Snow Hill, Southern Mountain Melody Makers, Sparkill Creek Serenaders, Tarheel Hotshots, Bobby Taylor and Jim Nelson, Volo Bogtrotters, Charlie Waldren and Patt Plunkett.

 

 

Jazz-Blues CDs: Single Artists

Blues:

Blue Rider Trio. Harp, Steel and Guts. Mapleshade Productions 069, 2000.

Brown, Clarence “Gatemouth.” Dirty Work at the Crossroads: 1947-1953. Acrobat Music ACRCD 216, 2006.

Cephas, John and Phil Wiggins. Flip, Flop, and Fly. Flying Fish Records FF 70580, 1992.

Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues. Complementary Colors. Gadfly Records 507, 1998.

Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues. Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues. Alligator Records ALCD 4824, 1994.

Corky Siegel’s Chamber Blues. Corky Siegel’s Traveling Chamber Blues Show. Alligator Records ALCD 4901, 2005.

Edwards, Archie. Blues ‘n Bones. Mapleshade Productions 56952, 1994.

Faber, George. Blues. BAT Records 6-42731-00022-7, 2002.

Hopkins, Lightnin’. All the Classics: 1946-1951, Disc B. JSP Records 7705B, 2003.

Hopkins, Lightnin’. All the Classics: 1946-1951, Disc C. JSP Records 7705C, 2003.

Hopkins, Lightnin’. All the Classics: 1946-1951, Disc D. JSP Records 7705D, 2003.

Hopkins, Lightnin’. All the Classics: 1946-1951, Disc E. JSP Records 7705E, 2003.

House, Son. Son House and the Kings of the Delta Blues. Primo Collection PRMCD 6062, 2008. 2 discs.

Johnson, Herman E. and Smoky Babe. Louisiana Country Blues. Arhoolie Records CD 440, 1996.

Maher, Big Joe and Big Blues. Mojo. Wildchild/Mapleshade Productions MS 02352, 1994.

McDowell, Fred. Long Way from Home: The Blues of Fred McDowell. Milestone Records MSP-93003, 1990.

Memphis Minnie. Essential Recordings. Primo Collection PRMCD 6108, 2010. 2 discs.

Patton, Charley and Walter Hawkins. Charley Patton: Complete Recordings, 1929-1934, Disc A. JSP Records CD7702A, 2002.

Patton, Charley and Edith North Johnson. Charley Patton: Complete Recordings, 1929-1934, Disc B. JSP Records CD7702B, 2002.

Patton, Charley and Henry Sims. Charley Patton: Complete Recordings, 1929-1934, Disc C. JSP Records CD7702C, 2002.

Patton, Charley, Willie Brown, Son House, Louise Johnson. Charley Patton: Complete Recorings, 1929-1934, Disc D. JSP Records CD7702D, 2002.

Patton, Charley, Delta Big Four, Bertha Lee. Charley Patton: Complete Recorings, 1929-1934, Disc E. JSP Records CD7702E, 2002.

Shank, Kendra. Afterglow. Mapleshade Productions MS 02132, 1994.

Smith, Jimmy. Dot Com Blues. Blue Thumb Records 314 543 978-2, 2000.

Terry, Sonny and Brownie McGhee. Back to New Orleans. Fantasy Records FCD-24708-2, 1989.

Terry, Sonny. Black Night Road. Tomato/Music Works 2696662, 1989.

Terry, Sonny and Brownie McGhee. Midnight Special. Fantasy Records FCD-24721-2, 1989.

 

White, Josh. Free and Equal Blues. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SF CD 40081, 1998.

 

 

Jazz:

 

Boutella, Safy. Mejnoun. Indigo LBLC 2501, 1992.

 

Brock, Zach. Zach Brock and the Coffee Achievers. Secret Fort Records 60201, 2002.

 

Byrd, Charlie. Bossa Nova Pelos Passaros. Riverside Records OJCCD-107-2, 1999.

 

Clarke, Stanley, Al Di Meola, Jean-Luc Ponty. Rite of Strings. I.R.S. Records 7243 8 34167 2 1, 1995.

 

Daniel Glass Trio. Something Colorful. Very Tall Music VT 70001-2, 2002.

 

David O’Rourke and Lewis Nash’s Celtic Jazz Collective. Aislinn (A Vision). Mapleshade Productions 080, 2001.

 

Fremgen, John, Shelly Berg, Peter Erskine. Pieces of String. Viewpoint Records VP0011, 2002.

 

Hyman, Dick. In Recital. Reference Recordings RR-84CD, 1998.

 

Johnny Frigo Quartet. Live at the Floating Jazz Festival. Chiaroscuro Records CR(D) 358, 1999.

 

McKee, Andy and NEXT. Sound Roots. Mapleshade Productions MS 04432, 1997.

 

Neidlinger, Buell. Buellgrass Across the Tracks. K2B2 Records 6923, 1996.

 

Newton, Dan “Daddy Squeeze.” Lifescapes World Celebration: Mama Gumbo’s Cajun Cafe. Compass Productions WC-1, 2005.

 

Turney, Norris. Big, Sweet N’ Blue. Mapleshade Productions MS 02632, 1995.

 

Wasserman, Rob. Trios. GRP Records MGD-4021, 1994.

 

 

Blues CDs, Compilations

Ain’t Times Hard: Political and Social Comment in the Blues, CD A. JSP Records 77109A, 2008.

Featuring: Barbecue Bob, Scrapper Blackwell, Blind Blake, Big Bill Broonzy, Bumble Bee Slim, Gene Campbell, Leroy Carr, Andy Chatman, Tom Dickson, Carrie Edwards, King Solomon Hill, Alec Johnson, Charley Jordan, Charlie McCoy and Bo Carter, Fred McMullen, Buddy Moss, Hambone Willie Newbern, Walter Roland, Charlie Spand, Tampa Red.

 

Ain’t Times Hard: Political and Social Comment in the Blues, CD B. JSP Records 77109B, 2008.

Featuring: Lucille Bogan, Big Bill Broonzy, Bumble Bee Slim, Bob Campbell, Blind Teddy Darby, Walter Davis, Jimmy Gordon, Lane Hardin, Jack Kelly, Charlie McCoy, Memphis Minnie, Mississippi Sheiks, Joe Pullum, Walter Roland, Sonny Scott, Joe Stone, Casey Bill Weldon, Peetie Wheatstraw, Joshua White, Big Joe Williams.

 

Ain’t Times Hard: Political and Social Comment in the Blues, CD C. JSP Records 77109C, 2008.

Featuring: Black Ivory King, Son Bonds, Big Bill Broonzy, Bumble Bee Slim, George Curry, Champion Jack Dupree, Sleepy John Estes, Alfred Fields, Calvin Frazier, Gene Gilmore, Tony Hollins, Frank “Springback” James, Lonnie Johnson, Robert Lee McCoy, Memphis Minnie, Red Nelson, Sampson Pittman, Yank Rachell, Ollie Shepard, Speckled Red, Washboard Sam, Peetie Wheatstraw.

 

Ain’t Times Hard: Political and Social Comment in the Blues, CD D. JSP Records 77109D, 2008.

Featuring: John Brim, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Cousin Joe, Smokey Hogg, John Lee Hooker, Ivory Joe Hunter, J.B. Hutto, Jelly Belly and Guitar Slim, Floyd Jones, J.B. Lenoir, Jimmy McCracklin, Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, Jack McVea, Willie “Long Time” Smith, Roosevelt Sykes, Big Mama Thornton, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson, L.C. Williams, Jim Wynn.

 

Before the Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene, Volume 1. Yazoo Records 2015, 1996.

Featuring: Andrew and Jim Baxter, Cincinnati Jug Band, Sam Collins, Teddy Darby, Denson Quartet, Dick Devall, Evans and McClain, Rev. Gates and Congregation, Papa Harvey Hull, Mississippi John Hurt, Little Hat Jones, Buell Kazee, Lottie Kimbrough, Rube Lacy, Mississippi Mud Steppers, Bayless Rose, Seventh Day Adventist Choir, B.F. Shelton, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Henry Thomas, Willie Walker, Weaver and Beasley, Robert Wilkins.

 

Before the Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene, Volume 2. Yazoo Records 2016, 1996.

Featuring: Emry Arthur, Blue Boys, Dallas String Band, Golden P. Harris, Peg Leg Howell, Hattie Hudson, Lulu Jackson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Frank Jenkins, Louise Johnson, Blind Willie Johnson, Charley Jordan, Tommy McClennan, Memphis Jug Band, Charley Patton, Eck Robertson, Roland and Scott, South Street Trio, Frank Stokes, Blind Joe Taggart, Tennessee Chocolate Drops, Minnie Wallace, Geeshie Wiley.

 

Before the Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene, Volume 3. Yazoo Records 2017, 1996.

Featuring: Texas Alexander, Clarence Ashley, Barbecue Bob, Biddleville Quintette, Blind Blake, Blue Boys, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Cow Cow Davenport, Evans and McClain, Blind Boy Fuller, Bobby Grant, John Hammond, Mississippi John Hurt, Coley Jones, Luke Jordan, Furry Lewis, Moses Mason, Lil McClintock, Memphis Minnie, Frank Stokes, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys, Henry Thomas.

 

Black Fiddlers: The Remaining Titles of Andrew and Jim Baxter, Nathan Frazier and Frank Patterson. The Complete Recorded Works of Cuje Bertram (1929-c. 1970). Document Records DOCD-5631, 1999.

Featuring: Andrew Baxter, Jim Baxter, Cuje Bertram, Nathan Frazier, Frank Patterson.

 

Blues, Boogie, Rhythm, and More Blues. KOCH International 3-2210-2, 1997.

Featuring: Lillian Boutte and Dr. John, Jazz Gillum, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Yvonne Jackson, Al Jones, Little Brother Montgomery, Louisiana Red, Memphis Slim, Otis Spann, Eddie Taylor, Bukka White, Christian Willisohn.

 

Blues Guitar Duels. Rounder Records ED CD 7049, 1997.

Featuring: Joe Coronado and the Texas Beat, Ronnie Earl, Grady Gains and the Texas Upsetters, Roy Gaines, Otis Grand, Buddy Guy, Phil Guy, Clarence Hollimon, Ray Jimenez, Bnois King, Smokin’ Joe Kubek Band, Mike Morgan, Mark Pollock, Duke Robillard, Richard Studholme, Jim Suhler, Hubert Sumlin’s Blues Party, Phillip Walker.

 

Blues Guitar Masters. Rounder Records ED 12136-7072-2, 1998.

Featuring: Johnny Copeland, Ronnie Earl, Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters, Lowell Fulson, Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets, Jimmy King and the King James Version Band, Bobby Radcliff, Byther Smith, Hubert Sumlin, George Thorogood, Robert Ward, Smokey Wilson.

 

Blues Harp Greats. Rounder Records ED CD 7023, 1997.

Featuring: Billy Boy Arnold, Carey Bell, Elvin Bishop, Mojo Buford, Butler Twins, Paul Butterfield, James Cotton, Mark Hummell, James Montgomery Band, Magic Dick and Jay Geils, Annie Raines and Paul Rishell, Charlie Sayles, Treat Her Right.

 

Blues Slide Guitar. Rounder Records ED CD 9003, 1996.

Featuring: Earl Hooker, Hound Dog Taylor, J.B. Hutto, Elmore James, Smokin’ Joe Kubek, Smokin’ Joe Kubek Band and Bnois King, Ron Levy’s Wild Kingdom and Ronnie Earl and Wayne Bennett, Lil’ Ed and Blues Imperial, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Hop Wilson.

Box 16:  CD Box 16 – Blues Compilation:  Broke, Black and Blue – Jazz Singles/Miscellaneous Singles/Miscellaneous Compilation:  World in Our Backyard

Broke, Black and Blue: An Anthology of Blues Classics and Rarities. Proper Records PROPERBOX 7 (P1125-1128), 2005. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Garfield Akers, Ed Andrews, Kokomo Arnold, DeFord Bailey, Kid Bailey, Barbecue Bob, Big Boy Cleveland, Big Maceo, Lewis Black, Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Blake, Georgia Boyd, Ishman Bracey, Kid Brown, Lee Brown, Willie Brown, Bumble Bee Slim, Joe Callicott, Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell, George Clarke, Sam Collins, Jed Davenport, Walter Davis, Tom Delaney, Little Buddy Doyle, Will Ezell, Forest City Joe, Eli Framer, Jazz Gillum, Emery Glen, Jimmie Gordon, Johnnie Head, Son House, Peg Leg Howell, Mississippi John Hurt, Bessie Jackson, Jim Jackson, “New Orleans” Willie Jackson, Skip James, Lonnie Johnson, Louise Johnson, T.C. Johnson and “Blue Coat” Tom Nelson, Tommy Johnson, Luke Jordan, Rube Lacy, Louie Lasky, Laughing Charley, Little Brother Montgomery, Cripple Clarence Lofton, Tommy McClennan, Memphis Jug Band, Memphis Slim, Rosie Mae Moore, William “Bill” Moore, Isaiah “Mississippi Moaner” Nettles, Arthur Pettis, Long “Cleeve” Reed and Little Harvey Hull, Blind Willie Reynolds, “Mooch” Richardson, Bayless Rose, Faber Smith and Jimmy Yancey, William and Versey Smith, Victoria Spivey, Frank Stokes, Tarter and Gay, Charley Taylor, Johnny Temple, Texas Alexander, Jim Thompkins, Henry Townsend, Aaron “T-Bone” Walker, Willie Walker, Sippie Wallace, Washboard Sam, Weaver and Beasley, Casey Bill Weldon, Peetie Wheatstraw, Bukka White, James Wiggins, Big Joe Williams, Jabo Williams, Chicken Wilson and Skeeter Hinton, Buddy Woods.

 

Classic Appalachian Blues. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40198, 2010.

Featuring: Pink Anderson, Baby Tate, Etta Baker, E.C. Ball, Big Chief Ellis and Cephas and Wiggins, J.C. Burris, Gary Davis, Archie Edwards, Marvin and Turner Foddrell, Roscoe Holcomb, John Jackson, Peg Leg Sam Jackson, Martin, Bogan and Armstrong, Brownie McGhee, Sticks McGhee, Lesley Riddle, John Tinsley, Doc Watson, Josh White, Bill Williams.

 

Classic Blues. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SW CD 40134, 2003.

Featuring: Pink Anderson, Etta Baker, Big Bill Broonzy, Chambers Brothers, Elizabeth Cotten, Reverend Gary Davis, K.C. Douglas, Champion Jack Dupree, David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Vera Hall, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Son House, Cat Iron, Edith North Johnson and Henry Brown, Lonnie Johnson, Lead Belly, Little Brother Montgomery, Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon, Roosevelt Sykes, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Henry Townsend, Josh White, Big Joe Williams.

 

Classic Sounds of New Orleans. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40183, 2010.

Featuring: Sister Dora Alexander, Emile Barnes, Dora Bliggen, H.J. Boiusseau, Choir of Pilgrim Baptist Church, Kid Clayton, Baby Dodds, Champion Jack Dupree, Snooks Eaglin, Eureka Brass Band, Rev. Lewis Jackson and Charlotte Rucell, Lonnie Johnson, Mardi Gras Indians, Punch Miller and Samuel B. Charters, Doc Paulin, Billie Pierce, De De Pierce, Shoeshine Boy, Six and Seven-Eighths String Band of New Orleans, Freddie L. Small, Roosevelt Sykes, Lawrence Tocca.

 

Deep Blue: 25 Years of Blues on Rounder Records. Rounder Records CD AN 25 part 3, 1995. 2 discs.

Featuring: Marcia Ball, Rory Block, Bluestime, Charles Brown, Clarence Brown, Larry Davis, Champion Jack Dupree, Ronnie Earl, Lowell Fulson, Ted Hawkins, Holmes Brothers, Frank Hovington, J.B. Hutto, Johnny Nocturne Band, Luther Johnson, Smokin’ Joe Kubek, Booker T. Laury, Ron Levy, Robert Lockwood Jr., Jimmy McCracklin and Irma Thomas, Tracy Nelson, Robert Nighthawk, Ann Peebles and Little Jimmy King, Persuasions, Preson Shannon Band, Professor Longhair, Jimmy Rogers, Roomful of Blues, Johnny Shines, Michelle Wilson, Smokey Wilson.

 

Down Home Blues Classics: Texas, 1946-1954. Secret Records BVBCD1012, 2005. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Johnny Beck, Perry Cain, Buddy Chiles, Country Slim, Sonny Boy Davis, Leroy Ervin, Clarence Garlow, Stick Horse Hammond, John Hogg, Smokey Hogg, Wright Holmes, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Soldier Boy Houston, Lil’ Son Jackson, Sunny James, Leroy “Country” Johnson, Willie Lane, Ernest Lewis, Pete McKinley, Miss Country Slim, Manny Nichols, Monister Parker, Rattlesnake Cooper, Bill Simpson, Frankie Lee Sims, Luther Stoneham, Sugarman, Texas Alexander, Andy Thomas, Thunder Smith, Big Son Tillis, Lillian Tillis, James Tisdom, Mercy Dee Walton, D.C. Washington, West Texas Slim, L.C. Williams.

 

Early Downhome Blues: 19 Outstanding Examples of Early Blues Music. University of North Carolina Press DIDX 021676, [1994].

Featuring: Garfield Akers, Barbecue Bob, Blind Blake, Willie Brown, Leroy Carr and Francis “Scrapper” Blackwell, Joe Dean, Walter “Buddy Boy” Hawkins, Eddie “Son” House, Mississippi John Hurt, Tommy Johnson, Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie, Lillian Miller, “Hambone” Willie Newbern, Charley Patton, Roosevelt Sykes, “Texas” Alexander, Willie Walker and Sam Brooks, Nolan “Barrel House Welch” Welsh.

 

Gob-Iron: The Blues Harmonica Anthology. Primo Collection PRMCD 6050, 2007. 2 discs.

Featuring: Billy Boy Arnold, Ashley and Foster, DeFord Bailey, Jaybird Coleman, James Cotton, Chuck Darling, Bo Diddley, Doctor Ross, Jazz Gillum, Walter Horton, Howlin’ Wolf, Little Walter, Coy “Hot Shot” Love, Muddy Waters, Papa Lightfoot, Jimmy Rogers, State Street Boys, Sonny Terry, Junior Wells, John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson I, Sonny Boy Williamson II.

 

Imaginational Anthem, Volume 6: Origins of American Primitive Guitar. Tompkins Square TSQ 2851, 2013.

Featuring: Frank Hutchison, Sam McGee, Davy Miller, Riley Puckett, Bayless Rose, Lemuel Turner, Sylvester Weaver.

 

Old-Time Mountain Blues: Rural Classics, 1927-1939. County Records CD 3528, 2003.

Featuring: “Dock” Boggs, Burnett and Rutherford, Cliff Carlisle, Gwen Foster, Clarence Green, Larry Hensley, Frank Hutchinson, Dick Justice, Leake County Revelers, Lester McFarland, Sam McGee, David Miller, Byrd Moore and Jess Johnston, Narmour and Smith, Fiddling Doc Roberts Trio, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians, South Georgia Highballers, Jimmie Tarlton.

 

Slide Guitar: Bottles, Knives and Steel. Columbia Records CK 46218, 1990.

Featuring: Barbecue Bob, Walter Beasley, Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Willie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Son House, Huddie Ledbetter, Charlie Patton, Tampa Red and Georgia Tom, Sister O.M. Terrell, Sylvester Weaver, Casey Bill Weldon, Bukka White, Ruth Willis, Buddy Woods and the Wampus Cats.

 

Slide Guitar: The Streamline Special. Columbia Records CK 65518, 1998.

Featuring: Blind Boy Fuller, Georgia Cotton Pickers, Robert Johnson, Jo-Ann Kelly, Leadbelly, Blind Willie McTell, Buddy Moss and Curley Weaver, Muddy Waters, Charley Patton, Allen Shaw, Taj Mahal, Tampa Red and Georgia Tom, Sylvester Weaver, Casey Bill Weldon, Bukka White, Buddy Woods and Kitty Gray.

 

String Bands: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, 1926-1929. Document Records DOCD-5167, 1993.

Featuring: Alabama Sheiks, Andrew and Jim Baxter, Booker Orchestra, Nap Hayes and Matthew Prater, Kansas City Blues Strummers, Old Pal Smoke Shop Four, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys.

 

Takoma Slide. Takoma Records TAKCD-8910-2, 1999.

Featuring: Mike Auldridge, Michael Bloomfield, Chris Darrow, John Fahey, Michael Gulezian, Son House, Eddie “One String” Jones, Leo Kottke, Ron Thompson and the Resistors, Bukka White, Rev. Robert Wilkins, Robert Pete Williams.

 

Vintage Mandolin Music, 1927-1946: Rags, Breakdowns, Stomps and Blues. Document Records DOCD-32-20-3, 2003.

Featuring: Blue Boys, Blue Ridge Ramblers, Louie Bluie, Ishman Bracey, Carolina Peanut Boys, Dallas String Band, Arizona Dranes and Choir, Sleepy John Estes, Johnson Boys, King David’s Jug Band, Arthur McClain and Joe Evans, Al Miller and His Market Street Boys, Mississippi Mud Steppers, Nashville Washboard Band, Scottdale String Band, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Two Poor Boys, Paul Warmack and His Gully Jumpers, Phebel Wright.

 

When the Levee Breaks: Mississippi Blues, CD A. JSP Records 7781A, 2007.

Featuring: Garfield Akers, Mose Andrews, Kid Bailey, Willie “61” Blackwell, Mississippi Bracey, Sam Butler, Joe Calicott, Sam Collins, Mattie Delaney, William Harris, Buddy Boy Hawkins, King Solomon Hill, Robert Johnson, Robert Lockwood, Charlie McCoy, Joe McCoy, Mississippi Jook Band, Arthur Petties, Blind Willie Reynolds, Freddie Spruell, Jim Thompkins, Geeshie Wiley.

 

When the Levee Breaks: Mississippi Blues, CD B. JSP Records 7781B, 2007.

Featuring: Garfield Akers, Kid Bailey, Willie “61” Blackwell, Mississippi Bracey, Sam Butler, Sam Collins, Bogus Ben Covington, William Harris, Buddy Boy Hawkins, Son House, Robert Lockwood, Charlie McCoy, Joe McCoy, Mississippi Jook Band, Mississippi Moaner, Arthur Petties, Blind Joe Reynolds, Walter Rhodes, Jelly Jaw Short, Freddie Spruell, Elva Thomas and Geeshie Wiley, George Torey, Otto Virgial.

 

When the Levee Breaks: Mississippi Blues, CD C. JSP Records 7781C, 2007.

Featuring: Garfield Akers, Mose Andrews, Willie “61” Blackwell, Mississippi Bracey, Sam Butler, Joe Calicott, Sam Collins, Mattie Delaney, William Harris, Buddy Boy Hawkins, King Solomon Hill, Robert Lockwood, Charlie McCoy, Joe McCoy, Mississippi Jook Band, Arthur Petties, Blind Joe Reynolds, Jelly Jaw Short, Freddie Spruell, Joe Stone, Otto Virgial, Geeshie Wiley.

 

When the Levee Breaks: Mississippi Blues, CD D. JSP Records 7781D, 2007.

Featuring: Garfield Akers, Willie “61” Blackwell, Mississippi Bracey, Sam Butler, Sam Collins, Bogus Ben Covington, William Harris, Buddy Boy Hawkins, King Solomon Hill, Son House, Robert Lockwood, Joe McCoy, Mississippi Jook Band, Mississippi Moaner, Arthur Petties, Blind Willie Reynolds, Walter Rhodes, Jelly Jaw Short, Freddie Spruell, Joe Stone, George Torey, Geeshie Wiley.

 

 

Miscellaneous CDs

 

Ni Chathain, Treasa. Some Sean Nos. Teresa Kane KANE01, 2001.

 

Classic Celtic Music. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW CD 40560, 2013.

Featuring: Margaret Barry, Kevin Burke, Tom Byrne, Isla Cameron, Jean Carignan, Patrick Clancy, Willie Clancy, Shirley Collins, Brian Conway, Harry Cox, Margaret Dirrane, Felix Dolan, Michael Gorman, Joe Heaney, Bob Hobkirk, Frank Keating, Louis Killen, Ewan MacColl, Sarah Makem, Pat Mangan, John McGreevy, Denis Murphy, Sorcha Ni Ghuairim, Pat O’Malley, Billy Pigg, Joe Shannon, Lucy Stewart, Willie Taylor.

 

Farewell to Ireland. Proper Records PROPERBOX 3 (P1109-1112), 1999. 4 disc boxed set.

Featuring: Martin Beirne and His Irish Blackbirds, Michael J. Cashin, Michael Coleman, Peter “P.J.” Conlon, Packie Dolan, Dinny “Jimmy” Doyle, Tom Ennis, Erin’s Pride Orchestra, Joe Flanagan, Flanagan Brothers, Four Provinces Orchestra, Michael Gafney, Hugh Gillespie, John Griffin, Michael and Connie Hanafin, Eleanor Kane, Paddy Killoran, John McGettigan, John McGettigan and His Irish Minstrils, John McKenna, Maurice McSweeney’s Stars of Munster, Eddie Meehan, James “Jimmy” Morrison, Tom Morrison, William J. Mullally, James J. Mullan, Edward Mullaney, Frank Murphy, Neil Nolan, Frank Quinn, Murty Rabbett, Murty Rabbett and His Gaelic Band, Ed Reevy, John Reynolds, Pat Roche’s Harp and Shamrock Orchestra, Patrick Stack, Dan Sullivan, Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, Paddy Sweeney, Patrick J. “Patsy” Touhey, Pat White.

 

Musical Sources Musicales. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings UNES 08100, 2014. 2 discs.

Featuring: Jean Blanchard and Eric Montbel, Bolonyen Orchestra, Buzan Division of the Shingon Sect, G. Catanzaro and Don S. Curatolo and R. Failla and Gianni Minardi and R. Sciacca, Pandit Gopal Das and Asad Ali Khan and Mohamed Saklain, Deacons of the Church of the Virgin of Qamishli, Kudsi Erguner, Folk Ensemble of Song and Dance “Vesselka” of the House of Culture of Dolina, Iim Ibrahim and Ono Sukarna and Uking Sukri, Muhammad H. Jrifani and the Mullah Adnan Ensemble from Zubair, Lamas of the Nyingmapa Monastery of Dehra Dun, Son Ma and Ba Manh and Van Tich and Tuong Van, Bahram Mansurov, Maria Mendoza, Hsaio Ming, Ongo Horns and Jingles Ensemble, O-Suwa-Daiko Ensemble, Panpipe Ensemble, Peachtree Orchard Opera Troupe of Quanzhou, Polyphonic Yodel, Sabri Brothers, Thao Salilath, Takht Ensemble of Cairo, Hiralal Yadav and Party, D. Zhantsanchoy.

 

Secret Museum of Mankind, Volume 2: Ethnic Music Classics, 1925-48. Yazoo Records 7005, 1995.

Featuring: Rita Abatzi, Bau In Da Li Ga, John Bhengu, Canario y Su Grupo, Angus Chisholm, Corale Corse, Cuartetto Iberia, C. Benjamin Fernando and H.D. Manuel, Evstratios Kalogeridou, A. Kostis, G. Kurmangaliev, Les Freres Sciallour, Lord Invader, Mahieddine, Nji Iti Narem, Shangaan Choir, Mita Stoycheva, Feituk A. Sumeiyat, Theodore J. Swystun, Prof. Narayanrao Vyas.

Sextetos Cubanos, Volume 1: Sones, 1930. Arhoolie Records CD 7003, 1991.

Featuring: Sexteto Machin, Sexteto Matancero, Sexteto Munamar, Sexteto Nacional.

Sextetos Cubanos: Sones Volume 2. Arhoolie Records CD 7006, 1995.

Featuring: Sexteto Bolona, Sexteto Matancero, Sexteto Nacional, Sexteto Occidente.

World in Our Backyard: Ethnic Music of Our Neighborhoods. Chubby Dragon Records CD 1005, 1997.

Featuring: Atlantic Bridge, Cheres, EcoCumbe, Eletfa, P. Furlong and F. Doherty and F. McCormick and E. O’Leary and B. Dolan, Grupo Huayno, Mazin Hattar and Karam Marjieh and Akram Marjieh, Pepa Koutcheva and Her Singers, Recordar e Viver, Chantra Sukaviriya, Wat Vajiradhammapadip Ensemble, Yuri Yunakov Band.

 

CD large boxed sets:

Driftwood, Jimmie. Americana, Volumes 1-3. Bear Family Records BCD 15465, 1991. 3 disc boxed set.

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Flatt & Scruggs 1948-1959. Bear Family Records BCD 15472, 1991. 4 disc boxed set.

Single Artist LPs:

Box 17: LP Box 1, Acuff-Berline

Acuff, Roy and the Smoky Mountain Boys. Fly Birdie Fly: 1939-41. Rounder Records SS-24, 1988.

Acuff, Roy. King of Country Music: All Time Greatest Hits. Hickory Records LPM 109, [1962].

Acuff, Roy. Night Train to Memphis. Harmony Records HS 11403, [1970].

Acuff, Roy. Roy Acuff: Columbia Historic Edition. Columbia Records FC-39998, 1985.

Acuff, Roy. Smoky Mountain Memories. Hickory Records H3G-4517, 1975.

Acuff, Roy. Wabash Cannonball. Pickwick JS-6162, [1968].

Acuff, Roy. Waiting for My Call to Glory. Harmony Records HS 11334, [1966].

Allen, Red and the Kentuckians. Bluegrass Country. County Records 704, [1963].

Allen, Red and the Kentuckians. Red Allen and the Kentuckians. County Records 710, [1966].

Alpine, Stanley and the Sweet Mountain Boys. Bluegrass Banjo. Buckingham Records PST-756, [1964].

Anderson, Virgil. On the Tennessee Line. County Records 777, 1980.

Anglin Twins and Red [Anglin]. Singing with Guitar Acc. Old Homestead Records OHCS 122, 1979.

Anthony, Fiddlin’ Chubby and Big Timber Bluegrass. Love and Life. Old Homestead Records OHS 90121, 1980.

Appalachian Express. Express Tracks. Rebel Records REB-1674, 1989.

Armstrong Twins. Hillbilly Mandolin. Old Timey Records OT 118, [1979].

Arnold, Eddy. More Eddy Arnold. RCA Camden CAS-563(e), 1960.

Ashby, John and Free State Ramblers. Down on Ashby’s Farm: Fine Old Fiddle Tunes. County Records 745, 1974.

Atkins, Chet. The Best of Chet Atkins. RCA Victor LPM-2887, 1964.

Atkins, Chet. Chet. RCA Camden CAS-2182, 1967.

Atkins, Chet. Country Pickin’. RCA Camden CXS-9006, [1971]. 2 records.

Atkins, Chet and the Atkins String Co. The Night Atlanta Burned. RCA APL1-1233, 1975.

Atkins, Chet and Doc Watson. Reflections. RCA AHL1-3701, 1980.

Auldridge, Mike. Dobro. Takoma Records D-1033, 1972.

Auldridge, Mike and the Seldom Scene and Friends. Eight String Swing. Sugar Hill Records SH-3725, 1982.

Austin, Lonnie and Norman Woodlieff. Lonnie Austin and Norman Woodlieff. Leader Records LEE 4045, 1975.

Baez, Joan. The Joan Baez Ballad Book. Vanguard VSD 41/42, 1972. 2 records.

Bailes Brothers. Early Radio Favorites. Old Homestead Records OHCS 109, 1977.

Bailes Brothers. Early Radio, Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHCS 104, 1977.

Bailey Brothers. Have You Forgotten? The Bailey Brothers: The Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 6. Rounder Records 1018, [1976].

Bailey Brothers and the Happy Valley Boys. Take Me Back to Happy Valley. Rounder Records 0030, 1975.

Baker, Billy. Wise County Special. Mountain and Grass Records UPSI 5902, [1980].

Baker, Kenny and Josh Graves. Bucktime! Puritan Records 5005, 1974.

Baldry, John. It Ain’t Easy. Warner Bros. Records WS 1921, 1971.

Balfa Brothers. Play More Traditional Cajun Music. Jin and Swallow LP 6019, [1975].

Ball, E.C. and Orna Ball. E.C. Ball with Orna Ball and the Friendly Gospel Singers. Rounder Records 0026, 1973.

Ball, E.C. and Orna Ball. Fathers Have a Home Sweet Home. Rounder Records 0072, 1976.

Barnett, Mark. Both Sides of Mark Barnett. Cherish Records CS 12090, n.d.

Barrier Brothers and the Ozark Mountain Boys. Pickin’ and Singin’: From Rare Home Recordings, 1957-58. Old Homestead Records OHCS 108, 1977.

Bashful Brother Oswald. Celebrating 25 Years with Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys on the Grand Ole Opry. Starday Records SLP 192, 1976.

Bashful Brother Oswald. Don’t Say Aloha. Rounder Records 0080, 1978.

Bashful Brother Oswald and Charlie Collins. That’s Country. Rounder Records 0041, 1975.

Beers Family. Introducing the Beers Family: An American Folk Tradition. Columbia Records MS 6705, [1965].

Berline, Byron. Dad’s Favorites. Rounder Records 0100, 1977.

Berline, Byron and John Hickman. Double Trouble. Sugar Hill Records SH-3750, 1986.

Berline, Byron, Sam Bush, Mark O’Connor. In Concert. Mark O’Connor Productions OMAC-2, [1977].

Berline, Byron, Dan Crary, John Hickman. Night Run. Sugar Hill Records SH-3739, 1984.

Berline, Byron, Dan Crary, John Hickman, Steve Spurgin. Now They Are Four… Sugar Hill Records SH-3773, 1989.

 

Box 18: LP Box 2, Bird-Campbell

Bird, Elmer. Bumble Bee Waltz. Hurricane Records NR 19573, 1985. Includes booklet.

Black, Bob. Ladies on the Steamboat. Ridge Runner Records RRR 0018, 1979.

Blackie Cool. Back Memories from Webster-Randolph Counties, West Virginia. Augusta Heritage Records AHR 002, 1984.

Blake, Norman. Blackberry Blossom. Flying Fish Records FF 047, 1977.

Blake, Norman and Tony Rice. Blake and Rice. Rounder Records 0233, 1987.

Blake, Norman and Nancy Blake. Blind Dog. Rounder Records 0254, 1988.

Blake, Norman and the Rising Fawn String Ensemble. Full Moon on the Farm. Rounder Records 0144, 1981. Includes booklet.

Blake Norman. Lighthouse on the Shore. Rounder Records 0211, 1985.

Blake, Norman and the Rising Fawn String Ensemble. Original Underground Music from the Mysterious South. Rounder Records 0166, 1982.

Blake, Norman and the Rising Fawn String Ensemble. The Rising Fawn String Ensemble. Rounder Records 0122, 1979.

Blake, Norman. Whiskey Before Breakfast. Rounder Records 0063, 1976.

Blizard, Ralph and the New Southern Ramblers. Blizard Train. June Appal Records JA 056, 1989. Includes booklet.

Blue Ridge Highballers. Blue Ridge Highballers: Original Recordings of 1926. County Records 407, 1974.

Blue Sky Boys. A Treasury of Rare Song Gems from the Past. Starday Records SLP 205, [1962].

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys. County Records 752, 1976.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys. Rounder Records 0052, 1976.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys (Bill and Earl Bolick). RCA Records AXM2-5525, 1976. 2 records.

Blue Sky Boys. The Blue Sky Boys in Concert, 1964. Rounder Records 0236, 1989.

Blue Sky Boys. Early Sacred Harmony. Anthology of Country Music ACM-21, n.d.

Blue Sky Boys. Presenting the Blue Sky Boys. Capitol Records T-2483, [1966].

Blue Sky Boys. Presenting the Blue Sky Boys. John Edwards Memorial Foundation JEMF-104, 1976.

Blue Sky Boys. The Sunny Side of Life. Rounder Records 1006, 1973.

Blue Sky Boys. Together Again. Starday Records SLP 257, 1975.

Blue Sky Ramblers. Sunny Home in Dixie. Heritage Records 35, 1981.

Bluegrass Meditations. Precious Memories. June Appal Records JA 041, 1982.

Bogtrotters. The Original Bogtrotters, 1937-1942. Biograph Records RC-6003, [1968].

Boxcar Willie. King of the Road: 20 Great Tracks. Warwick Records WW 5084, 1980.

Boys of the Lough. Second Album. Leader Records LER 2090, 1973.

Brady, Rafe. Cherokee Rose. Heritage Records 32, 1981.

Brand, Oscar. Bawdy Songs and Backroom Ballads, Volume 3. Audio Fidelity AFLP 1824, [1956].

Brand, Oscar and the Roger Wilco Four. The Wild Blue Yonder: Songs of Our Fighting Air Force. Elektra Records EKL-168, [1960].

Bray Brothers and Red Cravens. Prairie Bluegrass. Rounder Records 0053, 1976.

Bridger, Bobby. Heal in the Wisdom. Golden Egg Records BB 1001, 1981.

Brown, Milton and His Brownies. Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies, 1934. Texas Rose Records TXR 2706, 1982.

Brown, Milton and His Brownies. Pioneer Western Swing Band, 1935-36. MCA Records MCA-1509, 1982.

Brown’s Ferry Four. 16 Greatest Hits of the Brown’s Ferry Four. Starday Records SD-3017, 1977.

Bryan, James. The First of May. Rounder Records 0215, 1986.

Bryan, James. Lookout Blues. Rounder Records 0175, 1983.

Burnett, Dick and Leonard Rutherford. A Ramblin’ Reckless Hobo. Rounder Records 1004, [1970]. Includes booklet.

Burns, Jethro. Jethro Burns. Flying Fish Records FF 042, 1977.

Burns, Jethro and Red Rector. Old Friends. Rebel Records REB-1626, 1983.

Bushwackers Band. Murrumbridgee. Boot Records BOS 7196, 1979.

Callahan Brothers. The Callahan Brothers. Old Homestead Records OHM 90031, 1975.

Camp Creek Boys. Old-Time String Band. County Records 709, [1967].

Camp Creek Boys. Through the Years. Mountain Records 312, [197?].

Campbell, Alex, Olabelle Campbell, New River Boys. Travel On. Starday Records SLP 342, [1965].

 

Box 19: LP box 3, Carignan-Cockerham

Carignan, Jean. French Canadian Fiddle Songs. Everest Records LEG 120, [1975].

Carignan, Jean. French Canadian Fiddle Songs. Everest Records LEG 120, [1975].

Carlin, Bob. Banging and Sawing. Rounder Records 0197, [1985].

Carlin, Bob, Tony Trischka, Pete Sutherland, Jere Canote. Where Did You Get That Hat? Rounder Records 0172, 1985.

Carolina Tar Heels. The Carolina Tar Heels. Old Homestead Records OHCS 113, 1978.

Carpenter, Fred and Mark O’Connor. Cuttin’ Loose. Grass Mountain Records GM-1004, 1980.

Carpenter, French and Jenes Cottrell. Elzics Farewell: Old-Time Songs and Tunes from Clay County, West Virginia. Kanawha Records 301, 1976.

Carson, Fiddlin’ John. The Old Hen Cackled and the Rooster’s Gonna Crow. Rounder Records 1003, 1973. Includes booklet.

Carter Family. The Carter Family on Border Radio. John Edwards Memorial Foundation JEMF 101, 1972. Includes booklet.

Carter Family. The Famous Carter Family. Harmony Records HS 11332, [1970].

Carter Family. I Walk the Line. Harmony Records HS 11392, 1970.

Carter Family. Lonesome Pine Special. RCA Camden CAL-2473, 1971.

Carter Family. ‘Mid the Green Fields of Virginia. RCA Records ANL1-1107(e), 1963.

Carter Family. More Golden Gems from the Original Carter Family. RCA Camden CAS-2554(e), 1973.

Carter Family. My Old Cottage Home. RCA Records ACL1-0047(e), 1973.

Carter Family. The Original and Great Carter Family. RCA Camden CAL-586, 1962.

Carter Family. The Original Carter Family in Texas. Old Homestead Records OHCS 111, 1978.

Carter, Mother Mabel. Dixie Darling. Mountain Dew Records S7014, n.d.

Cash, Johnny. Country and Western Classics: Johnny Cash. Time-Life Records TLCW-03, 1982. 3 records.

Cassell, Pete. Blind Minstrel, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 336, 1993.

Charlebois, Jeanne D’Arc and Jean Carnigan. Hommage a Madame Bolduc. Philo Records Fl 2014, 1973.

Chicken Chokers. Shoot Your Radio. Rounder Records 0241, 1987.

Childre, Lew. Old Time Get-Together. Starday Records SLP 153, 1975.

Choates, Harry. The Fiddle King of Cajun Swing: His Original 1946-1949 Recordings. Arhoolie Records 5027, [1982].

Choates, Harry. Five-Time Loser. Krazy Kat Records KK 7453, 1990.

Chuck Wagon Gang. Christmas with the Chuck Wagon Gang. Harmony Records HS 11155, [1968].

Chuck Wagon Gang. The Chuck Wagon Gang’s Best. Harmony Records HS 11118, [1964].

Chuck Wagon Gang. Heaven Will Surely Be Worth It All. Harmony Records H 30933, [1981].

Church Brothers. The Church Brothers: The Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 8. Rounder Records 1020, 1981.

Clark, Roy and Buck Trent. Banjo Bandits. ABC Records AY 1084, 1978.

Clark, Roy and Buck Trent. Banjo Bandits. ABC Records AY 1084, 1978.

Clark, Roy. My Music and Me/Vocal and Instrumental. ABC Records DO-207272, 1977. 2 records.

Clements, Vassar. The Bluegrass Session. Flying Fish Records FF 038, 1977.

Clements, Vassar. Crossing the Catskills. Rounder Records 0016, 1973.

Clements, Vassar. Superbow. Mercury Records SRM-1-1058, 1975.

Clements, Vassar and Stephane Grappelli. Together at Last. Flying Fish Records FF 421, 1987.

Clements, Vassar. Vassar Clements. Mercury Records SRM-1-1022, 1975.

Clifton, Bill and the Dixie Mountain Boys. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues. County Records 740, [1973].

Cline, Charlie and the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers. Sunset Is Coming. Old Homestead Records OHS 70037, 1983.

Cline, Curly Ray. Chicken Reel. Rebel Records SLP 1498, [1971].

Cline, Curly Ray. The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter and His Lonesome Pine Fiddle. Melody Records MLP-17, [1969].

Cline, Curly Ray. The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter and His Lonesome Pine Fiddle. Old Homestead Records OHS 90142, 1981.

Cline, Curly Ray. They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree. Rebel Records SLP 1509, [1972].

Cockerham, Fred, Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins. Back Home in the Blue Ridge. County Records 723, [1970]. Includes booklet.

Cockerham, Fred, Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins. Down to the Cider Mill. County Records 713, [1968].

Box 20: LP box 4, Cockerham-Ellis, Red

Cockerham, Fred, Tommy Jarrell, Oscar Jenkins. Down to the Cider Mill. County Records 713, [1968].

Coleman, Michael. Masterpieces by the Greatest Irish Fiddler of Our Time. Shanachie Records 33006, 1979.

Connie and Babe. Connie and Babe: The Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 10. Rounder Records 1022, 1980.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and the Clinch Mountain Clan. A Daisy a Day. Leather Records LBG 7705, 1980.

Cooper, Wilma Lee, Stoney Cooper, the Clinch Mountain Clan. Early Recordings. County Records CCS-103, 1979.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. Radio Broadcasts, 1957-58. Radio Gems RG-3, [1985].

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. Sing the Carter Family’s Greatest Hits. Starday Records SD-980, 1977.

Cooper, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper. Walking My Lord Up Calvary Hill. Highland Music HLP-348, 1990.

Cormier, Joseph. Joseph Cormier. Rounder Records 7001, 1974.

Country Gazette. The Sunny Side of the Mountain. Transatlantic Records TRA 318, 1976.

Crary, Dan. Bluegrass Guitar. American Heritage Music AH-401-27, [1970].

Crary, Dan. Guitar. Sugar Hill Records SH-3730, 1983.

Crary, Dan. Lady’s Fancy. Rounder Records 0099, 1977.

Crary, Dan. Sweet Southern Girl. Sugar Hill Records SH-3707, 1979.

Crisp, Rufus. Rufus Crisp. Folkways Records FA 2342, 1972. Includes booklet.

Cross, Mike. Live and Kickin’. Sugar Hill Records SH-1005, 1981.

Crowe, J.D. and the New South. The New South. Rounder Records 0044, 1975.

Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters. Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters. County Records 524, [1972].

Dalglish, Malcom and Grey Larsen. Banish Misfortune. June Appal Records JA 016, 1977.

Dane, Barbara. Barbara Dane. Tradition Records TR 2072, [1959].

Davenport, Clyde. Clydeoscope: Rare and Beautiful Tunes from the Cumberland Plateau. County Records 788, 1986.

David Grisman Quintet. The David Grisman Quintet. Kaleidoscope Records F-5, 1977.

Davis, Luther, Roscoe Parish, Leone Parish. The Old Time Way. Heritage Records 070, 1986. Includes booklet.

Delmore Brothers. Brown’s Ferry Blues: 1933-41 Recordings. County Records 402, [1971].

Delmore Brothers. The Delmore Brothers. Old Time Classics LP-6002, [197?].

Dickens, Little Jimmy. Straight…From the Heart, 1949-55. Rounder Records SS-26, 1989.

Dillard, Doug. Duelin’ Banjo. 20th Century Records T-409, 1973.

Dillards and Byron Berline. Pickin’ and Fiddlin’. Elektra Records EKS-7285, 1965.

Dixie Gentlemen and Tut Taylor. Blues and Bluegrass. Old Homestead Records OHS 90024, 1973.

Dixon Brothers. Beyond Black Smoke. Country Turtle Records 6000, [1973].

Dixon Brothers. The Dixon Brothers (Howard and Dorsey), Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 151, 1983.

Dixon Brothers. The Dixon Brothers (Howard and Dorsey), Volume 4. Old Homestead Records OHCS 179, 1987.

Douglas, Jerry. Fluxedo. Rounder Records 0112, 1982.

Douglas, Jerry. Fluxology. Rounder Records 0093, 1979.

Driftwood, Jimmie. The Battle of New Orleans. RCA Records LPM-1635, [1958].

Dry Branch Fire Squad. Fertile Ground. Rounder Records 0258, 1989.

Dyer-Bennet, Richard. Richard Dyer-Bennet 5. Dyer-Bennet Records SDYB 5764, 1958.

Dykes “Magic City” Trio. String Band Classics, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 191, 1987.

Dylan, Bob. New Morning. Columbia Records KC 30290, [1970].

East Texas Serenaders. The East Texas Serenaders, 1927-1936. County Records 410, [1977].

East Texas String Ensemble. The East Texas String Ensemble from Nacogdoches. E-Heart Press RHBP-301, [198?].

East Virginia. Pathways of Tradition. Rounder Records 0134, 1980.

Easter Brothers and Their Green Valley Quartet. Easter Brothers: Green Valley Quartet. County Records 716, [1968].

Ecker, Douglas, Joyce Desmarais, Lorraine Lee, Rick Lee, Bob McQuillen. More Path Rent: Hammer Dulcimer Tunes. Eckerworks EW 001, 1976.

Edmonds, Norman. Train on the Island: Traditional Blue Ridge Mountain Fiddling. Davis Unlimited Records DU-33002, [197?].

Eighth Avenue String Band. 8th Avenue String Band. Eighth Avenue String Band EASB 008, n.d.

Ellis, Red. A Soldier’s Dream. Old Homestead Records OHCS 321, 1987.

 

Box 21: LP box 5: Ellis, Tony-Graves

Ellis, Tony. Dixie Banner. Flying Fish Records FF 444, 1987.

Emerson, Bill and His Virginia Mountaineers. Banjo Pickin’ n’ Hot Fiddlin’, Country Style. Coronet Records CXS-188, [1963].

Everly Brothers. EB 84. Mercury Records 822 431-1 M-1, 1984.

Fairchild, Raymond. King of the Smoky Mountain Banjo Players. Rural Rhythm Records RRRF-254, 1976.

Fairchild, Raymond. The Legendary Raymond Fairchild Plays “Little Zane.” Skyline Records SR-003, 1981.

Farr Brothers. Texas Crapshooter. John Edwards Memorial Foundation JEMF-107, 1978. Includes booklet.

Field Trip. Beautiful. Ruby Records 25823-1, 1989.

Fink, Cathy and Friends. Grandma Slid Down the Mountain. Rounder Records 8010, 1987. Includes booklet.

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. 20 All-Time Great Recordings in a Deluxe 2-Record Set. Columbia Records CG 30, [1976]. 2 records.

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. At Carnegie Hall. Columbia Records CS 8845, 1963.

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Blue Ridge Cabin Home. Columbia Special Products P 14370, 1978.

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Country and Western Classics: Flatt and Scruggs. Time-Life Records TLCW-04, 1982. 3 records.

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Flatt and Scruggs. Everest Records FS-259, [1972].

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Flatt and Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys. Harmony Records HS 11314, [1969].

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Foggy Mountain Banjo. Columbia Limited Edition LE 10043, [1963].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Foggy Mountain Chimes. Harmony Records HS 11401, [1970].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. The Golden Era. Rounder Records SS-05, 1977.

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys. The Golden Years. Columbia Special Products P 13810, 1977.

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Hard Travelin’. Columbia Records CS 8751, 1963.

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, the Foggy Mountain Boys. The Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs Album (With the Foggy Mountain Boys). Pickwick JS-6093, [1970].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Pickin’, Strummin’ and Singin’: The Versatile Flatt and Scruggs. Columbia Records CL 2354, [1965].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Recorded Live at Vanderbilt University. Columbia Records CS 2134, [1964].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Sacred Songs. Harmony Records HS 11202, [1967].

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, the Foggy Mountain Boys. Songs of the Famous Carter Family. Columbia Records CS 8464, [1961].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. Songs to Cherish. Harmony Records HS 11265, [1968].

Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson. Strictly Instrumental. Columbia Special Products P 17700, [1967].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. The Vintage Years: Flatt and Scruggs, Volume 1. Collector’s Classics CC LP-9, [1976].

Flatt, Lester and Earl Scruggs. The Vintage Years: Flatt and Scruggs, Volume 2. Collector’s Classics CC LP-10, [1976].

Fleck, Bela. Double Time. Rounder Records 0181, 1984.

Fleck, Bela. Natural Bridge. Rounder Records 0146, 1982.

Florida Boys. On the Right Track. Canaan Records CAS-9876, 1981.

Foot Hill Boys. Bluegrass in the Carolina Mountains. County Records 731, [1972].

Forbes Family. Gleams of That Golden Morning. Rebel Records REB-1631, 1984.

Fox, Curly. Champion Fiddler Curly Fox, Volume 1. Rural Rhythm Records RRCF-251, 1972.

Fox, Curly. Champion Fiddler Curly Fox, Volume 2. Rural Rhythm Records RRCF-252, [1972].

Fraley, J.P. and Annadeene Fraley. Wild Rose of the Mountain. Rounder Records 0037, 1974.

Furtado, Tony. Swamped. Rounder Records 0277, 1990.

Galbraith, Art. Dixie Blossoms. Rounder Records 0133, 1980.

Galbraith, Art and Gordon McCann. Simple Pleasures: Old Time Fiddling from the Ozarks. Rounder Records 0157, [1986]. Includes booklet.

George, Franklin. Traditional Music for Banjo, Fiddle and Bagpipes. Kanawha Records 307, 1967.

Georgia Yellow Hammers. The Moonshine Hollow Band. Rounder Records 1032, 1979.

Graves, Josh and Red Taylor. Living Legends. Old Homestead Records OHS 90159, 1983.

 

Box 22: LP Box 6: Grayson-Hillman

Grayson, G.B. and Henry Whitter. Early Classics, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 157, 1984.

Grayson, G.B. and Henry Whitter. Early Classics, Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHCS 165, 1984.

Grayson, G.B. and Henry Whitter. Grayson and Whitter: Early Recordings, 1928-1930. County Records 513, n.d.

Greene, Joe. Joe Greene’s Fiddle Album. County Records 722, [1969].

Greene, Richard. Duets. Rounder Records 0075, 1977.

Greene, Richard. Ramblin’. Rounder Records 0110, 1979.

Grisman, David. The David Grisman Rounder Album. Rounder Records 0069, 1976.

Grisman, David. David Grisman’s Acoustic Christmas. Rounder Records 0190, 1983.

Grisman, David. David Grisman’s Dawg Grass/Dawg Jazz. Warner Bros. Records 1-23804, 1983.

Grisman, David. Early Dawg. Sugar Hill Records SH-3713, 1980.

Grisman, David. Home Is Where the Heart Is. Rounder Records 0251, 1988. 2 records.

Grisman, David. Hot Dawg. Horizon Music SP 731, 1979.

Grisman, David. Quintet ’80. Warner Bros. Records BSK 3469, 1980.

Guthrie, Arlo. The Best of Arlo Guthrie. Warner Bros. Records BSK 3117, 1977.

Guthrie, Arlo and Pete Seeger. Precious Friend. Warner Bros. Records 2BSK 3644, 1982. 2 records.

Guthrie, Woody, Cisco Houston, Sonny Terry. The Early Years. Tradition Records TR 2088, [1964].

Guthrie, Woody and Leadbelly. Folkways: The Original Vision. Smithsonian/Folkways Records SF 40001, 1989.

Guthrie, Woody. In Memoriam. Tradition Records TR 2058, [1967].

 Guthrie, Woody. Struggle. Smithsonian/Folkways Records SF 40025, 1990. Includes booklet.

Guthrie, Woody, Leadbelly, Cisco Houston, Sonny Terry, Bess Hawes. Woody Guthrie Sings Folk Songs with Leadbelly, Cisco Houston, Sonny Terry, Bess Hawes. Smithsonian/Folkways Records SF 40007, 1989.

Haggard, Merle. Amber Waves of Grain. Epic Records FE 40224, 1985.

Hall, Roy and the Blue Ridge Entertainers. Roy Hall and His Blue Ridge Entertainers. County Records 406, [197?]. Includes booklet.

Hall, Tom T. Tom T. Hall… The Storyteller. Mercury Records SR 61368, 1972.

Hammons Family. A Study of a West Virginia Family’s Traditions. Archive of Folk Song AFS L65-L66, 1973. 2 records.

Hausenfluck, Harold and Abe Horton. Cornbread, Molasses, and Sassafras Tea. Heritage Records 23, 1978.

Harrell, Bill and the Virginians. Walking in the Early Morning Dew. Rebel Records REB-1620, 1983.

Harrell, Kelly and the Virginia String Band. Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band. County Records 408, 1975.

Hartford, John. Aereo-Plain. Warner Bros. Records WS 1916, 1971.

Hartford, John. Gum Tree Canoe. Flying Fish Records FF 289, 1984.

Henderson, Wayne, Ray Cline, Herb Key. Guitar Pickin’ with Herb Key. Heritage Records 9, 1977.

Hensley, Walter. Pickin’ on New Grass. Rebel Records SLP 1488, [1969].

Hicks, Bobby. Texas Crapshooter. County Records 772, 1978.

Highwoods String Band. Fire on the Mountain. Rounder Records 0023, 1973.

Hill-Billies. The Hill-Billies. County Records 772, 1978. Includes booklet.

Hillman, Chris. Clear Sailin’. Asylum Records 7E-1104, 1977.

Hillman, Chris. Morning Sky. Sugar Hill Records SH-3729, 1982.

 

Box 23: LP Box 7:Hired Hands -Judds

Hired Hands, Snuffy Jenkins, Pappy Sherrill. Something Special. Old Homestead Records OHS 90193, 1989.

Hofner, Adolph. South Texas Swing: His Early Recordings, 1935-1955. Arhoolie Records 5020, 1980.

Hoiles, Jim, John Barnhart, Bruce Weiss. Fiddlers Three. Crusade Enterprises LP S 1604, 1982.

Holcomb, Roscoe and Wade Ward. The Music of Roscoe Holcomb and Wade Ward. Folkways Records FA 2363, 1962. Includes booklet.

Hollow Rock String Band. Matchbox Country Series, Volume 8: Hollow Rock String Band: Traditional Dance Tunes. Saydisc Specialized Recordings SDM 241, 1973.

Hollow Rock String Band. The Hollow Rock String Band. Rounder Records 0024, 1974.

Home Folks. Last Chance. June Appal Records JA 033, 1980. Includes booklet.    

Hoosier Hot Shots. Are You Ready, Hezzie? Sandy Hook Records S.H. 2086, 1984.

Howard, Clint. Favorites of Clint Howard – Doc Watson and the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys. Rutabaga Records RR-3010, 1988.

Howard, Clint. Looking Off Down the Road. Old Homestead Records OHS 80060, 1983.

Howard, Clint and Fred Price. The Ballad of Finley Preston. Rounder Records 0009, 1972.

Howard, Clint. Way Down in My Cabin Home. Old Homestead Records OHS 90177, 1987.

Howard, Lake. The Singing Farmer. County Records 409, 1977.

Hunter, Thomas (Tommy) Hal. Deep in Tradition. June Appal Records 007, 1976.

Hutchison, Frank. The Train that Carried My Girl from Town. Rounder Records 1007, [1974].

Ingo, Gus. Gus Ingo’s Mandolin Album. Heritage Records 20, 1979.

Iron Mountain String Band. The Iron Mountain String Band: An Old Time Southern Mountain String Band. Folkways Records FA 2473, 1973. Includes booklet.

Jackson, Carl. Banjo Man: A Tribute to Earl Scruggs. Sugar Hill Records SH-3715, 1980.

Jackson, Mahalia. Make a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord. Columbia Records CS 8736, 1962.

Jackson, Tommy and Pete Wade. Twin Fiddles Play Country’s Greatest Waltzes. Cumberland Records MCG-29530, 1965.

Jackson, Aunt Molly. Aunt Molly Jackson: Library of Congress Recordings. Rounder Records 1002, [1972]. Includes booklet.

James [Carson] and Martha [Carson]. Early Gospel Greats. Anthology of Country Music ACM-18, [1985].

Jarrell, Tommy, Kyle Creed, Audine Lineberry, Bobby Patterson. June Apple. Heritage Records 38, 1972.

Jarrell, Tommy, Chester McMillan, Andy Cahan. Pickin’ on Tommy’s Porch. County Records 778, [1984].

Jarrell, Tommy. Rainbow Sign. County Records 791, 1986.

Jarrell, Tommy. Sail Away Ladies. County Records 756, 1976. Includes booklet.

Jenkins, Snuffy and Pappy Sherrill. 33 Years of Pickin’ and Pluckin’. Rounder Records 0005, [1971].

Jenkins, Snuffy and Pappy Sherrill. Carolina Bluegrass. Arhoolie Records 5011, [1962].

Jenkins, Snuffy and Pappy Sherrill. Crazy Water Barn Dance. Rounder Records 0059, 1976.

Jim [McReynolds] and Jesse [McReynolds]. Mandolin Workshop. Hilltop Recording HT 202, [1972].

John Renbourn Group. A Maid in Bedlam. Shanachie Records 79004, 1977.

John Renbourn Group. Live in America. Flying Fish Records FC 27103, 1982. 2 records.

Johnnie [Wright] and Jack [Anglin]. Here’s Johnny and Jack. Vocalion Records VL 73832, 1973.

Johnnie [Wright], Jack [Anglin], Kitty Wells. Johnnie and Jack Featuring Kitty Wells. Golden Country LP-2205, [1978].

Johnson, Earl and His Clodhoppers. Red Hot Breakdown. County Records 543, 1976.

Johnson, Herman. National Champion. John’s 677805, 1978.

Johnson, John. Fiddlin’ John. Augusta Heritage Records AHR 001, 1982.

Jones, Bob. Hits Made Famous by Cowboy Copas Sung by Bob Jones. Coronet Records CXS-195, [196?].

Jones, Grandpa. 24 Great Country Songs That Will Live Forever. King Records 967, 1975.

Jones, Grandpa. Family Album. CMH Records CMH-9015, 1979. 2 records.

Jones, Grandpa. Pickin’ Time. Vocalion Records VL 73900, [196?].

Judds. Christmas Time. RCA Records 6422-1-R, 1987.

Judds. Rockin’ with the Rhythm. RCA Records AHL1-7042, 1985.

Judds. Why Not Me. RCA Records AHL1-5319, 1984.

 

Box 24: LP Box 8: Karl & Harty-Mac 

Karl and Harty and the Cumberland Ridge Runners. Karl and Harty with the Cumberland Ridge Runners. Old Homestead Records OHCS 137, [1986].

Kendalls. Greatest Hits. K-tel Records NU 9820, 1981.

Kendalls. Heaven’s Just a Sin Away. Ovation Records OV-1719, 1976.

Kershaw, Doug. Spanish Moss. Warner Bros. Records WS 1861, 1970.

Kessinger, Clark. Clark Kessinger, Volume 2: Sweet Bunch of Daisies. County Records 747, 1966.

Kessinger, Clark. Old-Time Music with Fiddle and Guitar. Rounder Records 0004, 1972.

Kessinger, Clark. The Legend of Clark Kessinger. County Records 733, [1971].

King, Joe Edd and the Country Boys. Joe Edd: Fiddle Tunes by Joe Edd King with the Country Boys. Heritage Records 11, 1976.

Kirkhuff, Jehile. Autumn Breeze. Jehile Kirkhuff Old-Time Music Fund JK 1, 1982.

Kottke, Leo. Ice Water. Capitol Records ST-11262, 1974.

Kottke, Leo. Leo Kottke. Chrysalis Records CHR 1106, 1976.

Kweskin, Jim and the Jug Band. Greatest Hits. Vanguard VSD-13/14, 1970. 2 records.

Landers, Jake. Jake Landers: Singer/Writer. Old Homestead Records OHS 90073, 1976.

Landry, Ned. The Best of Ned Landry. RCA Camden CL-50015, 1981.

Larsen, Grey. The Gathering: Original Instrumentals. Sugar Hill Records SH/PS-1133, 1986.

Lawson, Doyle and Quicksilver. Heavenly Treasures. Sugar Hill Records SH-3735, 1983.

Lawson, Doyle and Quicksilver. Heaven’s Joy Awaits: A Cappella Quartets. Sugar Hill Records SH-3760, 1987.

Lawson, Doyle. Tennessee Dream. County Records 766, 1977.

Leake County Revelers. Saturday Night Breakdown: 1927-1930 Recordings. County Records 532, 1975.

Ledford String Band. Ledford String Band. Rounder Records 0008, 1972.

Leftwich, Brad, Linda Higginbotham, Mark Ritchie, Bob Herring. No One to Bring Home Tonight. County Records 790, 1984.

Lewis Family. 16 Greatest Hits. Starday Records SD-3019, 1977.

Lewis, Jerry Lee. Touching Home. Mercury Records SR 61343, [1971].

Light Crust Doughboys. 50 Years of Texas Style Music, 1931-1981: Golden Anniversary Album. Doughboy Records DR-1003, 1981.

Lilly Brothers. Bluegrass Breakdown. Rounder Records SS-01, [1963].

Lilly Brothers, Don Stover. Early Recordings. County Records 729, [1970].

Lilly Brothers. What Will I Leave Behind. County Records 742, 1973.

Lomax, Alan. Texas Folk Songs Sung by Alan Lomax. Tradition Records TLP 1029, [1958].

Lonesome Pine Fiddlers. 14 Mountain Songs Featuring 5-String Banjo. Starday Records SLP 155, 1976.

Lonesome Pine Fiddlers. Volume 1: Early Bluegrass. Old Homestead Records OHCS 127, 1979.

Lonzo and Oscar. The Best of Lonzo and Oscar. CMI Records CMI 1013, 1977.

Louvin Brothers. Songs That Tell a Story. Rounder Records 1030, 1978.

Louvin Brothers. The Louvin Brothers. Rounder Records SS-07, [1978].

Luderin Darbone’s Hackberry Ramblers. Louisiana Cajun Music. Arhoolie Records F5003, [1963].

Luke Smathers String Band. Mountain Swing. June Appal Records JA 024, 1977.

Lulu Belle and Scotty. Sweethearts Still. Starday Records SLP 351, 1975.

Lundy, Emmett W. Fiddle Tunes from Grayson County, Virginia. String Records STR 802, 1977. Includes booklet.

Lundy, Ted and the Southern Mountain Boys. The Old Swinging Bridge. Rounder Records 0020, 1973.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar, George Pegram, Red Parham. Music from South Turkey Creek. Rounder Records 0065, 1976.

Lunsford, Bascom Lamar. Smoky Mt. Ballads. Folkways Records FA 2040, 1953. Includes booklet.

Mac [Lester McFarland] and Bob [Robert A. Gardner]. Mac and Bob’s Great Old Songs: Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 158, 1985.

 

Box 25: LP Box 9: Macon-Martin

Macon, Uncle Dave. Early Recordings. County Records 521, [1971].

Macon, Uncle Dave and the Fruit Jar Drinkers. Go Long Mule. County Records 545, [197?].

Macon, Uncle Dave. Hill Billie Blues: Volume 3. Old Homestead Records OHCS 184, 1989.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Just from Tennessee. Old Homestead Records OHCS 185, 1993.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy. Old Homestead Records OHCS 148, 1983.

Macon, Uncle Dave. Laugh Your Blues Away. Rounder Records 1028, 1979.

Macon, Uncle Dave. The Dixie Dewdrop. Vetco Records LP 101, [197?]

Macon, Uncle Dave. Volume 2. Vetco Records LP 105, 1974.

Maddox Brothers and Rose [Maddox]. 1946-1951, Volume 1. Arhoolie Records 5016, 1976.

Maddox Brothers and Rose [Maddox]. Maddox Brothers and Rose. Wrangler Records WR-1003, [1962].

Maddox, Rose. Rose Maddox Sings Bluegrass. Stetson Records HAT 3029, 1962.

Maddox, Rose. Sing a Little Song of Heartache. Hilltop Recording JS 6163, [1975].

Maddox, Rose and the Vern Williams Band. This Is Rose Maddox. Arhoolie Records 5024, 1981.

Mainer, J.E. J.E. Mainer at Home with Family and Friends, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 146, 1983.

Mainer, J.E. J.E. Mainer with Friends at Home, Volume 2: A Tribute. Old Homestead Records OHCS 147, 1983.

Mainer, J.E. and the Mountaineers. The Gospel of J.E. Mainer and the Mountaineers, Volume 18. Rural Rhythm Records RR-JEM-248, 1972.

Mainer, J.E. The Legendary J.E. Mainer, Volume 4. Rural Rhythm Records RRJE 208, [1968].

Mainer, J.E. The Legendary J.E. Mainer, Volume 5. Rural Rhythm Records RRJE 215, [1968].

Mainer, J.E. The Legendary J.E. Mainer, Volume 8. Rural Rhythm Records RRJEM 227, [1970].

Mainer, J.E. The Legendary J.E. Mainer, Volume 12. Rural Rhythm Records RRJEM 231, [1970].

Mainer, Wade and the Sons of the Mountaineers. Early and Great, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 149, 1983.

Mainer, Wade. Early and Great, Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHCS 150, 1983.

Mainer, Wade. Early and Great, Volume 3: Sacred Songs. Old Homestead Records OHCS 194, 1993.

Mainer, Wade and the Sons of the Mountaineers. Early Radio, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 124, 1984.

Mainer, Wade, Julia Mainer, Leon Mainer. Family Album. Old Homestead Records OHS 70034, 1982.

Mainer, Wade. From the Maple to the Hill. Old Homestead Records OHTRS 4000, 1976. 2 records.

Mainer, Wade. Old Time Banjo Tunes. Old Homestead Records OHS 90168, 1984.

Mainer, Wade. Old Time Songs. Old Homestead Records OHS 90123, 1980.

Mainer, Wade and the Sons of the Mountaineers. Rock of My Soul. Old Homestead Records OHM 90001, 1972.

Mainer, Wade. Sacred Songs of Mother and Home: A Tribute to Wade Mainer, the Son of a Mountaineer. Old Homestead Records OHM 90001, 1972.

Mainer, Wade and the Sons of the Mountaineers. The Songs of Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers: Recorded 1936-42. County Records 404, 1973.

Mainer, Wade and the Mainer Mountaineers. Wade Mainer and the Mainer Mountaineers. Old Homestead Records OHS 90002, 1972.

Mainer’s Mountaineers. Good Ole’ Mountain Music: Mainer’s Mountaineers. King Records KLP-666, [1959].

Mainer’s Mountaineers. J.E. Mainer’s Crazy Mountaineers, Volume 1. Old Timey Records OT 106, [1969].

Mainer’s Mountaineers. J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Volume 2. Old Timey Records OT 107, [1969].

Manson, Eddy. Ping Pong Percussion and the Harmonica. Diplomat Records RFM 65, [196?].

Martin, Asa and the Cumberland Rangers. Dr. Ginger Blue: Timely Old Tunes. Rounder Records 0034, 1974. Includes booklet.

Martin, Benny. The Fiddle Collection. CMH Records CMH-9006, 1976. 2 records.

Martin, Jimmy, Paul Williams, J.D. Crowe, the Sunny Mountain Boys. Big Jam Session. Old Homestead Records OHCS 159, 1984.

Martin, Jimmy and Ralph Stanley. First Time Together. Gusto Records GT-0077, 1980.

Martin, Jimmy. Jimmy Martin’s Greatest Bluegrass Hits. Gusto Records GT-0003, 1978.

Martin, Jimmy. You Don’t Know My Mind. Rounder Records SS-21, 1990.

Martin, Mac and the Dixie Travelers. Dixie Bound. County Records 743, 1974.

 

Box 26: LP Box 10: McCoury-Monroe

McCoury Brothers. The McCoury Brothers. Rounder Records 0230, 1987.

McCoy, Charlie. The Fastest Harp in the South. Monument Records KZ 32749, 1973.

McCurdy, Ed. Folk Songs and Hootenanny. Premier Albums S-122, [1964?].

McCurdy, Ed. Folk Songs Featuring Ed McCurdy. Coronet Records CXS-168, [1962].

McCutcheon, John. Fine Times at Our House. Greenhays Records GR710, 1982.

McCutcheon, John. Gonna Rise Again. Rounder Records 0222, 1987. Includes booklet.

McCutcheon, John and Si Kahn. Signs of the Times. Rounder Records 4017, 1986. Includes booklet.

McCutcheon, John. Step by Step. Rounder Records 0216, 1986. Includes booklet.

McGee Brothers and Arthur Smith. Milk ‘em in the Evening Blues. Folkways Records FTS 31007, 1968.

McGee Brothers and Arthur Smith. Mountain Songs and Instrumentals. Folkways Records FA 2379, 1964. Includes booklet.

McGee, Dennis, Sady Courville, Ernest Fruge. The Early Recordings of Dennis McGee. Morning Star Records 45002, 1977. Includes booklet.

McGee, Kirk. Mister Kirk: 54 Years of Country Pickin’. Omba Records NR 11331, [1980].

McGee, Sam, Elmer Boswell, Clifton McGee. Flat-Top Pickin’ Sam McGee. MBA Records LP-MBA-606-S, [197?].

McGee, Sam. Grand Dad of the Country Guitar Pickers. Arhoolie Records 5012, [1971].

McGee, Sam and Kirk McGee. Old Time Songs and Guitar Tunes: Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 170, 1985.

McGee, Sam, Kirk McGee, the Crook Brothers. Opry Old Timers. Starday Records SLP 182, 1975.

McGee, Sam and Kirk McGee. Whoop ‘Em Up Cindy. Guest Star Records GS 1501, 1960.

Meadows, Joe. West Virginia Fiddler. Old Homestead Records OHS 90076, 1977.

Metamora. The Great Road. Sugar Hill Records SH/PS-1134, 1987.

Miller, Jim. Hills and Hollers: Hammered Dulcimer and Guitar Duets. June Appal Records JA 048, 1984.

Miller, Roger. Dang Me. Smash Records MGS 27049, [1964].

Miller, Roger. Dear Folks Sorry I Haven’t Written Lately. Columbia Records KC 32449, 1973.

Miller, Roger. The Return of Roger Miller. Smash Records MGS 27061, [1964].

Miller, Roger. Wild Child. Starday Records SLP 318, [1965].

Mitchell, French. First Fiddle. Elderberry Records ER 003, 1983. Includes booklet.

Monroe Brothers. Early Blue Grass Music by the Monroe Brothers. RCA Camden CAL-774, 1963.

Monroe Brothers. Feast Here Tonight. RCA Records AXM2-5510, 1975. 2 records.

Monroe Brothers. The Monroe Brothers. Old Time Classics OTC-6003, [198?].

Monroe, Bill and His Blue Grass Boys. 16 All-Time Greatest Hits. Columbia Records CS 1065, [1970].

Monroe, Bill. Bill Monroe’s Greatest Hits. MCA Records MCA-17, 1973.

Monroe, Bill. Bill Monroe’s Uncle Pen. MCA Records MCA-500, 1972.

Monroe, Bill and His Blue Grass Boys. Blue Grass Style. Vocalion Records VL 37870, [1970].

Monroe, Bill. Blue Grass Time. MCA Records MCA-116, 1980.

Monroe, Bill. Master of Bluegrass. MCA Records MCA-5214, 1981.

Monroe, Bill and the Blue Grass Boys. Sings Country Songs. Vocalion Records VL 73702, [1964].

Monroe, Bill and His Blue Grass Boys. The Classic Bluegrass Recordings, Volume 1. County Records CCS-104, 1980.

Monroe, Bill and His Blue Grass Boys. The Father of Blue Grass Music. RCA Records CAL-719, 1962. In the incorrect case.

Monroe, Bill and His Blue Grass Boys. The Great Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys. Harmony Records HS 11335, [1969].

Monroe, Bill, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs. The Original Bluegrass Band. Rounder Records SS-06, 1978.

Monroe, Charlie. Charlie Monroe on the Noon-Day Jamboree. County Records 538, 1974.

Monroe, Charlie and His Boys. The Early Years. Old Homestead Records OHCS 133, [198?].

Monroe, Charlie and the Kentucky Pardners. The Songs of Charlie Monroe and the Kentucky Pardners: Vintage Radio Recordings from 1944. County Records 539, 1974.

Monroe, Charlie. Who’s Calling You Sweetheart Tonight. RCA Camden CAS-2310(e), 1969.

Box 27: LP Box 11: Moody-Pentangle

Moody, Clyde “Carolina.” White House Blues. Rebel Records REB-1672, 1989.

Moore, Charlie, Bill Napier, the Dixie Partners, Al Elliott. Charlie Moore with Bill Napier and the Dixie Partners. Old Homestead Records OHCS 121, 1978.

Morris Brothers and Homer Sherrill. Wiley, Zeke and Homer. Rounder Records 0022, 1973.

Morrison, Harold and the Maple Hill Boys. Blue Grass Classics. Old Homestead Records OHCS 162, 1984.

Mountain Ramblers. The Mountain Ramblers. County Records 720, [1969].

Muldaur, Maria, Josh Rifkin, Even Dozen Jug Band. Jug Band Music and Rags of the South. Everest Records FS 339, 1978.

Mullican, Moon. The Unforgettable Moon Mullican Plays and Sings His Greatest Hits. Starday Records SLP 398, 1977.

Munde, Alan. Alan Munde’s Banjo Sandwich. Ridge Runner Records RRR 0001, 1975.

Nashville String Band. Identified. RCA Records LSP-4472, 1971.

New Lost City Ramblers. 20th Anniversary Concert. Flying Fish Records FF 090, 1986.

New Lost City Ramblers. Modern Times. Folkways Records FTS 31027, 1968.

New Lost City Ramblers. String Band Instrumentals. Folkways Records FA 2492, 1964. Includes booklet.

New Lost City Ramblers. The New Lost City Ramblers, Volume 2. Folkways Records FA 2397, 1960. Includes booklet.

New Lost City Ramblers. The New Lost City Ramblers, Volume 3. Folkways Records FA 2398, 1961. Includes booklet.

Newman, Jimmy C. Cajun Country. Delta Records DLP-1144, 1981.

North Carolina Ramblers. The North Carolina Ramblers. Biograph Records BLP-6005, 1972.

Oak Ridge Boys. Y’All Come Back Saloon. ABC Records DO-2093, 1977.

O’Connor, Mark. Pickin’ in the Wind. Rounder Records 0068, 1987.

O’Connor, Mark. Soppin’ the Gravy. Rounder Records 0137, 1981.

O’Day, Molly. In Memory. Old Homestead Records OHS 196, 1990.

O’Kanes. The O’Kanes. CBS Records 40459, 1986.

Old Americans. Dream of Yesterday. Queen City 80290, [197?].

Old Virginia Fiddlers. Old Time Fiddle Music from Patrick County, Virginia. County Records 201, 1977. Includes booklet.

Osborne Brothers. Bluegrass Express. MCA Records CB-20003, 1973.

Osborne Brothers. Modern Sounds of Bluegrass Music. Decca Records DL 74903, [1967].

Osborne Brothers and Mac Wiseman. The Essential Bluegrass Album. CMH Records CMH-9016, 1979. 2 records.

Osborne Brothers and Red Allen. The Osborne Brothers and Red Allen. Rounder Records SS-03, 1977.

Osborne, Uncle Charlie. Relics and a Treasure. June Appal Records JA 049, 1985. Includes booklet.

Ossian. Light on a Distant Shore. Iona Records IR009, 1986. Includes booklet.

Ostroushko, Peter. Sluz Duz Music: Original American Dance Tunes with an Old World Flavor. Rounder Records 0204, 1985.

Park, Ray. Fiddletown. Sierra Records SR 1982, 1982.

Parker, Byron and His Mountaineers. Bluegrass Roots. Old Homestead Records OHCS 169, 1985.

Parmley, David. I Know a Good Thing. Sugar Hill Records SH-3777, 1989.

Parton, Dolly. Country Music: Dolly Parton. Time-Life Records STW-107, 1981.

Patterson, Ray and Ina Patterson. Volume 2: Old Time Songs. County Records 715, [1969].

Patterson, Ray and Ina Patterson. Volume 3: Songs of Home and Childhood. County Records 737, 1973.

Pegram, George. George Pegram. Rounder Records 0001, [1970].

Pentangle. Cruel Sister. Reprise Records RS 6430, 1970.

 

Box 28: LP Box 12: Phillips-Ryan 

Phillips, Todd. Released. Varrick Records 011, 1984.

Pine Ridge Boys. No I’ll Never Be Lonely. Demco Recordings 14459-14450, [1965]. In the incorrect case.  

Pine River Boys with Maybelle [Harris]. Out Back. Heritage Records 3, 1974.

Poole, Charlie and the North Carolina Ramblers. Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Volume 4. County Records 540, [1976].

Poole, Charlie and the North Carolina Ramblers. Old Time Songs Recorded from 1925-1930: Volume 1. County Records 505, [197?].

Poole, Charlie and the North Carolina Ramblers. Old Time Songs Recorded from 1925-1930: Volume 2. County Records 509, [197?].

Poole, Charlie. The Legend of Charlie Poole. County Records 516, [1968].

Prine, John. Prime Prine. Atlantic Records SD 18202, 1976.

Proffitt, Frank. Frank Proffitt. Folk-Legacy Records FSA-1, 1962. Includes booklet.

Puckett, Riley. Old Time Greats, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 114, 1978.

Puckett, Riley. Old Time Greats, Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHCS 174, 1986.

Puckett, Riley. Waitin’ for the Evening Mail. County Records 411, [1978].

Ramito. Ramito Sings Folk Music of Puerto Rico. Ansonia Records ALP 7, [1951]. 10” record.

Randolph, Boots. Country Boots. Monument Records MC 6617, 1974.

Raney, Wayne. We Need a Lot More of Jesus. Old Homestead Records OHCS 308, 1982.

Red Clay Ramblers. Sam Shepard’s Far North. Sugar Hill Records SH-8502, 1989.

Red Clay Ramblers. The Music of Sam Shepard’s ALie of the Mind. Sugar Hill Records SH-8501, 1986.

Red Fox Chasers. Red Fox Chasers. County Records 510, [1967].

Reed, Blind Alfred. How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live? Rounder Records 1001, 1972. Includes booklet.

Reed, Ola Belle. Ola Belle Reed. Rounder Records 0021, 1973.

Reno and Smiley. 16 Greatest Gospel Hits. Gusto Records GT-0015, 1978.

Reno and Smiley. 16 Greatest Hits. Starday Records SD 3001.

Reno and Smiley. Country Singing and Instrumentals. King Records KLP-776, [1976].

Reno and Smiley. Country Songs: Their Vocal and Instrumental Favorites. Starday Records SK 701, 1975.

Reno and Smiley. Last Time Together. Starday Records SLP 485, 1976.

Reno, Don and Red Smiley. Songs from Yesterday. Rebel Records REB-1661, 1988.

Reno and Smiley. The World’s 15 Greatest Hymns. Starday Records SK 853, 1975.

Reno, Don and Red Smiley. The World’s Best 5-String Banjo. King Records KLP-861, [1976].

Reynolds, Malvina. Sings the Truth. Columbia Records CL 2614, [1967].

Rice Brothers. The Rice Brothers. Rounder Records 0256 1989.

Rice, Tony. Church Street Blues. Sugar Hill Records SH-3732, 1983.

Rice, Tony. Me and My Guitar. Rounder Records 0201, 1986.

Rice, Tony. Native American. Rounder Records 0248, 1988.

Rice, Tony. Native American. Rounder Records 0248, 1988.

Richardson, Larry, Red Barker, the Blue Ridge Boys. Larry Richardson and Red Barker and the Blue Ridge Boys. County Records 702, [1965].

Riddle, Almeda. How Firm a Foundation and Other Traditional Hymns. Arkansas Traditions 003, 1985. Includes booklet.

Riendeau Family. Old Time Fiddling from Old New England. County Records 725, [1970].

Ritter, Tex. Streets of Laredo. Bulldog Records BDL 1022, 1960.

Roan Mountain Hilltoppers. Roan Mountain Hilltoppers. Cloudlands Music 001, n.d.

Roane County Ramblers. Complete Recordings, 1928-29. County Records 403, [1971].

Roberts, Fiddling Doc. Old Time Tunes. County Records 412, 1983. Includes booklet.

Robertson, Eck. Famous Cowboy Fiddler. County Records 202, 1991. Includes booklet.

Robertson, Lonnie. Fiddle Tunes, Ozark Style: Volume 2. Caney Mountain Records CLP-233, [1980].

Rodgers, Jimmie. Country Music Hall of Fame: Jimmie Rodgers. RCA Records LPM 2531, 1962.

Round, Jay. One Time Friend. TurneRound Productions TR 5003, 1977.

Rowan, Peter. Dust Bowl Children. Sugar Hill Records SH-3781, 1990.

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. The Legendary Amazing Grace. Fiesta Record Company FLPS 1852, [1976]. In the incorrect case.

Ryan, Buck. Draggin’ the Bow. Rebel Records SLP 1552, 1976.

Ryan, Buck. Fiddler on the Rocks. Rebel Records SLP 1529, 1974.

 

Box 29: LP Box 13: Sauserman-Stamper

Sauceman Brothers. The Sauceman Brothers: The Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 7. Rounder Records 1019, [1976].

Schwarz, Tracy and Eloise Schwarz. Our Kind of Music. Old Homestead Records OHS 90092, 1978.

Scott, Rambling Tommy and Curley Seckler. Early Radio, 1941. Old Homestead Records OHCS 125, 1980.

Scruggs, Earl and Tom T. Hall. The Storyteller and the Banjo Man. Columbia Records PC 37953, 1982.

Seckler, Curly. Sings Again. County Records 732, [1971].

Seeger, Mike. Fresh Oldtime String Band Music. Rounder Records 0262, 1988.

Seeger, Mike. Tipple, Loom and Rail: Songs of the Industrialization of the South. Folkways Records FH 5273, 1966. Includes booklet.

Seeger, Pete. American Favorite Ballads. Folkways Records FA 2320, 1957. Includes booklet.

Seeger, Pete. Children’s Concert at Town Hall. Harmony Records HS 11284, [1968].

Seeger, Pete and the Almanac Singers. The Original Talking Union and Other Union Songs. Folkways Records FH 5285, 1955. Includes booklet.

Seeger, Pete. Traditional Christmas Carols. Smithsonian/Folkways Records SF 40024, 1989.

Sexton, Lee. Whoa Mule. June Appal Records JA 0051, 1988. Includes booklet.

Shady Mountain Ramblers and Gary Patton. All Smiles Tonite. Heritage Records 34, 1981.

Shady Mountain Ramblers. Old Time Music from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Heritage Records 2, 1974.

Shelor Family and the Kimble Family. Eight Miles Apart: Old Time Music from Patrick and Carroll County, Virginia. Heritage Records 22, 1979. Includes booklet.

Shelton Brothers. Bob and Joe. Old Homestead Records OHCS 201, 1993.

Simmons, Woody. All Smiles Tonight. Elderberry Records ER 002, 1979. Includes booklet.

Sizemore, Charlie. Congratulations. Acoustic Revival Records AR-33011, 1985.

Sizemore, Hershel. Bounce Away. County Records 774, 1979.

Skaggs, Ricky. Country Boy. Epic Records FE 39410, 1984.

Skillet Lickers. Old Time Tunes Recorded 1927-1931. County Records 506, [1971].

Skillet Lickers. Volume 2: Old Time Fiddle Tunes and Songs from North Georgia. County Records 526, 1973.

Skinner, Jimmie. Jimmie Skinner’s #1 Bluegrass. Starday Records SD-988, 1977.

Smiley, Red and the Bluegrass Cut-Ups. Most Requested Sacred Songs. Old Homestead Records OHCS 120, 1978.

Smith, Arthur. Battling Banjos. Monument Records Z 32259, 1973.

Smith, Arthur and His Crackerjacks. Guitar Boogie: The Hits of Arthur Smith and His Crackerjacks. Starday Records NLP 2060, [196?].

Smith, Fiddlin’ Arthur and His Dixieliners. Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith and His Dixieliners, Volume 1. County Records 546, 1978. Includes booklet.

Smith, Fiddlin’ Arthur and His Dixieliners. Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith and His Dixieliners, Volume 2. County Records 547, 1978.

Smith, Hobart. America’s Greatest Folk Instrumentalist: Hobart Smith of Saltville, Virginia. Folk-Legacy Records FSA-17, 1964. Includes booklet.

Smith, Kate. America’s Favorite, Kate Smith: Kate’s Golden Favorites. RCA Records RD4A-029-1, 1981.

Smokey Valley Boys. The Smokey Valley Boys. Rounder Records 0029, 1974.

Snow, Hank. 20 of the Best. RCA Records LC 0316, 1982.

Snow, Hank and Jimmie Rodgers. All About Trains. RCA Records ANL1-1052, 1975.

Sons of the Pioneers. Empty Saddles. MCA Records MCA-1563, 1980.

Southern Blend. Traditional Bluegrass by Southern Blend. Rich-R-Tone Records LP-8012, [1981].

Southern Culture on the Skids. Dirt Track Date. Telstar Records TR 020, 1995.

Spectrum. Live in Japan. Rounder Records 0184, 1983.

Spence, Bill and Fennig’s All-Star String Band. The Hammered Dulcimer. Front Hall Records FHR-01, 1973.

Sprouse, Blaine. Brilliancy. Rounder Records 0209, 1985.

Sprouse, Blaine. Summertime. Rounder Records 0155, 1982.

St. Pierre, Simon and the Dukes of Bluegrass. The Joys of Quebec: Canadian Bluegrass Fiddle. Revonah Records 915, 1978.

Stabi, Bjorn and Ole Hjorth. Folk Fiddling from Sweden. Nonesuch Records H-72033, [1969].

Stamper, Art. The Lost Fiddler. County Records 779, 1982.

 

Box 30: LP Box 14: Stanley-Taylor

Stanley Brothers. 16 Greatest Gospel Hits. Gusto Records GT-0016, 1978.

Stanley Brothers. 20 Bluegrass Originals. Gusto Records GD-5026X, 1978.

Stanley Brothers. Banjo in the Hills. Starday Records SK 872, 1975.

Stanley Brothers. Folk Song Festival. Starday Records SK 791, 1975.

Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys. Just Because. Starday Records SK 834, 1976.

Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys. Mountain Song Favorites. Starday Records NLP 2014, [1964].

Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys. Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys. King Records KLP-615, [1988].

Stanley Brothers. The Angels Are Singing. Harmony Records HS 11177, [1966].

Stanley Brothers. The Famous Song Hits of the Stanley Brothers. Starday Records NLP 2037, [1967].

Stanley Brothers. The Remarkable Stanley Brothers Play and Sing Bluegrass Songs for You. King Records 924, 1986.

Stanley Brothers. The Stanley Brothers on WCYB Bristol. Rebel Records REB-855, 1988.

Stanley Brothers. The Starday Sessions. County Records CCS 106/7, 1984. 2 records.

Stanley Brothers. The Vintage Years, 1954-1956. Collector’s Classics CC-16, [1981].

Stanley Brothers. The Vintage Years, Volume 1. Collector’s Classics CC-LP 11, [1980].

Stanley Brothers. The Vintage Years, Volume 2. Collector’s Classics CC-LP 12, [1982].

Stanley Brothers. Together for the Last Time. Rebel Records SLP-1512, 1972.

Stanley Brothers. Uncloudy Day. County Records 753, [1977].

Stanley, Ralph. A Man and His Music. Rebel Records SLP-1530, [1974].

Stanley, Ralph and the Clinch Mountain Boys. Clinch Mountain Gospel. Rebel Records SLP-1571, 1977.

Stanley, Ralph and the Clinch Mountain Boys. Cry from the Cross. Rebel Records SLP-1499, [1971].

Stanley, Ralph. Something Old, Something New and Some of Katy’s Mountain Dew. Rebel Records SLP-1501, [1971].

Stanley, Ralph and the Clinch Mountain Boys. The Stanley Sound Around the World. King Bluegrass Records KB 522, [1973].

Starcher, Buddy. Me and My Guitar. Old Homestead Records OHCS 320, 1986.

Statman, Andy. Nashville Mornings, New York Nights. Rounder Records 0174, 1986.

Stecher, Jody and Kate Brislin. A Song That Will Linger. Rounder Records 0274, 1989.

Stoneman, Ernest V. and His Dixie Mountaineers. Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, 1927-1928. Historical Records HLP-8004, [196?].

Stoneman, Ernest V. and the Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers. Ernest V. Stoneman and the Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers. Rounder Records 1008, [197?]. Includes booklet.

Stoneman, Ernest V. “Pop.” Memorial Album. MGM Records SE-4588, [1968].

Stoneman, Ernest V. Round the Heart of Old Galax, Volume 1. County Records 533, 1980.

Stoneman, Ernest V. and the Dixie Mountaineers. Volume 3: Sinking of the Titanic and Other Early Country Hits. Old Homestead Records OHCS 199, 1991.

Stoneman, Ernest V. and the Dixie Mountaineers. Volume 3: Sinking of the Titanic and Other Early Country Hits. Old Homestead Records OHCS 199, 1991.

Stoneman, Ernest V. With Family and Friends, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 172, 1986.

Stoneman, Ernest V. With Family and Friends, Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHCS 173, 1986.

Stonemans. All in the Family. MGM Records SE-4511, [1968].

Stover, Don and the White Oak Mountain Boys. West Virginia Coal Miner’s Blues. Old Homestead Records OHS 90011, [1973].

Stricklin, Brother Al. Brother Al Stricklin Now. Texas Re-Cord Co. LP-1004, [1977].

Stringbean. A Salute to Uncle Dave Macon. Starday Records SLP 215, 1976.

Stripling Brothers. The Lost Child and Other Original Fiddle Tunes, Recorded 1928-36. County Records 401, [1971].

Summers, John W. Indiana Fiddler. Rounder Records 0194, 1984. Includes booklet.

Sumner, Marion and Jesse McReynolds. Fiddle Fantastic. Old Homestead Records OHCS 90174, 1986.

Sumner, Marion. Road to Home. June Appal Records JA 030, 1979.

Sunset Hoe-Downers. Square Dance! Liberty Records SUS-5152, [196?].

Swallowtail. Swallowtail. Rooster Records RSTR 117, 1982.

 

Box 31: LP Box 15: Tanner-Watson

Tanner, Gid and His Skillet Lickers. Early Classic String Bands, Volume 3: Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers in Texas. Old Homestead Records OHCS 193, 1990.

Tanner, Gid and His Skillet Lickers. Hear These New Southern Fiddle and Guitar Records. Rounder Records 1005, 1973. Includes booklet.

Tanner, Gid and His Skillet Lickers. The Kickapoo Medicine Show. Rounder Records 1023, [197?]. Includes booklet.

Tarlton, Jimmy and Tom Darby. Darby and Tarlton. Old Timey Records OT 112, [1971].

Tate, Fiddling “Tater,” Red Smiley, the Blue Grass Cut-Ups. Fiddling Favorites of U.S.A. and Canada. Rural Rhythm Records RRTT 193, [1968].

Taylor, Earl and the Stoney Mt. Boys. The Bluegrass Touch. Vetco Records LP-3017, 1973.

Taylor, Merle “Red.” Taylor Made: The Soul Fiddle of Merle “Red” Taylor. Hi Recording HIC 24001, 1975. 

Taylor, Tut. Dobrolic Plectral Society. Takoma Records D-1050, 1976.

Taylor, Tut. Friar Tut. Rounder Records 0011, 1972.

Taylor, Tut. The Old Post Office. Flying Fish Records FF 008, 1975.

Terry, Gordon. My Favorite Fiddle Tunes. History Recorded HLPS-1985, 1981.

Thomas, Buddy. Kitty Puss: Old-Time Fiddle Music from Kentucky. Rounder Records 0032, 1976.

Thomasson, Benny and Jerry Thomasson. A Jam Session with Benny and Jerry Thomasson. Voyager Recordings VRLP 309, 1973.

Thomasson, Benny, Texas Shorty, Terry Morris, Mark O’Connor. A Texas Jam Session Featuring Four World Champion Fiddlers. Mark O’Connor Productions OMAC-1, [1977]. Includes booklet.

Thomasson, Benny. Country Fiddling from the Big State. County Records 724, [1970].

Tillman, Floyd. Floyd Tillman’s Country. Musicor Records MM 2136, [1967].

Tobacco Tags. Songs of the Tobacco Tags, Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHCS 156, 1984.

Trapezoid. Three Forks of Cheat. Rounder Records 0113, 1979.

Travis, Merle. Travis Pickin’. CMH Records CMH-6255, 1981.

Trent, Charles. The Sound of a Bluegrass Banjo. Smash Records MGS 27002, [1962].

Trischka, Tony. Heartlands. Rounder Records 0062, 1975.

Tubb, Ernest. Ernest Tubb’s Greatest Hits. MCA Records MCA-16, 1980.

Tubb, Ernest and His Texas Troubadours. Golden Favorites. Decca Records DL 74118, [1961].

Tucker, George. George Tucker. Rounder Records 0064, 1976.

Upchurch, Early. The Great Reaping Day. Heritage Records HRC-625, 1988.

Vaden, Jackie and Arlen Vaden. Just As the Sun Went Down. Vaden Record Co. LP 107, [196?].

Vassar Clements Band. The Vassar Clements Band. MCA Records MCA-695, 1977.

Vassar Clements Band. Vassar. Flying Fish Records FC 232, 1980.

Vern and Ray. Sounds from the Ozarks. Old Homestead Records OHW 10001-VR, 1974.

Vern Williams Band. Bluegrass from the Gold Country. Rounder Records 0131, 1981.

Wagoner, Porter. Blue Moon of Kentucky. RCA Records ACL-7046, 1977.

Wagoner, Porter. Your Old Love Letters and Other Country Hits. RCA Camden CAS-942(e), 1966.

Wakefield, Frank. Blues Stay Away from Me. Takoma Records TAK 7082, 1980.

Wakefield, Frank. End of the Rainbow. Bay Records BAY 214, 1980.

Ward Family. Round the Heart of Old Galax, Volume 2. County Records 534, 1980.

Ward, Fields. Bury Me Not on the Prairie. Rounder Records 0036, 1974.

Ward, Fields and His Buck Mountain Band. Early Country Music: Fields Ward and His Buck Mountain Band. Historical Records HLP-8001, [196?].

Ward, Wade. Uncle Wade: A Memorial to Wade Ward, Old Time Virginia Banjo Picker, 1892-1971. Folkways Records FA 2380, 1973. Includes booklet.

Warren, Paul, Lester Flatt, the Nashville Grass. America’s Greatest Breakdown Fiddle Player. CMH Records CMH-6237, 1979.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Ballads from Deep Gap. Vanguard VSD-6576, 1971.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Doc and Merle Watson’s Guitar Album. Flying Fish Records FF 301, 1983.

Watson, Doc. Doc and the Boys. United Artists UA-LA601-G, 1976.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Doc Watson on Stage. Vanguard VSD 9/10, 1970. 2 records.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Down South. Sugar Hill Records SH-3742, 1984.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Elementary Doctor Watson. United Artists PYS-5703, 1972.

Watson, Doc. Memories. Liberty Records LWB-423, 1975. 2 records.

Watson, Arthel “Doc.” Portrait. Sugar Hill Records SH-3759, 1987.

Watson, Arthel “Doc.” Portrait. Sugar Hill Records SH-3759, 1987.

Watson, Doc, Merle Watson, T. Michael Coleman. Red Rocking Chair. Flying Fish Records FF 252, 1981.

Watson, Doc. The Essential Doc Watson. Vanguard VMS-73108, 1978.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Then and Now. United Artists PP-LA022-F, 1973.

Watson, Doc and Merle Watson. Two Days in November. United Artists PP-LA210-G, 1974.

Watson Family. The Watson Family. Folkways Records FA 2366, 1963.

Watson Family. The Watson Family Tradition. Topic Records 12TS336, 1977.

 

Box 32: LP Box 16: Weems-Wright

Weems, Ace and the Fat Meat Boys. It’s All Gone Now. Carryon Records 002, [199?].

Welling, Frank and John McGhee. Sacred, Sentimental, and Silly Songs. Old Homestead Records OHCS 175, 1987.

Wells, Kitty. Dust on the Bible. MCA Records MCA-149, 1980.

Wells, Kitty. Early Classics. Golden Country LP 2206, [1978].

Wells, Kitty. The Golden Years. Rounder Records SS-13, 1982.

Wells, Kitty and Red Foley. Together Again. Decca Records DL 74906, [1967].

West, Harry and Jeanie West. Harry and Jeanie West. Everest Records FM-108, [1967].

Wheeler, Billy Edd. “The Wheeler Man” Billy Edd. Kapp Records KL-1443, [1965].

Whippersnapper. Promises. Varrick Records VR-027, 1986.

White, Buck and the Downhome Folks. Live at the Old Time Pickin’ Parlor. County Records 760, 1977.

White, Clarence and the Kentucky Colonels. Clarence White and the Kentucky Colonels. Rounder Records 0098, 1980.

White, Josh. The Story of John Henry, a Musical Narrative: Ballads, Blues, and Other Songs. Elektra Records ELK-701, 1955. 2 10” records.

Whitey and Hogan and the Briarhoppers. Whitey and Hogan (with the Briarhoppers), Volume 1. Old Homestead Records OHS 90089, 1981.

Whitey and Hogan and the Briarhoppers. Whitey and Hogan (with the Briarhoppers), Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHS 90169, 1984.

Whitman, Slim. All My Best. Liberty Records SL-8128, 1979.

Whitstein Brothers. Old Time Duets. Rounder Records 0264, 1989.

Williams, Don. The Best of Don Williams, Volume 2. MCA Records MCA-3096, 1979.

Williams, Hank. 24 of Hank Williams’ Greatest Hits. MGM Records SE-4755-2, [1970]. 2 records.

Williams, Mason. Music by Mason Williams. Warner Bros. Records WS 1788, [1969].

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. MCA Records MCA-526, 1977.

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. In Concert. Capitol Records SKBB-11550, 1976. 2 records.

Wills, Bob. King of Western Swing. Kapp Records KS-3523, [1964].

Wills, Bob and His Texas Playboys. The Tiffany Transcriptions, Volume 2: Best of the Tiffanys. Kaleidoscope Records F-19, 1984.

Wise, Chubby. Chubby Plays Uptown. Stoneway Records STY 106, [1970].

Wise, Chubby. Chubby Wise and His Fiddle: Nuff Sed. Stoneway Records STY 104, [1969].

Wise, Chubby. Chubby Wise Plays Bob Wills. Stoneway Records STY 110, [1970].

Wise, Chubby. Grassy Fiddle. Stoneway Records STY 157, 1975.

Wise, Chubby. Hoedown. Stoneway Records STY 109, [1970].

Wise, Chubby. Thru the Years with Chubby Wise and His Fiddle. Stoneway Records STY 114, [1971].

Wise, Chubby. Waltzes. Stoneway Records STY 124, 1972.

Wiseman, Mac. Concert Favorites. RCA Records ANL1-1208, 1973.

Wiseman, Mac. Early Dot Recordings, Volume 2. Rebel Records CCS 109, 1988.

Wiseman, Mac and the Shenandoah Cut-Ups. New Traditions, Volume 1. Vetco Records LP 508, 1976.

Wiseman, Mac. Songs of the Dear Old Days. Hamilton Records HLP 167, [1966].

Wiseman, Mac. The Mac Wiseman Story. CMH Records CMH-9001, 1976. 2 records.

Wood, Del. It’s Honky-Tonk Time: The Down Yonder Piano of Del Wood. RCA Camden CAL 796, 1964.

Wood, Smokey, the Modern Mountaineers, the Wood Chips. The Houston Hipster: Western Swing, 1937. Rambler Records 107, 1982.

Wright, Oscar and Eugene Wright. Old-Time Fiddle and Guitar Music from West Virginia. Rounder Records 0089, 1978.

Jazz-Blues LPs: Single Artists

Box 33: LP Box 17: Beausoleil – Southern Prison Blues

Beausoleil. Live! From the Left Coast. Rounder Records 6035, 1989. Includes booklet.

Boggs, Dock. His Twelve Original Recordings. Folkways Records RBF 654, 1983. Includes booklet.

Broonzy, Big Bill. Big Bill Broonzy. Everest Records FS-213, [1967].

Broonzy, Big Bill. Big Bill Broonzy Sings Folk Songs. Smithsonian/Folkways Records SF 40023, 1989.

Clements, Vassar. Hillbilly Jazz. Flying Fish Records FF 101, 1974. 2 records. Includes booklet.

Grappelli, Stephane. Stephane Grappelli. PYE Records 12135, 1976.

Greene, Richard. Blue Rondo. Sierra Records GA 1981, 1982.

Hopkins, Lightning. Country Blues. Tradition Records TLP 1035, 1959.

Hopkins, Lightning. Original Folk Blues. United Records US-7785, [196?].

Hopkins, Lightning. The Roots of Lightnin’ Hopkins. Verve/Folkways Records FVS 9000, [1965].

Hurt, Mississippi John. 1928 Sessions. Yazoo Records 1065, [1979].

Kessel, Barney and Stephane Grappelli. Limehouse Blues. Black Lion BL-173, 1972.

McGhee, Brownie and Sonny Terry. Brownie and Sonny. Everest Records FS-242, [1969].

Newman, Roy and His Boys. Roy Newman and His Boys, Volume 1: 1934-8. Origin Jazz Library OJL 8102, 1981.

NRBQ. Christmas Wish. Rounder Records 2501, 1985.

O’Connor, Mark. Elysian Forest. Warner Bros. Records 25736-1, 1988.

O’Connor, Mark. Meanings of. Warner Bros. Recorsds 25353-1, 1986.

O’Connor, Mark. False Dawn. Rounder Records 0165, 1983.

O’Connor, Mark. Stone from Which the Arch Was Made. Warner Bros. Records 25539-1, 1987.

Ponty, Jean-Luc. Cantaloupe Island. Blue Note Records LWB 632, 1976. 2 records.

Ponty, Jean-Luc. Civilized Evil. Atlantic Records SD 16020, 1980.

Ponty, Jean-Luc. Fables. Atlantic Records 81276-1, 1985.

Ponty, Jean-Luc. Mystical Adventures. Atlantic Records SD 19333, 1982.

Smith, Stuff and Stephane Grappelli. Stuff Smith. Everest Records FS-238, [1965].

South, Eddie. South-Side Jazz. Chess Records CHV 415, [1972].

Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble. All That Jazz. Mark Custom Recording Service MES-20608, 1985.

Urbaniak, Michal. Fusion III. Columbia Records PC 33542, 1975.

Venuti, Joe. 1927 to 1934 Violin Jazz. Yazoo Records L-1062, [1979].

Venuti, Joe and Lino Patruno. Jazz Violin. Vanguard VSD 79405, 1974.

Venuti, Joe and Lino Patruno. Joe Venuti in Milan. Vanguard VSD 79396, 1971.

Venuti, Joe. Sliding By. Sonet Records SNTF 734, 1977.

Venuti, Joe and the Dutch Swing College Band. The Dutch Swing College Band. Everest Records FS 349, 1979.

Venuti, Joe and Eddie Lang. The Golden Days of Jazz: Stringing the Blues. Columbia Special Products JC2L 24, 1975. 2 records. 

Jazz-Blues LPs, Compilations

Great Blues Men. Vanguard VSD 25/26, 1972. 2 records.
Featuring: Big Bill Broonzy, James Cotton, Ida Cox, Rev. Gary Davis, Sleepy John Estes, Jesse Fuller, Lightning Hopkins, Son House, Mississippi John Hurt, Homesick James, John Lee Hooker, J.B. Hutto, Skip James, Pete Johnson, Mance Lipscomb, Fred McDowell, Brownie McGhee, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Jimmy Rushing, Johnny Shines, Otis Spann, Sonny Terry, Joe Turner, Junior Wells, Robert Pete Williams, Johnny Young.

Hula Blues. Rounder Records 1012, 1987.
Featuring: Biltmore Orchestra, O.T. Coffin, Frank Ferera, Hawaiian Serenaders, Sol Hoopii, Jim and Bob the Genial Hawaiians, Pat Patterson and His Champion Rep Riders, Andy Sanella, Roy Smeck, Lemuel Turner.

Jake Walk Blues. Stash Records ST-110, [1977].
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Gene Autry, Black Ace, Ishman Bracey, Maynard Britton, Willie Lofton, Asa Martin, Mississippi Sheiks, Byrd Monroe, Narmour and Smith, Ray Brothers, Lemuel Turner.

Jazz for People Who Hate Jazz. RCA Records LJM-1008, [1954].
Featuring: Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, John Kirby and His Orchestra, “Wingy” Manone and His Orchestra, Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, “Fats” Waller and His Rhythm.

Jugs, Washboards and Kazoos: 16 Rare Examples Illustrating the Folk Backgrounds of Jazz in the Early Days of Recording. RCA Records LPV-540, 1967.
Featuring: Dixieland Jug Blowers, Five Harmaniacs, Memphis Jug Band, Tiny Parham and His Musicians, Washboard Rhythm Kings.

Mister Charlie’s Blues (1926-1938). Yazoo Records L-1024, [1970].
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Anglin Brothers, Herschel Brown, Buster and Jack, Roy Harvey and Leonard Copeland, Larry Hensley, Dick Justice, Wesley Long, Sam McGee, South Georgia Highballers.

Old-Time Classics: A Collection of Mountain Blues. County Records 511, [197?].
Featuring: Dock Boggs, Burnett and Rutherford, Carolina Tar Heels, Clarence Greene, Frank Hutchison, Dick Justice, Leake County Revelers, Sam McGee, Doc Roberts, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians, Jimmie Tarlton.

Ragtime 2: The Country. Folkways Records RBF 18, 1971. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Carolina Tar Heels, Dallas String Band, Cow Cow Davenport, East Texas Serenaders, Blind Boy Fuller, Theron Hale and Daughters, Jolly Jivers, Kessinger Brothers, Leake County Revelers, Sam Moore and Horace Davis, Proximity String Quartet, Frank Stokes, Charlie Turner, Jesse Young’s Tennessee Band.

Southern Prison Blues. Tradition Records TR 2066, [1976].
Featuring: Jesse Butcher, Cool Cats, John Henry Jackson, Hogman Maxey, Otis Webster, Guitar Welch.

 

Compilation LPs

Box 34: LP Box 18: 16 Fiddlers-Bluegrass

16 Fiddler’s Greatest Hits. Starday Records SD-3014, 1977.
Featuring: Harry Choates, Ken Clark, Howdy Forrester, Curly Fox, Red Hayes, Red Herron, Tommy Jackson, Shorty Lavender, Mac Magaha, Benny Martin, Reno and Smiley, Jerry Rivers, Buck Ryan, Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith, Buddy Spicher, Scotty Stoneman, Chubby Wise.

16 Greatest Blue Grass Hits. Starday Records SD-3015, 1977.
Featuring: Hylo Brown, Buzz Busby, Bill Clifton, Country Gentlemen, Jim Eanes, Flatt and Scruggs, Jim and Jesse, Jimmy Martin and Bob Osborne, Charlie Monroe, Moore and Napier, New Grass Revival, Reno and Smiley, Stoneman Family.

25 Old Tyme Fiddle Hits. K-tel Records FH 1, 1972.

2nd Music Convention ’75: Traditional Music of West Virginia, Volume 2. Heritage Records XII, 1976. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Jenes Cottrell, Wilson Douglas, Highwoods String Band, Dave Morris, John Morris, Morris Brothers, Ira Mullins, Phoebe Parsons, Ola Belle Reed and Family, Tracy Schwarz and Mike Seeger.

32nd Annual Old Fiddler’s Convention at Galax, Virginia. Gazette Press 8632-3, 1967.
Featuring: Buch Mountain Band, Carolina Buddies, Carolina Playboys, Dixie Travelers, Harry Hall, McPeak Brothers, Old Time Music House Boys, Southern Mountain Boys, Star Spangled String Band, Twin Country Partners, Roger Sprung, Wade Ward.

33rd Annual Old Fiddler’s Convention at Galax, Virginia. Gazette Press 5542-3, 1968.
Featuring: Blue Grass Society, Blue Ridge Partners, Brushy River Boys, Carolina Cut-Ups, Carolina Playboys, Ike Frost, Green Boys, Green Mountain Travelers, Albert Hash, Mountain Ramblers, Pine Ridge Boys, Rocky River Boys, Smokey Ridge Boys, Sugar Hill Boys, Twin County Partners.

36th Annual Old Fiddler’s Convention at Galax, Virginia. Gazette Press 10800-1, 1971.
Featuring: Bluegrass Cut-Ups, Blue Ridge Entertainers, Brushy River Boys, Country Ramblers, Evelyn Farmer, Dick Fegy, Wayne Henderson, Steve Keith, McPeak Brothers, Old Clawgrass Boys, Buddy Pendleton, Piney Woods Boys, Carl Rebello, Shady Mountain Ramblers, Glenn Smith Band, Smokey Valley Boys, Jim Watson, A.L. Wood.

37th Annual Old Fiddler’s Convention at Galax, Virginia. Heritage Records 37, 1972.
Featuring: Jack Cash, Calvin Cole, Franklin Davis, Ernest East, Jimmy Edmonds, Bob Flescher, Free State Ramblers, Wayne Henderson, Teddy Lundy, Bill McDowell, New Grass Experience, Tim Perry, Betty Smith, Tim Smith, Smokey Valley Boys, Southern Mountain Boys, Roger Sprung, Dempsey Young.

37th Old-Time Fiddlers Convention at Union Grove, North Carolina. Folkways Records FA 2434, 1962. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Blue Grass Mountain Boys, Brushy Mountain Boys, Grandma Davis from Roaring River, Dixie Ramblers, Louise Edmonds, Kenneth Edwards and the Sunny Mountain Boys, Friendly City Playboys, A.L. Hall Band, Uncle Charlie Higgins, Charlie Knight and His Country Music Boys, Laurel River Band, Mountain Ramblers, Lonesome Strangers, Old Timers, Red Parham and the Haywood County Ramblers, Delmer Starling and Esker Hutchins and the Surry County Ramblers, H.P. Van Hoy, Yadkin County Ramblers.

38th Annual Old Fiddler’s Convention at Galax, Virginia. Heritage Records 38, 1973.
Featuring: Camp Creek Boys, Mike Casstevens, Country Capers, Wayne Erbsen, Free State Ramblers, Wayne Henderson, High County Ramblers, Jimmie Kidd, Joe Edd King, Teddy Lundy, Larry McPeak, Mike McPeak, New Grass Express, New Virginia Grass, Larry Pennington, Raymond Pennington, Buck Perry, Rye Straw Chitickers, Tim Smith, Smokey Valley Boys, Space City String Band, Swamp Root String Band, Dempsey Young.

40 Great Folk Songs Performed by 32 Famous Artists. Vanguard RS 50-2031, 1974. 4 records.
Featuring: Arbors, Babysitters, Joan Baez, Leon Bibb, Reverend Gary Davis, Jack Elliot, Jose Feliciano, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Bob Gibson, Greenbriar Boys, John Hammond, John Lee Hooker, Cisco Houston, Mississippi John Hurt, Ian and Sylvia, Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band, Ed McCurdy, Odetta, Paul Robeson, Rooftop Singers, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Mike Seeger, Pat Sky, Staple Singers, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Clara Ward, Doc Watson, Weavers, Hedy West.

49th Annual Galax Old Fiddler’s Convention, 1984. Heritage Records 700, 1985.
Featuring: Rich Abrams, Terry Burcham, Chris Burton, Willie Gregory, Rick Hall, Buster Hubbard, Clay Jones, Tim Laughlin, Nancy Lippincott, Theo Lissenberg, Ed Michael, Donnie Scott, Slate Mountain Ramblers, Space City String Band, Wilbur Terry, Virginia Mountain Boys, Betty Waldron.

51st Annual Galax Old Fiddler’s Convention, 1986. Heritage Records 703, 1987.
Featuring: Robert Barnes, Boyd Derring, Jimmy Edmonds, Allen Freeman, Clinton Gregory, High on the Hog, Inc., Jack Hinshelwood, Billi-Ken Inoue, Johnny Joyce, Steve Lewis, Taylor Made, Timmy Martin, Ralph McGee, Ed Michael, Burk Naess, New Tradition, Slate Mountain Ramblers, Drew Smith, Virginia Grass.

52nd Annual Galax Old Fiddler’s Convention, Galax VA., 1987. Heritage Records 704, 1988.
Featuring: Rick Abrams, Yoshihiro Arita, Glen Ashwell, David Ball, Blue Night, Micky Conners, Rosa Cox, Dry Hill Draggers, Jimmy Edmonds, Mike Fenton, Clinton Gregory, Louis Hornbostel, Rick Pardue, Sarah Propst, Pete Ross, Lefty Shafer, Larry Lee Sigmon.

70 Song Original Bluegrass Collection. Rebel Records REB-1473-1474, 1965. 2 records.
Featuring: Red Allen and Frank Wakefield, Billy Baker, Mickey Burke, Benny and Vallie Cain, Sid Campbell, Bill Carroll, Country Gentlemen, Franklin County Boys, Pete Pike, Shady Valley Boys, Earl Taylor.

70 Song Original Bluegrass Collection. Rebel Records REB-1475-1476, 1965. 2 records.
Featuring: Billy Baker, Buzz Busby, Benny and Vallie Cain, Bill Carroll, Country Gentlemen, Bill Harrell, King Brothers, Pete Pike, Shady Valley Boys, Earl Taylor.

A Day at the Country Fair: Early Country Comedy. Old Homestead Records OHSC 145, 1985.
Featuring: Hugh Cross, Tom Dorsey, Oscar Ford, Ted Hawkins, Dan Hornsby, Bert Layne, K.D. Malone, Clayton McMichen, Fate Norris, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Gid Tanner.

A Day in the Mountains, 1928: Old-Time Music and Humor. County Records 512, [196?].
Featuring: Boys from Wildcat Hollow, Charlie Parker, Skillet Lickers, Stoneman’s Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers, Henry Whitter, Kyle Wooten.

A Day in the Mountains, 1928: Old-Time Music and Humor. County Records 512, [196?].
Featuring: Boys from Wildcat Hollow, Charlie Parker, Skillet Lickers, Stoneman’s Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers, Henry Whitter, Kyle Wooten.

Altamont: Black Stringband Music from the Library of Congress. Rounder Records 0238, 1989. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Nathan Frazier and Frank Patterson; Murph Gribble, John Lusk, Albert York.

American Banjo Tunes and Songs in Scruggs Style. Folkways Records FA 2314, 1966. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Bob Baker, Don Bryant, Country Ramblers, Eugene Cox, Veronica Stoneman Cox, Smiley Hobbs, Oren Jenkins, Snuffy Jenkins, Kenny Miller, Larry Richardson, Pete Roberts, Junie Scruggs, Mike Seeger, Joe Stewart, J.C. Sutphin, Eric Weissberg.

Anglo-American Songs and Ballads. Archive of Folk Song AFS L20, [1959]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Booth Campbell, Rufus Crisp, Jimmy Denoon, Dick Devall, Charles Ingenthron, Henry King and Family, Sam Leslie and Palmer Crisp, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, McMineeville Garment Factory Workers’ Band, Russ Pike.

Anglo-American Songs and Ballads. Archive of Folk Song AFS L21, [1959]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Rufus Crisp, Wayne Dinwiddie, Mrs. Carrie Grover, Sam Hinton and Sam B. Hinton, Mrs. Maud Long, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Marcus Martin, Pete Steele.

Anthology of the Twelve String Guitar. Tradition Records TR 2071, [1965].
Featuring: Glen Campbell, Bob Gibson, Joe Maphis, James McGuinn, Howard Roberts, Mason Williams.

Anthology of American Folk Music, Volume 1: Ballads/Volume 3: Songs. Folkways Records FA 2951/FA 2953, [1960]. 2 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring (Volume 1): Clarence Ashley, Bently Boys, Richard Burnett and Leonard Rutherford, Carolina Tar Heels, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Carter Family, Edward L. Crain, Uncle Eck Dunford, G.B. Grayson, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Mississippi John Hurt, Frank Hutchison, Coley Jones, Dick Justice, Buell Kazee, Furry Lewis, Masked Marvel, Nelstone’s Hawaiians, Chubby Parker and His Old Time Banjo, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Bill and Belle Reed, William and Versey Smith, Williamson Brothers and Curry.
Featuring (Volume 3): Clarence Ashley, Dock Boggs, Cleoma Breaux and Ophy Breaux and Joseph Falcon, Richard “Rabbit” Brown, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Carter Family, Julius Daniels, Sleepy John Estes and Yank Rachell, Didier Herbert, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Buell Kazee, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Uncle Dave Macon, Ken Maynard, Memphis Jug Band, J.P. Nestor, Ernest and Hattie Stoneman, Stoneman Family, Henry Thomas, Ramblin’ Thomas.

Anthology of Recorded Bluegrass, Volume 1: The 1950’s. Collector’s Classics CC-LP-19, [1983].
Featuring: Hobo Jack Adkins, Brammer Brothers, Brewster Brothers and Four Brothers Quartet, Harley Gabbard and Aubrey Holt, Dee Stone, Harlin and Stanley and the Wright Brothers.

Anthology of the Banjo. Tradition Records TR 2077, [1968].
Featuring: Billy Cheatwood, Erik Darling, David Lindley, Joe Maphis, Jim McGuinn, Mike Seeger, Mason Williams.

Appalachia: The Old Traditions: Blue Ridge Mountain Music from Virginia and North Carolina, Volume 1. Home-Made Music 001, 1982. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Pug Allen, Ted Boyd, Paul Brown, Sam Connor, Walt Davis, Howard Hall, William Marshall, Eunice Yeatts McAlexander, Jay C McCool, Dellie Norton, Morris Norton, Evelyn Ramsey, Dan Tate, Rob Tate, Cas Wallin, Ed Weaver, Sherman Wimmer, Charlie Woods.

Appalachia: The Old Traditions: Blue Ridge Mountain Music from Virginia and North Carolina, Volume 2. Home-Made Music 002, 1983. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Pug Allen, Garrett Arwood and Norah Arwood, Sam Connor, Benton Flippen and the Smokey Valley Boys, Stanley Hicks, John Hobson and the Glen Ayre Ramblers, Tommy Jarrell, Mitchel Hopson, William Marshall, Dellie Norton, Robert Sykes and the Surry County Boys, Dan Tate, Doug Wallin, Virgie Wallin, Ed Weaver, Dent Wimmer.

Banjo Legacy. Augusta Heritage Records AHR-006, 1989.
Featuring: Tom Bing, John Blisard, Jim Costa, Dwight Diller, Frank George, Gerry Miles, Ron Mullennex, David O’Dell, Larry Rader.

Beer Parlor Jive: Western Swing, 1935-1941. String Records STR801, 1977.
Featuring: Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Hi-Flyers, Adolf Hofner and His Texans, Buddy Jones, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Sons of the West, Texas Wanderers, Tune Wranglers.

Best of Country Music, Volume 7. K-tel Records WU 325, 1973.
Featuring: Johnny Cash, Roy Clark, Patsy Cline, Commander Cody, Donna Fargo, Freddie Hart, Wanda Jackson, Sonny James, George Jones, Ned Miller, Buck Owens, Johnny Paycheck, Webb Pierce, Marvin Rainwater, Susan Raye, Hank Thompson, LaWanda Thompson, LeRoy Van Dyke, Kitty Wells, Hank Williams.

Best of Sugar Hill Gospel, Volume 1: Every Time I Feel the Spirit. Sugar Hill Records SH-9102, 1988.
Featuring: Bluegrass Cardinals, Boone Creek, Country Gentlemen, Hot Rize, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, New Grass Revival, Seldom Scene, Ricky Skaggs and Tony Rice, Doc Watson, Whites.

Best of Sugar Hill Gospel, Volume 2: Way Down Deep in My Soul. Sugar Hill Records SH-9103, 1988.
Featuring: Bluegrass Cardinals, Country Gentlemen, Chris Hillman, Hot Rize, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Osborne Brothers, Seldom Scene, Ricky Skaggs and Tony Rice, Marty Stuart, Doc Watson.

Big Country. Mercury Records SRP-2-605, [1968]. 2 records.
Featuring: Rex Allen, Anita Carter, Mother Maybelle Carter, Pete Drake, Roy Drusky, Dave Dudley, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Claude Gray, Tom T. Hall, George Jones, Roger Miller, Priscilla Mitchell, James O’Gwynn, Johnny Sea, Margie Singleton, Jimmie Skinner, LeRoy Van Dyke, Faron Young.

Blue Ridge Barn Dance. County Records 746, 1974.
Featuring: Gray Craig and the North Carolina Ramblers, Benton Flippen, Kimble Family, Jim Willie Pruitt.

Bluegrass from the Blue Ridge: Country Band Music of Virginia. Folkways Records FS 3832, 1967. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Bluegrass Buddies, Cliff Caraco, Kyle Cole, Spud Gravely, Uncle Charlie Higgins, Kelly Lundy, Ted Lundy, William Marshall, Bruce Mastin, Glen Neaves, Jessie Neaves, Dale Poe, Glen Smith, Fields Ward, Wade Ward.

Bluegrass Hall of Fame. Starday Records SLP 181, 1976.
Featuring: Red Allen and the Kentuckians, Hylo Brown, Bill Clifton and His Dixie Mountain Boys, Country Gentlemen, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Grandpa Jones, Kentucky Travelers, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Sam McGee and Kirk McGee, Jim and Jesse McReynolds and the Virginia Boys, Don Reno and Red Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups, Jimmie Skinner, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Carl Story and His Rambling Mountaineers, Stringbean and His Banjo.

Bluegrass Mountain Music. ERA Records BU 5010, 1983.
Featuring: Stoney and Wilma Lee Cooper, Country Gentlemen, Carl Jackson, Jim and Jesse, Flatt and Scruggs, Bill Monroe, Osborne Brothers, Ricky Skaggs, Stanley Brothers, Doc Watson, Mac Wiseman.

Bluegrass Special. Power Pak PO 218, 1973.
Featuring: Red Allen, Benny Martin, Curtis McPeake.

Box 35: LP Box 19: Bonanza-Early Days of Bluegrass 

Bonanza of Country. Pickwick JS-6107, [1969].
Featuring: Benny Barnes, Carlisles, Rusty Draper, Johnny Horton, George Jones, Merle Kilgore, Jimmie Skinner, LeRoy Van Dyke, Faron Young.

Border Radio. County Records 550, 1990.
Featuring: Carter Family, Cowboy Slim Rinehart, Mainer’s Mountaineers.

Bristol Sessions: Historic Recordings from Bristol, Tennessee. Country Music Foundation CMF-011-L, 1987. 2 records.
Featuring: Alcoa Quartet, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Baker, Dad Blackard’s Moonshiners, Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers, K. Brewer, Bull Mountain Moonshiners, Carter Family, Uncle Eck Dunford, Irma Frost, Johnson Brothers, Alfred G. Karnes, M. Mooney, J.P. Nester, Earnest Phipps and His Holiness Quartet, Blind Alfred Reed, Jimmie Rodgers, Shelor Family, B.F. Shelton, Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Tennessee Mountaineers, Tenneva Ramblers, El Watson, West Virginia Coon Hunters, Henry Whitter.

Charlotte Bluegrass Festival: Live Bluegrass. Old Homestead Records OHS 90160, 1983.
Featuring: Curly Ray Cline, Jack Cooke, Footloose, John Landers, Wade Mainer, McLain Family Band, Misser and Varner, Larry Sparks, Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Sunnysiders, Wilson Brothers.

Classic Country Duets. Old Timey Records OT 126, [1983?].
Featuring: Armstrong Twins, Bailes Brothers, Blue Sky Boys, Buchanan Brothers, Delmore Brothers, Dezurik Sisters, Dixon Brothers, Girls of the Golden West, Johnny and Jack, Webster Brothers.

Classic Country Music: A Smithsonian Collection. Smithsonian Collection of Recordings DML6-0914, 1990. 6 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Roy Acuff and His Crazy Tennesseeans, Roy Acuff and His Smokey Mountain Boys, Eddy Arnold, Chet Atkins, Gene Autrey and Jimmy Long, Bailes Brothers, Kenny Baker, Moe Bandy, Bobby Bare, Blue Sky Boys, Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Elton Britt, Hylo Brown, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Callahan Brothers, Cliff Carlisle and His Buckle Busters, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Martha Carson, Carter Family, Johnny Cash, Chuck Wagon Gang, Bill Clifton and His Dixie Mountain Boys, Patsy Cline, Coon Creek Girls, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan, Country Gentlemen, Cowboy Copas, Vernon Dalhart, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Darby and Tarlton, Jimmie Davis, Delmore Brothers, Al Dexter and His Troopers, Jimmy Dickens, Dave Dudley, East Texas Serenaders, Everly Brothers, Flatt and Scruggs, Flying Burrito Brothers, Red Foley, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Lefty Frizzell, Grayson and Whitter, Rex Griffin, Jack Guthrie and His Oklahomans, Woody Guthrie, Merle Haggard, Tom T. Hall, Stuart Hamblen and His Covered Wagon Jubilee, Bobby Helms, Johnny Horton, Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys, Johnnie and Jack and the Tennessee Mountain Boys, Grandpa Jones, George Jones and Melba Montgomery, Karl and Harty, Buell Kazee, Bradley Kincaid, Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys, Lilly Brothers, Louvin Brothers, Lulu Belle and Scotty, Loretta Lynn, Mac and Bob, Uncle Dave Macon, Maddox Brothers and Rose, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Jimmy Martin, Roger Miller, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Monroe Brothers, Patsy Montana and the Prairie Ramblers, Charlie Moore and the Dixie Partners, Moon Mullican and the Showboys, Willie Nelson, W. Lee O’Daniel and the Light Crust Doughboys with Leon Huff, Molly O’Day and the Cumberland Mountain Folks, Osborne Brothers, Buck Owens, Dolly Parton, Leon Payne, Webb Pierce, Charlie Poole, Ray Price, Charley Pride, Riley Puckett,  Jim Reeves, Reno and Smiley, Tex Ritter, Tex Ritter and His Texans, Marty Robbins, Eck Robertson, Jimmie Rodgers, Rouse Brothers, Rusty and Doug, Seldom Scene, Shelton Brothers, Montana Slim, Arthur Smith, Carl Smith, Smith’s Sacred Singers, Hank Snow and His Rainbow Branch Boys, Leo Soileau and His Three Aces, Sons of the Pioneers, Carl T. Sprague, Stanley Brothers, Ernest V. Stoneman, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Hank Thompson and the Brazos Valley Boys, Floyd Tillman, Merle Travis, Ernest Tubb, Cliff Waldron and the New Shades of Grass, Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan, Porter Wagoner, Doc Watson, Kitty Wells, Slim Whitman, Hank Williams, Tex Williams and His Western Caravan, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Mac Wiseman, Tammy Wynette.

Clawhammer Banjo: Old Time Banjo and Fiddle Tunes. County Records 701, [1965].
Featuring: Fred Cockerham, Kyle Creed, George Stoneman, Wade Ward.

Clawhammer Banjo, Volume 3. County Records 757, 1978.
Featuring: Esker Hutchins, Tommy Jarrell, Charlie Lowe, Matokie Slaughter, Glen Smith, George Stoneman, Dan Tate, Mildred Thompson and Beverly Thompson, Wade Ward, Oscar Wright.

Cotton Mills and Fiddles. Flyin’ Cloud Records FC-014, 1990.
Featuring: Blue Ridge Highballers, Carolina Buddies, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Dixie Ramblers, Four Pickled Peppers, Four Virginians, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Posey Rorer and the North Carolina Ramblers, Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Kid Smith and Family, Norman Woodlieff.

Country and Western Classics: Duets. Time-Life Records TLCW-05, 1982. 3 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Bill Anderson and Jan Howard, Bailes Brothers, Blue Sky Boys, Callahan Brothers, Carl and Pearl Butler, Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper, Hugh Cross and Riley Puckett, Darby and Tarlton, Delmore Brothers, Everly Brothers, Red and Betty Foley, Red Foley and Kitty Wells, Girls of the Golden West, David Houston and Tammy Wynette, Johnny and Jack, George Jones and Melba Montgomery, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, Karl and Harty, Lonzo and Oscar, Louvin Brothers, Lulu Belle and Scotty, Mac and Bob, Monroe Brothers, Shelton Brothers, Red Sovine and Webb Pierce, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely, Wilburn Brothers, Wiley and Gene, Ginny Wright and Jim Reeves.

Country Music Hits by Country Music’s Stars. RCA Camden CAS 689(e), 1962.
Featuring: Eddy Arnold, Elton Britt, Davis Sisters, Don Gibson, Grandpa Jones, Pee Wee King, Hank Locklin, Hal “Lone” Pine, Jim Reeves, Hank Snow, Gid Tanner, Slim Whitman.

Country Music in the Modern Era, 1940s-1970s. New World Records NW 207, 1976.
Featuring: Eddy Arnold, Chet Atkins, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Lefty Frizzell, Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Roger Miller, Buck Owens, Dolly Parton, Elvis P

resley, Ray Price, Jim Reeves, Marty Robbins, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb, Kitty Wells.

Country Nice ‘n’ Easy. RCA Records RBA-216-E, 1984. 7 records.
Featuring: Alabama, Eddy Arnold, Chet Atkins, Razzy Bailey, R.C. Bannon and Louise Mandrell, Elton Britt, Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius, Browns, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Billy “Crash” Craddock, Floyd Cramer, Dave and Sugar, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, Jimmy Dean, Roy Drusky and Priscilla Mitchell, Everly Brothers, Red Foley, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Crystal Gayle, Terri Gibbs, Don Gibson, Lee Greenwood, Bobby Helms, Ferlin Husky, Sonny James, George Jones and Margie Singleton, Kendalls, Barbara Mandrell, Bobbi Martin, Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, Johnny and Jonie Mosby, Anne Murray, Willie Nelson, Juice Newton and Silver Spur, Patti Page, Dolly Parton, Charley Pride, Boots Randolph, Jerry Reed, Jim Reeves, Jeannie C. Riley, Linda Ronstadt, Billie Jo Spears, Sylvia, B.J. Thomas, Mel Tillis, Tanya Tucker, Dottie West, Porter Wagoner, Don Williams.

Country Stars on LP: TV Special, Volume 1. Gusto Records GT-0129, 1983.
Featuring: Alabama, Cowboy Copas, Hawkshaw Hawkins, David Houston, George Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Hank Locklin, Moon Mullican, Tex Ritter, Red Sovine, LeRoy Van Dyke, Mac Wiseman.

Country Stars on LP: TV Special, Volume 5. Gusto Records GT-0133, 1983.
Featuring: Johnny Cash, Ben Colder, Jack Greene, David Houston, George Jones, Mike Lunsford, Del Reeves, Jean Shepard, Red Simpson, Red Sovine, Jimmy Wakely, Billy Walker, Dottie West.

Crowley Two-Step. Flyright Music FLY 604, 1985.
Featuring: Nathan Abshire, Milton Adams and the Midnight Playboys, Terry Clement and the Tune Tones, Voylen Esthay and the Veteran Playboys, Floyd LeBlanc, Aldus Roger and the Lafayette Playboys, Dunice Theriot and the Lake Charles Playboys.

Devil with the Devil: Hot Western Swing from the 1930’s. Rambler Records 102, [1980].
Featuring: Blue Ridge Playboys, Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Light Crust Doughboys, Modern Mountaineers, Roy Newman and His Boys, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Texas Wanderers, Tune Wranglers.

Down Around Bowmantown: A Portrait of a Musical Community in Northeast Tennessee. Now and Then Records 1001, 1989. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Bill Adams, Clyde Dykes, Walter Harmon, Tom Slagle.

Early Blue Grass. RCA Records LPV-569, 1969.
Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Country Pardners, Roy Hall and His Blue Ridge Entertainers, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Jimmy Martin and the Osborne Brothers, Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys, Charlie Monroe and His Blue Ridge Pardners, Monroe Brothers, Zeke Morris and Wade Mainer, Morris Brothers.

Early Country Harmony, 1930’s. Anthology of Country Music ACM-1, [197?].
Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Carlisle Brothers, Carlisle Quartet, Crowder Brothers, Delmore Brothers, Dixon Brothers, Girls of the Golden West, Karl and Harty, Lulu Belle and Scotty, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Monroe Brothers.

Early Country Harmony, 1940’s. Anthology of Country Music, ACM-2, [197?].
Featuring: Bailes Brothers, Blue Sky Boys, Carl Butler and Webster Brothers, Callahan Brothers, Carlisle Brothers, James and Martha, Johnny and Jack, Karl and Harty, Louvin Brothers, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Molly O’Day and Lynn Davis, Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan, Hank Williams and Little Jimmie Dickens.

Early Country Music. Historical Records HLP 8002, [197?].
Featuring: John Dilleshaw, Joe Evans, Golden Melody Boys.

Early Country Music Radio: Recorded Live at the 1979 Brandywine Mountain Music Convention. Heritage Records XXX, 1980. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Alex and Ola Belle and the New River Boys and Girls, Bailes Brothers and Lee Moore, Wade Mainer and Julia Mainer and Leon Spain, Original Drifting Cowboys.

Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 1. Rounder Records 1013, 1974. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Red Blecher and the Kentucky Ridgerunners, Franklin Brothers, Shannon Grayson, Hobo Jack, Hobo Jack and His Kentucky Pals, Kelleys, Ronnie Knittel and Holston Valley Ramblers, Lilly Brothers, Byron Parker and His Hillbillies of Radio Station WIS, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, John Reedy and His Stone Mountain Hillbillys, Whitey and Hogan, Phebel Wright.

Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 2. Rounder Records 1014, [1976]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Red Allen, Brewster Brothers, Brewster Brothers and the Four Brothers Quartet, Marvin Cobb and Frank Wakefield and the Chain Mountain Boys, Country Pardners, L.C. Smith and Ralph Mayo and the Southern Mountain Boys, Estil Stewart and Flat Mountain Boys, Toby Stroud and the Blue Mountain Boys, Frank Wakefield and Buster Turner, Dave Woolum and Noah Crase, Dave Woolum and His Kentucky Mountain Boys with Noah Crase, Dave Woolum and Curley Tuttle and the Laurel Mountain Boys, Wright Brothers.

Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 3: New Sounds Ramblin’ from Coast to Coast. Rounder Records 1015, [1983]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Barrier Brothers, Colwell Brothers, Eubanks Brothers, Hamm Brothers, Jerry and Sky, Hack Johnson and His Tennesseeans, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Rebe and Rabe, Shenandoah Valley Trio, Dave Woolum.

Early Days of Bluegrass, Volume 5: The Rich-R-Tone Story. Rounder Records 1017, 1974. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Bailey Brothers, Caudill Family, Stoney and Wilma Lee Cooper, Frank Hunter, Pee Wee Lambert and Curley Parker, Glen Neaves, Buster Pack, Sauceman Brothers, Stanley Brothers, Cecil Surratt.

 

Box 36: LP Box 20: Early Mandolin – Mountain Music

Early Mandolin Classics, Volume 1. Rounder Records 1050, 1989.
Featuring: H.M. Barnes Blue Ridge Ramblers, Canario y Su Grupo, Ctpyhha Opkectpa, Dallas String Band, Arizona Dranes, Sleepy John Estes, Evans and McClain, Gioviale String Trio, King David’s Jug Band, Al Miller, Mississippi Mud Steppers, Matthew Prater and Nap Hayes, “Doc” Roberts and Asa Martin, Vol Stevens, Gid Tanner’s Skillet Lickers, Three Stripped Gears.

Early Rural String Bands. RCA Records LPV-552, 1968.
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Carolina Tar Heels, Henry Ford’s Old Time Dance Orchestra, Gwen Foster, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Bill Helms and His Upson County Band, W.A. Hinton, Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers, Charlie Monroe and His Kentucky Pardners, J.P. Nester, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers, A.C. (Eck) Robertson, Shelor Family, Leo Soileau and His Three Aces, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers.

Echoes of the Ozarks, Volume 1: Arkansas String Bands, 1927-1930. County Records 518, [1977].
Featuring: Arkansas Barefoot Boys, Ashley’s Mountain Men, Carter Brothers and Son, Dutch Coleman and Red Whitehead, Morrison Twin Brothers String Band, Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers.

Echoes of the Ozarks, Volume 2: Arkansas String Bands, 1927-1930. County Records 519, [1970].
Featuring: Luke Highnight’s Ozark Strutters, Fiddlin’ Bob Larkan and Family, Reaves White County Ramblers, Dr. Smith’s Hoss Hair Pullers, A.E. Ward and His Ploughboys.

Echoes of the Ozarks, Volume 3. County Records 520, [1970].
Featuring: Birkhead and Lane, Carter Brothers and Son, Hiter Colvin, George Edgin’s Corn Dodgers, Fiddlin’ Sam Long, Perry County Music Makers, Weems String Band.

Festival of American Fiddle Tunes. Voyager Records VRLP 326-S, [1979].
Featuring: Dewey and Tony Balfa and Marc Savoy, Hank Bradley and Jody Stecher, Greg and Jere Canote and Stefan Sanders, Mark Graham and Jerry Gallaher, Kenny Hall and Sandy Bradley, Jerry Holland and Mike Saunders, Paul Hostetter and Irene Herrman, Alan Jabbour and Bertram Levy, Hobe Kytr, Dudley and Pat Laufman, Bill Mitchell and Phil and Vivian Williams and Dick Marvin, Paul Rangell and Frannie Leopold, Tom Sauber, Mike Seeger and Alice Gerrard.

Fiddle Jam Session. Voyager Records VRLP 301, [1966].
Featuring: Byron Berline, Dave Frisbee, J.C. Gentle, Bill Long, Bud Meredith, Bill Mitchell, Lonnie Peerce, Fay Sneed, Loyd Wanzer, Jim Widner, Don Wiles, Vivian Williams, Bill Yohey and Friends, Duane Youngblood.

Fiddlers’ Convention in Mountain City, Tennessee. County Records 525, [1972].
Featuring: Clarence “Tom” Ashley, Charlie Bowman and His Brothers, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter, Hill-Billies, Fiddlin’ Powers and Family, Vance’s Tennessee Breakdowners.

Fiddlers Hall of Fame. Starday Records SLP 209, 1975.
Featuring: Ward Allen, Curly Cline and the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, Crook Brothers, Howdy Forrester, Ramona Jones, Benny Martin, Jerry Rivers, Arthur “Guitar Boogie” Smith, Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith, Buddy Spiker and Shorty Lavender, Scotty Stoneman, Tommy Hill String Band, Chubby Wise and the Rainbow Branch Boys.

Folk Music of Puerto Rico. Archive of Folk Song AFS L18, [1974]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Isaac Rivera Ayende and Marcelino Oguenda, Marina Benitez and Barbarita Delgado and Marina Christina Rivera and Luz María Encarnacion and Matila Rivera and Felix Osorio, Arcadio Contares, Rafaela Padilla, Francisco Perez, Ernesto Marcano Pinero, Ramona Pizzaro, Timoteo Quinones, Emilio Santana Solis.

Folk, Pops ‘n Jazz Sampler. Elektra Records SMP-3, 1957.
Featuring: Teddy Charles, Clarence Cooper, Four French Horns, Cynthia Gooding, Jazz Messengers, Ed McCurdy, New York Jazz Quartet, Susan Reed, Sabicas, Norene Tate, Josh White, Glen Yarbrough.

Folk Sampler 5. Elektra Records SMP-5, [1962].
Featuring: Theodore Bikel, Marilyn Child and Glenn Yarbrough, Paul Clayton, Cuadro Flamenco, Erik Darling, Folk Singers, Gene and Francesca, Cynthia Gooding, Tom Kines, Lord Foodoos, Oranim Zabar Israeli Troupe, Original Trinidad Steel Band, Randolph Singers, Shanty Boys, Josh White.

Folk Songs of America: The Robert Winslow Gordon Collection, 1922-1932. Archive of Folk Song AFS L68, 1978. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Francis H. Abbot, W.E. Bird, John W. Dillon, Nellie Galt, W.M. (Billy) Givens, Ben Harney, Ernest Helton, A.B. Holly, Fred Lewey, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Mary C. Mann, J.D. Purdy, Bessie Shaw, J.A.S. Spencer, James G. Strikeleather, Nancy Weaver Strikeleather, Julius Sutton, A. Wilkins, Betty Bush Winger.

Friends of Old Time Music. Folkways Records FA 2390, 1964. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Clarence Ashley and Doc Watson, Dock Boggs, Jesse Fuller, Roscoe Holcomb, Clint Howard and Fred Price and Doc Watson, Mississippi John Hurt, Almeda Riddle, Hobart Smith, Stanley Brothers, Doc Watson and Gaither Carlton.

Galax International: Old Time, Mountain and Bluegrass Music by International Visitors to Galax, VA. Heritage Records HRC 067, 1988. 2 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Hiro Arita, Betty Baking Plate and the Bull Mountain Bakers, Boston City Limits, Paul Brown, Margaret Dobbs and Dale Dobbs, Theodore Elsey, Mike Fenton, Fingers and Co., Willard Gayheart, Jack Hirschom, Ken Inoue, Sumio Inoue, Tommy Jarrell, Rod Jones and Judy Jones, Theo Lissenberg, Mountain Ramblers, New Smiling Mountain Boys, Peggy Parish, Pete Parish, Mike Preston, Rhythm Godzilla, Schara Band, Toshiki Shimamura, Jeff Staley, Steamboat Entertainers, Raffaello “Rafe” Stefanini, Gerard Theiler, Wild Cats.

Galax, Virginia Old Fiddlers’ Convention. Folkways Records FA 2435, 1964. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Tom Ashley, Uncle Rufus Blackburn, Brushy River Boys, Norman Edmonds, Billy Edwards, Dot Edwards and Katie Golden, Clint Howard, J.E. Mainer’s Band, Udel McPeak and Billy Edwards, Ivor Melton, Sonny Miller, Mountain Ramblers, Old Timers, George Peagram, Buddy Pendleton, Kenneth Poovey, Larry Richardson and Sonny Miller and Johnny Jackson, Southern Mountain Boys, George Stoneman, Sunny Mountain Boys, Virginia Play Boys, Wade Ward and Dale Poe and Charlie Higgins.

Gambler’s Lament: Old-time Songs and Ballads from the Southern States. Country Turtle Records 6001, [1980?].
Featuring: Green Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Baker, Blind Andy, Richard (Rabbit) Brown, Carver Boys, Prof. and Mrs. I.G. Greer, Zack Hurt, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Oda Roark and George Roark, Shortbuckle Roark and Family, Posey Rorer and the North Carolina Ramblers, Virginia Dandies, Wheeler and Lamb.

Georgia Fiddle Bands: Recorded Live at the 1982 Brandywine Mountain Music Convention. Heritage Records 048, 1983.
Featuring: Major Contay and the Canebrake Rattlers, Double Decker Stringband, Bert Layne, Lowe Stokes and Joe LaRose and Mac Benford, Gordon Tanner and Joe Miller and Phil Tanner, Joe Wilson.

Georgia Fiddle Bands, Volume 2. County Records 544, [197?].
Featuring: Hershal Brown’s Washboard Band, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Cofer Brothers, Georgia Organ Grinders, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Hometown Boys, Earl Johnson’s Clodhoppers, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes and Riley Puckett, Skillet Lickers, Walburn and Hethcox.

Going Down the Valley: Vocal and Instrumental Styles in Folk Music from the South. New World Records NW 236, 1977. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Ashley and Abernathy, Callahan Brothers, Carter Brothers and Son, Coon Creek Girls, Fort Worth Doughboys, Ben Jarrell and Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters, Bela Lam and His Greene County Singers, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Wade Mainer and Zeke Morris and Steve Ledford, Perry County Music Makers, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers, Shortbuckle Roark and Family, Shelor Family, Ernest V. Stoneman and His Dixie Mountaineers, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers.

Grand Ole “You-Know-What.” Radiola Records MR-1156, 1985.
Featuring: Rod Brasfield, Dinning Sisters, Red Foley, George D. “The Solemn Ole’ Judge” Hay, Tommy Jackson, Jordanaires, Uncle Dave Macon and Dorris, Old Hickory Singers, Cousin Minnie Pearl, Possum Hunters, Marty Robbins, Carl Smith, Stringbean, Del Wood.

Great Big Yam Potatoes: Anglo-American Fiddle Music from Mississippi. Mississippi Department of Archives and History AH-002, 1985. Includes booklet.
Featuring: W.A. Bledsoe, John Brown, Enos Canoy, Lola Canoy, Tim Canoy, W.E. Claunch, John Hatcher, Christine Haygood, Horace Kinard, Frank Kittrell, Mollie Kittrell, Charles Long, Jim Myers, Sam Neal, Hardy Sharp, Stephen B. Tucker, Douglas Williams.

Hell Broke Loose in Georgia: Georgia Fiddle Bands, 1927-1934. County Records 514, [197?].
Featuring: Fiddlin’ John Carson’s Virginia Reelers, Dupree’s Rome Boys, Georgia Crackers, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Bill Helms’ Upson County Band, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Shores Southern Trio, Lowe Stokes and Mike Whitten, Lowe Stokes’ Georgia Potlickers, Swamp Rooters, Gid Tanner’s Skillet Lickers.

High Atmosphere. Rounder Records 0028, 1974. Includes booklet.
Featuring: E.C. Ball, Gaither Carlton, Dillard Chandler, Lloyd Chandler, Fred Cockerham, George Landers, Sidna Myers, Dellie Norton, Frank Proffitt, Wade Reedy and E.C. Ball, Wade Ward.

Home in West Virginia: West Virginia Project, Volume 2. Old Homestead Records OHCS 177, 1987.
Featuring: Warren Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers, Billy Cox, Frank Dudgeon, John B. Evans, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Ellis Hall and Bill Addis, Roy Harvey and Bernice Coleman and Ernest Branch, Jackson County Barn Owls, Dick Justice, Fred Pendleton and West Virginia Melody Boys, Blind Alfred Reed and Arville Reed, Blaine Smith and Cal Smith, Weaver Brothers Miller Wikel and John McGhee.

Hot As I Am: Western Swing, 1935-1941. Rambler Records 105, 1981.
Featuring: Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Light Crust Doughboys, Modern Mountaineers, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Saddle Tramps, Tune Wranglers.

I Kind of Believe It’s a Gift: Field Recordings of Traditional Music from Southcentral Kentucky. Meriweather 1001-2, [1977]. 2 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Troy Basil, Jim Bowles, Zelma Bowles, Street Butler, J.E. Chelf, Bud Garrett, John Graves, Pat Kingery, Clorine Lawson, Isham Monday, Gladys Pace, Taylor Chapel A.M.E. Church, Walker Family, Gusty Wallace.

I’m Old but I’m Awfully Tough: Traditional Music of the Ozark Region. Missouri Friends of the Folk Arts MFFA 1001, [1977]. 2 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Lawrence Baker, Jake Hockemeyer and Russ Orchard, Green Berry Horton, Vesta Johnson and Don Womack, Troy Lee and Rex Offutt and Ray Offutt, Lee Finis Cameron “Tip” McKinney, Charlie Pashia, Joe Politte, Rose Pratt, Frank Reed and Alva Lee Hendren, Emmanuel Wood and Family.

Instrumental Music of the Southern Appalachians. Tradition Records TLP 1007, [1976].
Featuring: Etta Baker, Richard Chase, Lacey Phillips, Edd Presnell, Boone Reid, Hobart Smith.

Jug Bands. Folkways Records RF-6, 1963. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Birmingham Jug Band, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, Clifford’s Louisville Jug Band, Dixieland Jug Blowers, King David’s Jug Band, Memphis Jug Band, Old Southern Jug Band.

Kentucky Country: Old Time Music from Kentucky. Rounder Records 1037, 1983.
Featuring: Appalachia Vagabond, Bird’s Kentucky Corn Crackers, Cliff Gross and Muryel Campbell, Hack String Band, Karl and Harty, Buell Kazee, Lonesome Luke and His Farm Boys, Slim Miller with the Cumberland Ridge Runners, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Quartet, Prairie Ramblers, Shortbuckle Roark and Family, Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, Jilson Setters and J.W. Day, B.F. Shelton, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers.

Kirkland Recordings. Tennessee Folklore Society TFS-106, 1984. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Arthur Anderson, Wheeler Bailey and Preston Fulp, J.B. Cantrell, J.B. Easter, Buck Fulton, Sam Hatcher, Bob House, Lola Long, Clara J. McCauley, Ashley Moore, Jack Moore, Columbus Popejoy, Raymond Stanley, Matt Simmons and John Lewis, W.H. Thomas, Marie Walker, Eugene Wallace.

Library of Congress Banjo Collection. Rounder Records 0237, 1988. Includes booklet.
Featuring: McKinley Asher, Bob Bossie, Lifus Gibson, Austin Harmon, Ernest Helton, Theophilus G. Hoskins, Albert Josey, Belton Reese, Raymond Swinney, Walter Williams, Thaddeus Willingham.

Live Again!: WCYB-Bristol Farm and Fun Time. Rebel Records REB-854, 1988.
Featuring: Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Curly King and the Tennessee Hilltoppers, Carter and J.P. Sauceman and the Green Valley Boys, Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, Mac Wiseman and the Country Boys.

Maple Leaf Rag: Ragtime in Rural America. New World Records NW 235, 1977. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Blake, Billy Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Dallas String Band, Cow Cow Davenport, Rev. Gary Davis, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Roy Harvey and Jess Johnson, Bunk Johnson and His Band, Blind Willie McTell, China Poplin, Spooney Five, Jimmie Tarlton, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Merle Travis, Sugar Underwood.

Maple on the Hill and Other Old Time Country Favorites. RCA Camden CAS-898(e), 1965.
Featuring: Carlisle Brothers, Delmore Brothers, Bradley Kincaid, Uncle Dave Macon, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Riley Puckett.

Minstrels and Tunesmiths: The Commercial Roots of Early Country Music. John Edwards Memorial Foundation JEMF-109, 1981. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Bentley Ball, Kitty Cheatham, Carroll C. Clark, Arthur Collins and Company, Billy Golden, Wendell Hall, Joe Heins, May Irwin, James Marlowe, Harry McClaskey, Vess L. Ossman, Dan Quinn, Don Richardson, Lan Spencer and Charles D’Almaine, Uncle Josh (Cal Stewart), Tuskegee Institute Singers, Fred Van Eps, George P. Watson.

Mississippi Sawyers: A Collection of Old-Time Mississippi Fiddling. Sawyer Records 101, [1980].
Featuring: Mickey Davis, Glen Dickerson, W.D. Dickerson, Tom Dumas, Alvis Massengale, Cartis Massengale, George Cecil McLeod, Hoyt Ming and Rozell Ming, Bill Mitchell, Jack Moran, S.S. Moran, Merle “Red” Taylor, Bryson Wilemon.

More Clawhammer Banjo Songs and Tunes from the Mountains. County Records 717, [1969].
Featuring: Gaither Carlton, Fred Cockerham, Tommy Jarrell, Sidna Myers and Fulton Myers, Matokie Slaughter, Willard Watson, Oscar Wright.

More Country Music Spectacular. Starday Records SLP 140, [1961]. 2 records.
Featuring: Cowboy Copas, Bob Duncan, Tommy Hill, Lonnie Irving, George Jones, Merle Kilgore, Benny Martin, Darrell McCall, Frankie Miller, Moon Mullican, Dottie Sills, Margie Singleton, Red Sovine, Justin Tubb, Willis Brothers.

Mountain Music of Kentucky. Folkways Records FA 2317, 1968. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Granville Bowlen, Willie Chapman, “Banjo” Bill Cornett, James B. Cornett, James Crase, George Davis, Martha Hall, Roscoe Holcomb, Lee Sexton, Marion Summner, Martin Young and Corbett Grigsby.

 

Box 37:  LP Box 21: Music Never Ends – Preachin’, Prayin’

Music Never Dies: A Vandalia Sampler, 1977-1987. Elderberry Records ER004, 1988. 2 records.
Featuring: Greg Bentle, Bing Brothers, Elmer Bird, Blackie Cool, Basil Blake, Andy Boarman, Ethel Caffie-Austin, Capt. Easy Crum, Ernie Carpenter, Bonnie Collins, Jim Costa, Jenes Cottrell, Joe Davis, Wilson Douglas, Ray Eppler, Russell Fluharty, Frank George, Green Meadow String Band, Delbert Hughes, Mike Humphreys, Pete Humphreys, Bill Iman, John Johnson, Kim Johnson, Danny Kessinger, Robin Kessinger, Tom King, Buddy Koontz, John Loving, Marvine Loving, Ruth Lyons, Gerald Milnes, Auvil Mitchell, French Mitchell, Morris Brothers, Ron Mullennex, Ira Mullins, Sylvia O’Brien, David O’Dell, Pheoba Parson, Mark Payne, Nat Reese, Carl Rutherford, Mack Samples, Harvey Sampson and the Big Possum String Band, Lefty Shafer, Robert Shafer, Woody Simmons, Delano Smith, Glen Smith, Lafe Spry, Sloan Staggs, Lee Triplett, Israel Welch, Tom Welch, Aunt Jennie Wilson, Melvin Wine, Charlie Winter.

Music of French America Recorded at the Brandywine Mountain Music Convention. Rounder Records 6010, 1977. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Balfa Brothers, Louis Boudreault, Joe Politte, Simon St. Pierre.

Music of Tennessee: Recorded Live at the 1981 Brandywine Mountain Music Convention. Heritage Records 042, 1982.
Featuring: Virgil Anderson, Robert “Bud” Garrett, Clint Howard, Fred Price, Roan Mountain Hilltoppers.

Music of the Ozarks: Recorded Live at the 1984 Brandywine Mountain Music Convention. Heritage Records 060, 1985.
Featuring: Major Contay and the Canebrake Rattlers, Art Galbraith and Gordon McCann, Bud Hunt, Grandpa Jones, Brad Leftwich and Linda Higginbotham and Mark Ritchie.

Nashville: The Early String Bands, Volume 1. County Records 541, 1976. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Binkley Brothers’ Dixie Clodhoppers, Sid Harkreader and Grady Moore, Uncle Dave Macon, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Sam McGee and Kirk McGee, Uncle Bunt Stephens, Paul Warmack and His Gully Jumpers.

Nashville: The Early String Bands, Volume 2. County Records 542, 1976.
Featuring: Deford Bailey, Crook Brothers String Band, Theron Hale, Theron Hale and Daughters, Uncle Dave Macon, Uncle Dave Macon and His Fruit Jar Drinkers, Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Schreiber, Sam McGee and Kirk McGee, Uncle Jimmy Thompson.

Native American Ballads. RCA Records LPV-548, 1967.
Featuring: Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Davis, Delmore Brothers, Dick Devall, Newton Gaines, Jazz Gillum and Big Bill Broonzy, Travis B. Hale and E.J. Derry Jr., Hall Brothers, Kelly Harrell, Bradley Kincaid, Harry “Mac” McClintock, Red Patterson’s Piedmont Log Rollers, B.F. Shelton, Carl T. Sprague, Swingbillies, Tenneva Ramblers.

New Acoustic Music Sampler. Rounder Records AN-02, [1984].
Featuring: Darol Anger, Russ Barenberg, Pierre Bensusan, Norman Blake, Jerry Douglas, Bela Fleck, Mark O’Connor, Tony Rice, Alan Stivell, Tony Trischka, Rob Wasserman.

New England Traditional Fiddling: An Anthology of Recordings, 1926-1975. John Edwards Memorial Foundation JEMF-105, 1978. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Elmer Barton, Louis Beaudoin and Wilfred Beaudoin, Leon “Fritz” Carl, Neal Converse, Joseph Cormier, Paddy Cronin, Wes Dickinson, Camile Dubois, Mellie Dunham’s Orchestra, Evereett Dwyer, Doug Goodwin, Ben Guillemette, Duane Perry, Plymouth Vermont Old-Time Barn Dance Orchestra, Uncle Joe Shippee, L.O. Weeks, Ron West.

New Folk Sampler. Elektra Records SMP-2, 1956.
Featuring: Alan Arkin, Theodore Bikel, Clarence Cooper, Jean Leon Destine, Funmakers, Cynthia Gooding, Gordon Heath and Lee Payant, Los Gitanillos de Cadiz, Ed McCurdy, Susan Reed, Jean Ritchie and Oscar Brand, Suzanne Robert, Josh White.

Now That’s a Good Tune: Masters of Traditional Missouri Fiddling. Grey Eagle Records 101, 1989. 2 records. Includes booklet.
Featuring: R.P. Christeson, Billy Eddy, Lyman Enloe, Gene Goforth, Carol Hascall, Vesta Johnson, Dean Johnston, Pete McMahan, Cyril Stinnett, Howe Teague, Charlie Walden, Bob Walsh, Nile Wilson.

Okeh Western Swing. Epic Records EG 37324, 1982. 2 records.
Featuring: Al Bernard Accompanied by the Goofus Five, Blue Ridge Playboys, Spade Cooley and His Orchestra, Crystal Springs Ramblers, Slim Harbert and His Boys, Hi-Flyers, Hi-Neighbor Boys, Adolf Hofner and His Orchestra, Light Crust Doughboys, Leon McAuliffe and His Western Swing Band, Emmett Miller and His Georgia Crackers, Roy Newman and His Boys, W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys, Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys, Range Riders, Saddle Tramps, Sons of the Pioneers, Sons of the West, Ocie Stockard and His Wanderers, Sweet Violet Boys, Swift Jewel Cowboys, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

Old Camp Meeting Time, Volume 1. Power Pak PG-730, 1975.
Featuring: Blackwood Singers, Blue Ridge Quartet, Wilma Lee Cooper and Stoney Cooper, Vic Jordan, Curtis McPeake, Nashville Harmonica, Jackie Phelps, Sego Brothers and Naomi, J.D. Sumner and the Stamps, Sunshine Boys, Roy Wiggins.

Old Originals, Volume 1. Rounder Records 0057, 1978. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Cap Ayers and Darrell Cockram, Ted Boyd and Charlie Woods, Fred Clifton, Grover Cockram and Marvin Cockram, Sam Connor, Frank Dalton and George Wood, Kimble Family, Sam McNeil, New Ballard Fife and Drum Band, Calvin Pendelton and Delmar Pendelton and the Pendelton Family, Bill Shelor, Claris Shelor and Joe Shelor, Doc Williams, Dent Wimmer, Sherman Wimmer.

Old Originals, Volume 2. Rounder Records 0058, 1978. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Haywood Blevins, Jont Blevins, Stuart Carrico, Clell Caudill, Hus Caudill, Calvin Cole, Luther Davis, Munsey Gaultney, Howard Hall, Albert Hash and Paul Spencer and Jones Baldwin, Worley Hash, William Marshall, Fulton Myers, John Patterson, John Rector, Dorothy Rorick, Corbit Stamper and Thornton Spencer.

Old-Time Classics: A Collection of Mountain Banjo Songs and Tunes. County Records 515, [1968].
Featuring: Fisher Hendley and J. Small, W.A. Hinton, Frank Jenkins, Buell Kazee, Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Uncle Dave Macon, Land Norris, Riley Puckett, Red Headed Fiddlers, R.B. Smith and S.J. Allgood, Marion Underwood, Dock Walsh.

Old-Time Classics: A Collection of Mountain Songs. County Records 504, [196?].
Featuring: Binkley Brothers’ Dixie Clodhoppers, Dad Blackard’s Moonshiners, R.D. Burnett and Leonard Rutherford, Carolina Tar Heels, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Kelly Harrell and the Virginia String Band, Byrd Moore and His Hot Shots, North Carolina Ramblers, Pope’s Arkansas Mountaineers, Jack Reedy and His Walker Mountain String Band, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians, Tennessee Ramblers.

Old Time Fiddle Band Music from Kentucky, Volume 1: Wink the Other Eye. Morning Star Records 45003, 1980. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Hack’s String Band, Jimmie Johnson’s String Band, Madisonville String Band, Rutherford and Burnett and Moore, Rutherford and Foster, Taylor’s Kentucky Boys.

Old Time Fiddle Band Music from Kentucky, Volume 2: Wish I Had My Time Again. Morning Star Records 45004, 1980.
Featuring: Green Baily, H.L. Bandy, Cobb and Underwood, Ted Gossett’s String Band, Hatton Brothers, Lonesome Luke and His Farm Hands, Doc Roberts, Taylor and Burnett and Moore.

Old Time Fiddle Band Music from Kentucky, Volume 3: Way Down South in Dixie. Morning Star Records 45005, 1980.
Featuring: H.L. Bandy, Blue Ridge Mountaineers, Green’s String Band, Kentucky Mountain Choristers, Kentucky String Ticklers, Asa Martin, Doc Roberts, Walter Family, Charlie Wilson and His Hayloft Boys.

Old-Time Fiddle Classics. County Records 507, [196?].
Featuring: Charlie Bowman and His Brothers, Kahle Brewer and Stoneman’s Dixie Mountaineers, Frank Jenkins’ Pilot Mountaineers, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Kessinger Brothers, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Roane County Ramblers, Eck Robinson and Family, Arthur Smith and the Delmore Brothers, Lowe Stokes and Riley Puckett, Stripling Brothers, Clarence Todd and Ollie Bunn.

Old-Time Fiddle Classics, Volume 2. County Records 527, [1973].
Featuring: Charlie Bowman and His Brothers, East Texas Serenaders, Ted Gossett’s Band, Kessinger Brothers, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Byrd Moore and Leonard Rutherford and R.D. Burnett, Red Headed Fiddlers, Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, Eck Robertson, Melvin Robinette and Byrd Moore, Sharp, Hinman and Sharp, Swamp Rooters.

Old Time Harmonica Classics. County Records 549, 1991.
Featuring: Tom Ashley and Gwen Foster, DeFord Bailey, Humphrey Bate, Dutch Coleman and Red Whitehead, Crook Brothers String Band, Walter Davis and Gwen Foster, J.H. Howell, Murphy Brothers, Oliver Sims, Henry Whitter, Kyle Wooten.

Old-Time Mountain Guitar: Finger-Style Guitar, 1926-1930. County Records 523, [1972].
Featuring: Leonard Copeland, Johnny Crockett and Albert Crockett, John Dilleshaw and the String Marvel, David Fletcher and Gwen Foster, Roy Harvey, Frank Hutchison, Jess Johnson, Sam McGee, David Miller, Lowe Stokes’ North Georgians.

Old Time Music at Clarence Ashley’s. Folkways Records FA 2355, 1961. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Clarence “Tom” Ashley, Eva Ashley Moore, Gaither Carlton, Stella Gilbert, Clint Howard, Jack Johnson, Tommy Moore, Fred Price, Ralph Rinzler, Doc Watson.

Old Time Music at Clarence Ashley’s, Part 2. Folkways Records FA 2359, 1961. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Clarence “Tom” Ashley, Gaither Carlton, Garley Foster, Clint Howard, Original Carolina Tar Heels, Fred Price, Doc Walsh, Arnold Watson, Doc Watson.

Old-Time Southern Dance Music: Ballads and Songs. Old Timey Records OT 102, [196?].
Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Cliff Carlisle, Coon Creek Gals, Bill Cox and Cliff Hobbs, Darby and Tarlton, Dixon Brothers, Grayson and Whitter, Lone Star Cowboys, Wade Mainer, Lewis McDaniel and Gid Smith, Byrd Moore’s Hot Shots, Jimmy Tarlton, Ephraim Woodie.

Old-Time Southern Dance Music: The String Bands, Volume 1. Old Timey Records OT 100, [196?].
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Hershel Brown and His Washboard Band, Joseph Falcon, Grayson and Whitter, Hackberry Ramblers, Mississippi Mud Steppers, Moatsville String Ticklers, Charlie Poole, Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, Roane County Ramblers, Scottdale String Band, Arthur Smith Trio, Spooney Five, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers.

Old-Time Southern Dance Music: The String Bands, Volume 2. Old Timey Records OT 101, [196?].
Featuring: Nathan Abshire, Little Joe Arwood, Ashley’s Melody Men, Carolina Tar Heels, Buster Carter and Preston Young, Darby and Tarlton, Earl Johnson’s Clodhoppers, Uncle Bud Landress, Byrd Moore and His Hot Shots, Riley Puckett, Eck Robertson, Bayless Rose, Scottdale String Band, Spooney Five, Three Stripped Gears.

Old-Time String Band Classics, Recorded 1927-1933. County Records 531, 1975.
Featuring: Aiken County String Band, Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Booker Orchestra, Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers, Floyd County Ramblers, Fox Chasers, Ted Gossett’s Band, Luke Highnight and His Ozark Strutters, Alex Hood and His Railroad Boys, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Roanoke Jug Band, Sharp, Hinman and Sharp.

Old Time Tunes from Coal Creek. Heritage Records V, 1975.
Featuring: Leone Parish, Roscoe Parish, John Patterson, Pipers Gap Ramblers.

Operators’ Specials. String Records STR807, 1979.
Featuring: Doug Bine and His Dixie Ramblers, Leaford Hall and His Texas Vagabonds, Adolf Hofner and His San Antonians, Buddy Jones, Hoyle Nix and His West Texas Cowboys, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Bob Skyles and His Skyrockets, Sons of the West, Ocie Stockard and His Wanderers, Tune Wranglers, Johnny Lee Wills and His Boys, Smoky Wood and His Wood Chips.

Opry Time in Tennessee. Starday Records SLP 177, 1975.
Featuring: Archie Campbell, Lew Childre, Cowboy Copas, Pete Drake, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, Uncle John Graves, George Jones, Lonzo and Oscar, Benny Martin and the Boys, Moon Mullican, Old Hickory Singers, Rainbow Ranch Boys, Red Sovine, Stringbean, Justin Tubb, Willis Brothers.

Original 22 Countrypolitan Hits. Crystal Corporation LP 1100, [1960].
Featuring: Bill Anderson, Glen Campbell, Henson Cargill, Patsy Cline, Johnny Darrell, Red Foley, Jack Greene, Bobby Helms, Burl Ives, George Jones, Bobby Lewis, Loretta Lynn, Linda Manning, Robert Mitchum, Buck Owens, Webb Pierce, Del Reeves, Jeannie C. Riley, Jimmie Rodgers, Jeannie Seely, Red Sovine, Kitty Wells.

Paramount Old Time Tunes. John Edwards Memorial Foundation JEMF-103, [1976]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Emry Arthur, Carver Boys, Chumber, Coker and Rice, Fruit Jar Guzzlers, Golden Melody Boys, Sid Harkreader and Grady Moore, Whitey Johns, Rex Kelly, Kentucky Thorobreds, Owen Mills, North Carolina Ramblers and Roy Harvey, Vaughan Quartet, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles, Welling and Schannen.

Pioneers of Cajun Accordion: 1929-1935. Old Timey Records OT 128, 1989.
Featuring: Nathan Abshire, Amede Ardoin, Amede Breaux, Joe Falcon, Bixy Guidry, Delin T. Guillory, Angelas LeJeune, Lawrence Walker.

Play and Dance Songs and Tunes. Archive of Folk Song AFS L9, [1959]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: E.C. Ball and Blair C. Reedy, Justus Begley, Eva Grace Boone, Enos Canoy and Lola Canoy and Tim Canoy, O.L. Coffey, Calvin Cole and Dan Tate, Oscar Harper, Thomas Mann, Jim F. Myers, Nashville Washboard Band, S.C. Simon, Anne Williams.

Poor Man, Rich Man: American Country Songs of Protest. Rounder Records 1026, [198?]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Gene Autry, Green Bailey, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Dixon Brothers, Georgia Crackers, Hart Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon, Dave McCarn, Harry McClintock, Monroe Brothers, Blind Alfred Reed, Slim Smith, Ernest V. Stoneman, Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles, Welling and McGhee, Wheeler and Lamb.

Possum Up a Gum Stump: Home, Field, and Commercial Recordings of Alabama Fiddlers, Past and Present. Alabama Traditions 103, 1988. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Howard Colburn, Monte Crowder, “Fiddling” Tom Freeman, Howard Hamil, Y.Z. Hamilton, Matt Hill, D. Dix Hollis, Johnson Family, Leonard Keith, Noah Lacy, Joe Lee, Jess Moore, Charlie Stripling, Ralph Whited.

Preachin’, Prayin’, Singin’. Starday Records SLP 303, 1975.
Featuring: Blue Sky Boys, Hylo Brown, Country Gentlemen, Red Ellis, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Jim and Jesse, Lewis Family, Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, New River Boys, Rev. Barney Pierce, Wayne Raney and Raney Family, Stanley Brothers, Stoneman Family, Carl Story and His Rambling Mountaineers.

 

Box 38: LP Box 22: Railroad – TV Reguests

Railroad in Folk Song. RCA Records LPV-532, 1966.
Featuring: Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Davis, Delmore Brothers, G.B. Grayson, Johnson Brothers, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Palmer McAbee, Harry “Mac” McClintock, Monroe Brothers, Byron Parker and His Mountaineers, Blind Alfred Reed, Rouse Brothers, Tenneva Ramblers, Paul Warmack and His Gully Jumpers.

Ridin’ in an Old Model T: Toddles, Wobbles, Rags and Blues. County Records 548, 1986.
Featuring: Barnes Blue Ridge Ram, Dixie Ramblers, Freeny Harmonizers, Grinnell Giggers, Johnson and Moore, Maddux Family, McLaughlin Melody Makers, Ray Brothers, Rector Trio, Scottdale String Band, Shaw’s Alabama Entertainers, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers.

Rod Kennedy Presents: Kerrville Folk Festival Live 1974. PSG Recording PSG-53, 1974.
Featuring: Asleep at the Wheel, Bill and Bonnie Hearne, Ray Wiley Hubbard, Flaco Jimenez, Jimmy Johnson, Riley Osbourne, Plum Nelly, Bill Priest, Southern Strangers, Kenneth Threadgill, Three Faces West, Chubby Wise and Terry Morris.

Rod Kennedy Presents: Kerrville Folk Festival Live 1975. PSG Recording PSG-68, 1975. 2 records.
Featuring: Bluegrass ReVue, Bobby Bridger, Carol Cisneros, Guy Clark, Allen Damron, Denim, Steve Fromholz, Segle Fry, Bill and Bonnie Hearne, Carolyn Hester, Hickory, Ray Wiley Hubbard, Juke Boy Bonner, Dave Houston, Lou-Ray, Dee Moeller, Augie Meyer, Plum Nelly, Don Sanders, Mike Seeger, Robert Shaw, Rick Stein, T&M Express, T. Gosney Thornton, Kenneth Threadgill, Johnny Vandiver, Townes Van Zandt, Terry Waldo, Wheatfield.

Roots of American Music, Volume 4. Gusto Records GD-5045X, 1982.
Featuring: Beegie Adair, Fred Carter Jr., Tony Chapdelaine, Clay Claire, Charlie Collins, Rita Faye, Josh Graves, Hoot Hester, Vic Jordan, John Komrada, Anne Marie, Terry McMillan, Carlos Nostro, Bobby Odgin, Gordon Reed, Dave Romero, Steve Schaffer, Terry Smith.

Round the Heart of Old Galax, Volume 3. County Records 535, 1980.
Featuring: Emmett Lundy and Kelly Lundy, J.P. Nestor and Norman Edmonds, Pipers Gap Ramblers, John Rector, Sweet Brothers, Wade Ward.

Rowdy Country: 14 Blockbuster Music Hits. K-tel Records WU 3680, 1983.
Featuring: Moe Bandy, Earl Thomas Conley, Lacy J. Dalton, David Frizzell and Shelly West, Tom T. Hall, Waylon Jennings, Mel McDaniel, Ronnie McDowell, Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed, T.G. Sheppard, Joe Sun, Hank Williams Jr.

Scottish Traditional Fiddle Music. Olympic Records OL 6151, 1978.
Featuring: Angus Strathspey and Reel Society, Florence Burns, Angus Cameron, William MacPherson, Arthur Robertson, Scottish Fiddle Festival Orchestra, Shetland Fiddlers’ Society.

Seems Like Romance to Me: Traditional Fiddle Tunes from Ohio. Gambier Folklore Society GFS 901, 1985. Includes booklet.
Featuring: John Hannah, Cliff Hardesty and Telford Hardesty, Rollie Hommon, Cecil Plum, Lonnie Seymour, Arnold Sharp, Kenny Sidle, Jimmy Wheeler.

Sixth Annual Old Time Fiddlers’ Contest, Craftsbury Common, Vermont. Century Records 32594, [1968].
Featuring: Raymond Anair, Tom Azarian, Louis Beaudoin, Richard Blaustein, Peter Block, John Burke, Elwin Corey, Merle Dubra, Joe Gagne, Frank Grow, Wilfred Guillette, Bunny Kop, Harold Luce, Clement Myers, Ozzie Proof, Bill Royer, Donald Sanville, Fred Smith, Hayden Tibbits, Tony Washburn, Tim Woodbridge, Wayne Young.

Sixty Years of Grand Ole Opry. RCA Records CPL2-9507, 1986. 2 records.
Featuring: Eddy Arnold, Chet Atkins and Hank Snow, DeFord Bailey, Bobby Bare and Skeeter Davis, Binkley Brothers, Browns, Archie Campbell, Crook Brothers, Delmore Brothers and Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith, Lester Flatt, Don Gibson, Theron Hale and Daughters, George Hamilton IV, Johnny and Jack and Kitty Wells, Jordanaires, Bradley Kincaid, Pee Wee King, Hank Locklin, Uncle Dave Macon, Ronnie Milsap, Bill Monroe, Willie Nelson, Osborne Brothers, Dolly Parton, Minnie Pearl and Grandpa Jones, Jim Reeves and Dottie West, Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy, Connie Smith, Ernest Tubb, Justin Tubb, Vagabonds, Porter Wagoner, Billy Walker, Paul Warmack and Gully Jumpers, Willis Brothers, Dell Wood.

Smoky Mountain Ballads. RCA Records LPV-507, 1964.
Featuring: Carter Family, Dixon Brothers, Uncle Dave Macon, J.E. Mainer’s Mountaineers, Wade Mainer and Zeke Morris and Steve Ledford, Monroe Brothers, Arthur Smith Trio, Gid Tanner and Riley Puckett.

Songs of Death and Tragedy. Archive of Folk Song LBC 9, 1976. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Anglin Brothers, Blue Sky Boys, John Cephas, Dixon Brothers, George Harter, Ted Hawkins Mountaineers, Grandpa Jones, Los Conquistadores, Pewee Maddux and His Lazy River Boys, Ethel McCoy, George McCoy, Wladyslaw Polak, Ernest V. Stoneman Trio, Ernest Tubb, Fields Ward.

Songs of Love, Courtship, and Marriage. Archive of Folk Song LBC 2, 1980. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Emry Arthur, Blue Sky Boys, Carolina Tar Heels, Carter Family, Little Buddy Doyle, Uncle Alec Dunford, Lonnie Johnson, Wade Mainer, Sam Manning, Lydia Mendoza and Cuarteto Mendoza, Bill Monroe, John Okimase, Moses “Clear Rock” Platt, James Rachel and John Estes, Segura and Hebert, Jimmie Strothers, J.C. White.

Songs of Migration and Immigration. Archive of Folk Song LBC 6, 1976. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Roy Acuff, Artistic Village Troup, Reuben J. Baboyan, Bamboo Orchestra and Wilmoth Houdini, A. and J. Baxter, Gabriel Brown, Cow Cow Davenport, Uncle Alec Dunford and Fields Ward, Zespol Gorali Giewont, Frank Hovington, Otto Magnusson, Doye O’Dell, D. Perdicopoulos, Wladyslaw Polak, Dick Reinhart, Rose Thompson.

Songs of the Railroad: Recorded 1924-1934. Vetco Records 103, [196?].
Featuring: Blue Ridge Mountain Singers, Fiddlin’ John Carson, Vernon Dalhart, Roy Harvey and Earl Shirkey, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters, Frank Hutchison, Uncle Dave Macon and Sam and Kirk McGee, Pickard Family, Rainey Old Time Band, Red Mountain Trio, Roane County Ramblers, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Henry Whitter.

Sounds Like Jimmie Rodgers. Anthology of Country Music ACM-7, [197?].
Featuring: Roy Acuff, Gene Autry, Bill Carlisle, Cliff Carlisle, Jimmie Davis, Ramblin’ Red Foley, Stuart Hamblen, Hank the Yodelin’ Ranger, Daddy John Love, Jimmie Rodgers, Ernest Tubb.

Sounds of the South: Southern Folk Heritage Series. Atlantic Records 1346, [1960].
Featuring: Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, Estil C. Ball, Bob Carpenter, John Davis and Group, Rev. W.A. Donaldson, Charlie Everidge, Vera Hall, Sid Hemphill and Lucius Smith, Viola James and Congregation, Ed Lewis and Group, Fred McDowell, Neil Morris, Mountain Ramblers, Wade Ward and Charley Higgins and Charley Poe, Lonnie Young and Ed Young and Lonnie Young Jr.

Soundtrack from the Film, Woody Guthrie: Hard Travelin’. Arloco Records ARL-284, [1984].
Featuring: Hoyt Axton, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Woody Guthrie, Rose Maddox, Bill Murlin, Holly Near, Oklahoma Swing Band, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry.

Springtime in the Mountains: Classics of Early Bluegrass. County Records 749, 1975.
Featuring: Red Allen, Ted Lundy and the Southern Mountain Boys, Larry Richardson and Happy Smith.

Steel Guitar Classics. Old Timey Records OT 113, [1973].
Featuring: Roy Acuff, Cliff Carlisle, Jenks “Tex” Carman, Jimmie Davis, Sol Hoopii’s Trio, Kanui and Lula, Jimmy Tarlton, Lemuel Turner.

String Ragtime: To Do This You Got to Know How. Yazoo Records L-1045, [1974].
Featuring: Dave Apollon, Louie Bluie and Ted Bogan, Dallas String Band, John Dilleshaw and the String Marvel, East Texas Serenaders, Herald Goodman and His Tennessee Valley Boys, Nap Hayes and Matthew Prater, Jim and Bob (The Genial Hawaiians), Lonnie Johnson, Chauncey C. Lee, Robert Maxwell, Bob Roberts, Walker’s Corbin Ramblers.

Stompin’ at the Honky Tonk: Western Swing in Houston, 1936-41. String Records STR805, 1978.
Featuring: Shelly Lee Alley and His Alley Cats, Bar-X Cowboys, Cliff Bruner and His Boys, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Bob Dunn’s Vagabonds, Dickie McBride and the Village Boys, Modern Mountaineers, Port Arthur Jubileers, Leon “Pappy” Selph and His Blue Ridge Playboys, Texas Wanderers.

Tennessee: The Folk Heritage, Volume 2: The Mountains. Tennessee Folklore Society TFS-103, [1982]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Barbee Brothers, T.J. “Uncle Jake” Box, Clarence Ferrill, Omer Forster, Dee Hicks, Delsie Hicks, Jesse Hudelston, Cordell Kemp, Lewis Brothers, Hamper McBee, Uncle Jimmy McCarroll, Audrey McGuire, Mrs. B.D., Payne Brothers and Blaustein, Nonnie Presson and Bulow Smith.

Tennessee Strings. Rounder Records 1033, [197?].
Featuring: Allen Brothers, Tom Ashley and Gwen Foster, Dr. Humphrey Bate and His Possum Hunters, Charlie Bowman with His Hill Billies, Fleming and Townsend, Grant Brothers, Johnson Brothers, Ramblin’ Red Lowery, Uncle Dave Macon and Sid Harkreader, Charlie Oaks, Ridgel’s Fountain Citians, Southern Melody Boys, Swift Jewel Cowboys, Vaughan Quartet, Young Brothers and Homer Davenport.

Texas Farewell: Texas Fiddlers, 1922-1930. County Records 517, [1969].
Featuring: J.B. Cranfill, East Texas Serenaders, H. Gilliland, Oscar Harper and Doc Harper, Lewis Brothers, Red Headed Fiddlers, Eck Robertson, Fiddlin’ Jim Pate, Smith’s Garage Fiddle Band, Solomon and Hughes.

Texas Fiddle Favorites. County Records 707, [1966].
Featuring: Lewis Franklin, Major Franklin, Norman Solomon.

Texas Hoedown. County Records 703, [1965?].
Featuring: Bartow Riley, Vernon Solomon, Benny Thomasson.

Texas Sand: Anthology of Western Swing. Rambler Records 101, [198?].
Featuring: Jesse Ashlock, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Cliff Bruner, Roy Newman and His Boys, Prairie Ramblers, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Sunshine Boys, Johnny Tyler and His Riders of the Rio Grande, “T” Texas Tyler and His Oklahoma Melody Boys, Tune Wranglers, Curly Williams and His Georgia Peach Pickers.

That Dobro Sound’s Goin’ ‘Round. Starday Records SLP 340, 1975.
Featuring: Bashful Brother Oswald, Deacon Brumfield, Shot Jackson, Uncle Josh, Hoss Linneman.

Thirty Years of Bluegrass. Gusto Records GT-101, 1977. 2 records.
Featuring: Red Allen, Hylo Brown, Buzz Busby, Bill Clifton, Country Gentlemen, Jim Eanes, Bill Emerson, Flatt and Scruggs, Bill Harrell, Tommy Jackson, Jim and Jesse, Grandpa Jones, Kentucky Travelers, Benny Martin, Jimmy Martin and Bob Osborne, Charlie Monroe, Moore and Napier, New Grass Revival, Reno and Smiley, Allen Shelton, Stanley Brothers, Scotty Stoneman, Stoneman Family, Carl Story, Stringbean, Mac Wiseman.

Tradition Folk Sampler. Tradition Records TSP 1, [1955].
Featuring: Etta Baker, Oscar Brand, Isla Cameron, Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, Paul Clayton, Colyn Davies, El Nino de Ronda, Seamus Ennis, Fred Hellerman, Hillel and Aviva, Ewan MacColl, Ed McCurdy and Erik Darling, Odetta, Jean Ritchie, Glenn Yarbrough.

Traditional Country Classics, 1927-1929. Historical Records HLP 8003, [196?].
Featuring: Burnett and Rutherford, Carrol County Ramblers, Cranford, Miles and Thompson, George “Dad” Crockett, Dilly and His Dill Pickles, Grayson and Whitter, Ben Jarrell, Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers, Charlie Poole’s North Carolina Ramblers, B.F. Shelton, Ernest Stoneman, Taylors’ Kentucky Boys, Marion Underwood, DeCosta Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters, Jackson Young.

Traditional Fiddle Music of Mississippi, Volume 1: Mississippi Breakdown. County Records 528, [1975].
Featuring: Carter Brothers and Son, Ming’s Pep Steppers, Mississippi Possum Hunters, Narmour and Smith, Ray Brothers.

Traditional Fiddle Music of Mississippi, Volume 2: Don’t You Remember the Time. County Records 529, [1975].
Featuring: Freeny’s Barn Dance Band, Leake County Revelers, Nations Brothers, Narmour and Smith.

Traditional Music from the Cumberland Plateau, Volume 1: Gettin’ Up the Stairs. County Records 786, [1987]. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Clyde Davenport, Bessford Hicks, Louie Jones, Rocky Toppers, Retta Spradlin, Clyde Troxell.

Traditional Music from the Cumberland Plateau, Volume 2: Five Miles Out of Town. County Records 787, [1987].
Featuring: Virgil Anderson, Willard Anderson, Clarence Ferrill and Band, Dee Hicks. John Sharp and Band.

Traditional Music from Grayson and Carroll Counties. Folkways Records FS 3811, 1962. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Vester Jones, Glen Neaves and Roscoe Russell, Glen Neaves’ Band, Glen Smith, Ed Spencer, Wade Ward.

Traditional Music on Rounder: A Sampler. Rounder Records 0145, 1981.
Featuring: Orna Ball, Sam Chatmon, Joe Cormier, Tom Doucet, Wilson Douglas, J.P. and Annadeene Fraley, Alva Greene and Francis Gillum, Sarah Gunning, Jerry Holland, Van Holyoak, Snuffy Jenkins and Pappy Sherrill, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Judd, Carl MacKenzie, Asa Martin, Ola Belle Reed, Almeda Riddle, Buddy Thomas, Fields Ward, Nimrod Workman.

TV Requests from the “Singin’ Time in Dixie.” Stateswood Recording SW-404, [1964].
Featuring: Blackwood Brothers, Oak Ridge, Rebels, Speer Family, Stamps, Statesmen.

 

Box 39: LP Box 23: Virginia Breakdown – Young Fogies

Virginia Breakdown. County Records 705, [1966].
Featuring: Otis Burris and the Mountain Ramblers, Sonny Miller and the Southern Mountain Boys, Buddy Pendleton.

Virginia Carolina Sampler. Flyin’ Cloud Records FC-007, 1988.
Featuring: Lonnie Austin, Alice Easley, Buck Easley, Wayne Henderson, Roy Norton, Old Hollow Stringband, Fred Reynolds, Doug Rorrer, Jim Scancarelli, Wayne Seymour.

Virginia Traditions: Blue Ridge Piano Styles. Blue Ridge Institute BRI 005, 1981. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Haywood Blevins, Blue Ridge Ramblers, Janie Carper, Jennifer Crawford, Highlanders, Hillbillies, Gary Patton, Shelor Family, Hobart Smith, Thelma Thompson, Dorothy Zeh.

Virginia Traditions: Early Roanoke Country Radio. Blue Ridge Institute BRI 010, 1988. Includes booklet.
Featuring: Johnnie Autry, Dixie Playboys, Roy Hall and His Blue Ridge Entertainers, Tommy Magness and the Orange Blossom Boys, Roanoke Entertainers, Roanoke Jug Band Texas Troubadours, Wanderers of the Wasteland.

Virginia Traditions: Native Virginia Ballads and Songs. Blue Ridge Institute BRI 004, 1981. Includes booklet.
Featuring: James Taylor Adams, Carter Family, Clinch Mountain Boys, Marvin Cockram, Vernon Dalhart, Floyd County Ramblers, Willard Gayheart, Kelly Harrell, Uncle Branch W. Higgins, Jim Marshall, Spencer Moore, Ted B. Prillaman, Little “Doc” Raymond and the Coleman Pardners, Hobart Smith, Ernest V. Stoneman.

Visits. Heritage Records XXXIII, 1981. 2 records.
Featuring: Scott Ainslie, Ray Alden, Arm and Hammer String Band, Backwoods Band, Andy Cahan, Jeff Claus, Fred Cockerham, Mose Coffman, Correct Tone String Band, Ernest East, Ernest East and the Pine Ridge Boys, Patsy East, Scotty East, J.P. and Annadeene Fraley, Roy Hall, Burl Hammons, John Hoffmann, Dave Howard, Delbert Hughes, Esker Hutchins, Judy Hyman, Benny Jarrell and the Flint Hill Playboys, Tommy Jarrell, Ward Jarvis, Kimble Family, Grey Larsen, Dana Loomis, Lawrence Lowe, Bruce Molsky, Coy Morton, New Rubatonic Entertainers, Lisa Ornstein, Bobby Patterson, Calvin Pendleton, Delmar Pendleton, Pete Peterson, Forest Pick, Puryear Brothers Band, Fiddling Doc Roberts, James Roberts, Neil Rossi, Shelor Family, Smokey Valley Boys, Mac Snow, Dave Spilkia, Ben Steel and His Bare Hands, Dan Tate, Al Tharp, Buddy Thomas, Jay Ungar, Ace Weems and His Fat Meat Boys, Aunt Jenny Wilson, Melvin Wine, Dave Winston, Zenith String Band.

West Virginia Hills: Early Recordings from West Virginia. Old Homestead Records OHCS 141, 1982.
Featuring: Bernice Coleman and the West Virginia Ramblers, Billy Cox, Richard Harold, Roy Harvey and Earl Shirkey, Frank Hutchison, Kessinger Brothers, McClung Brothers, John McGhee, David Miller, Moatsville String Ticklers, Tweedy Brothers, Frank Welling, West Virginia Night Owls, Miller Wikel.

Western Swing. Old Timey Records OT 105, [1966].
Featuring: Bill Boyd, Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers, Milton Brown, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Harry Choates, Hackberry Ramblers, Light Crust Doughboys, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

Western Swing, Volume 2. Old Timey Records OT 116, [1975].
Featuring: Milton Brown and His Brownies, Cliff Bruner and His Boys, Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers, Adolph Hofner and His Texans, Light Crust Doughboys, W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys, Rambling Rangers, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Tune Wranglers, Washboard Wonders, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.

Western Swing, Volume 4. Old Timey Records OT 119, [1980].
Featuring: Shelly Lee Alley and His Alley Cats, Milton Brown and His Brownies, Claude Casey and His Pine State Playboys, Crystal Springs Ramblers, Ted Daffan’s Texans, Modern Mountaineers, W. Lee O’Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys, Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys, Jimmie Revard and His Oklahoma Playboys, Tune Wranglers, Washboard Wonders.

Wonderful World of Old Time Fiddlers, Volume 1. Vetco Records 104, [197?].
Featuring: Blue Ridge Highballers, Roland Cauley and Lake Howard, Crockett’s Kentucky Mountaineers, Hackberry Ramblers and Luderin Darbone, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Jilson Setters, Shores’ Southern Trio, Arthur Smith Trio, Uncle Bunt Stephens, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, White Mountain Orchestra.

Wonderful World of Old Time Fiddlers, Volume 2. Vetco Records 106, [197?].
Featuring: Blue Ridge Highballers, Fiddlin’ John Carson and His Virginia Reelers, Walter Couch and Wilks Ramblers, Ford and Grace, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Bill Helms and His Upson County Band, Al Hopkins and His Buckle Busters, Leake County Revelers, Clayton McMichen and Riley Puckett, Arthur Smith Trio, Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers, Vance’s Tennessee Breakdowners, West Virginia Coon Hunters.

Work Don’t Bother Me: Old Time Comic Songs from North Georgia. Rounder Records 1035, 1986.
Featuring: Fiddlin’ John Carson, Cofer Brothers, Georgia Organ Grinders, Georgia Yellow Hammers, Earl Johnson’s Dixie Entertainers, Lee Brothers Trio, Clayton McMichen, Nichols Brothers, Riverside String Band, Skillet Lickers, Lowe Stokes and His North Georgians, Gid Tanner Band.

World’s Greatest Country Fiddlers. CMH Records CMH-5904, 1982. 2 records.
Featuring: Kenny Baker and Bobby Osborne, Cliff Bruner and the Johnny Gimble Band, Chubby Anthony, Vassar Clements and Josh Graves, Randall Collins and Jerry Moore and the Pinnacle Boys, Johnny Gimble, Fiddlin’ Red Herron, Ramona Jones, Benny Martin, Buddy Spicher, Fiddlin’ Ronnie Stewart, Clarence “Tater” Tate and Lester Flatt’s Nashville Grass, Paul Warren, Chubby Wise.

Young Fogies. Heritage Records 056, 1985. 2 records.
Featuring: Agents of Terra, Arm and Hammer String Band, Paul Brown and Benton Flippen, Dr. Bubba’s OK Bayou Dance Band, Canebrake Rattlers, Bob Carlin and Danny Gardella and John Lilly, Chicken Chokers, Critton Hollow String Band, Deseret String Band, Double Decker Stringband, Fly by Night String Band, Dan Gellert, Alice Gerrard and Andy Cahan, Half Shaved, Hardtack and Pig’s Feet, Highwoods String Band, Hollow Rock String Band, Dave Holt and Doc Watson, Peter Honig and Sue Read and Dave Winston, Hotmud Family, Dr. Humbead’s New Tranquility String Band and Friends, Hurricane Ridgerunners, Indian Creek Delta Boys, Jubilo String Band, Lazy Aces, Brad Leftwich and Linda Higginbotham and Mark Ritchie, Reed Martin, New Lost City Ramblers, Old Hollow String Band, Lisa Ornstein and Denis Pepin and Yvan Brault, Otis Brothers, Plank Road, Red Mule String Band, Rhythm Gorillas, Art Rosenbaum, Round Peak Band, Joel Shimberg and Kathy Shimberg, Richie Stearns and Judy Hyman and Jeff Claus and John Hayward, Swamp Opera, Tompkins County Horseflies, Tracy’s Family Band, Woody Woodring and Rafe Stefanini.

 

 

Miscellaneous LPs

Box 40: LP Box 24: Bauer-Wilson

Bauer, Alfons. Das Goldene Zither-Album. Telefunken 628057 DP, 1973.

Bessinger Jr., J.B. A History of the English Language. Caedmon Records TC 3008, 1973. 3 records.

Eliot, T.S. T.S. Eliot Reading Poems and Choruses. Caedmon Records TC 1045, 1956.

Lacorte, Pedro and Luis Arismendi. Rondalla Venezolana. El Palacio de la Musica LPS 66326, 1973.

Marrying Maiden. It’s a Beautiful Day. CBS/Sony Records 20AP 1972, 1972.

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus and Ludwig Von Beethoven. Masterworks: Mozart and Beethoven. CBS Records IM 42099, 1986. In the incorrect case.

Thomas, Dylan. Reading, Volume 1: A Child’s Christmas in Wales and Five Poems. Caedmon Records TC 1002, 1958.

Thomas, Dylan. The Complete Recorded Stories and Humorous Essays of Dylan Thomas. Caedmon Records TC 3006, [1972]. 3 records.

Wilson, Justin. Me, I Got a Frien’! Tower Records W 5011, [1965].

Box 41: Printed Materials Box 1

A Booklet of Essays, Appreciations, and Annotations Pertaining to the Anthology of American Folk Music. Edited by Harry Smith. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Washington D.C. 1997.

American Folk Music; Volume 1: Ballads, Volume 2: Social Music, Volume 3: Songs. Edited by Harry Smith.

Discografia del Sexteto Y Septeto Habanero. Por Jordi Pujol

Fonotone Records, Frederick, Maryland.

Friends of Old Time Music.

The Journey of Chris Strachwitz. Arhoolie Records 40th Anniversary Collection 1960-2000.

Kentucky Mountain Music.

The Best of King and Starday Bluegrass.

Las Raices Del Son. Por Senen Suarez

Rebel Records: 35 Years of the Best in Bluegrass, 1960-1995.

Don Reno & Red Smiley and the Tennessee Cut-Ups.

Sounds of the South: A Musical Journey from the Georgia Sea Islands to the Mississippi Delta. Recorded in the field by Alan Lomax.

The Stanley Brothers: The King Years, 1961-1965.

Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper: Big Midnight Special. By Bruce A. McGuire.