Show 401

Really Old Country Music
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Show Playlist

The fate of Talmadge Osborne - Ernest Stoneman
Commentary - All Commentary is by Bashful Bob
Ramblin' Reckless Hobo - Burnett and Rutherford
The Wreck of the Old 97 - Kelly Harrell and Henry Whitter
The Ballad of Freeda Bolt - Floyd County Ramblers
The Cyclone of Rye Cove - The Carter Family
The Story of the Flood - The Stanley Brothers
The Pinnacle Mountain Silver Mine - Helen Cochran
The Great Ship Titanic - Ernest Stoneman
The New River Song - Jim and Artie Marshall
Jesse James - The Bluegrass Banjo Pickers
Ida Red - Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers
Where is My Sailor Boy? - The Monroe Brothers
End of Memory Lane - Charlie Monroe and His Kentucky Pardners
Wildwood Flower - Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy
Sweethearts or Strangers - Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy
Sweethearts or Strangers - George Gobel
Home in Tennessee - Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy
I Dreamed of Hillbilly Heaven - Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy
Police and High Sheriff Come Riding Down - Ollis Martin
All the Good Times are Passed and Gone - The Monroe Brothers
Worried Man Blues - The Carter Family
Don't Get Weary Children - Uncle Dave Macon
Two Dollar Bill - The Virginia Mountain Boys
Coal Creek March - Marion Underwood
On a Cold Winter Night - J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers
Down with The Old Canoe - The Dixon Brothers
Railroadin' and Gamblin' - Uncle Dave Macon
Tennessee Wagoner - The Country Fiddlers
Work Don't Bother Me - Gid Tanner Band
Just Married - The Riverside String Band
Careless Love - Byrd Moore and His Hot Shots
I'll Rise When the Rooster Crows - The Binkley Brothers' Dixie Clodhoppers
How I Got My Gal - The Georgia Yellowhammers
All Nigh Long Blues - R. D. Burnett
Soldier Will You Marry Me - The Skillet Lickers
All Gone Now - The Georgia Yellowhammers
Your Low Down Dirty Ways - The Carolina Tar Heels
He's a Beaut - Earl Johnson's Dixie Entertainers
I Will not be Moved - The Gid Tanner Band
Going to Ride That Midnight Train - The Georgia Yellowhammers
How Beautiful Heaven Must Be - Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy
Prohibition Blues - Clayton McMichen