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Performer:

Hylo Brown

Title:

Hylo Brown Sings Bluegrass With 5 String Banjo

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1185 mb

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Rating:

4.9 ✱

Style:

Bluegrass

Country:

US

Date of release:

1963

Hylo Brown - Hylo Brown Sings Bluegrass With 5 String Banjo album download

Tracklist

A1 Handsome Molly
A2 My Saviour Is Calling
A3 Georgia Rose
A4 Busy, Busy Man
A5 Barbara Allen
B1 Bring A Little Water Sylvie
B2 Where Shall I Be
B3 Lula Walls
B4 Sourwood Mountain
B5 5 Strings To Go

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): 2604A SR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): 2604B SR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DS 2604 Hylo Brown Sings Blue Grass With 5 String Banjo ‎(LP) Diplomat Records DS 2604 US 1963

Complete your Hylo Brown collection. I believe the errors have something to do with the catalog number being "2604" which is used by several other labels. This particular album does appear to be SIMILAR to another entry, however this entry may be distinguished as the "mono" release. com/release/3415143 or Diplomat DS 2604. Diplomat may have used the convention to drop the "DS" for the mono release or maybe they should have printed on the album "DM" for Diplomat Mono (or at least just plain "D" to distinguish from Diplomat Stereo "DS".

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including 5-string banjo player Earl Scruggs and guitarist Lester Flatt. Bluegrass pioneer Bill Monroe characterized the genre as: "Scottish bagpipes and ole-time fiddlin'. It's Methodist and Holiness and Baptist. It's blues and jazz, and it has a high lonesome sound. There are three major subgenres of bluegrass. Traditional bluegrass has musicians playing folk songs, tunes with traditional chord progressions, and using only acoustic instruments, with an example being Bill Monroe. Progressive bluegrass groups may use electric instruments and import songs from other genres, particularly rock & roll. Examples include Punch Brothers, Cadillac Sky and Bearfoot.

Hylo Brown (April 20, 1922 – January 17, 2003) was an American bluegrass and country music singer, guitarist and bass player. The Timberliners consisted of Brown on guitar, Red Rector on mandolin, Jim Smoak on banjo, Clarence "Tater" Tate on fiddle and Joe "Flap Jack" Phillips on bass. He retired in 1991 and moved to Mechanicsburg, Ohio. Hylo Brown died on January 17, 2003  . Hylo Brown and The Timberliners - Rural Rhythm (1966). Sings Folk Songs of Rural America - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). Legends & Tall Tales - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). Sings Country Gospel Songs - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). Hylo Brown and the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys - Rural Rhythm Records (1968).

Frank Brown earned the nickname Hylo because of his considerable vocal range that became his trademark. Born in 1922 in Johnson County, KY, which also became the birthplace of Loretta Lynn, Brown had thoroughly absorbed the music indigenous to his Appalachian home. In the early '60s, Hylo Brown cut a handful of solo records, including 1961's Bluegrass Balladeer, 1962's Bluegrass Goes to College, and the next year's Hylo Brown Meets the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers. Hylo Brown recorded seven albums for Rural Rhythm Records in the late 60 s with Lee Sutton as producer. Hylo Brown & The Timberliners was the first of the seven albums and was originally released in 1967

Hylo Brown (April 20, 1922 – January 17, 2003) was an American bluegrass and country music singer, guitarist and bass player. Frank "Hylo" Brown, Jr. was born in River, Johnson County, Kentucky and began his career as a performer on radio station WCMI in Ashland, Kentucky in 1939. Six months later, he moved with his family to Springfield, Ohio. He began composing songs and performing on local radio stations in Ohio.

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This does appear to be SIMILAR to another entry, however this may be the "mono" release. See http://www.discogs.com/release/3415143 or Diplomat DS 2604. Diplomat may have used the convention to drop the "DS" for the mono release or maybe they should have printed on the album "DM" for Diplomat Mono to distinguish from Diplomat Stereo "DS". Either way, this album does have just the "2604" printed on it as opposed to "DS 2604" as can be seen in the picture of the album's reverse side.
Vetibert
Released in 1963. I tried to edit but "errors" prevented me from making that submission.I believe the errors have something to do with the catalog number being "2604" which is used by several other labels. This particular album does appear to be SIMILAR to another entry, however this entry may be distinguished as the "mono" release. See http://www.discogs.com/release/3415143 or Diplomat DS 2604. Diplomat may have used the convention to drop the "DS" for the mono release or maybe they should have printed on the album "DM" for Diplomat Mono (or at least just plain "D" to distinguish from Diplomat Stereo "DS". Either way, this album does have just the "2604" printed on it as opposed to "DS 2604" as can be seen in the picture of the album's reverse side. I have noticed that other labels have used "2604" as their catalog numbers as well. So even though the album does only display "2604", for the sake of the Discogs database which requires a unique catalog number for each release regardless of the label name, I suggest that the characters "DM" or just "D" catalog number should be added to the catalog number. Either that or the database be corrected to acknowledge that competing labels sometimes use the same (or print the same) catalog numbers on their albums.
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Soulful & very traditional!

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