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Fiddlin' John Carson And His Virginia Reelers - Hell Broke Loose In Georgia / Flat-Footed Nigger album download

Performer:

Fiddlin' John Carson And His Virginia Reelers

Title:

Hell Broke Loose In Georgia / Flat-Footed Nigger

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1256 mb

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Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

Country

Date of release:

1925

Fiddlin' John Carson And His Virginia Reelers - Hell Broke Loose In Georgia / Flat-Footed Nigger album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Hell Broke Loose In Georgia
Written-By – John Carson*
B Flat-Footed Nigger

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – General Phonograph Corporation

Credits

  • Banjo [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist
  • Fiddle – Fiddlin' John Carson
  • Fiddle [Second Fiddle] [Uncredited] – Unknown Artist (tracks: B)
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Rosa Lee Carson

Notes

Both sides recorded 1 July 1925 in Atlanta, GA.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Credit role of guitar for Rosa Lee Carson on side A is termed "possible."
The Unknown Artist in role of second fiddle may be Earl Johnson and/or T.M. Brewer.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A 45018A 4 9188-a
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A 45018B 1 9184-a

The best fiddling occurs on "The Hawk and the Buzzard" (followed by "Hell Broke Loose in Georgia," which is almost identical to it but much scratchier); "Soldier's Joy," "Liberty", "Cackling Pullet," and "Georgia Wagner," with additional fiddling provided at times by Earl Johnson. Anyone bothered by the implications of a scratched-up instrumental titled "Flat-Footed Nigger" need only dig beneath the surface of the two Mary Phagan songs for a truly upsetting history lesson

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Fiddlin' John Carson (March 23, 1868 – December 11, 1949) was an American old-time fiddler and singer who recorded what is widely considered to be the first country music song featuring vocals and lyrics. Carson was born in (or near) Fannin County, Georgia, and grew up on a farm there. His father worked as a section foreman for the W&A Railroad Company. In his teens, Carson learned to play the fiddle, using an old Stradivari-copy violin brought from Ireland in the early 18th century

Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers Gonna Swing on the Golden Gate.

Hell Broke Loose In Georgia, 02:44. Soldier's Joy, 02:47. The Drinker's Child (Rosa Lee Carson, Vcl), 03:06. The Grave of Little Mary Phagan, 03:02. All Alone By the Sea Side, 02:56. The Old Frying Pan and the Old Camp Kettle, 02:53. Cackling Pullet, 03:01. Georgia Wagner, 02:59. Good-Bye Liza Jane, 03:00. If There Wasn't Any Women In the World, 03:01.

Christmas Time Will Soon Be Over. Christmas American Blues. Чтобы добавлять треки в плейлисты, нужно авторизоваться.

Listen to music from Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers like Gonna Swing On The Golden Gate. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers. John Carson (1874–1949), one of Atlanta's most colorful entertainers, was a fixture at local fiddlers' contests and political rallies, and he was no stranger to the doctor shows that came through town. Carson's son, Horace recalled: "He'd draw them, I guarantee. Every medicine show back then they'd hire my daddy. He'd go down there and play and that field would be full of people every night.

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