Al Hopkins And His Buckle Busters - East Tennesse Blues / Round Town Gals mp3 album
- Performer: Al Hopkins And His Buckle Busters
- Title: East Tennesse Blues / Round Town Gals
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: MMF ADX AC3 DTS XM MP1 AIFF
- Released: 1927
- Style: Country
- MP3 album: 1330 mb
- FLAC album: 1651 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 586
East Tennesse Blues, Round Town Gals (Shellac, 10"). Al Hopkins And His Buckle Busters. Buck-Eyed Rabbits, Bristol Tennessee Blues (Shellac, 10").
East-West is the second album by The Butterfield Blues Band, released in 1966 on Elektra Records, EKS 7315 in stereo, EKL 315 in mono. It was recorded at the famed Chess Studios on 2120 South Michigan Avenue in Chicago. It peaked at on the Billboard pop albums chart, but is regarded as highly influential by rock and blues music historians. Like the band's record debut, this album features traditional blues covers and the guitar work of Mike Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop.
Al hopkins & buckle busters. East tennessee blues. 103. Al hopkins & buckle busters. 104. Bristol tennessee blues. The daisies won't tell.
Album: Mountain Frolic: Rare Old Timey Classics, CD C (1924-1930). Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters: best 2 tracks. Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters - Johnson Boys Mountain Frolic: Rare Old Timey Classics, CD C (1924-1930), 2007 02:45. Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters, Al Hopkins & His Bucklebusters - West Virginia Gals Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4 : Country Music & Bluegrass, 2013 03:05. Artist: Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters.
Audio CD. Lonnie Johnson. No one will think you're clever to listen to The Hill Billies/Al Hopkins and his Buckle Busters, and no one will believe you when you tell them you have a CD containing 1925-1926 Bluegrass, because we all know that Bill Monroe invented Bluegrass a decade later. And he would know-after all, he invented i.
Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters. Al Hopkins & His Bucklebusters. Al Hopkins & His Bucklebusters - West Virginia Gals 03:05. Roosevelt Graves And Brother - I'll Be Rester 02:32. Mainer's Mountaineers - John Henry Was a Little Boy 03:13. Arthur Smith Trio - Adieu False Heart 02:51.
Al Hopkins and the Origina Hillbillies were also there. Hopkins invited Bowman to join the Hillbillies again, and this time Bowman accepted. Country music was taking off, and The Hillbillies were very popular. Charlie and his brothers auditioned for Walker and recorded a number of classic old time songs and tunes for Columbia. When Frank Walker returned to Johnson City in 1929, the Bowman Brothers made more records for Columbia; that same year Charlie and his daughters Pauline and Jennie traveled up to New York City and cut several records for Vocalion.
|A||East Tennessee Blues|
|B||Round Town Gals|
- Record Company – The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company
- Banjo [Uncredited] – Charlie Bowman (tracks: B)
- Fiddle – Charles Bowman* (tracks: A)
- Fiddle [Uncredited] – Tony Alderman (tracks: B)
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Henry Roe, Joe Hopkins
- Piano [Uncredited] – Al Hopkins
- Ukulele [Uncredited] – John Hopkins
- Vocals – Al Hopkins (tracks: A)
NotesSide B label credist Roe Brothers for fiddle and guitar, but the correct credits (according to company ledgers) are as provided.
Side A recorded 21 October 1926 in New York, NY.
Side B recorded 22 October 1926 in New York, NY.
Side A matrix no. E-3977W (= 21941).
Side B matrix no. E-3989W.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 103A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 103B