The Coon Creek Girls - The Coon Creek Girls mp3 album
The Coon Creek Girls were a popular all-girl "string band" in the Appalachian style of folk music (a precursor of country music) which began in the mid-1930s. Created (and named) by John Lair for his Renfro Valley Barn Dance show, the band originally consisted of sisters Lily May and Rosie Ledford (from Powell County, Kentucky) along with Esther "Violet" Koehler (from Indiana) and Evelyn "Daisey" Lange (from Ohio).
Biography by Johnny Loftus. Raucous old-time string band of 1930s Midwestern Appalachian-and the first all female one to record.
Coon Creek Girls - Hawk Caught The Chicken And Gone 01:55. Coon Creek Girls - Pretty Polly 02:38. Coon Creek Girls - I Have No Mother Now 03:08. Coon Creek Girls - How Many Biscuits Can You Eat 02:27. Coon Creek Girls - Little Birdie 03:19. Coon Creek Girls - Darling, Six Months Ain't Long 02:42. Coon Creek Girls - Wild Bill Jones 02:50. Coon Creek Girls - Black Eyed Susie 01:50. Coon Creek Girls - East Virginia Blues 02:47. Coon Creek Girls - Going Down The Valley 02:47. Coon Creek Girls - Banjo Pickin' Girl 02:14. Coon Creek Girls' Banjo Pickin' Girl - Coon Creek.
|A1||Take Your Time Miss Lucy|
|A2||White Oak Mountain|
|A3||Red Rocking Chair|
|A4||Hawk Caught The Chicken And Gone|
|A6||I Have No Mother Now|
|A7||How Many Biscuits Can You Eat|
|B2||Darling Six Months Ain't Long|
|B3||Wild Bill Jones|
|B4||Black Eyed Susie|
|B5||East Virginia Blues|
|B6||Going Down The Valley|
|B7||Banjo Picking Girl|
- Banjo – Lily May Ledford
- Bass – Susie Ledford
- Guitar – Rosie Ledford
- Producer – Charles Faurot
- Recorded By – Charles Faurot
NotesNo release date on cover or label. The notes on the back cover by Charles Faurot are dated April, 1968.
Front and back covers note the title of this release as "Lily May, Rosie & Susie", while the labels just say "The Coon Creek Girls".
|CO-712||The Coon Creek Girls||The Coon Creek Girls (LP)||County Records||CO-712||US||Unknown|