The Carter Family - John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man / Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me mp3 album
Watch the video for John Hardy Was a Desperate Little Man from The Carter Family's In the Shadow of Clinch Mountain for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Carter Family was a country music group that performed and recorded between 1927 and 1943. Their music had a profound impact on later bluegrass, country, pop and rock musicians, as well as on the . folk revival of the 1960s.
John Hardy had another little girl That dress that she wore was red She followed John Hardy to his hanging ground Saying Poppy, I would rather be dead. I've been to the east and I've been to the west I've been this wide world around I've been to the river and I've been baptized And it's now I'm on my hanging ground". The Carter Family - Legends Album Lyrics. 1. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (Digitally Remastered). 2. John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man (Digitally Remastered). 3. Wildwood Flower (Digitally Remastered).
The Carter Family-John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man. 4,679 views. Anita Carter - John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man (. 964). John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man. 3,858 views. Top Songs By The Carter Family. He sent for his poppy and his mommy too To come and go his bail But money won't go a murdering case And they locked John Hardy back in jail John Hardy had a pretty little girl That dress that she wore was blue As she came skipping through the old jail hall Saying Poppy, I been true to you John Hardy.
D A John Hardy, he got to the East Stone Bridge, D A he thought that he would be free. D A And up stepped a man and took him by the arm, E A saying, Johnny, walk along with me ! D A He sent for his poppy and his mommy, too, D A to come to go his bail. D A But money wont go a murdering case, E A and they locked John Hardy back in jail
Album Can The Circle Be Unbroken. Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow Tree Lyrics. My heart is sad, and I'm in sorrow For the only one I love When shall I see him, oh, no, never Till I meet him in heaven above. Oh, bury me under the violets blue To prove my love to him Tell him that I would die to save him For his love I never could wi. .About Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow Tree. First recorded by the Carter family in 1927, the origin of this song dates back to the 1800’s. Like many other folk songs, it’s complicated to know its true origins as songs were passed from people to people. It’s really a mixture of bluegrass and folk, which were the origins of country music. 6. 7. My Clinch Mountain Home. 8. Diamonds in the Rough.
Foggy Mountain Top. A3. Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me. A4. In February 1929 the Carter family returned to Camden, NJ for their third-ever recording session (for Victor) laying down 12 plus tracks of which 5 can be heard here. Their next recording session, also for Victor was in Atlanta Georgia in November of that same year (just a month after the stock market crash), where they recorded their classic Wabash Cannonball, among others.
The Carter Family Album 3 versions Liberty 1962. The Original And Great Carter Family 5 versions RCA Camden 1962. The Original And Great Carter Family (LP, Mono) RCA Camden CAL 586 1962. Great Original Recordings By The Carter Family (LP, Album, Mono) Harmony (4) HL. Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me (LP, Comp) Monk (4) MK332 2010. Greatest Hits 1927-1934 (CDr, Comp) Fabulous (3) FABCD146 2011. American Epic: The Best of The Carter Family (Digital download) Lo-Max, Sony Legacy 2017. The Original Carter Family In Texas Volume 6 (LP, Comp, Ltd) Old Homestead Records OHCS 136 Unknown. Volume 3 (LP, Comp) CMH Records CMH 116 Unknown.
Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me. 04. Further down the road, and up a crooked little driveway to the top of a hill, is the Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church. It's been modernized and remodelled, but it still looks a lot like it did 90 years ago, when . Carter attended here and added his odd bass voice to the singing. Like many rural churches, Mt. Vernon keeps its cemetary out behind the main building, and it is here that two of the Carters rest: . who died in 1960, and his wife Sara, who died in 1979. Maybelle, who died in 1978, rests in Hendersonville, Tennessee
Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me. Bring Back My Boy. Buddies In The Saddle. Bury Me Beneath The Willow. Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow (Version 2). By The Touch Of Her Hand. Can The Circle Be Unbroken. Jimmy Brown The Newsboy. Just A Few More Days. Just Another Broken Heart.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man
Written-By – Carter*
|B||Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me
Written-By – Carter*
- Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
NotesSide A recorded 10 May 1928 in Camden, NJ.
Side B recorded 15 February 1929 in Camden, NJ.
Side A matrix no. 45024-2.
Side B matrix no. 49866-2.
This coupling originally released on Victor V-40190. Also released on Montgomery Ward M-4741 and Zonophone (South Africa) 4294.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 40-2517
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 40-2518
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 40-2517 A45024△ 2A 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 40-2518 V40190B A49866△ 2A
|V-40190||The Carter Family||John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man / Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me (Shellac, 10")||Victor||V-40190||US||1930|
|M-4741||The Carter Family||John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man / Bring Back My Blue-Eyed Boy To Me (Shellac, 10", RE)||Montgomery Ward||M-4741||US||Unknown|