Tom Darby And Jimmie Tarlton - Travelling Yodel Blues / Heavy Hearted Blues mp3 album
- Performer: Tom Darby And Jimmie Tarlton
- Title: Travelling Yodel Blues / Heavy Hearted Blues
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: WAV AHX AAC MOD MP1 DTS AIFF
- Style: Country
- MP3 album: 1632 mb
- FLAC album: 1161 mb
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The booklet is, as usual, very thorough, although as there is astonishingly little known about Darby and Tarlton, much of the booklet is given over to Tarlton's career revival in the 1960s and to a song-by-song analysis. Travelling Yodel Blues. Darby & Tarlton, Tom Darby & Jimmie Tarlton. feat: Tom Darby, Jimmie Tarlton.
Tom Darby And Jimmie Tarlton. Travelling Yodel Blues, Heavy Hearted Blues (Shellac, 10").
A Travelling Yodel Blues B Heavy Hearted Blues. Guitar – Tom Darby Speech – Tom Darby (tracks: B) Steel Guitar – Jimmie Tarlton Vocals – Jimmie Tarlton, Tom Darby (tracks: A) Yodeling – Jimmie.
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Traveling Yodel Blues". Heavy Hearted Blues". Guitarist Jimmie Tarlton claimed to have written the lyrics in 1925 while he was jailed in Birmingham for moonshining. It was first recorded by Tarlton and his partner Tom Darby on November 10, 1927 in Atlanta, Georgia for Columbia Records. The ballad is played in the 3/4 time signature. Lyrics vary, as with most folk songs. For example, sometimes the line "Hang your head over, hear the wind blow" is replaced by "Late in the evening, hear the train blow"
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Singer Tom Darby and slide guitarist Jimmie Tarlton were not only legendary bluesmen, but also pioneers of country music. Although they were only together for a brief time during the late '20s and early '30s, they popularized the steel slide guitar in the genre and exerted a heavy influence on the Allen Brothers and the Delmore Brothers. When Tarlton settled down in Columbus, GA, he met a guitarist and extraordinary blues singer named Tom Darby, a Columbus native who learned his vocal stylings from local black singers. Darby was related to Riley Puckett, star of the Skillet Lickers. They remained largely forgotten until the folk revival of the 1960s, which allowed Tarlton to record an album, appear at folk clubs, and sit for interviews with a number of folklorists. Darby also did a few performances and even reunited briefly with Tarlton, but at their age, neither particularly enjoyed performing.
|A||Travelling Yodel Blues|
|B||Heavy Hearted Blues|
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc.
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Tom Darby
- Speech [Uncredited] – Tom Darby (tracks: B)
- Steel Guitar [Uncredited] – Jimmie Tarlton
- Vocals – Jimmie Tarlton, Tom Darby (tracks: A)
- Yodeling [Uncredited] – Jimmie Tarlton (tracks: A)
NotesBoth sides recorded 31 October 1928 in Atlanta, GA.
Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): Ⓦ147368 1-B-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): Ⓦ147369 1-B-12
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 147368
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 147369