Bud Billings - Carson Robison / Ernest V. Stoneman And His Dixie Mountaineers - Down On The Old Plantation / The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane mp3 album
- Performer: Bud Billings
- Title: Down On The Old Plantation / The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: APE AIFF RA ASF FLAC MIDI TTA
- Style: Country
- MP3 album: 1246 mb
- FLAC album: 1295 mb
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Ernest Van "Pop" Stoneman (May 25, 1893 – June 14, 1968) ranked among the prominent recording artists of country music's first commercial decade. Born in Monarat (Iron Ridge), Carroll County, Virginia, near what would later become Galax, Stoneman was left motherless at age three and was raised by his father and three musically inclined cousins, who taught him the instrumental and vocal traditions of Blue Ridge mountain culture. He became a singer and songwriter, and proficient musician on the guitar, autoharp, harmonica, clawhammer banjo, and jew's harp.
Many of Ernest Stoneman’s early recordings were solo ca efforts. He recorded 4 sides this way for Okeh in August 1926, including The Old Hickory Cane. Sometimes it’s fun to look back a few years and remember the more stripped down style of the first couple of years in the country music industry. Stoneman sings and plays harmonica and guitar on his take of this bum song. Before the duo of Carson Robison and Frank Luther settled on the alias Bud Billings’ and/or the ‘Billings Brothers’ in 1929, their songs appeared under various pseudonyms. It seems that Robison was still milking his ‘disaster-reporting’ formula that worked so well for years with Vernon Dalhart.
Ernest V Stoneman and his Dixie Mountaineers The Unlucky Road To Washington EDISON 52299 L Edison 'Hill & Dale' disc New York, NY Wednesday, April 25, 1928 Ernest Stoneman,v; acc. Hattie Stoneman, f; own h/g; Bolen Frost Fine Old Time Singing and Playing. com/watch?v 2LWCR2SkLrQ.
Ernest V. Stoneman & His Dixie Mountaineers - Henry Whitter's Fox Chase - Henry Whitter - Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow Tree - The Carter Family - The Jealous Sweetheart - Johnson Brothers - When They Ring The Golden Bells - Alfred G. Karnes - Sandy River Belle - Dad Blackard's Moonshiners - Sleep, Baby, Sleep - Jimmie Rodgers - Johnny Goodwin - Bull Mountain Moonshiners - I'm Redeemed - Alcoa Quartet - Little Log Cabin B. The Old Fashioned Cottage - Alfred Reed/Alfred & Orville Reed - Lonesome Man Blues - George Torey - Little Maggie With a Dram Glass in Her Hand - Grayson & Whitter - False Hearted Lover's Blues - Dock Boggs - Brooklyn Blues (45th Street Blues) - Clifford Gibson - Stolen Love - Red Fox Chasers - Shady Grove - The Kentucky Thorobreds - Down on My Bended Knee - King Solomon Hill - I Truly Understand That You.
In his teens, Carson learned to play the fiddle, using an old Stradivari-copy violin brought from Ireland in the early 18th century. When he was eleven years old, he roamed the streets of Copperhill playing for tips . On June 19, 1923, Carson made his recording debut in an empty building on Nassau Street in Atlanta, cutting two sides, "The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane" and "The Old Hen Cackled and the Rooster's Going To Crow.
|A||–Bud Billings - Carson Robison||Down On The Old Plantation|
|B||–Ernest V. Stoneman And His Dixie Mountaineers*||The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane|
- Banjo [Uncredited] – Bolen Frost (tracks: B)
- Fiddle [Uncredited] – Kahle Brewer (tracks: B)
- Steel Guitar [Uncredited] – Roy Smeck (tracks: A)
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Frank Luther (tracks: A), Hattie Stoneman (tracks: B), Tom Leonard (tracks: B), Walter Mooney (tracks: B)
- Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited] – Carson Robison (tracks: A), Ernest Stoneman (tracks: B)
NotesSide A: additional accompaniment of banjo, fiddle, trumpet, and saxophone by unknown artists. Credit role of steel guitar for Roy Smeck is termed "possible" by Russell .
Side A recorded 14 October 1929 in New York, NY.
Side B recorded 24 September 1926 in New York, NY.
Side A matrix no. 56778-1.
Side B matrix no. 36514-2.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): E V-40191B 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 2A 20235A 2