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Times Ain't Like They Used To Be V.7 - Early American Rural Music
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Track Listing Bust Down Stomp - Dilly & His Dill Pickles
Dixie Mail - Jimmie Tarlton
Times Has Done Got Hard - King Solomon Hill
Mineola Rag - East Texas Serenaders
Christ Arose - Sheffield Male Quartet
Rainy Night Blues - Gitfiddle Jim
Good Gal Remember Me - Three Tobacco Tags
Texas Quickstep - Red Headed Fiddlers
Ham Bone Blues - Ed Bell
Cannonball Rag - David Miller
Little More Sugar In The Cofee / Peter Went A Fishin' - Fiddlin John Carson & His Virginia Reelers
Devil & My Brown Blues - Bo Weavil Jackson
Horseshoe Bend - Stripling Brothers
Primrose Hill - Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers
Hard Luck Child - Skip James
Go On Nora Lee - Uncle Dave Macon & Sam McGee
Jeunes Gens Campagnard - Dennis McGee
I'm Gonna Cross The River Of Jordon Some Of These Days - Jay Bird Coleman
Only A Tramp - Uncle Pete & Louise
Jack Of Diamonds - Ben Jarrell & Frank Jenkins
Dry Spell Blues Pt. 1 - Son House
Pikes Peak - Ted Sharp, Hinman & Sharp
I'll Go Where You Want Me To Go - Old Southern Sacred Singers
This CD is also available as a download from Dilly & His Dill Pickles - Times Ain't Like They Used To Be: Early American Rural Music. Classic Recordings Of The 1920s And 30s, Vol. 7
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Label YAZ - Yazoo
Number 2067
Subsidiary Artists: Dilly & His Dill Pickles
Jimmie Tarlton
King Solomon Hill
East Texas Serenaders
Sheffield Male Quartet
Gitfiddle Jim
Three Tobacco Tags
Red Headed Fiddlers
Ed Bell
David Miller
Fiddlin' John Carson
Bo Weavil Jackson
Stripling Brothers
Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers
Skip James
Uncle Dave Macon & Sam Mcgee
Dennis Mcgee
Jay Bird Coleman
Uncle Pete & Louise
Ben Jarrell & Frank Jenkins
Son House
Ted Sharp, Hinman & Sharp
Old Southern Sacred Singers
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