The Edge of Americana presents:

As some of us went back to work today, songs for those hard working teachers and students of RPS and everywhere (but especially RPS).

Plus music from those bands performing this Saturday at the Richmond Bluegrass Festival VI at Hardywood this Saturday.
Enjoy
JB

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Playlist:

    Time: September 4 - 1:00:00 pm
  • The Almanac Singers, “Union Maid”

    from Songs Of Protest

    Prism - 2001

  • Time: September 4 - 1:02:12 pm
  • Split Lip Rayfield, “Union Man”

    from Should Have Seen It Coming

    Bloodshot Records - 2004

  • Time: September 4 - 1:04:06 pm
  • The Carter Family, “I'm Working on a Building”

    from The Essential Carter Family

    RCA/Legacy - 2010

  • Time: September 4 - 1:06:48 pm
  • Highwoods Stringband, “Lee Highway Blues”

    from Feed Your Babies Oniions

    Rounder - 1994

  • Time: September 4 - 1:10:29 pm
  • Carl T. Sprague, “When the Work's All Done This Fall”

    from Victor 19747

    Victor - 1925

  • Time: September 4 - 1:13:16 pm
  • Riley Puckett, “Everybody Works But Father”

    from Columbia 15078-D

    Columbia - 1926

  • Time: September 4 - 1:16:14 pm
  • Spirits of Rhythm, “My Old Man”

    from Spirits of Rhythm 1932-1941

    Retrieval - 2004

  • Time: September 4 - 1:19:12 pm
  • The Stanley Brothers, “Stanley Theme/He Went To Sleep And The Hogs Eat Him”

    from Ray Davis Radio Series Vol. 2

    Wango - 1965

  • Time: September 4 - 1:22:16 pm
  • Clyde Davenport, “Boating Up The Sandy”

    from from the Collection of Ray Alden

    Field Recorders Collective - 2005

  • Time: September 4 - 1:25:19 pm
  • Georgia Crackers, “Riley The Repo Man”

    from Hillbilly Wobble

    Self Group - 2012

  • Time: September 4 - 1:28:09 pm
  • John Hartford, “In Tall Buildings”

    from Nobody Knows What You Do

    Flying Fish - 1976

  • Time: September 4 - 1:31:41 pm
  • JP Harris and the Tough Choices, “Learn Your Lesson”

    from Shack Sessions

    self-released - 2009

  • Time: September 4 - 1:36:07 pm
  • Virl & Virlin Stalnaker, The Harmony Twins, “Working Like The Devil For The Lord”

    from Vol. 1 - Country Gospel Singing

    Salem - 1964

  • Time: September 4 - 1:39:07 pm
  • Mason Williams, “Whistle While You Work”

    from Traditional Banjo Music of the Ozarks

    Legacy International - 1996

  • Time: September 4 - 1:41:08 pm
  • David Grisman and Sons, “Hot For Teacher”

    from Strummin' With the Devil: The Southern Side of Van Halen

    CMH Records - 2006

  • Time: September 4 - 1:46:45 pm
  • Brett Ratliff, “Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow”

    from Cold Icy Mountain

    Appalshop - 2007

  • Time: September 4 - 1:49:46 pm
  • The New Lost City Ramblers, “Taxes on the Farmer Feeds Us All”

    from Songs from the Depression

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records - 1959

  • Time: September 4 - 1:53:00 pm
  • Wilmer Watts & His Lonely Eagles, “Been on the Job Too Long”

    from The Rise And Fall Of Paramount Records

    Third Man - 1929

  • Time: September 4 - 1:56:10 pm
  • Don Stover, “Paddy on the Turnpike”

    from Things in Life

    Rounder - 1972

  • Time: September 4 - 1:58:50 pm
  • The High and Wides, “Dark Blues”

    from Lifted

    The High and Wides - 2018

  • Time: September 4 - 2:01:49 pm
  • Big Boss Combo, “Columbus Stockade Blues”

    from Live on WRIR 04-19-2016

    WRIR - 2016

  • Time: September 4 - 2:05:48 pm
  • Tony Rice, “Doing My Time”

    from Guitar

    Rounder - 1991

  • Time: September 4 - 2:09:59 pm
  • Roscoe Holcomb, “Hills of Mexico”

    from Mountain Music of Kentucky

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1996

  • Time: September 4 - 2:12:54 pm
  • Aubrey Haynie, “Buckner's Breakdown”

    from The Bluegrass Fiddle Album

    Sugar Hill Records - 2003

  • Time: September 4 - 2:16:02 pm
  • Barbara Dane, “Working People's Blues”

    from Hot Jazz, Cool Blues & Hard-Hitting Songs

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 2018

  • Time: September 4 - 2:19:40 pm
  • Mississippi Matilda, “Hard Working Woman”

    from Sonny Boy Nelson

    Classic Records

  • Time: September 4 - 2:22:39 pm
  • Alice Gerrard & Hazel Dickens, “Can't You Hear Me Calling”

    from Pioneering Women of Bluegrass

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 1996

  • Time: September 4 - 2:25:55 pm
  • Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, “The Brakeman's Blues”

    from Friends of Old Time Music: The Folk Arrival (1961-1965)

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings - 2006

  • Time: September 4 - 2:28:27 pm
  • Joe Maphis, “Banjo Workout”

    from Traditional Banjo Music of the Ozarks

    Legacy International - 1961

  • Time: September 4 - 2:29:48 pm
  • Gid Tanner, “Work Don´t Bother Me”

    from You´ve Got to Stop Drinking Shine - Single

    SHELLAC - 1930

  • Time: September 4 - 2:33:07 pm
  • Riley Puckett, “Ragged but Right”

    from Country Music Pioneer

    JSP - 2012

  • Time: September 4 - 2:36:05 pm
  • George Davis, “When Kentucky Had No Union Men”

    from When Kentucky Had No Union Men

    Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Folkways Records - 1967

  • Time: September 4 - 2:37:47 pm
  • Brad Leftwich, “Hook and Line (Shout Lula)”

    from Banjo Gathering (Disc 2)

    self-released - 2012

  • Time: September 4 - 2:40:39 pm
  • Brad Leftwich & Linda Higginbotham, “Lazy John”

    from Say Old Man

    Rebel Records - 1996

  • Time: September 4 - 2:43:49 pm
  • Chief Powhatan, “Rosie”

    from Chief Powhatan Sings "Rosie" And Other Bluegrass Originals

    Homestead Records

  • Time: September 4 - 2:45:37 pm
  • Chief Powhatan & His Bluegrass Braves, “Hummingbird”

    from Mountain Laurel Bluegrass Memories

    Mountain Laurel Productions - 2008

  • Time: September 4 - 2:47:51 pm
  • Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers, “These Old Prison Walls”

    from Rambling Guitar

    Pine Tree - 1970

  • Time: September 4 - 2:51:55 pm
  • Songs From The Road Band, “Lesson I Can't Unlearn”

    from Road to Nowhere

    Lucks Dumpy Toad - 2018

  • Time: September 4 - 2:54:43 pm
  • Crook Brothers String Band, “Jobbin Getting' There”

    from Nashville, 1928

    Document Records

  • Time: September 4 - 2:57:36 pm
  • Six Jumping Jacks, “Where Do You Work-A John?”

    from Vol. 1 Six Jumping Jacks

    Old Masters - 1991

105 September 4th, 2018

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