The Edge of Americana presents:

Songs of early fall, songs of bad men (and their fall), and new music from Psycho Exploding Orangutans, The Wooks, old music from Larry Richardson & Happy Smith (pictured), and more.
Enjoy
JB

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Playlist:

    Time: October 2 - 1:01:00 pm
  • Al Jones, Billy Baker & Dee Gunter, “Losing You”

    from Just a Memory

    Patuxent Music - 2018

  • Time: October 2 - 1:04:22 pm
  • The Nashville Bluegrass Band, “Fiddlin' Bill”

    from American Beauty

    Sugar Hill Records - 1998

  • Time: October 2 - 1:07:16 pm
  • The Psycho Exploding Orangutans, “Durang's Hornpipe”

    from The Psycho Exploding Orangutans

    Patuxent Music - 2018

  • Time: October 2 - 1:10:01 pm
  • Bob Carlin, “Who's That Knocking At the Door”

    from Mr. Spaceman

    Car Tunes Recordings - 1994

  • Time: October 2 - 1:13:18 pm
  • Gypsy Gyppo Outtakes, “When The Leaves Turn To Brown In The Fall”

    from Free Little Birds - Gypsy Gyppo Outtakes

    None - 1976

  • Time: October 2 - 1:16:52 pm
  • The Wooks, “The Few (Of Far Less Fortune)”

    from Glory Bound

    self-released - 2018

  • Time: October 2 - 1:21:18 pm
  • Norman Blake, “Down Home Summertime Blues”

    from Back Home in Sulphur Springs

    Rounder - 1972

  • Time: October 2 - 1:24:58 pm
  • Kirk McGee & Blythe Poteet (Rand & Foster), “If I Could Only Blot Out The Past”

    from Supertone 9373

    Supertone - 1929

  • Time: October 2 - 1:27:29 pm
  • Dan Kutter (David Miller), “That Bad Man Stackalee”

    from Challenge 327

    1928

  • Time: October 2 - 1:31:03 pm
  • Matt Kinman & The Oldtime Serenaders, “Leavin' Home”

    from Matt Kinman & The Oldtime Serenaders

    Self Group - 2011

  • Time: October 2 - 1:34:37 pm
  • Carroll Best, “Twinkle Twinkle”

    from Say Old Man, Can You Play The Banjo?

    Copper Creek - 2001

  • Time: October 2 - 1:37:15 pm
  • The Hill Billies / Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters, “Down to the Club”

    from The Hill Billies / Al Hopkins & His Buckle Busters Vol. 2 (1926-1927)

    Document Records - 1999

  • Time: October 2 - 1:40:08 pm
  • The Dreadful Snakes, “Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die”

    from Snakes Alive!

    Universal Music Group International - 1995

  • Time: October 2 - 1:43:36 pm
  • George Pegram & Walter "Red" Parham, “The Downfall of Paris”

    from Pickin' and Blowin'

    Riverside - 1957

  • Time: October 2 - 1:44:59 pm
  • Crockett's Kentucky Mountaineers, “I Was Born 10,000 Years Ago”

    from Classic Old Time String Band Music

    BACM - 2002

  • Time: October 2 - 1:48:09 pm
  • The Blue Ridge Highballers, “Wish To The Lord I Had Never Been Born”

    from Columbia ‎– 15096-D

    Columbia ‎ - 1926

  • Time: October 2 - 1:51:06 pm
  • Stringbean, “Opry Time In Tennessee (Original Starday Records Recording)”

    from BarnYard Banjo Pickin' (Original Starday Records Recordings)

    Gusto Records - 2006

  • Time: October 2 - 1:53:40 pm
  • Rudi Ekstein, “Flapjack (feat. Stuart Duncan, Jeff Autry & Mark Schatz)”

    from Carolina Chimes

    Foxfire Recording - 2018

  • Time: October 2 - 1:57:11 pm
  • Aubrey Haynie, “Homesick & Lonesome”

    from A Man Must Carry On

    Sugar Hill Records - 1981

  • Time: October 2 - 2:00:22 pm
  • Bill Grant & Delia Bell, “Memories In The Fall”

    from Rollin

    Rebel Records Llc - 2000

  • Time: October 2 - 2:02:48 pm
  • The Hunger Mountain Boys, “I'm Going Back Where Time Stands Still”

    from Volume 2: 2004-2005 Blue Ribbon Waltz

    Old-Fi - 2004

  • Time: October 2 - 2:05:27 pm
  • Darby & Tarlton, “Down In A Georgia Jail”

    from On the Banks of a Lonely River

    Rebel Records - 1994

  • Time: October 2 - 2:08:54 pm
  • The Psycho Exploding Orangutans, “The Ghost on Hippie Hill”

    from The Psycho Exploding Orangutans

    Patuxent Music - 2018

  • Time: October 2 - 2:12:58 pm
  • The Larry Keel Experience, “All Fall Down”

    from The Larry Keel Experience

    Little King - 2000

  • Time: October 2 - 2:15:03 pm
  • The Feinberg Brothers, “Party for One”

    from Party for One

    Cabinwood Music - 2018

  • Time: October 2 - 2:19:18 pm
  • Larry Richardson & Happy Smith, “Just Let Me Fall”

    from (1957-08-04) Warren Green Hotel, Warrenton, VA

    http://frobbi.org - 1957

  • Time: October 2 - 2:21:22 pm
  • John Hartford, “Tear Down the Grand Old Opry”

    from Aereo-Plane

    Rounder - 1971

  • Time: October 2 - 2:24:51 pm
  • Paul Warren with Lester Flatt & The Nashville Grass, “Dusty Miller”

    from America's Greatest Breakdown Fiddle Player

    CMH - 1978

  • Time: October 2 - 2:26:43 pm
  • J.D. Crowe & The New South, “Some Old Day”

    from J.D. Crowe & The New South

    New Rounder - 1975

  • Time: October 2 - 2:29:56 pm
  • Lonesome Standard Time, “The Bigger The Fool (The Harder They Fall)”

    from Mighty Lonesome

    Sugar Hill - 1993

  • Time: October 2 - 2:32:47 pm
  • The New Ballard's Branch Bogtrotters with Jake Krack, “Billy In The Lowground”

    from Git Er Done

    self-released

  • Time: October 2 - 2:35:43 pm
  • Ralph Blizard & The New Southern Ramblers, “Hand Me Down My Walking Cane”

    from Fox Chase

    Yodel-Ay-Hee - 2000

  • Time: October 2 - 2:39:09 pm
  • Larry Sigmon & Barbara Poole, “I Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow”

    from Unique Sound Of The Mountains

    self-released

  • Time: October 2 - 2:43:07 pm
  • The Traditional Grass, “You are my Flower”

    from The Blues Are Still the Blues

    Rebel Records Llc - 2015

  • Time: October 2 - 2:45:39 pm
  • The Red Clay Ramblers, “The Ace”

    from Twisted Laurel

    Flying Fish - 1976

  • Time: October 2 - 2:48:49 pm
  • Ragtime Skedaddlers, “Pearl of the Harem”

    from The Latest Popular Mandolin and Guitar Music

    Mandophone - 2014

  • Time: October 2 - 2:51:53 pm
  • Billy Murray, “I'm Afraid To Come Home In The Dark”

    from Columbia ‎– A423

    Columbia - 1908

  • Time: October 2 - 2:55:44 pm
  • Hartman's Heartbreakers, “Oh Sweet Daddy, Oh Pshaw”

    from Woodchips & Heartbreakers

    Zircon - 1999

  • Time: October 2 - 2:58:48 pm
  • Modern Mountaineers, “Loud Mouth”

    from March 1, 1937 San Antonio Hotel Recording

    self-released - 1937

105 October 2nd, 2018

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