stylistic origins: Appalachian folk music, Gospel, Anglo-Celtic music
cultural origins: Early 20th century, South America, especially Appalachia (Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky)
sub-genres: 38
artists listed: 4,570
albums: 24,708
tracks: 384,895
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15 September, 07:03pm by daveds | comments (0)
Hi I am at present converting a lot of my vinyl onto disc and i came across this LP in my collections but the one i have is on the top spin label and signed by Hank it was recorded at the Big Tom Studios in Castleblayney in Ireland,and the producer was Basil Hendricks it has the same tracks as ... read more
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15 September, 07:02pm by daveds | comments (0)
Hi I am at present converting a lot of my vinyl onto disc and i came across this LP in my collections but the one i have is on the top spin label and signed by Hank it was recorded at the Big Tom Studios in Castleblayney in Ireland,and the producer was Basil Hendricks it has the same tracks as ... read more
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26 October, 11:07am by watchdog28 | comments (0)
This is a great song. Very true at this time in our history. Mr Pederson's voice is clear and very pleasant. I'd like to hear more from him. He seems to have the "old true country sound" in his voice, yet he sounds very up todate in his delivery. read more
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Artist: Brian McComas
27 September, 05:52am by ozarkdoo | comments (0)
Brian has always had one of the truest giving souls I have ever known. Once when I tried to buy him some new tennis shoes for his birthday he declined and requested that I buy a pair for a kid he knew that didn't have any and as a result couldn't play basketball. He was still a teenager then and I ... read more
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17 May, 07:53pm by natalieshaw | comments (0)
The Cave Singers are fronted by Pete Quirk, ex-singer of post-punkers Hint Hint, and also take in Pretty Girls Make Graves‘ Derek Fudesco and Cobra High’s Marty Lund. So it’s no surprise that their unplugged folk leanings are taken to maximum amplification, each note, each syllable, each chord ... read more
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