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Too Many Blues - Wilf Carter - Old Prairie Melodies (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Jul 01,  · - Wilf Carter - WCE 1 - Cowboy Songs By Wilf Carter @VBR Track List: 01 - Rattlin' Cannonball 02 - The Preacher And The Cowboy 03 - The Fate Of Old Strawberry Roan 04 - Twilight On The Prairie 05 - It's A Cowboy's Night To Howl 06 - Red River Valley Blues 07 - It's All Over Now (I Don't Worry) 08 - My Little Swiss And Me.
  2. West Virginia Coal Miners Blues - Stover, Don Stover, Don; & the White Oak Mountain Boys. West Virginia Coal Miner Blues, Old Homestead , LP (?), trk# 1 West Virginia Farewell. Uf - Rocky Mountain. West Virginia Farewell (Hoedown) [Me IV-F 8] Uf - Ebenezer. West Virginia Feud Song [Laws E20] - Workman, S. S./Peck, George Rt - Rowan.
  3. Nov 22,  · WS LP – Helen Schneider – Let It Be Now – WS LP – Johnny’s Dance Band – Love Wounds, Flesh Wounds – WS LP – Blind Date – Blind Date – WS LP – Maxine Nightengale – Lead Me On – WS LP – Nan Mancini and JDB – It’s A Man’s World – WS LP – Kocky.
  4. COUNTRY/BLUEGRASS, - (2 Songs) Hello Central, Give Me Heaven. Country/Bluegrass. Harris, Charles K.; REC: The Carter Family. Red Wing.
  5. May 12,  · And suffer just enough to sing the blues. Yes, Clapton’s four-year-old son Conor fell out of a 53rd-floor window and died in , and “Tears in Heaven” is .
  6. BS WILF CARTER BLUES B Montgomery Ward M/WC LP BCD D7-VB TOO MANY BLUES /LP BCD RCA Camden [CAN] CAL/CAS Old Prairie Melodies: Waiting For A Train; Shackles And Chains; Little Joe The Wrangler's Sister Nell;.
  7. June - The first vinyl 33 1/3 rpm LP (long playing) record was introduced by Columbia records. It had 25 minutes of music per side compared to four minutes per side on the old 78 rpm records. 31 March - The Radio Corporation of America (aka RCA Victor) introduced a new 7-inch, 45 rpm phonograph record.
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  9. Fortune Records was an American family operated, independent record label located in Detroit, Michigan from to The label owners were Jack and Devora Brown, their son Sheldon Brown recorded for the label. Original releases tapered off after aside from a .