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Various - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio Album

Performer:

Various

Title:

Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio

Genre:

Audio Files / Folk

MP3 album size:

2313 mb

Label:

BRI Records

Rating:

4.5

Style:

Country, Public Broadcast

Country:

US

Date of release:

1988

Catalog:

BRI 010

Various - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio Album

Tracklist

1The Texas Troubadours A Radio Medley 5:17
2The Texas Troubadours Lollipop 1:31
3Dixie PlayboysGod, Please Protect America 2:15
4Roanoke EntertainersGeorgia Wagoneer 1:21
5Dixie PlayboysCherokee Maiden 1:51
6Tommy Magness, The Orange Blossom BoysTommy Magness Radio Program 15:57
7Wanderers Of The WastelandLook Down That Lonesome Road 3:15
8Roy Hall And His Blue Ridge EntertainersBlue Ridge Entertainers Radio Program 14:16
9Dixie PlayboysPaddy On The Turnpike 0:55
10The Texas Troubadours Happy Roving Cowboy 2:28
11Roanoke Jug BandStone Mountain Rag 3:13
12The Texas Troubadours Natural Bridge Blues 1:48
13Dixie PlayboysUnion County 1:39
14Johnnie AutryTrue Blue Bill 2:29

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BRI 010Various Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio ‎(LP, Comp)BRI Records BRI 010US1988
CD 1010Various Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio ‎(CD)Global Village MusicCD 1010US1997

Notes

Cassette is embedded in an album-sized sleeve which includes "A booklet of full descriptive notes."

Album

Album 1987 14 Songs. For You. Virginia Traditions: Early Roanoke Country Radio. Various Artists. Country , 1987. Radio Medley: Barnacle Bill the Sailor, Washington & Lee Swing, Sweet Georgia Brown. The Texas Troubadours. Assembled from thousands of hours of live regional country music broadcast in the Roanoke area between 1924 and 1954, Virginia Traditions: Early Roanoke Country Radio is a fascinating document of a bygone era. Performances include Barnacle Bill the Sailor, Sweet Georgia Brown, Lollipop and True Blue Bill. No, thanks. more quotes. Now playing . part of: Virginia Traditions order: 2. No cover art available. Release information. Barcode: 759401101020. Format: CD. Album Compilation. Packaging: Jewel Case. Status: Official. Language: English. By Various Artists. 1988 , 14 songs. A Radio Medley - Texas Troubadours. Stone Mountain Rag - Roanoke Jug Band. Happy Roving Cowboy - Texas Troubadours. Lollipop - Texas Troubadours. Happy Roving Cowboy. Texas Troubadours. Natural Bridge Blues. Georgia Wagoneer. Paddy on the Turnpike. Dixie Playboys. Cherokee Maiden. Look Down That Lonesome Road. Wanderers of the Wasteland. Union County. Get Album Info. Released by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Blue Ridge Institute May 2015 14 Tracks. Play all. You may also like. Virginia Traditions: Early Roanoke Country Radio is a English album released on May 2015. Virginia Traditions: Early Roanoke Country Radio Album has 14 songs sung by Texas Troubadours, Roanoke Jug Band, Roanoke Entertainers. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Virginia Traditions: Early Roanoke Country Radio songs on . Cherokee Maiden 1951 - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio - Dixie Playboys. Look Down That Lonesome Road 1948 - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio - Wanderers Of The Wasteland. Union County 1950 - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio - Dixie Playboys. Blue Ridge Entertainers Radio Program 1941 - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio - Roy Hall And His Blue Ridge Entertainers. Tommy Magness Radio Program 1947 - Virginia Traditions - Early Roanoke Country Radio - Tommy Magness, The Orange Blossom Boys. Similar Artists. Roanoke ˈroʊənoʊk is an independent city in the U. commonwealth of Virginia. At the 2010 census, the population was 97,032. It is located in the Roanoke Valley of the Roanoke Region of Virginia. Roanoke is the largest municipality in Southwest Virginia, and is the principal municipality of the Roanoke Metropolitan Statistical Area MSA, which had a 2010 population of 308,707. It is composed of the independent cities of Roanoke and Salem, and Botetourt, Craig, Franklin, and Roanoke counties. From The Virginia Traditions Series recorded by the Blueridge Institute in 1978 and released by SmithsonianFolkways Records. Re-released on compact disc in 2015. The original series included various Virginia based blues and secular artist on 2 albums. I pulled out the tracks by my favorite artist from the series the Foddrell brothers and presented them here in this short compilation. Songs: 1: Slow Drag Turner 2: Who's Been Fooling You Marvin 3: Going Up To The Country Turner 4: Looking For My Woman Marvin 5: Railroad Bill Turner 6: Reno Factory Marvin. Люди и бло

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