16 greatest original blue grass hits

Various artists

Label:Hollywood HCD 132
Release Date:1988
Format:CD
Country:United States
BG Unlimited:1990-08

Song Information:

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1. Doing my timeLester Flatt, Earl Scruggs & the Foggy Mountain Boys
2. Love me darling, just tonightThe Stanley Brothers 2:13
Recording Date:1958-09-30
Composer:Malone-Rakes; Lois, BMI
Place:King Studio, Cincinnati, OH
Master:4192
Instruments:Carter Stanley-g; Ralph Stanley-bj; Bill Napier-m; Ralph Mayo-f; Al Elliot-sb
Vocals:C. Stanley-L; R. Stanley-T
3. Talking banjoBuzz Busby
4. She's just a cute thingJimmy Martin & the Osborne Brothers 2:44
Recording Date:1951-08-27
Place:King Recording Studio, Cincinnati, OH
Master:3237-1
Instruments:Jimmy Martin-g; Robert Van 'Bobby' Osborne-m; Charlie Cline-bj; Curly Ray Cline-f; Ralph 'Little Robert' Guenther-sb
Vocals:J. Martin-L; B. Osborne-T; C. Cline-B
5. Family reunionCarl Story & the Brewster Brothers 2:26
Recording Date:1960-02
Place:Radio Station WFLW, Monticello, KY?
Master:3183
Instruments:Carl Story-rhythm g; possibly Buster Moore-m; Bonnie Lou Moore-sb or g; Lloyd Bell-sb or g
6. Walking in my sleepBill Clifton & the Dixie Mountain Boys
7. Footprints in the snowHylo Brown & the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys
8. Great balls of fireNew Grass Revival
9. Don't let your sweet love dieDon Reno, Red Smiley & the Tennessee Cutups 2:29
Recording Date:1959-10-26
Composer:Van Ness-Manners
Place:King Studios, Cincinnati, OH
Master:4421
Instruments:Don Reno-g; Red Smiley-g; John Palmer-bs; Unknown-drums
Vocals:R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T
10. Orange blossom breakdownThe Stonemans
11. 'Tis so sweet to be rememberedMac Wiseman
12. Hey little girlThe Country Gentlemen 2:48
Recording Date:1958-11-06
Place:Ben Adelman's, Washington, DC
Master:2782
Instruments:Charlie Waller-g; John Duffey-m; Bill Emerson-bj; John Hall-f; Roy Self-sb
Vocals:J. Duffey-LV/TC; B. Emerson-B; C. Waller-LC
13. Truck driver's queenCharlie Moore, Bill Napier & the Dixie Partners
14. Round town galsJim Eanes
15. Hard heartedJim & Jesse & the Virginia Boys
16. Penitentiary bluesCharlie Monroe & his Kentucky Pardners