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Salt Lake City Blues - Various - Nashville - The Early String Bands Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP)


1976
Label: County Records - County 541 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Bluegrass
Salt Lake City Blues - Various - Nashville - The Early String Bands Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP)

 · Early performers lived in the surrounding area and usually played the program free of charge. Nashville Early String Bands, Vol. 1 captures the energy and wildness of those early days. A variety of known and lesser-known artists appear here, from Uncle Dave Macon to the Arthur Smith Trio.

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  1. Read about Salt Lake City Blues from Sam and Kirk McGee's Nashville - The Early String Bands, Vol. 1 and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

  2. Here, in two separate volumes are 38 great recordings from the late s and early s played by string bands from central Tennessee. Almost all of these bands played on the Grand Ole Opry in its earliest days, and their histories and significance are detailed .

  3.  · Description. County CD / Here, in two separate volumes are 38 great recordings from the late s and early s played by string bands from central Tennessee. Almost all of these bands played on the Grand Ole Opry in its earliest days, and their histories and significance are detailed in two superb sets of notes by the noted country historian Charles bility: In stock.

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