Disc B collects sides from three sessions the brothers did backing up Fiddlin' Arthur Smith in the late '30s. Disc C features tracks from the late '40s and early '50s when the brothers were members of two ensembles that played exclusively sacred music: the Harlan County Trio and the Brown's Ferry Four, an early country supergroup featuring Red Foley, Grandpa Jones, Merle Travis, and Wayne Raney. Her Little Brown Hand. The Delmore Brothers. feat: Arthur Smith Trio.
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Watch here dr. lonnie smith trio livestream. Line-up: Dr Lonnie Smith - Hammond organ. Dr Lonnie Smith became a distinctively thoughtful kind of Hammond organist in the wake of his 1960s fame as a jazz/R&B fusioneer, pumping out spacey, Bitches Brew-era ruminations and teasingly sidetracked burnups. Other originals showing up for the first time on a recording is the funky blues Talk About This, featuring ecstatic trumpeting from Brown and a band chant, and the haunting end song African Suite with Smith on Korg keyboard. Of the former Smith says that the tune is about doing all the talking without saying something, while the long-form finale is highlighted by the double drum bash and Ellis’s wafting flute melody.
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Arthur Smith Trio songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: A Guitar and Classic Country. Arthur Smith's Sensational Trio - Country Boogie. album: Hillbilly Boogie. album: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4 : Country Music & Bluegrass. Arthur Smith's Senstional Trio - Country Boogie. album: Country Classics: Boyd's Blues. Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith's Sensational Trio - One O'clock Jump. album: Country Boogie 1939-1947 Anthology. Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith's Sensational Trio - Guitar Jingle Bells. album: Blues Blues Christmas, Vol 4. Adieu False Heart.
|A||Her Little Brown Hand|
|B||A Lonesome Day Today|
- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
- Fiddle, Vocals [Uncredited] – Arthur Smith
- Guitar [Tenor Guitar, Uncredited] – Rabon Delmore
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Alton Delmore
NotesBoth sides recorded 26 January 1938 in Charlotte, NC.
Side A matrix no. 018751-1.
Side B matrix no. 018750-1.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): B B-7547A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): B B-7547B