Folk Songs Of Rural America - Heritage Collection. Other albums by Hylo Brown.
This compilation of story songs and folk ballads features many well-known songs of the genre. From "The Wreck of the Old '97" to "Froggie Went a Courtin'," these tracks are filled with music that was very well-known and repeated in its heyday. Anyone looking to hear some of the most important songs in the old American traditional style should give this a listen - many of these are absolute classics.
Sings Folk Songs of Rural America - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). Legends & Tall Tales - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). Sings Country Gospel Songs - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). Hylo Brown and the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys - Rural Rhythm Records (1968). Sings the Blues - Rural Rhythm Records (1968). Hylo Brown & The Timberliners, 1954-1960 - Bear Family Records (1992). In Concert (recorded in 1959) - Copper Creek Records (1996).
Hylo Brown sings folk songs of rural America. Rural Rhythm RRHB 176, PERFORMERS: Hylo Brown, vocals, guitar ; Ross Branham, banjo ; Dan Milton, dobro ; Jack Casey, guitar ; John Maultteay, fiddle ; Dick Brickles, bass. DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2116. Carter Family memorial album. w/Bill Clifton) Starday SLP 146, PERFORMERS: Country songs, originally recorded by the Carter Family ; Bill Clifton and his Dixie Mountain Boys. DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1939. Starday SLP-111, PERFORMERS: Bill Clifton and his Dixie Mountain Boys.
Hylo Brown and The Timberliners - Rural Rhythm (1966). Sings Folk Songs of Rural America - Rural Rhythm Records (1967). WPFB is a radio station broadcasting Catholic programming after a switch from an adult album alternative format as a simulcast of WNKU. It is licensed to Middletown, United States, the station is owned by Sacred Heart Radio, Inc. and is now simulcasting WNOP740 AM licensed in Newport, Kentucky. In April 2016, WPFB was sold to Sacred Heart Radio, on June 3rd,2016 WPFB began simulcasting WNOP alongside WHSS.
Frank Brown was born on April 20, 1922 in River, Kentucky. He disbanded and retired from the road in the 1980s, eventually leaving Nashville for Kentucky and Ohio. His once powerful voice lost its range and authority, and a stroke in 1990 sidelined him further. But Hylo Brown died on January 17 and was inducted posthumously.
The term American folk music encompasses numerous music genres, variously known as traditional music, traditional folk music, contemporary folk music, or roots music. Many traditional songs have been sung within the same family or folk group for generations, and sometimes trace back to such origins as Great Britain, Europe, or Africa all the music that fits between the cracks.
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|A1||Girl In The Blue Velvet Band||3:00|
|A2||Little John Henry||2:54|
|A3||All The Good Times Are Past And Gone||2:38|
|A4||Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down||1:26|
|A5||Leaf Of Love||1:42|
|A6||Down In The Willow Garden||1:25|
|A7||I'm Coming Back But I Don't Know When||1:11|
|A9||Prisoner Of Roane County||2:35|
|A10||Are You Tired Of Me My Darling||2:00|
|B1||The Storms Are On The Ocean||2:10|
|B2||I'll Remember You Love In My Prayers||2:23|
|B3||Preacher And The Bear||2:10|
|B4||Black Jack Davery||1:19|
|B5||Go Along Mule||1:16|
|B6||Put Me In Your Pocket||2:30|
|B7||At The Rainbow's End||2:18|
|B8||Conversation With A Mule||3:00|
|B9||Tie Up Those Broken Cords||1:47|
|B10||Froggie Went A Courtin'||1:35|
- Published By – Sage Brush Music
- Arranged By – Uncle Jim O'Neal
- Banjo [5 String Banjo] – Ross Branham
- Bass – Dick Brickles
- Fiddle – John Maultteay
- Lead Guitar – Jack Casey
- Producer – Lee Sutton, Mac Wiseman
- Resonator Guitar [Dobro] – Dan Milton*
- Vocals, Guitar – Hylo Brown
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): RRHB-176-A U-1935 SM
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): RRHB-176-B U-1936 SM
- Rights Society: BMI