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The Stoneman Family - Sutphin, Foreacre, and Dickens: Old-Time Tunes of the South

Various Artists
The Stoneman Family - Sutphin, Foreacre, and Dickens: Old-Time Tunes of the South

Originally from Carroll County, Virginia, the Stoneman family moved to the Washington, DC area during the Depression, where they continued to play old-time music after harsh economic conditions cut short Ernest "Pop" Stoneman's recording career for Okeh and Edison. This album features tunes and songs from Pop, Mrs. Stoneman, and their children.

Track Listing

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Say, Darling, Say Ernest V. Stoneman 1:41
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102
Black Dog Blues Ernest V., Hattie and Vann Stoneman 2:21
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103
When the Springtime Comes Again Ernest V. Stoneman 1:50
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104
Stoney's Waltz Ernest V. Stoneman 2:02
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105
New River Train Ernest and Hattie Stoneman 3:38
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106
Hallelujah Side Ernest V. Stoneman 2:27
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107
Cumberland Gap Hattie Stoneman 1:04
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108
Hang John Brown Ernest V. Stoneman 2:48
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109
Bile Them Cabbage Down Ernest V. Stoneman 2:10
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110
The Wreck of the Old Ninety-Seven Ernest V., Hattie, Gene and Vann Stoneman, and Gene Cox 2:57
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201
Lonesome Road Blues J.C. Sutphin, Vernon Sutphin, and J.J. Neese 1:58
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202
Little Sadie Louise Foreacre 1:43
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203
Late Last Night Louise Foreacre 1:45
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204
Frankie Was a Good Girl Louise Foreacre 2:21
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205
I Met a Handsome Lady H.N. Dickens 2:25
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206
John Henry J.C. and Vernon Sutphin 1:37
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207
The Cruel War Louise Foreacre 2:42
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208
The Golden Pen H.N. Dickens 4:04
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209
The Arkansas Traveler H.N. Dickens 1:31
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210
A Rose in Grandma's Garden Louise Foreacre 3:42
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211
Lost John J.C. and Vernon Sutphin 1:23

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