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The Original Arthur Smith And His Dixie-Liners - Beautiful Brown Eyes / Train Whistle Blues FLAC

The Original Arthur Smith And His Dixie-Liners - Beautiful Brown Eyes / Train Whistle Blues FLAC
Performer:
The Original Arthur Smith And His Dixie-Liners
Album:
Beautiful Brown Eyes / Train Whistle Blues
Style:
Country
Released:
1951
Country:
US
Label:
Capitol Records
Catalog:
1426
FLAC size:
1910 mb
MP3 size:
1461 mb
WMA size:
1842 mb


Tracklist


1Beautiful Brown Eyes
Written-By – Alton Delmore, Arthur Smith
2:22
2Train Whistle Blues
Written-By – Arthur Smith
2:30


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 3125-D1 1 ★ 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 3126-D1 1 ★ 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 3125-Y
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 3126-Z


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.


Album


Train Whistle Blues. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Garbage Man Blues. Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies. Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith. 2013 Original Artist Original Songs. Acoustic Blues. Various artists. Текст песни: When a woman gets the blues she hangs her little head and cries When a woman gets the blues she hangs her little head and cries But when a man gets the blues he grabs a train and rides Every time I see Whistle Blues. Pinetop Smith. The History of Rhythm and Blues 1925 - 1942. Beautiful Brown Eyes is a country song written by Alton Delmore, originally inspired by his oldest daughter. One of the best known versions of the song was originally arranged by Fiddlin' Arthur Smith & Alton Delmore of The Delmore Brothers in 1951. An award was presented to Alton Delmore for Beautiful Brown Eyes in 1951. The lyrics are sung from the perspective of a woman unlucky in love, divorced, and remarried, who will never love blue eyes again. One doesn't need to hear hits, though, to appreciate Smith's tremendous skill, and with the Delmore Brothers on hand for a number of songs, this is nothing short of terrific. The liner notes provide some of the best insight yet into Smith's life and career and show definitively why he was such a tremendous influence on the first generation of bluegrass musicians. Milk 'Em in the Evening Blues. McGee Brothers. 0 out of 5 stars 1. This album is fantastic. There's not a weak cut on here. I'm sure there are fiddler's who weren't fans of Fiddlin Arthur, I've read Ed Haley hated his fiddling, but to go from old time to bluegrass, you need Smith as a link-up. Cheatham County is great, Dickson County is great, Turkey in the Straw, etc. He's fast, he had lots of great ideas, and more than most, his fiddling inspired generations of players because of his accessibility through radio. 0 out of 5 stars Arthur Smith & his Dixie liners. September 4, 2005. Format: Audio CD. Fiddlin' Arthur Smith & His Dixie Liners - Why Should I Wonder 1938 Bluebird Records Recorded 30 Nov 1938 Fiddlin' Arthur Smith April 10, 1898 December 23, 1927 Smith made a solo debut at the Grand Ole Opry. In the 30s he formed The Dixieliners AKA Arthur Smith & His Dixieliners and The Original Arthur Smith and His Dixieliners with his daughter Lavonne and The McGee Brothers. In 1939 he briefly joined the Tennessee Valley Boys only to leave the next year to briefly join The Shelton Brothers before leaving to form a band called The Band of Arthurs, featuring men all named Arthur and his daughter Lavonne. Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. In the Pines The Longest Train I Ever Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys. In the Pines The Longest Train I Ever Texas Jim Robertson and The Panhandle Punchers. June 1948. In the Pines. The Browns featuring Jim Edward Brown. March 1961. True Love True Love. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Performer: THE ORIGINAL ARTHUR SMITH And His Dixie-Liners Writer: Arthur Smith. Vocal With String Band. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are truncated eliptical, truncated conical, truncated conical, truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 400. 0, Rolloff: -12. The preferred versions suggested by an audio engineer at George Blood, L. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 2311-3D-5 Catalog number: 40068