Wade Mainer And Sons Of The Mountaineers - Old Ruben / Ramblin' Boy
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Jack Shelton
- Vocals [Uncredited], Banjo [Uncredited] – Wade Mainer
- Written-By – Wade Mainer
Both sides recorded 29 September 1941 in Atlanta, GA.
Side A matrix no. 071020-1.
Side B matrix no. 071018-1.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): B-8990A C1 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): B-8990B 1A 1
- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Wade Mainer & The Sons Of The Mountaineers: Ramblin' Boy, I Won't Be Worried, I Won't Be Worried и другие песни. 2020 г. Ramblin' Boy - Wade Mainer and the Sons of the Mountaineers Bluebird 8990, September 29, 1941, Atlanta, GA. A very nice and unique version of an early 19th century English Ballad originally titled 'The Newry Highwayman'. Interesting to note that this version is not akin to the Carolina Tar Heels earlier rendition which you often find in Mainer's repertoire. Y'all enjoy I do not own the rights to this video. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Wade Echard Mainer April 21, 1907 September 12, 2011 was an American country singer and banjoist. In addition, he innovated a two-finger banjo fingerpicking style, which was a precursor to modern three-finger bluegrass styles. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Wade Mainer And Sons Of The Mountaineers на маркетплейсе to music from Wade Mainer & Sons of The Mountaineers like Farther Along, Can't Tell About These Women & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wade Mainer & Sons of The Mountaineers. Banjoistsinger Wade Mainer was an influential figure whose innovative two-fingered picking technique expanded the traditional clawhammer style and helped pave the way for the three-finger virtuosity of modern bluegrass players like Earl Scruggs. Mainer was born in 1907 and raised on his family's small mountain farm near Weaverville, NC, where he was inspired to try his hand at traditional mountain music by his brother-in-law, fiddler Roscoe Banks. Appears On. Various Artists. Train 45: Railroad Songs of the Early 1900's. Rounder Select, Rounder. Old Reuben. This song is by Wade Mainer and Sons of the Mountaineers and appears on the compilation Train 45: Railroad Songs of the Early 1900's 1998. In the first day of the year old Reuben come up hereAnd she never have moved out since that dayI took my razor blade I leave Reuben in the shadeAnd I started me a graveyard of my own, God knows of my own. If I die a railroad man you can bury me in the sandWhere I can hear old number nine when she goes byYonder come that train and its' number's number. Album: The Original Blues Collection, Vol. Release year: 2013. Track length: 02:51. Preview Wade Mainer & The Sons Of The Mountaineers - Ramblin' Boy. Download Wade Mainer & The Sons Of The Mountaineers - Ramblin' Boy. Go back. The Original Blues Collection, Vol. 5: Best 2 songs. Rambling Bob - Every Day and Night 03:19. Doc Clayton - Roaming Gambler 02:47. Wade Mainer & The Sons Of The Mountaineers: best 2 tracks. Wade Mainer & The Sons Of The Mountaineers - I Won't Be Worried The Country & Bluegrass Collection, Vol. Artist: Wade Mainer & The Sons of the Mountaineers. Album: Graveyard Disposition - Deathly Ditties and Graveyard Grooves 1920's-1950's, 2011. Label: County Records - 404 Format: Vinyl Country: US Released: 1973. Old Number Nine by J. Mainer & His Mountaineers. Listen Now . started his recording career in 1935 with his brother Wade for the Bluebird label. After a short period the brothers went out on their own and recorded solo both for Bluebird and King. Almost their entired Bluebird recordings appeared on 2 JSP boxes. During 194647 and 1961 J. recorded for the King label of Sid Nathan in Cincinnati, In 194647 he recorded with his two sons about 24 songs and in 1961 he made another 20. It is uncertain who's taken part on the recordings sesion
Title: Old Ruben / Ramblin' Boy
Style: Country, Gospel
MP3 album: 1358 mb
FLAC album: 2123 mb
Source: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
№ Cat: B-8990