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New Mule Skinner Blues - Various - Bluegrass Bonanza - Classic Bluegrass 1946-50 (CD)

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  1. Listen now to Mule Skinner Blues by Bill Monroe and more! AccuRadio is free customizable online radio with unlimited skips. Classic Bluegrass. The greatest tracks from the earliest decades of recorded bluegrass music. Browse All AccuRadio Genres-Advertisement-© AccuRadio LLC. About. Our Story Help Blend in a new channel?
  2. Proper's four-disc Bluegrass Bonanza collection focuses on the genre's early greats like Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, Flatt & Scruggs, and the Delmore Brothers. Each of the four CDs -- String Band Roots, ; The Monroe Legacy, ; Early Bluegrass, ; and Classic Bluegrass, -- is packed with classics, making this budget-priced box a pretty decent purchase. [All.
  3. With Body And Soul: A Bluegrass Tribute to Bill Monroe, Various Artists (Don Reno and Red Smiley), Notes. Occurs on Jimmie Rodgers LPs and on many other releases as Mule Skinner Blues. Also occurs as Muleskinner Blues. Original version recorded by Jimmie Rodgers on 11th July Mule Skinner Blues played a prominent role in the career of.
  4. About Mule Skinner Blues "Mule Skinner Blues" (a.k.a. "Blue Yodel #8", "Muleskinner Blues", and "Muleskinner's Blues") is a classic country song written by Jimmie Rodgers and George Vaughan. The song was first recorded by Rodgers in and has been recorded by many artists since then, acquiring the de facto title "Mule Skinner Blues" after.
  5. Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) Lyrics: Good mornin' Captain / Good mornin' Shine / Do you need another mule skinner / Out on your new mud line? / Yo-del-lay-ee-ee, yo-del-lay-ee-ee-ee / I.
  6. CD 3 - Early Bluegrass 1. Coon Creek Girls - Banjo Pickin' Girl () 2. Coon Creek Girls - Little Birdie () CD 4 - Classic Bluegrass 1. Bill Monroe - Blue Moon Of Kentucky () 2. Bill Monroe - Toy Heart () Bill Monroe - New Mule Skinner Blues () Bill Monroe - Uncle Penn () Flatt & Scruggs.
  7. Jul 21,  · And the bluegrass vocal here is already a “keening tenor” that finds that mystical sonic territory known as “high lonesome.” By this time it had been a hit twice, sounding different enough each time to suggest how malleable it was. A tug of war started. Woody Guthrie pulled it back in the direction of folksy blues in
  8. "Mule Skinner Blues" (a.k.a. "Blue Yodel #8", "Muleskinner Blues", and "Muleskinner's Blues") is a classic country song written by Jimmie Rodgers and George Vaughan. The song was first recorded by Rodgers in and has been recorded by many artists since then, acquiring the de facto title "Mule Skinner Blues" after Rodgers named it "Blue.

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