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GUEST,Richie Delmore Brothers Questions (10) RE: Delmore Bothers Questions 13 Oct 07


There was a dispute about "Brown's Ferry Blues" because the Vagabond's apparently copyrighted the song first. Alton complained and supposedly got the rights back.

I heard that the McGee's also calimed to write it.

I don't this Arthur Smith's Trio should be Delmore Brothers songs. Are they? Here's what I have in my database:

Arthur Smith Trio Recordings (Arthur Smith- fiddle; Alton and Rabon Delmore) Jan. 1935- Jan. 1938:
Across The Blue Ridge Mountains; Adieu False Love; Answer To More Pretty Girls Than One; Beautiful Brown Eyes; Beautiful Mabel Clare; Blackberry Blossom; Bonaparte's Retreat; Cheatum County Breakdown; Cheatum County Breakdown No. 2; Chicken Cookin' Time; Dixon County Blues; Dixon County Blues No. 2; Doin' The Goofus; Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind; Goin' To Town; Fiddler's Blues; Fiddler's Dream; Florida Blues; Freight Train Moan; Goin' To Town; Henpecked Husband Blues; Her Little Brown Hand; (Singing Those) House Of David Blues; I'm Bound To Ride; Indian Creek; It's Hard To Please Your Mind; Little Darling; Little Darling They Have Taken You From Me; Lonesome Day Today, A; Lonesome For You; Lonesome Rambler's Blues; Lost Love; Lost Train Blues; Love Letters; Mocking Bird; More Like His Dad Everyday; Nellie's Blue Eyes; Never Alone; Paris Waltz; Pig At Home In A Pen; Red Apple Rag; Smith's Breakdown; Smith's Waltz; Spring Street Waltz; Sweet Heaven; There's More Pretty Girls Than One; Straw Breakdown; Sugar Tree Stomp; Take Me Back To Tennessee; Walking In My Sleep;


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