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Joe Bussard - The Year of Jubilo

Rain Dog 30 Oct 15 - 11:31 AM
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Subject: Joe Bussard - The Year of Jubilo
From: Rain Dog
Date: 30 Oct 15 - 11:31 AM

Joe Bussard presents: The Year of Jubilo – 78 RPM Recordings of Songs from the Civil War

Legendary collector, Joe Bussard is putting records out once again! After running the last 78rpm label in the US (R.I.P. Fonotone Records 1956-1974), Joe had relegated his efforts to promoting old-time music by making cassette tapes for people hungry to hear his rare treasures and producing his radio show Country Classics for stations in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. But last year, Joe and his daughter Susannah Anderson had the idea to produce a compilation of Civil War tunes and they rang the office of Dust-to-Digital to gauge interest in distributing such a compilation. It was an easy decision for DTD, mainly because Joe's always been there for us so it was time to partner together once again.

More info, including some of the recordings, can be found here

Joe Bussard presents: The Year of Jubilo

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Subject: RE: Joe Bussard - The Year of Jubilo
From: MGM·Lion
Date: 30 Oct 15 - 12:24 PM

The title song, aka Kingdom's Coming iirc, is, of course, one of the wonderful songs of the celebrated Henry Clay Work, composer also of Marching Thru Georgia, My Grandfather's Clock, Ship The Never Returned, and a great raft of fine and justly famous songs.


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Subject: RE: Joe Bussard - The Year of Jubilo
From: Lighter
Date: 30 Oct 15 - 04:33 PM

Looks great. CW music is one of my special interests.


Am not sure that the CW verses of "Johnson Boys" much predate the recording.

And "Dixie Division" really has nothing to do with the Civil War. It was composed in honor of the Thirty-First Infantry Division, made up of National Guard units from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida during World War I.

There was no "Dixie Division" during the Civil War. Confederate divisions were named for their commanding general.

What, no "Marching through Georgia"? No "Aura Lea?"

Can't have everything, I guess.

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