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The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)

Pamela R 26 Nov 17 - 11:37 PM
GUEST,MVS 27 Nov 17 - 11:48 PM
Pamela R 28 Nov 17 - 04:14 AM
G-Force 28 Nov 17 - 05:32 AM
GUEST,Guest Nick 28 Nov 17 - 07:54 AM
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Subject: The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)
From: Pamela R
Date: 26 Nov 17 - 11:37 PM

Does anyone have the liner notes from   "The Rose Grew Round the Briar: Early American Rural Love Songs, Vol. 2"? Yazoo Records 2031, I believe.

If so: I am trying to find out the origin of the *recording* of Clayton McMichen singing "In the Pines" on that album - not of the song, but of the audio recording itself. Was this a field recording or a commercial recording? collected or made by whom and on what date?

Thanks!


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Subject: RE: The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)
From: GUEST,MVS
Date: 27 Nov 17 - 11:48 PM

I don't have the liner notes, but Mac recorded this for Columbia, 15 Apr 1930, Atlanta, mx 150219-3, released on Columbia 15590-D. It was released under his vocal alias, "Bob Nichols." (Country Music Records, p 569.)


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Subject: RE: The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)
From: Pamela R
Date: 28 Nov 17 - 04:14 AM

Thank you MVS!

If this information is not from the liner notes, may I ask what source you have for the information? (I would like to be able to cite it properly).


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Subject: RE: The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)
From: G-Force
Date: 28 Nov 17 - 05:32 AM

I've got the CD, where the track is listed as 'Grave in the Pines'. But it doesn't give any more recording details, other than that the tracks are remastered from original 78s.


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Subject: RE: The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)
From: GUEST,Guest Nick
Date: 28 Nov 17 - 07:54 AM

The information on Grave in the Pines provided by MVS above can be found in 'Country music sources: a biblio-discography of commercially recorded traditional music', Guthrie T. Meade, Jr. with Dick Spottswood and Douglas S. Meade. Published by the Southern Folklore Collection, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries in association with the John Edwards Memorial Forum, in 2002, p. 515


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Subject: RE: The Rose Grew Round the Briar (album)
From: GUEST
Date: 30 Nov 17 - 10:45 AM

Thanks all!


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