Label: MCA Records - MCAS-001 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Australia • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country
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It is the Leonard Zelig of country songs, cropping up over and over in different guises at various milestones.” Technically, the song was written and first recorded in by Jimmie Rodgers. But “written” is a fluid concept in the folkways of music like this, and this song has at least one very strong predecessor: Tom Dickson’s song “Labor Blues.”.
In , the Fendermen, Phil Humphrey and Jim Sundquist, a couple kids from Madison, Wisconsin, rode to the top of the Billboard Charts with their hit "Mule Skinner Blues.". They recorded some great music and toured the country, playing anywhere with a stage until parting ways in
Sep 19, · CD1 opens with the classic "Can the Circle Be Unbroken" by the Carter Family (which the documentary presents as the single most important family in the history of country music--of course eventually leading to June Carter and Johnny Cash). "Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues)" is from country music first superstar Jimmie Rodgers/5().
Ken Burns' documentary about the history of the musical genre is accompanied by a massive five-volume CD set containing many classics of country music.
Sep 19, · CD1 opens with the classic "Can the Circle Be Unbroken" by the Carter Family (which the documentary presents as the single most important family in the history of country music--of course eventually leading to June Carter and Johnny Cash). "Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues)" is from country music first superstar Jimmie Rodgers/5(52).