Title: Boil Dem Cabbage Down / Shortenin' Bread
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Earl Johnson And His Dixie Entertainers, Earl Johnson's Dixie Entertainers. Marketplace 28 For Sale. Boil Dem Cabbage Down, Shortenin' Bread (Shellac, 10").
This set presents the first half of Earl Johnson's complete recordings with his Dixie Entertainers and, on the later tracks, his Clodhoppers. Recorded in 1927, these tracks are wonderful sides by an excellent, absurd entertainer whose wild fiddling and frenzied falsetto vocals reveal a substantial debt to Gid Tanner, the most famous of the crazy Georgia fiddlers. His takes on such standards as "John Henry," "Boil Them Cabbage Down," and "Shortenin' Bread" keep the old pieces immensely fresh and exciting, as if they were being played for the first time; certainly they have seldom been played with such urgency.
Leake County Revellers. Leather Breeches Country Fiddle. Лицензиар: The Orchard Music (от лица компании "JSP Records").
Interpret: Earl Johnson. Album titlle: Complete Recorded Work (Part 1 - 1927). Artikelart CD. EAN: 0714298800524. Johnson's Old Grey Mule. 08. Boil Dem Cabbage Down. 09. John Henry Blues. 10. I Don't Love Nobody. 11. Shortenin' Bread. 12. I Get My Whiskey From Rockingham. 13. Red Hot Breakdown. 14. I've Got A Woman On Sourwood Mountain. 24. 8. 1886 im Gwinnett County/ Georgia Record Labels: Okeh, County Robert Earl Johnson, Sänger und Fiddler, war Chef der Clodhoppers und der Dixie Entertainers, zweier Old-Time-Bands der 20er und 30er Jahre. Customer evaluation for "Complete Recorded Work (Part 1 - 1927)".
Album · 1997 · 23 Songs.
Earl Johnson and His Dixie Entertainers Earl Johnson and His Clodhoppers. Robert Earl Johnson (August 24, 1886 in Gwinnett County, Georgia – May 31, 1965) was an old time fiddler who was influenced by the music of Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers. Johnson learned to play the fiddle at an early age with some assistance from his father. When he was young, he used to practice with his two brothers, Albert on banjo and Ester on guitar. Between 1920 and 1934, he was a regular participant at the Atlanta Fiddlers' Convention. In 1923, Albert and Ester were victims of an epidemic. The same year, Johnson joined Fiddlin' John Carson's Virginia Reelers and within two years made his first recordings on Paramount Records. Boil Dem Cabbage Down".
Album: Times Ain't Like They Used To Be: Early American Rural Music, Vol. 2, 2006.
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- Record Company – Okeh Phonograph Corporation
- Fiddle [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Earl Johnson
- Vocals [Uncredited], Banjo [Uncredited] – Emmett Bankston
- Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – Byrd Moore
NotesBoth sides recorded 23 March 1927 in Atlanta, GA.
Side A matrix no. 80625-A.
Side B matrix no. 80660-A.
Credits, matrix numbers and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): Ⓦ80625A A-3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): Ⓦ80660A B-2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 80-625
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 80-660