9 thoughts on “ John Hardy - Raymond Fairchild - Americas Most Authentic Folk Banjo (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Feb 13,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of America's Most Authentic Folk Banjo on Discogs.
  2. Sep 01,  · Stream Bluegrass Banjo Collection Power Picks 93 Classics by Raymond Fairchild and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. John Hardy (Alternate Version) John Hardy /5(4).
  3. Apr 28,  · John Hardy, a song by Raymond Fairchild on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Bluegrass Banjo Collection, Vol Bluegrass Banjo Collection, Vol Bluegrass Banjo Collection, Vol Bluegrass Banjo Music Duration: 1 min.
  4. Feb 06,  · contains 30 authentic performances and beloved timeless classics by the KING OF THE SMOKY MOUNTAIN BANJO PLAYERS Raymond Fairchild along with The Frosty Mountain Boys and The Maggie Valley Boys. Born near the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina banjo master Raymond Fairchild is one of the finest bluegrass banjoists who ever lived/5(6).
  5. NB(4): SIMS LP “RAYMOND FAIRCHILD-AMERICA’S MOST AUTHENTIC BANJO” released ca. August/September RAYMOND FAIRCHILD Nashville, Tn.
  6. Dec 21,  · Label: Tune - TRC Format: Vinyl Country: US Released: Song List: A1 - BlackBerry Blossom A2 - Leaving Town A3 - Just Because A4 - Patty On The Turnpike A5 - .
  7. unknown – Ralph Stanley and Raymond Fairchild (Ralph Edmond Stanley [vcl-1/banjo]; Raymond Fairchild [vcl-2/banjo] + unknown musicians) RAYMOND'S TRUBUTE TO RALPH REB-CD I REMEMBER YOUR LOVE IN MY PRAYERS REB-CD SHE'S MORE TO BE PITIED REB-CD PIKE COUNTRY BREAKDOWN REB-CD WHITE HOUSE .
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  9. John Hardy was an actual person, a black man, working in the tunnels of West Virginia (just like "John Henry"). In fact, as Alan Lomax remarks, "the two songs ["John Henry" & "John Hardy"] have sometimes been combined by folk singers, and the two characters confused by ballad collectors.. One payday, in a crap game at Shawnee Coal Company's camp (in what is today Eckman, WV), John Hardy.

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