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11:07 AM Soul Singing Rambos God Has No Certain Dwelling Place
11:05 AM Barbara Lamb & Vivian Williams Tennessee Wagoner
11:00 AM Boys From Indiana Atlanta Is Burning
10:58 AM Ernie & Mack Mule Skinner Blues
10:57 AM Red Smiley w/ the Bluegrass Cut-ups Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
10:56 AM Don Reno & Bill Harrell Nine Pound Hammer
10:56 AM Stoney Mountain Boys Foggy Mountain Top
10:55 AM Raymond Fairchild Whoa Mule
10:31 AM Stanley Brothers I'll Never Grow Tired Of You
10:31 AM Ricky Skaggs Soldier Of the Cross
10:30 AM Bill Monroe Wayfaring Stranger
10:16 AM Stanley Brothers Going To The Races
10:14 AM Bill Bynum & Company The Dream Daddy's Word
10:13 AM Bill Bynum & Company All A Part Of Arkansas Daddy's Word
10:12 AM The Shut-Ins Kentucky
10:11 AM Tom T. Hall Bill Monroe for Breakfast
American Vernacular, with .

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The 1930's in commercially recorded music.

9:49 AM Carl Martin Farewell To You Baby (1935) A Richer Tradition JSP
9:43 AM Pigmeat Terry Moaning The Blues (1935) American Primitive Vol. II Revenant
9:41 AM Big Bill Broonzy Going Back To Arkansas (1938) Good Time Tonight Columbia
9:39 AM Chasey Collins' Washboard Band Atlanta Town (1935) The Jug, Jook and Washboard Bands Blues Classics
9:37 AM Dallas Jamboree Jug Band Dusting The Frets (1935) A Richer Tradition JSP
9:35 AM Prairie Ramblers Jug Rag (1935) Ruckus Juice & Chitlins Vol. 2 Yazoo
9:31 AM The Tune Wranglers Chicken Reel Stomp (1937) Cluck Old Hen: A Barnyard Serenade Old Hat Records
9:27 AM The Dezurik Sisters I Left Her Standing There (1939) Flowers in the WIldwood: Women in Early Country Music 1923-1929 Trikont
9:24 AM Homer Callahan Rattle Snake Daddy (1934) Mountain Blues JSP
9:21 AM Ashley & Foster East Virginia Blues (1934) Harmonica Masters Yazoo
9:20 AM Cliff Carlisle Roll On Blue Moon (1932) When I'm Feeling Froggie, I'm Gonna Hop JSP
9:20 AM Bonnie Dodd & Murray Lucas Ozark Mountain Rose (1937) Corn Dodgers & Hoss Hair Pullers: Arkansas At 78 RPM Dust To Digital
9:13 AM The Hackberry Ramblers Fais Pas Ca (Don't Do That) (1937) Country Music South and West New World Recordings
9:12 AM Herald Goodman and his Tennessee Valley Boys Banjo Rag (1937) String Ragtime: To Do This You Got To Know How Yazoo
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