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Bill Monroe for Breakfast, with .

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11:14 AM Union Station The Boy Who Wouldn't Hoe Corn
11:07 AM Del McCoury Don't Stop The Music
11:01 AM Red Molly Oh My Sweet Carolina
10:56 AM Front Range Way Back In The Hills
10:55 AM Front Range Silent Ground
10:47 AM Jerry Garcia & David Grisman The Handsome Cabin Boy
10:41 AM Tim May Four Strong Winds
10:32 AM Mark Johnson & Clawgrass Rosewood Casket
10:27 AM Johnson Mountain Boys Blue Diamond Mines
10:27 AM Freight Hoppers Johnson Boys
10:19 AM Freight Hoppers Cotton Eyed Joe
10:15 AM Hee Haw Gospel Quartet A Beautiful Life
10:13 AM Grandpa Jones Mountain Dew
10:10 AM Ralph Stanley Katy Daley
10:07 AM Ralph Stanley Will You Miss Me
10:07 AM Ralph Stanley Hemlocks And Primroses
10:05 AM Tom T. Hall Bill Monroe For Breakfast
American Vernacular, with . 9:42 AM Marcus Martin Boatsman When I Get My New House Done North Carolina Folklife Institute
9:40 AM James Howard The Old Fish Song Kentucky Mountain Music Yazoo
9:38 AM Rufus Crisp Ball and Chain (1946) Recorded By Margot Mayo and Stuart Jamieson at Allen Kentucky, 1946 Folkways
9:36 AM W.M. Stepp Bonaparte's Retreat (1937) The Music Of Kentucky Vol. 1 Yazoo
9:34 AM Pat Hudson Hog Drivers Art Of Field Recording Volume II Dust To Digital
9:25 AM Vera Ward Hall I Been Drinking (1937) Deep River of Song, Alabama: From Lullabies to Blue Rounder
9:23 AM Son House Empire State Express The Legendary Father Of Folk Blues Columbia
9:22 AM David "Honeyboy" Edwards Pony Blues (1979) Classic Blues Smithsonian Folkways
9:20 AM Skip James Illinois Blues (1964) Skip James: Greatest Of The Delta Blues Singers Melodeon
9:19 AM Leroy Gary Mama Lucy (1959) Southern Journey: 61 Highway Mississippi Rounder
9:18 AM B.B. & group Old Alabama Prison Songs Vol. 1: Murderous Home Rounder
9:17 AM "22" & group with axes Stewball Prison Songs Vol 2: Don'tcha Hear Poor Mother Calling? Rounder
9:16 AM Bessie Jones, leader with group, Ed Young; fife Before This Time Another Year (1960) Southern Journey: Georgia Sea Islands Volume One Rounder
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