V.A. / WORK HARD, PLAY HARD, PRAY HARD, Hard Time, Good Time & End Tome Music 1923-1936


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Disc: 1
1. Earl McCoy, Alfred Meng, and Clem Garner: John Henry the Steel Drivin’ Man (1930) – Earl McCoy, Alfred Meng and Clem Garner
2. David McCarn: Poor Man, Rich Man (Cotton Mill Colic No. 2) (1930) – Dave McCarn
3. Allen Brothers: I’ve Got the Chain Store Blues (1930) – The Allen Brothers
4. Fiddlin’ John Carson: The Farmer Is the Man Who Feeds Them All (1923) – Fiddlin’ John Carson
5. Oscar Ford: The Farmer’s Dream (1930) – Oscar Ford
6. Earl Johnson: When the Roses Bloom Again for the Bootlegger (1930) – Earl Johnson
7. Harry “Mac” McClintock: Jerry, Go Ile that Car (1928) – Harry ‘Mac’ McClintock
8. Red Gay & Jack Wellman: Flat Wheel Train Blues, parts 1 & 2 (1930) – Red Gay & Jack Wellman
9. Pierre La Dieu: Driving Saw Logs on the Plover (1928) – Red Gay & Jack Wellman
10. Darby & Tarlton: All Bound Down in Texas (1929) – Pierre La Dieu
11. Buell Kazee: Poor Boy Long Ways from Home (1928) – Darby And Tarlton
12. Georgia Crackers: Diamond Joe (1927) – Buell Kazee

Disc: 2
1. Gid Tanner and band: Work Don’t Bother Me (1930) – Gid Tanner & Band
2. North Carolina Hawaiians: Soldier’s Joy (1928) – North Carolina Hawaiians
3. Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers: Fourth of July at the Country Fair (1927) – Bill Chitwood And His Georgia Mountaineers
4. Warren Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers: McDonald’s Farm (1928) – Warren Caplinger’s Cumberland Mountain Entertainers
5. Carolina Ramblers String Band: Barnyard Frolic (1932) – Carolina Ramblers String Band
6. Cherokee Ramblers: Home Brew Rag (1935) – Cherokee Ramblers
7. Herschel Brown and His Boys: Corn-Shucking Party In Georgia (1928) – Herscel Brown and His Boys
8. Charlie Wilson & His Hayloft Gang: The Beer Party (1933) – Aiken County String Band – Aiken County String Band
9. Aiken County String Band: Charleston Rag (1927) – Whit Gaydon
10. Whit Gaydon: Tennessee Coon Hunt (1929) – Hack String Band
11. Hack String Band: Too Tight Rag (1929) – The Allen Brothers
12. Allen Brothers: Cheat ‘Em (1928) – Oscar Ford
13. Oscar Ford: Hide Away (1927) – The Tennessee Ramblers
14. Tennessee Ramblers: The Preacher Got Drunk and Laid Down His Bible (1928)

Disc: 3
1. Gid Tanner: You’ve Got to Stop Drinking Shine (1930) – Gid Tanner
2. Happy Four: Climbing the Golden Stairs (1927) – Happy Four
3. McDonald Quartette: Oh Declare His Glory (1927) – McDonald Quartette
4. Dixon Brothers: Easter Day (1936) – The Dixon Brothers
5. Georgia Yellow Hammers: I’m S-A-V-E-D (1927) – Georgia Yellow Hammers
6. Corley Family: Way to Glory Land (1929) – The Corley Family
7. Fields Ward and the Grayson County Railsplitters: You Must Be A Lover of the Lord (1929) – Fields Ward & The Grayson County Railsplitters
8. Sid Harkreader & Grady Moore: The Gambler’s Dying Words (1927) – Sid Harkreader & Gradey Moore
9. Kentucky Holiness Singers: I’m On My Way (1930) – Snowball & Sunshine
10. Snowball & Sunshine: Leave It There (1931) – Alfred Karnes
11. Alfred G. Karnes: Where We’ll Never Grow Old (1927) – Ernest Phipps & His Holiness Singers
12. Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Singers: If the Light Has Gone Out of Your Soul (1928) – Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers – Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers
13. Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers: When the Moon Drips Away Into the Blood (1928) – Red Brush Singers
14. Red Brush Singers: Beyond the Starry Plane (1928) – Elder Golden Harris
15. Elder G. P. Harris: My Christian Friends In Bonds of Love (c. 1933)

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