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Blue Ridge Mountain Singers Lorena
03 :14
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Grant Brothers & Their Music Johnson Boy
02 :59
04
Red Mountain Trio Dixie
03 :18
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G B Grayson & Henry Whitter He Is Coming To Us Dead
03 :03
07
Ernest Stoneman Sweet Bunch of Violets
03 :18
08
Ward & Winfield In Those Cruel Slavery Days
02 :52
09
Chubby Parker & His Little Old-Time Banjo The Year of Jubilo
02 :41
10
Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters John Brown's Dream
02 :46
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Capt. M. J. Bonner (The Texas Fiddler) Dusty Miller/Ma Ferguson
02 :52
12
Cherry Lane Express Rebels Hornpipe
02 :39
13
Henry C. Gilliland and A. C. (Eck) Robertson Turkey in the Straw
03 :00
14
The Foreman Family The Poor Old Slave
03 :22
15
Asa Martin & James Roberts Darling Nellie Gray
02 :49
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Henry C. Gilliland and A. C. (Eck) Robertson Arkansaw Traveler
03 :00
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McGee Brothers & Todd Old Master's Runaway
03 :02
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Da Costa Woltz’s Southern Broadcasters Richmond Cotillion
02 :59
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Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers Dixie Division
04 :12
ARTIST
TITLE
Joe Bussard Presents: The Year of Jubilo - 78 RPM Recordings of Songs from the Civil War
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
DTD 047CD DTD 047CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/16/2015

Legendary collector Joe Bussard is putting records out once again! After running the last 78-RPM label in the US (RIP Fonotone Records, 1956-1974), Bussard had relegated his efforts to promoting old-time music by making cassette tapes for people hungry to hear his rare treasures and producing his Country Classics radio show for stations in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia. But in 2014, Bussard and his daughter Susannah Anderson had the idea to produce a compilation of Civil War tunes; they rang the office of Dust-to-Digital to gauge interest in distributing such a compilation. It was an easy decision for DTD. CD in digipak with 36-page booklet. Includes introductory essay by Kevin Fontenot and liner notes by Tony Russell. Includes tracks by Ernest Stoneman, Blue Ridge Mountain Singers, Grant Brothers & Their Music, Red Mountain Trio, Buell Kazee, G. B. Grayson - Henry Whitter, Ward & Winfield, Chubby Parker & His Littleold-Time Banjo, Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters, Capt. M. J. Bonner (The Texas Fiddler), Cherry Lane Express, Henry C. Gilliland and A. C. (Eck) Robertson, The Foreman Family, Asa Martin & James Roberts, McGee Brothers & Todd, and Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers.