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"Blue" Gene Tyranny
"Blue" Gene Tyranny: The Somewhere Songs/The Invention of Memory

Bill Wilson
Bill Wilson: Ever Changing Minstrel

Bloody War: Songs 1924-1939

Chas Smith
Chas Smith: Nakadai

Chas Smith
Chas Smith: Twilight of the Dreamboats

S. Lesser
The Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 2 (1930 - 1931)
albums (9) works (2) tracks (27)
title composer artists/ensemble play
"Blue" Gene Tyranny: The Somewhere Songs/The Invention of Memory "Blue" Gene Tyranny Thomas Buckner, baritone; Steve Elson, saxophone; Jay Elfinbein, bass; Conrad Harris, violin; Pauline Kim, violin; Alan Johnson, Conductor; Lev Zhurbin, viola; "Blue" Gene Tyranny, piano; Ariane Lallemand, cello; Lloyd Maines, steel guitar; Ned Sublette, voice; Peter Gordon; Jimmy Daniel, drums; Tony Bass, bass; Tim Schellenbaum, guitar; Stan Harrison, saxophone; Lenny Pickett, saxophone; Ned Sublette Band; Luke Winslow-King, resonator guitar play
Bill Wilson: Ever Changing Minstrel Bill Wilson Bill Wilson, voice; Bill Wilson, guitar; Mac Gayden, guitar; Charlie Daniels, guitar; Bob Wilson, piano; Charlie McCoy, harmonica; Kenny Buttrey, drums; Jerry Reed, guitar; Pete Drake, steel guitar; Cissy Houston, voice play
Bloody War: Songs 1924-1939 Zeke Morris, voice; Zeke Morris, guitar; Jimmy Yates' Boll Weevils; David Lischkoff, fiddle; Jimmy Yates, steel guitar; Alfred McCarty, guitar; Al Treadway, ukulele; Al Treadway, voice; Buell Kazee, voice; Bert Hirsch, violin; (not credited), piano; Carson Robison, guitar; Coley Jones, voice; Coley Jones, guitar; Tom Darby & Jimmie Tarlton; Jimmie Tarlton, steel guitar; Jimmie Tarlton, voice; Tom Darby, guitar; Tom Darby, voice; Red Patterson's Piedmont Log Rollers; Percy Setliff, fiddle; John Fletcher 'Red" Patterson, banjo; John Fletcher 'Red" Patterson, voice; Dick Nolen, tenor banjo; Lee Nolen, guitar; Frank Hutchison, harmonica; Frank Hutchison, guitar; Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers; Dixon Brothers; Howard Dixon, steel guitar; Howard Dixon, voice; Dorsey Dixon, guitar; Dorsey Dixon, voice; Mutt Evans, guitar; Mutt Evans, voice; Earl Johnson & His Clodhoppers; Earl Johnson, fiddle; Earl Johnson, voice; Emmett Bankston, banjo; Lee "Red" Henderson, guitar; Ernest V. Stoneman, voice; Ernest V. Stoneman, harmonica; Ernest V. Stoneman, autoharp; Grayson and Whitter; Gilliam Banmon Grayson, fiddle; Gilliam Banmon Grayson, voice; Henry Whitter, guitar; Wade Mainer & Sons of the Mountaineers; Wade Mainer, voice; Wade Mainer, banjo; Clyde Moody, voice; Jay Hugh Hall, voice; William and Versey Smith play
Chas Smith: Nakadai Chas Smith Chas Smith, pedal steel guitar; John Fitzgerald, percussion; Bob Fernandez, percussion; Theresa Knight, percussion; M.B. Gordy, percussion; Chas Smith, steel guitar; Chas Smith, the Towers play
Chas Smith: Twilight of the Dreamboats Chas Smith Chas Smith, metal sound sculpture; Chas Smith, steel guitar play
The Complete Hit of the Week Recordings, Vol. 2 (1930 - 1931) S. Lesser Hit of the Week Orchestra; Dick Robertson, voice; Carson Robison, voice; Carson Robison, steel guitar; Ted Fio-Rito's Orchestra; Frank Luther, voice; Ted Fio Rito, Conductor; Lew White, organ; Dick Robertson's Collegians; Sam Lanin's Dance Ensemble; Mannie Klein, trumpet; (not credited), trumpet; Tommy Dorsey, trombone; (not credited), tuba; (not credited), clarinet; (not credited), saxophone; Larry Binyon, clarinet; Larry Binyon, saxophone; (not credited), violin; Arthur Schutt, piano; Tony Colucci, banjo; Tony Colucci, guitar; (not credited), drums; Sam Lanin, Conductor; Benrus Radio Orchestra; Vincent Lopez Orchestra; Jack Parker (pseudonym of Smith Ballew) , voice; New York Twelve; Harry Reser, banjo; Harry Reser, guitar; Harry Reser, Conductor; Reser's Radio Band; Paul Small, voice; Lew Conrad, voice; Scrappy Lambert, voice; Bunny Berigan, trumpet; Eddie Lang, guitar; Harry Reser's Radio Band; Dick Robertson's Orchestra; (not credited), trombone; (not credited), guitar; (not credited), flute; Smith Ballew, voice; Don Voorhees Orchestra; Fred "Fuzzy" Farrar, trumpet; Bill Trone, tuba; Charlie Butterfield, trombone; (not credited), piano; (not credited), banjo; Cal Carson [pseudonym of Frank Luther], voice; Gid Carson [pseudonym of Carson Robison], voice; Eva Taylor, voice; Leola Felton, voice play
Czernowin: MAIM for 5 soloists, live electronics and orchestra Chaya Czernowin Peter Veale, musette; Johannes Kalitzke, Conductor; Seth Josel, electric guitar; Mary Oliver, viola; Peter Veale, English horn; Rico Gubler, saxophone; John Mark Harris, piano; John Mark Harris, harpsichord; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Peter Veale, oboe; Seth Josel, steel guitar; Rico Gubler, tubax; Experimental Studio of Heinrich Strobel Stiftung SWR, electronics play
The Early Immersive Music of Joan La Barbara Joan La Barbara Joan La Barbara, voice; Joan La Barbara, percussion; Bruce Ditmas, Arp 2600; Bruce Ditmas, steel guitar; Bruce Ditmas, percussion play
Work Hard, Play Hard, Pray Hard: Hard Time, Good Time & End Time Music 1923-1936 Earl McCoy Earl McCoy, voice; Earl McCoy, steel guitar; Alfred Meng, voice; Alfred Meng, guitar; Clem Garner, voice; Clem Garner, guitar; David McCarn, voice; David McCarn, guitar; Allen Brothers; Austin Allen, voice; Austin Allen, banjo; Lee Allen, guitar; Lee Allen, kazoo; John Carson, violin; John Carson, voice; Oscar Ford, voice; Bert Layne, violin; Riley Puckett, guitar; Lowe Stokes, violin; Earl Johnson, voice; Earl Johnson, violin; Bill Henson, voice; Bill Henson, guitar; Harry McClintock, voice; Harry McClintock, guitar; Red Gay, voice; Red Gay, violin; Jack Wellman, voice; Jack Wellman, guitar; Oscar Grogan, voice; Darby & Tarlton; Jimmie Tarlton, voice; Jimmie Tarlton, steel guitar; Tom Darby, voice; Tom Darby, guitar; Buell Kazee, voice; Buell Kazee, banjo; Paul Cofer, voice; Paul Cofer, violin; Leon Cofer, voice; Leon Cofer, banjo; Ben Evans, guitar; Georgia Crackers; Gid Tanner and Band; Gid Tanner, voice; Gid Tanner, violin; Fate Norris, voice; Fate Norris, banjo; Melvin Dupree, voice; Melvin Dupree, guitar; North Carolina Hawaiians; Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers; Bill Chitwood, violin; Bud Landress, voice; Bud Landress, banjo; Carolina Ramblers String Band; Steve Ledford, voice; Steve Ledford, violin; Taft Ledford, voice; Taft Ledford, violin; David Nicholson, banjo; Audie Rodgers, guitar; Cherokee Ramblers; Bill Gatins, jug; Skinny Anglin, harmonica; Bill Power, banjo; Walter Kite, guitar; Herschel Brown and His Boys; Herschel Brown, voice; L.K. Sentell, voice; Charlie Wilson and His Hayloft Gang; Charlie Wilson, voice; Charlie Wilson, violin; Roy Hobbs, voice; Roy Hobbs, mandolin; Asa Martin, voice; Asa Martin, guitar; Aiken County String Band; Whit Gaydon, voice; Whit Gaydon, violin; Hack String Band; Melvin Bethel, mandolin; Bill Brown, guitar; James Brown, violin; Walter Cobb, banjo; Gene Garrett, bass; Virgil Garrett, violin; Eugene Hack, jazzhorn; Dewey Grace, guitar; Tennessee Ramblers; Bill Sievers, violin; Mack Sievers, voice; Mack Sievers, banjo; Willie Sievers, guitar; Gid Tanner, banjo; Happy Four; Jeff Chastain, voice; Jes Ballew, voice; Jes Ballew, guitar; Lee Campbell, voice; Lee Campbell, harmonica; Mcdonald Quartette; Alvin McDonald, voice; Ralph McDonald, voice; W.E. Smithmire, voice; Dixon Brothers; Dorsey Dixon, voice; Dorsey Dixon, guitar; Howard Dixon, voice; Howard Dixon, steel guitar; Georgia Yellow Hammers; Bud Landress, violin; Clyde Evans, voice; Clyde Evans, guitar; Ernest Moody, voice; Ernest Moody, banjo; Phil Reeve, voice; Phil Reeve, guitar; Corley Family; Presley Corley, voice; Emma Corley, voice; Lorna Doone Corley, voice; Katherine Corley, voice; Fields Ward and the Grayson County Railsplitters; Fields Ward, voice; Fields Ward, guitar; Ernest V. Stoneman, voice; Ernest V. Stoneman, harmonica; Eck Dunford, voice; Eck Dunford, violin; Sid Harkreader, voice; Sid Harkreader, violin; Grady Moore, voice; Grady Moore, guitar; Kentucky Holiness Singers; Snowball and Sunshine; James H. Dodgen, voice; Mary Pace Kimbrough Dodgen, voice; Alfred Karnes, voice; Alfred Karnes, harp guitar; Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Singers; Ernest Phipps, voice; Avery G. Baker, voice; Minnie Phipps, voice; Nora Byrley, voice; Alfred G. Karnes, guitar; Roland N. Johnson, violin; Ancil L. McVay, mandolin; Eula Johnson, banjo; Taylor-Griggs Louisiana Melody Makers; Robert Crowder Grigg, voice; Robert Crowder Grigg, violin; Lorene Grigg, mandolin; Ione Grigg, guitar; Ausie B. Grigg, bass; Clavie Taylor, voice; Red Brush Singers; G.P. Harris, voice; G.P. Harris, violin play
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