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Bloody War: Songs 1924-1939

Frank Denyer
Frank Denyer: Faint Traces

John Hollenbeck
John Hollenbeck: No Images

Jon Gibson
Jon Gibson: Relative Calm
albums (6) works (1) tracks (14)
title composer artists/ensemble 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
Frank Denyer: Faint Traces Frank Denyer James Fulkerson, trombone; James Fulkerson, cornet; Peter Wadhams, voice; Anne Kimber, rattle; Peter Wadhams, reeds; Nicola Walker-Smith, voice; Christopher Best, voice; Tobias Liebezeit, percussion; Alex Geller, cello; Peter Wadhams, rattle; John Anderson, clarinet; Frank Denyer, voice; James Fulkerson, voice; John Anderson, clarinets; Marieke Keser, viola; Jos Zwaanenburg, bamboo flute; Barton Workshop; Jos Zwaanenburg, flute; Marieke Keser, violin; Elisabeth Smalt, viola; Steven Rainbird, voice; Mike McInerney, rattle; Jos Zwaanenburg, rattle; Mike McInerney, voice; Steven Rainbird, autoharp; Mike McInerney, reeds; Steven Rainbird, rattle; Anne Kimber, flute; Catherine Laws, harmonium; Damien Harron, percussion; Alan Thomas, banjo; Catherine Laws, spinet play
John Hollenbeck: No Images John Hollenbeck David Liebman, tenor saxophone; Ellery Eskelin, tenor saxophone; Rick Dimuzio, tenor saxophone; John Hollenbeck, drums; Theo Bleckmann, voice; Ben Monder, electric guitar; John Hollenbeck, percussion; Ray Anderson, trombone; David Taylor, trombone; Tim Sessions, trombone; John Hollenbeck, autoharp play
Jon Gibson: Relative Calm Jon Gibson Jon Gibson, winds; Jon Gibson, keyboards; Jon Gibson, autoharp; Joseph Kubera, keyboards; David Van Tieghem, percussion; Jon Gibson, keyboard; Joseph Kubera, keyboard; Jon Gibson, soprano saxophone; Jon Gibson, saxophone play
Rent Romus' Lords of Outland: Thee Unhip Rent Romus Rent Romus, alto saxophone; Rent Romus, c-melody saxophone; Rent Romus, voice; C.J. Borosque, trumpet; C.J. Borosque, electronics; Ray Schaeffer, electric bass; Philip Everett, drums; Philip Everett, autoharp; Philip Everett, electronics play
That's My Rabbit, My Dog Caught It: Traditional Southern Instrumental Styles Hobart Smith Riley Puckett, guitar; Louis H. Propps, fiddle; Palmer McAbee, harmonica; Dennis McGee, fiddle; Cleoma Breaux, guitar; Louis H. Propps, guitar; Francis Gillum, straws; Walter Family; Kenneth Benfield, autoharp; Ernest Fruge, fiddle; Neriah Benfield, autoharp; Allen Sisson, fiddle; Seven Foot Dillyand His Dill Pickles; Arthur Smith and His Dixieliners; Marion Reese, fife; Alva Greene, fiddle; Jacob Burckhart, piano; Joseph Falcon, accordion; Helton Brothers; Luther Strong, fiddle; Ezra Hawkins, mandolin; Bill Boyd and His Cowboy Ramblers; Lena Hughes, guitar; Pete Steele, banjo; Vernon Judd, banjo; Mrs. Judd, voice; Justis Begley, banjo; I.D. Stamper, hammered dulcimer; Obed Pickard, mouth harp play
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