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9 thoughts on “ No Depression - The Carter Family - The Decca Sessions Volume One (1936) (CD)

  1. The Carter Family was a country music group that performed and recorded between and Their music had a profound impact on later bluegrass, country, pop and rock musicians, as well as on the U.S. folk revival of the s.
  2. A.P. was never short on songs and these two years of recording () produced an impressive body of work. MCA has recently reissued many of these recordings on a new CD produced by the Country Music Foundation called “The Carter Family: Country Music Hall of Fame Series” (MCAD), with programming and informative notes by Bob Pinson.
  3. No Depression In Heaven Lyrics: For fear the hearts of men are failing / For these are latter days we know / The Great Depression now is spreading / God's word declared it would be so / I'm going.
  4. The song “No Depression in Heaven” was originally recorded by the Carter Family in during the Great Depression. Depending on where you look, it’s either attributed to A.P. Carter or James David Vaughan. Regardless, the song has been recorded [ ].
  5. Last Sessions: Their Complete Victor Recordings (–) is a compilation of recordings made by American country music group the Carter Family, released in It is the final of nine compilations released by Rounder Records of the group's Victor recordings. The original Carter Family group consisting of Alvin Pleasant "A.P." Delaney Carter, his wife Sara Dougherty Carter, and his sister.
  6. Decca Sessions Vol. 1 CD music If anyone is interested in The Carter Family, I would start out with one of their "Best Of" collections. Decca Sessions Vol. 1 buy CD music This disc is a fine compliment. Decca Sessions Vol. 1 songs Standout tracks are "My Dixie Darling", "No Depression", and "Sweet Heaven In My View" among many others.
  7. The Decca Sessions, Vol. 1 represent the groups first two recording dates for Decca on June 3rd and 9th of Catfish has put together a nice package and fans will know the value of these recordings. To the uninitiated, The Decca Sessions, Vol. 1 offers an excellent chance to find out why the Carter Family have been long held in such high.
  8. With the Carter Family,, music publisher Ralph Peer realized he had hit pay dirt. By Carter Family records had sold more than , copies across the country, and more music was in the works.
  9. Old Homestead LP 12": OHCS — The Carter Family In Texas, Volume 7 () Bear Family CD: BCD — In The Shadow Of Clinch Mountain () JSP Records CD: JSPB — The Carter Family - New York City - () f. A THE WAYWORN TRAVELER - (A. P. Carter).

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