Charlie Moore And The Dixie Partners - Tennessee Mountain Fiddle album flac
- Album: Tennessee Mountain Fiddle
- FLAC: 1105 mb | MP3: 1322 mb
- Released: 1981
- Style: Bluegrass
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 617
- Format: DMF VOC XM APE DTS MPC MMF
|A1||Tennessee Mountain Fiddle||2:46|
|A4||The Indian Killed A Woodcock||1:47|
|A6||Softly And Tenderly||2:52|
|B1||I've Been Framed||2:50|
|B4||John's Fiddle Blues||2:22|
- Banjo – Ben Greene
- Bass – Charles Partin, Virgil Shouse
- Engineer – John Morris*
- Fiddle – Johnny Dacus
- Guitar – Bill Napier , Billy Constable (tracks: A1 to A4), Charlie Moore, Johnny Dacus (tracks: B2)
- Mandolin – Nolan Faulkner
- Rhythm Guitar – Tony Stubbs
NotesRecorded at Old Home Studios
Musicians: ・Charlie Moore (Guitar, Bass, Vocals) ・Billy Constable (Guitar, Vocals B3) ・Ben Green (Banjo) ・Terry Baucom (Fiddle, A1, A3, A5,B1, B2,B5, B6) .
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Charlie Moore And The Dixie Partners. Tennessee Mountain Fiddle (LP, Album). Old Homestead Records.
If You're From Dixie. Written-By – George L. Cobb, Jack Yellin. Bass, Tenor Vocals – John Davis (12). Fiddle – Lester Woodie. Guitar, Lead Vocals – Charlie Moore. Mandolin, Baritone Vocals – Curley Lambert.
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The Dixie Partners - The Legend Of The Rebel Soldier.
Charles B. Moore Jnr. – Charlie Moore - was born on February 13, 1935 in Piedmont, South Carolina an. .I was a little girl when I would accompany my dad and mom to see Charlie and the Dixie Partners play at the Seagull Inn. I can clearly remember those times and the wonderful vibrant music. I have to say Charlie's bluegrass has shaped my taste in music throughout my life. A great album from 1972, feuturing the often copied Charlie Moore orginal I'm Leaving Detroit". com/watch?v hHR9O-4UrlY&t 1206s. Sings Good Bluegrass - Charlie Moore.
My Tennessee Mountain Home is the eleventh solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on April 2, 1973, by RCA Victor. The house pictured on the album cover was the house in which the Parton family lived during the late 1940s and early 1950s. Largely a concept album about her childhood in rural East Tennessee, the album began with a recitation of the first letter Parton wrote to her parents, shortly after moving from her hometown of Sevierville, Tennessee to Nashville in 1964
Charlie Moore And The Dixie Partners.