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Ragtime Annie - Charlie Poole And The North Carolina Ramblers - Volume Two (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. This North Carolina old-time music legend and his merry crew of sidemen recorded a great deal of material in the '20s and early '30s, and the County label has reissued just about everything Poole did at one point or another. A listener might expect that, by the time the archivists get around to compiling a fourth volume, it might be something like trying to create a meal out of leftovers found.
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  3. Charlie Poole was one of the founding fathers of recorded country music. His distinctive voice and innovative banjo playing have made Poole legendary. His band, The North Carolina Ramblers featured equally accomplished musicians. Charlie was born in , in North Carolina. Around his family moved to Haw River in search of mill work.4/5(6).
  4. Track B3 is from Poole's last session, September 9, Early 's pressing with matte black checkered perimeter labels. The sides are designated with numbers instead of words as on Charlie Poole And The North Carolina Ramblers - Old Time Songs Recorded From - Volume /5(1).
  5. Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers, Vol. 2: Old Time Songs Recorded from County With the North Carolina Ramblers and the Highlanders: JSP Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers Find Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers discography, albums and singles on AllMusic.
  6. New North Carolina Ramblers - A Tribute to Charlie Poole - embeamalehnapim.ehpaustucvifegacouncentroudmibackfork.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl .
  7. Poole loved playing the banjo, and soon he was rambling around the country, busking with his banjo. During one of his trips, he met a fiddler named Posey Rorer, and the two began playing music together. Around , Poole and Rorer moved to Spray, North Carolina, in Rockingham County, where Charlie married Posey’s older sister.
  8. Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers were one of the most famous string bands in the s, recording nearly 70 sides for Columbia. Unlike the Skillet Lickers and other popular string bands of the day, the Ramblers didn't play the "rowdy hillbilly" card. Inspired in part by ragtime, they employed a finesse and complexity that would go on.
  9. Tracklist:Disc Charlie Poole - The Girl I Left in Sunny Tennessee Charlie Poole - I'm The Man That Rode The Mule Around The World Charlie Poole - Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister Charlie Poole - Don't Let Your Deal Go Down Blues Charlie Poole -.

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