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Kentucky Mountain Music: Classic Recordings of the 1920s and 1930s.

Edited by Richard Nevins and Charles Wolfe. [S.1.]: Yazoo, 2200, 2003. Set of 7 CD's.  (Includes recordings from the collection.)

Reviews:
Blech, Kerry. Old-Time Herald 9, No. 2 (Winter 2003-2004).
Pareles, Jon. New York Times. November 30, 2003.
Pekar, Harvey. Austin Chronicle. April 4, 2003.

as played on the banjo and sung by George “Shortbuckle” Roark.

as played on the fiddle and sung by James Howard (Blind Jim Howard)

as played on the banjo and sung by Walter Williams

as played on the banjo and sung by Pete Steele

as played on the banjo and sung by Pete Steele

as played on the banjo by Justus Begley

as played on the banjo and sung by Walter Williams

as played on the banjo and sung by Theophilus G.

as played on the banjo and sung by Pete Steele

as played on the banjo and sung by Justus Begley

as played on the banjo and sung by Justus Begley

as played on the guitar and sung by Dawson Henson

as played on the banjo and sung by Walter Williams

as played on the banjo and sung by Pete Steele

as played on the banjo and sung by Justus Begley

as sung by Clay Walters

  played on the guitar and sung by Maynard Britton

as played by William Hamilton (W.H.) Stepp on fiddle and Walter Williams on banjo

as played on the fiddle by Boyd Asher

as played on the banjo and sung by Justus Begley

as played on the banjo by Pete Steele and sung by Lillie Steele

as played on guitar and sung by Dawson Henson

as played on the banjo and sung by Walter Williams

as played on the fiddle by Luther Strong

as sung by J.M. Mullins

as sung by J.M. Mullins

as played on guitar and sung by Dawson Henson

as played on the fiddle and sung by Theophilus G. Hoskins

as played on the banjo and sung by Walter Williams

as played on the banjo by Pete Steele

as played on the banjo and sung by George “Shortbuckle” Roark