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  1. The Carter Family ‎– The Decca Sessions Volume One () Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Style: Year: Answer To Weeping Willow: Cat# Country Year; KATCD The Carter Family: The Decca Sessions Volume One.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Decca Sessions Volume One () on Discogs.
  3. This is a nice album. The Carters recorded sixty sides in three sessions for Decca between and This set covers the twenty numbers from the first of those sessions, produced in New York City on June 8 and 9, /5(1).
  4. The first of two collections covering the original Carter Family's '38 work, THE DECCA SESSIONS VOL. 1 gathers the entirety of a two-day session recorded in June of ' Although many country purists consider the trio's earliest work, recorded for RCA Victor between '27 and '34, to be the mother lode, these less-heralded later recordings are remarkable in their own Catfish UK.
  5. 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 esteem/
  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. Apr 10,  · Lyr Req: Answer to Weeping Willow (Carter Family) (7) Lyr Add: Buddies in the Saddle (Carter Family) (9) As recorded by the Carter Family, Decca , volume CD set released by Bear Family (BCD LK) in .
  8. The Carter Family Volume 1: and The Carter Family Volume 2: Two boxed sets, each with five CDs of original recordings remastered. Volume 1 of songs originally recorded for RCA Victor from and Volume 2 of songs recorded for RCA Victor plus ARC and Decca labels (Decca owned both) from
  9. The Carter Family's Commercially Released Recordings: Playing Position, Pitch and Arrangements Compiled by John Miller and Laurel Bliss These tables collect information on the Carter Family's commercial recordings, from their first sessions in Bristol, Tennessee on August 1 and 2, to their last session, in New York City on October 14,

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