Uncle "Am" Stuart - Sourwood Mountain / Waggoner download mp3 album
Artist: Uncle Am Stuart. Album: Say Uncle: Among the Oldest and Earliest Fiddlers in Old Timey Music, 2010. Uncle Am Stuart-Sourwood Mountain. Now playing: Ava Max Sweet but Psycho. Джем FM. R3HAB Don't Call Me Up.
Album · 2010 · 16 Songs.
The album was produced by Marty Stuart for the Anti- label. He toured during the summer of 2007 to promote the album, including a late-July appearance on Late Show with David Letterman. One of these was to open for the rock group The White Stripes at a sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Two of a Kind (with Dolly Parton) (1971). Simple as I Am (1971). Porter Wagoner Sings His Own (1971). The Right Combination, Burning the Midnight Oil (with Dolly Parton) (1972).
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Ambrose Gaines "Uncle Am" Stuart (1853–1926) was an American Old-time fiddle player . In 1925, Stuart attended the Fiddlers' Convention in Mountain City, Tennessee, where he competed in a now-legendary fiddle contest against rival fiddlers such as Charlie Bowman, G. B. Grayson, Dudley Vance, and Fiddlin' John Carson. After winning various fiddle contests across the Southern Appalachian region in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Stuart made several recordings in June 1924 that would later prove influential in the development of early Country music. Stuart was born near Morristown, Tennessee in 1853
Adam Remnant’s voice is one of the great instruments in folk rock. The former Southeast Engine leader sings with such a weary, weathered richness that a career in Americana was practically preordained. Two decades in, he’s built himself up a catalog with real character.
Sourwood Mountain is a traditional old-time American dance tune. Exact geographic origin is unknown, however, it usually appears in collections of southern mountain songs. Variations of this tune were collected by folklorists dating to the early 1900s spanning across North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and Missouri.
- Record Company – The Aeolian Company
- Banjo [Uncredited] – Gene Austin (tracks: A)
- Fiddle – Uncle "Am" Stuart*
NotesRepress (on black shellac) of the red shellac edition.
Both sides recorded 7 July 1924 in New York, NY.
Side A matrix no. 13314.
Side B matrix no. 13308.
This coupling also released on Vocalion 5036 and Brunswick (Canada) 1001.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 14840A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 14840B
|14840||Uncle "Am" Stuart*||Sourwood Mountain / Waggoner (Shellac, 10", Red)||Vocalion||14840||US||1924|
|5036||Uncle "Am" Stuart*||Sourwood Mountain / Waggoner (Shellac, 10", RE)||Vocalion||5036||US||1927|
|1001||Uncle "Am" Stuart*||Sourwood Mountain / Waggoner (Shellac, 10", RE)||Brunswick||1001||Canada||Unknown|