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Cliff Carlisle And Wilbur Ball - Box Car Yodel / Just A Lonely Hobo mp3 flac download
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Cliff Carlisle And Wilbur Ball - Box Car Yodel / Just A Lonely Hobo mp3 flac download

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Carlisle, Carlisle, Carlysle, Cliff, Cliff Carlisle And His Buckle Busters, Cliff Carlyles, Cliff Carlysle, Clifford Carlisle, Lullaby Larkers (Cliff Carlisle). The Carlisle Family Featuring Cliff And Bill Carlisle - Carlisle Family Album (Old Time Great Hymns) ‎(LP, Album). Old Homestead Records. Cliff Carlisle And Wilbur Ball - Box Car Yodel, Just A Lonely Hobo ‎(Shellac, 10").

A Box Car Yodel B Just A Lonely Hobo. Vocals, Yodeling, Guitar – Wilbur Ball Vocals, Yodeling, Steel Guitar – Cliff Carlisle.

Cliff Carlisle (Taylorsville, Kentucky, 6 mai 1904 - Lexington, Kentucky 2 avril 1983) est un chanteur de blues, d'old-time et de country américain adepte du yodel et pionnier dans l'utilisation de la technique de steel guitar hawaïenne en musique country.

Cliff's brother Bill became his guitarist after Ball left in 1934. During the 1930s Carlisle, who recorded a large amount of material despite a hiatus from 1934 to 1936, frequently released songs of a frankly sexual nature, including songs with barnyard metaphors (which became something of a trademark). I’m Lonely and Blue, I’m On My Way To Lonesome Valley Champion Records 1930 Just A Lonely Hobo, Virginia Blues 1930 Crazy Blues, Hobo Blues B-side with Bill Carlisle 1930 No Daddy Blues, Brakeman’s Blues Brakeman’s Blues by Jimmie Rodgers 1931 Box Car Blues, The Brakeman’s Reply under the pseudonym J. Boone 1931 High Steppin’ Mama, Alone.

In 1931, they recorded with Jimmie Rodgers. Toward the end of 1931, Carlisle signed with ARC and was offered performance slots on several radio stations, including WBT-AM in Charlotte, North Carolina, WLS-AM in Chicago and WLW-AM in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cliff's brother Bill Carlisle became his guitarist after Ball left in 1934. Just A Lonely Hobo, Virginia Blues. Crazy Blues, Hobo Blues. B-side with Bill Carlisle. 1965: Carlisle Family Album - Old Time Great Hymns (The Carlisle Family). 1965: Cliff Carlisle Vol. 1+2.

Cliff Carlisle (May 6, 1903 – April 5, 1983) was an American country and blues singer. Carlisle was a yodeler and was a pioneer in the use of the Hawaiian steel guitar in country music. 2. 33. My Lonely Boyhood Days.

Hobo Blues Cliff Carlisle with Lyrics. Top Songs By Cliff Carlisle. 1. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad. Cliff Carlisle. You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone (Just Because).

Wilbur D. Bascomb Jr. is an American bass guitarist. He is the son of jazz trumpeter Wilbur "Dud" Bascomb, who played with Erskine Hawkins and Duke Ellington. In the 1970s, Bascomb worked with James Brown, then recorded on the album Wired (1976) by Jeff Beck. During the next year, he released the solo album Wilbur Bascomb and Future Dreams. He has worked with Roy Ayres, George Benson, Hank Crawford, Bo Diddley, . King, Bernard Purdie, Mick Taylor, and Players Association.

Tracklist

A Box Car Yodel
B Just A Lonely Hobo

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Decca
  • Manufactured For – Warner-Brunswick Ltd.

Credits

  • Vocals [Uncredited], Yodeling [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – Wilbur Ball
  • Vocals, Yodeling [Uncredited], Steel Guitar [Uncredited] – Cliff Carlisle

Notes

Side A recorded 26 October 1931 in New York, NY.
Side B recorded 27 October 1931 in New York, NY.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 10906-1 1 S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 10938-2 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 10906
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 10938