The Best of Old-Time Country Music
The Freight Hoppers (#9902)
The Freight Hoppers, an Appalachian old-time string band, performs songs from the '20s-'40s, and songs popularized by The Carter Family, The Skillet Lickers, and Uncle Dave Macon. Songs in this first of two parts include: "Fall On My Knees," "Pole Cat Blues," "I'm Anchored in Love Divine," "Goin' Where the Chilly Winds Don't Blow," "We Shall All Be Reunited," "Cluck Ole Hen," " My Baby Loves Shortenin Bread," and "Run Boys Run." [26 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
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