|Title:||Country Songs, Old And New|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||MOD XM WMA APE DMF MP2 MIDI|
Arranged By – Charlie Waller (tracks: 15), John Duffey (tracks: 1 to 5, 8, 12, 13, 16). Banjo, Vocals – Eddie Adcock. Bass, Vocals – Jim Cox (2). Guitar, Vocals – Charley Waller. Mandolin, Vocals – John Duffey. Black outer cover with a 1/2 wrap around PINK cover.
COUNTRY SONGS, OLD AND NEW Charlie Waller, John Duffey, Eddie Adcock & The Country Gentlemen, Smithsonian Folkways 40004, 1990. Was "(Charlie Waller, John Duffey & the Country Gentlemen). COUNTRY SONGS, OLD AND NEW : VOL. 1" Folkways FA-2409, 1960 & 1963; also London 99. NASHVILLE JAIL The Classic Country Gentlemen, Copper Creek CC-0111, 1990. Recorded for, but unreleased by, Mercury 1964. FIRST TEAR Akira Otsuka, with Eddie Adcock and Various Artists, Patuxent 231, 2012. TWENTY SONGS OF THE SOUTH Eddie & Martha Adcock and Various Artists, Pinecastle PRC 4013, 2011. LET THE LIGHT SHINE DOWN - A GOSPEL TRIBUTE TO BILL MONROE The Country Gentlemen and Various Artists, Rebel 7529, 2011. LET THE LIGHT SHINE DOWN The Country Gentlemen, Rebel 1675, 1991.
Country Songs, Old and New is the debut album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen, recorded in 1960 and reissued in 1991. Side 1. "Roving Gambler" – 3:07. The Little Sparrow" – 3:31. Drifting Too Far" – 3:27. Weeping Willow" – 2:01. Tomorrow's My Wedding Day" – 2:09. The Story of Charlie Lawson" – 3:03. Turkey Knob" (Eddie Adcock) – 2:18. Paul and Silas" – 2:26. Side 2. "Ellen Smith" (Peter De Graff) – 2:13. The Long Black Veil" (Danny Dill, Marijohn Wilkin) – 3:35.
Country Songs, Old and New 1960. Country Songs, Old and New 1960. Drifting Too Far. Formed in Washington, . on July 4, 1957, the original lineup of the Country Gentlemen featured guitarist/vocalist Charlie Waller - who has led the band through all of its numerous incarnations - John Duffey, banjoist Bill Emerson, and bassist Tom Morgan. Waller had spent time with a number of country string bands in the early '50s, most notably Buzz Busby's band, the Bayou Boys, which also featured Emerson
The Country Gentlemen is a compilation album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen, recorded and released in 1973. list of all former members. Country Songs, Old and New (1960). Folk Songs & Bluegrass (1961). Bluegrass at Carnegie Hall (1962). Folk Session Inside (1963). Bringing Mary Home (1966). Play It Like It Is (1969).
25 Years (Country Gentlemen album). 25 Years is a compilation album by the progressive bluegrass band Country Gentlemen, released in 1980 by Rebel Records. The 24 tracks capture the first 25 years of the long history of the band with all various incarnations of the Country Gentlemen. Charlie Waller – guitar, vocals. Doyle Lawson – mandolin, vocals. James Bailey – banjo, vocals. Bill Yates – bass, vocals. Spider Gillam – bass. Ed Ferris – bass, vocals.
Country Songs, Old and New (1960). The Country Gentlemen were a bluegrass band that originated during the 1950s in the area of Washington, . United States, and recorded and toured with various members until the death in 2004 of Charlie Waller, one of the group's founders who in its later years served as the group's leader. Th. ountry Gentlemen at Carlton Haney's festival, Camp Springs, NC in 1971. L-R Bill Emerson, Doyle Lawson, Bill Yates, Charlie Waller. Country Gentlemen reunion at Woodstock '92. L-R: Eddie Adcock, John Duffey, Charlie Waller, Tom Gray.