|Performer:||The Hill Billies|
|Title:||East Tennessee Blues / Governor Alf Taylor's Fox Chase|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||AU WAV VOC ASF AHX MP2 MP1|
|A||East Tennessee Blues|
|B||Governor Alf Taylor's Fox Chase|
Governor Alf Taylor's Fox Chase. Companies, etc. Record Company – The ender Company. Fiddle – Charlie Bowman. Guitar – Henry Roe (tracks: A), Joe Hopkins (2) (tracks: A). Piano – Al Hopkins (tracks: A). Ukulele – John Hopkins (13) (tracks: A). Vocals – Al Hopkins.
Governor Alf Taylor's Fox Chase. Guitar – Joe Hopkins (2) (tracks: A). Vocals – Al Hopkins (tracks: B). Notes.
East Tennessee Blues/Governor Alf Taylor's Fox Chase. Record label/Catalogue nr. Vocalion 5016 (78 RPM). ennessee-blues Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C +slide+g2ge g2 gegagd ecdBc2. cA c2cAcd2(c A2)G2 g2ge g2 gegagd edcA dBdB dg3dBdB dg2e +slide+g2ge g2 gegagd edcAc2 cA c2c2-cedc ABcA GEGA cAcdee+slide+ge agecd2 d2-ddedc6 e2-g2.
Governor Alf Taylor's Fox Chase feat. Al Hopkins & His Bucklebusters. Bristol Tennessee Blues feat. Mountaineer's Love Song feat.
East tennessee blues. Bristol tennessee blues. Al hopkins & buckle busters. Governor alf taylor's fox chase. At the end of the lane.
The Notting Hillbillies. Following the incredible success of the Dire Straits’ Brothers In Arms album and tour, Mark Knopfler was looking for a change of pace. Mark formed the country outfit The Notting Hillbillies with old friends Steve Phillips, Brendan Croker and Guy Fletcher. Rounding out the line-up were Ed Bicknell on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass and Paul Franklin on steel guitar. The Notting Hillbillies decided on that moniker, since they recorded their songs at a studio in the London neighbourhood of Notting Hill. Despite the fact that the players had returned to their own projects by the time the album was released, Missin. as still a big success. In March 1990, it made it to the position on the UK album charts, while stateside, it charted at on The Billboard 200. The single ‘Your Own Sweet Way’, which was composed by Mark, peaked at on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.