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Bill Harrell And The Virginians - I Can Hear Virginia Calling Me mp3 track

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Performer: Bill Harrell And The Virginians
Title: I Can Hear Virginia Calling Me
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Neaves, Glen; and the Virginia Mountain Boys Appearance as principal performer. Barbara/Barbry Allen, Country Bluegrass from Southwest Virginia, Folkways FA 3830, LP (1974), trk Careless Love, Country Bluegrass from Southwest Virginia, Folkways FA 3830, LP (1974), trk Cripple Creek - I, Country Bluegrass from Southwest Virginia, Folkways FA 3830, LP (1974), trk Don't Go Out Tonight My Darling, Country Bluegrass from Southwest Virginia, Folkways FA 3830, LP (1974), trk. Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard, Rounder 0054 (1998/1976). Harrell, Bill; and the Virginians, I Can Hear Virginia Calling Me, Rebel Reb 1592 (1980). Nelson, Charlie Appearance as principal performer. I Like Humpback Salmon, Washington Songs and Lore, Melior, Sof (1988), p 49.

The Virginians, Bill Harrell. Bluegrass Gospel, Pure & Simple. 1980, LP. Originally released on Leather Records. Featured Listing View details. The Virginians, Bill Harrell.

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Soon after Harrell joined the group, his Virginians bandmate Buck Ryan signed on as well, and in 1966 Reno and Harrell released the LP The Most Requested Songs. Around the time of 1969's I'm Using My Bible for a Roadmap, Reno's former partner Red Smiley returned from retirement, and began performing with the group on stage and in the studio. The band released the record Bluegrass and Ballads in 1978, followed by the back-to-back Bluegrass Gospel, Pure and Simple and Can Hear Virginia Calling Me in 1980. Despite a revolving-door lineup, Harrell continued to steer the Virginians well into the 1990s, issuing records like 1983's Walking in the Early Morning Dew, 1986's Blue Virginia Blue, and 1990's After Sunrise.

In 1960, he formed the Virginians with Irvin on banjo, Buck Ryan on fiddle, and Stoney Edwards on bass. The group released the album The Wonderful World of Bluegrass Music in 1963 and followed it two years later with Ballads and Bluegrass. In addition to hosting a weekly television program from Harrisonburg, VA, the group played dates up and down the East Coast and guested frequently on Jimmy Dean's network series. The band released the record Bluegrass and Ballads in 1978, followed by the back-to-back Bluegrass Gospel, Pure and Simple and I Can Hear Virginia Calling Me in 1980.

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