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Fiddlin' John Carson Vol. 1 1923-1924 (1997)Edit

Fiddlin' John Carson - Fiddlin' John Carson Vol. 1 1923-1924

Fiddlin' John Carson Vol. 1 1923-1924

  1. The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane
  2. The Old Hen Cackled and the Rooster's Gonna Crow
  3. When You and I Were Young, Maggie
  4. You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone
  5. Be Kind to a Man When He's Down
  6. Billy in the Low Ground
  7. Casey Jones
  8. Old Sallie Goodman
  9. Fare You Well Old Joe Clark
  10. The Farmer Is the Man That Feeds Them All
  11. Papa's Billy Goat
  12. The Kickin' Mule
  13. Nancy Rowland
  14. Tom Watson Special
  15. Old and in the Way
  16. Dixie Boll Weevil
  17. When Abraham and Isaac Rushed the Can
  18. The Cat Came Back
  19. I Got Mine
  20. Dixie Cowboy
  21. John Henry Blues
  22. Arkansas Traveler
  23. Old Aunt Peggy, Won't You Set 'Em up Again?

Fiddlin' John Carson Vol. 6 1929-1930 (1997)Edit

Fiddlin' John Carson - Fiddlin' John Carson Vol. 6 1929-1930

Fiddlin' John Carson Vol. 6 1929-1930

  1. Who Bit the Wart off Grandma's Nose?
  2. Kate's Snuff Box
  3. Sunny Tennessee
  4. Whatcha Gonna Do When Your Licker Gives Out?
  5. The Last Old Dollar Is Gone
  6. Texas Blues
  7. Raggedy Riley
  8. The Raccoon and the Possum
  9. Hen and the Rooster
  10. Goin' Where the Climate Suits My Clothes
  11. The Dominicker Duck
  12. Silver Threads Among the Gold
  13. On the Banks of Old Tennessee
  14. You Gotta Let My Dog Alone
  15. John in the Army
  16. The Old Grey Horse Ain't What He Used to Be
  17. After the Ball
  18. My Home in Dixie-Land
  19. The Old Ship Is Sailing for the Promised Land
  20. At the Cross
  21. Take the Train to Charlotte
  22. Little More Sugar in the Coffee
  23. Didn't He Ramble

Songs on CompilationsEdit

Other SongsEdit

  1. Little Mary Phagan
  2. I'm Going To Take The Train To Charlotte

Additional information

Artist information:

b.1868, d.1949

  • Instruments: Fiddle, vocals

Real name:

Fiddlin' John Carson is a performance name for John William Carson.

Years active:

1910's - 1940's

Related artists:

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