There are many versions of the song's words. The following are the lyrics sung by Bill Monroe. They are nearly the same as in the 1933's version of Cliff Carlisle with string bass and harmonica. 1. I'm going down this road feeling bad.
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Vocals, Yodeling, Steel Guitar – Cliff Carlisle. Both sides recorded 25 February 1930 in Richmond, IN. Side A matrix 16319. Side B matrix 16320-A.
Música disco 2,649,565. The Carlisle Family Featuring Cliff And Bill Carlisle - Carlisle Family Album (Old Time Great Hymns) (LP, Album). Old Homestead Records. Down In The Jail House On My Knees, Memphis Yodel (Shellac, 10").
Cliff Carlisle (May 6, 1903 – April 5, 1983) was an American country and blues musician, singer and songwriter. Carlisle was a yodeler and was a pioneer in the use of the Hawaiian steel guitar in country music. He was a brother of country music star Bill Carlisle. Carlisle was born in Taylorsville, Kentucky and began performing locally with cousin Lillian Truax at age 16. Truax's marriage put an end to the group, and Carlisle began playing with Wilber Ball, a guitarist and tenor harmonizer
Carlisle Brothers (Cliff And Bill) - Goin' Down The Valley One By One, Beneath The Old Pine Tree. Allen Brothers - New Chattanooga Blues. Bill Carlisle's Kentucky Boys - Wabash Cannon Ball, Sparkling Blue Eyes. Bill Cox And Cliff Hobbs - My Wife And Sweetheart, Banjo Joe. Bill Cox And Cliff Hobbs - Fiddling Soldier, Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down . Guitar – Wilbur Ball. Vocals, Yodeling, Steel Guitar – Cliff Carlisle.
LyricsGoin' Down The Road Feelin. liff Carlisle. Written by: Cliff Carlisle. Last update on: April 12, 2018. Goin' where the climate suits my clothes. I don't want to be treated this away. More lyrics from the album. A Country Legacy 1930-1939: CD C. Jan 1st 2002.
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Background information. He continued to perform on WMPS-AM in Memphis, Tennessee for several years in the 1940s, but by the 1950s had retired from music. In the 1960s, The Rooftop Singers covered his tune "Tom Cat Blues;" in its wake, Carlisle and Ball did a few reunion shows together and recorded for Rem Records. On April 2, 1983, Carlisle died at the age of 79 in Lexington, Kentucky. My Carolina Sunshine Girl, Down In Jail On My Knees. Desert Blues, Blue Yodel N. 1930 (?) I’m Lonely and Blue, I’m On My Way To Lonesome Valley. 1965: Carlisle Family Album - Old Time Great Hymns (The Carlisle Family). 1965: Cliff Carlisle Vol. 1+2. References.
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- Guitar [Uncredited] – Wilbur Ball
- Vocals, Yodeling, Steel Guitar [Uncredited] – Cliff Carlisle
NotesBoth sides recorded 25 February 1930 in Richmond, IN.
Side A matrix 16319.
Side B matrix 16320-A.
Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Performer: Cliff Carlisle
Title: Down In The Jail House On My Knees / Memphis Yodel
Date of release: 1930
Genre: Folk, Country
Size MP3: 1476 mb
Size FLAC: 1863 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
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