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Classic Sides 1937-1941.
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Mainer and his Crazy Mountaineers J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers Daddy John Love Leonard Stokes/George Morris. J. Mainer (July 20, 1898 – June 12, 1971) was an American old time fiddler who followed in the wake of Gid Tanner and his Skillet Lickers. 2 Original discography. Mainer's Mountaineers. Soon, Mainer began performing at local country barn dances. He found work at a textile mill in Knoxville, Tennessee but moved to Concord, North Carolina in 1922 for another work in a mill. Mainer's fame as a fiddler rose and sponsored by the Crazy Water Crystals in 1933, he and his newly formed band consisting of J. on fiddle, Wade Mainer on banjo, and Zeke Morris on guitar, made their radio debut on WBT in Charlotte, North Carolina calling themselves ". Mainer and his Crazy Mountaineers.
For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit. The song’s overtly religious themes, however, did not stop it from being reinterpreted into a protest song in the Civil Rights era under the title We Shall Not Be Moved. To this end, many verses were added to better fit with the message
Mainer´s Mountaineers - I Don´t Feel At Home In This World Anymore. Mainer - In The Land Beyond The Blue 1936. Leonard Stokes/George Morris. Joseph Emmett Mainer grew up on a farm in the mountains near Weaverville, North Carolina and learned to play the banjo and fiddle from an early age. Since Wade, his brother, also was interested in learning to play the banjo, he left that to Wade and concentrated on the fiddle. Oh Why Did I Ever Get Married".
I Shall Not Be Moved is author and poet Maya Angelou's fifth collection of poetry, published by Random House in 1990. Angelou had written four autobiographies and published four other volumes of poetry up to that point. Angelou considered herself a poet and a playwright and her poetry has also been successful, but she is best known for her seven autobiographies, especially her first, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
|A||–J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers*||Great Reaping Day|
|B||–Dixie Reelers||I Shall Not Be Moved|
- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
- Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – George Morris (tracks: A), Harold Todd (tracks: B)
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Ollie Bunn (tracks: B)
- Vocals [Uncredited], Guitar [Uncredited] – Daddy John Love (tracks: B)
- Vocals [Uncredited], Mandolin [Uncredited] – Leonard Stokes (tracks: A)
NotesSide A recorded 23 January 1938 in Charlotte, NC.
Side B recorded 20 June 1936 in Charlotte, NC.
Side A matrix no. 018609-1.
Side B matrix no. 102723-1.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): C B-7958A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): B B-7958B
Performer: J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers
Title: Great Reaping Day / I Shall Not Be Moved
Style: Country, Gospel
Genre: Folk, Country
Size MP3: 1897 mb
Size FLAC: 1184 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
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