Monday, November 17, 2008

20 original recordings from the '30's and '40's by the Callahan Brothers. This is great rowdy depression era hillbilly music featuring the Callahan's harmony yodeling. Songs range from sentimental to bawdy, and their version of "She Came Rollin' Down The Mountain" is worth the price of admission.

Click here for a biography of the Callahan Brothers


1. Gonna Quit My Rowdy Ways
2. St. Louis Blues
3. Corn Licker Rag
4. She's Killing Me
5. On The Banks Of The Ohio
6. Little Poplar Log House On The Hill
7. Take The News To Mother
8. Rounder's Luck  (Rising Sun Blues)
9. Maple On The Hill
10. Way Out There
11. The Dying Girl's Farewell
12. I Want To Be Where You Are
13. She's My Curly Headed Baby No. 3
14. She Came Rollin' Down The Mountain
15. I Got Her Boozy
16. John Henry
17. Brown's Ferry Blues #2
18. A Jealous Woman Won't Do
19. Just One Year
20. Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye

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joe-in-the-box said...

Thanks!! This is one of the best albums I've ever listened to!! If you have any more stuff by these guys, please post 'em. Thanks Again!!

Lonesome Lefty said...

I'm afraid this is about all I've got! I'll try to post some more stuff like this. If you like these guys you may want to check out the Dixon Brothers, the Allen Brothers, the Delmores, etc. Also you might like the post I put up of the Carlisle Brothers. Thanks for the good words!