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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Crockett Family Mountaineers

by Tony Russell, Praguefrank
SESSIONS
12 November 1928 Los Angeles, LA – Crockett Family Mountaineers (Albert Crockett [gt], Clarence Crockett [gt], Johnny Crockett [banjo], George Crockett [fiddle], John Crockett Sr. [fiddle], Alan Crockett [boones])
001 LAE-334 MEDLEY OF OLD TIME DANCE TUNES – PART I (intro. Chicken Reel, Buck Creek Girls, Wild Horse, Soldier’s Joy, Arkansas Traveller) –instr.- Brunswick 291 Supertone S2088/ BACM CD D 023
002 LAE-335 MEDLEY OF OLD TIME DANCE TUNES – PART II (intro. Sourwood Mountain, Sally In The Garden, Sally Gooden)–instr.- Brunswick 291 Supertone S2088/ BACM CD D 023
12 November 1928 Los Angeles, LA – Crockett Family Mountaineers (Albert Crockett [vcl-1/gt], Johnny Crockett [vcl-2/gt], George Crockett [fiddle-3])
003 LAE-336 HARD CIDER SONG -1-2 Brunswick 290
004 LAE-337 ROSALEE -2-3 Brunswick 290/ BACM CD D 023
9 August 1929 Furniture Mart Building, 666 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL – Johnny  Albert Crockett [1]/Dad Crockett [2]/Crockett‘s Kentucky Mountaineers [3] (Albert Crockett [vcl-6/gt], Johnny Crockett [vcl-5/gt], Clarence Crockett [vcl-4/harmonica-2/jew’s harp-3], George Crockett [fiddle], John Crockett Sr. [fiddle-1])
005 C-4015 FRESNO BLUES [1] Brunswick 372/ BACM CD D 023
006 C-4016 SUGAR HILL [2] -1 Brunswick 372 80093/ BACM CD D 023
007 C-4017 KITTY KI [3] -2-4-5-6 Brunswick 353
008 C-4018 BONAPARTES RETREAT [3] -1-3 Brunswick 353
25 November 1929 New York City – Crockett Family Mountaineers (Alan Crockett [vcl-10/bomes-9], Clarence Crockett [gt-8], Albert Crockett [vcl-7/gt-6], Johnny Crockett [vcl-5/gt-4/banjo-3], George Crockett [fiddle-2], John Crockett Sr. [fiddle-1]
009 E31485 IN THE SHADE OF THE OLD APPLE TREE -1-2-4-5-7-10 Brunswick 394/ BACM CD D 023
010 E31486-A-B ON THE ROAD TO TENNESSEE -4-5 rejected
011 E31487-A-B UNCLE BOOKER‘S HOEDOWN (BUFFALO GAL) -1-2-3-6-8-9 rejected
012 E31488 AFTER THE BALL -1-2-4?-6? Brunswick 394/ BACM CD D 023
January or February 1931 New York City – Johnny Crockett  Kentucky Mountaineers (Albert Crockett [vcl-14/calls-15/gt-13], Johnny Crockett [vcl-12/gt-11/banjo-10], Clarence Crockett [vcl-9/gt-8/harmonica-6/jew’s harp-7], Alan Crockett [fiddle-4/bones-5], George Crockett [fiddle-3], John Crockett Sr. [fiddle-1])
013 C1145-3 BILE DEM CABBAGE DOWN -1-3-4-5-6-9-11-12-14 Crown 3101 Homestead 23040 Varsity 5046 Montgomery Ward M3021/ BACM CD D 023
014 C1146-1 I WAS BORN ABOUT 10,000 YEARS AGO -1-3-4-8-11-12-13 Crown 3101 Homestead 23040 Varsity 5088 Montgomery Ward M3024/ BACM CD D 023
015 C1147-1 LIGHTNING EXPRESS -1-3-8-11-12-13-14 Crown 3074 Varsity 5078 Montgomery Ward M3024/ BACM CD D 023
016 C1148-2 CRIPPLE CREEK -2-3-5-7-8-11-12-13-14 Crown 3172 Varsity 5046 Montgomery Ward M3021/BACM CD D 023
017 C1149 THE BLIND MAN'S LAMENT -3-4-11-12 Crown 3143 Paramount 3278 Broadway 8310
018 C1152-2 GRANNY'S OLD ARM-CHAIR -1-3-8-9-11-12-13-14 Crown 3188 Paramount 3277 Varsity 5078 Montgomery Ward M3026/ BACM CD D 023
019 C1153-2 MY BLUE-EYED GIRL AND I -1-3-4-8-11-12-14 Crown 3074 Paramount 3277 Varsity 5058 Montgomery Ward M3023/ BACM CD D 023
020 C1154 SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE-3-4-8-11-12-13 Crown 3121 Homestead 22991
021 C1155-1 SUGAR IN MY COFFEE -1-5-8-10-13-15 Crown 3075 Homestead 23039 Varsity 5058 Montgomery Ward M3023
022 C1156-3 THE CONVICT'S LAMENT -3-4-8-11-12 Crown 3143 Paramount 3278 Broadway 8310/ BACM CD D 023
023 C1157-2 BUFFALO GAL‘S MEDLEY -1-3-5-8-10-13 Crown 3075 Homestead 23039 Varsity 5088 / BACM CD D 023Montgomery Ward M3026
024 C1158 I KNOWED I'D SETTLE DOWN -3-8-9-11-12-14 Crown 3121 Homestead 22991 Paramount 3302
1150,51 not by CKM
May 1931 New York City – Johnny Crockett & Kentucky Mountaineers (Elnora Crockett [vcl-13], Albert Crockett [vcl-12/gt-11], Johnny Crockett [[vcl-10/gt-9/banjo-8], Clarence Crockett [gt-7/harmonica-5/jew’s harp-6], Alan Crockett [fiddle-3/jew’s harp-4], George Crockett [fiddle-2], John Crockett Sr. [fiddle-1])
025 C1343-2 SKIP TO MY LOU -1-3-6-7-8-12-13 Crown 3188 Varsity 5082 Montgomery Ward 3025 Continental C-3012/ BACM CD D 023
000 C1344 untraced
026 C1345-1 SHOO FLY -1-3-5-9-10-12 Crown 3159 Homestead 23041 Varsity 5049 Montgomery Ward M3022
027 C1346-2 ROVIN' GAMBLER [GAMBLING MAN] -1-9-10 Crown 3159 Paramount 3302 Homestead 23041 Varsity 5082 Continental C-3012 Montgomery Ward M3025/ BACM CD D 023
000 C1347 untraced
028 C1348-2 LITTLE RABBITT/RABBIT WHERE’S YOUR MAMMY -2-4-9-11 Crown 3172 Varsity 5049 Montgomery Ward M3022/ BACM CD D 023

ALBUMS
BACM [UK] CD D 023 Crockett’s Kentucky Mountaineers - Classic Old Time String Band Music: Cripple Creek; After The Ball; Bile Them Cabbage Down; Convict’s Lament; Little Rabbit (intro. Rabbit Where’s Your Mammy); Fresno Blues; Gambling Man; Granny’s Old Arm Chair; Medley Of Old Time Dance Tunes Pt. 1 (intro. Chicken Reel, Buck Creek Girls, Wild Horse, Soldier’s Joy, Arkansas Traveller); Hard Cider Songs; Medley Of Old Time Dance Tunes Pt. 2 (intro. Sourwood Mountain, Sally In The Garden, Sally Gooden); I Was Born 10,000 Years Ago; In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree; Rosalee; My Blue Eyed Girl And I; Sugar Hill; Skip To My Lou; The Lightning Express; Buffalo Gals Medley (intro. Seneca Square Dance aka Waiting For The Federals) – ca 04


SINGLES
Brunswick (1928-29)
290 Hard Cider Song / Rosalee -28
291 Medley Of Old Time Dance Tunes – Part I / Medley Of Old Time Dance Tunes – Part Ii – 28 (also on Supertone S2088)
353 Kitty Ki / Bonapartes Retreat - 29
372 Fresno Blues / Sugar Hill - 29
394 In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree / After The Ball - 30
Crown (1931)
3074 Lightning Express / My Blue-Eyed Girl And I – 31
3075 Sugar In My Coffee / Buffalo Gal‘s Medley – 31 (also on Homestead 23039)
3101 Bile Dem Cabbage Down / I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago – 31 (also on Homestead 23040)
3121 Sweet Betsy From Pike / I Knowed I'd Settle Down -31 (also on Homestead 22991)
3143 The Blind Man's Lament / The Convict's Lament -31 (also on Paramount 3278 Broadway 8310)
3159 Shoo Fly / Rovin' Gambler – 31 (also on Homestead 23041)
3172 Cripple Creek / Little Rabbitt/Rabbit Where’s Your Mammy - 31
3188 Granny's Old Arm-Chair / Skip To My Lou – 31
Montgomery Ward
M3021 Bile Dem Cabbage Down / Cripple Creek
M3022 Skip To My Lou / Shoo Fly
M3023 My Blue-Eyed Girl And I / Sugar In My Coffee
M3024 I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago / Lightning Express
M3025 Rovin' Gambler / Little Rabbitt/Rabbit Where’s Your Mammy
M3026 Granny's Old Arm-Chair / Buffalo Gal‘s Medley
Varsity
5046 Bile Dem Cabbage Down / Cripple Creek
5049 Shoo Fly / Little Rabbitt/Rabbit Where’s Your Mammy
5058 My Blue-Eyed Girl And I / Sugar In My Coffee
5078 Lightning Express / Granny's Old Arm-Chair
5082 Skip To My Lou / Rovin' Gambler
5088 I Was Born About 10,000 Years Ago / Buffalo Gal‘s Medley
Paramount
3278 The Blind Man's Lament / The Convict's Lament
3277 Granny's Old Arm-Chair / My Blue-Eyed Girl And I
3302 I Knowed I'd Settle Down / Rovin' Gambler

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for this information. I'm related to them and really didn't know all the songs till now.

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    1. I am related to them too. Michael Patton, Grandson of Albert Crockett. mgpsea@cox.net

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