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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers

by Henk Scholts

28 September 1928 Nashville, TN – Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers (Jack Jackson [vcl/gt], Tom Andrews [gt], Amos Binkley [banjo], Gale Binkley [fiddle])
001 BVE-47098-1,-2 WATERMELON HANGING ON THE VINE unissued
002 BVE-47099-1,-2 LITTLE OLD LOG CABIN IN THE LANE unissued
003 BVE-47100-1,-2 GIVE ME BACK MY FIFTEEN CENTS unissued
004 BVE-47101-1,-2 ALL GO HUNGRY HASH HOUSE unissued
2 October 1928 Nashville, TN – Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers (Jack Jackson [vcl/gt], Tom Andrews [gt], Amos Binkley [banjo], Gale Binkley [fiddle])
006 BVE-47099-4 LITTLE OLD LOG CABIN IN THE LANE Victor V-40129 Yorkville K 525/DOCD-8037
007 BVE-47100-4 GIVE ME BACK MY FIFTEEN CENTS  V-40048/DOCD-8037 CO-CD-3521
008 BVE-47101-4 ALL GO HUNGRY HASH HOUSE  21758/DOCD-8037
2 October 1928 Nashville, TN – Binkley Brothers Dixie Clodhoppers (Jack Jackson [vcl/gt], Tom Andrews [gt], Amos Binkley [banjo], Gale Binkley [fiddle])
009 BVE-47106-2 WHEN I HAD BUT FIFTY CENTS  V-40129/DOCD-8037
010 BVE-47107-1 IT’LL NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN VI 21758/DOCD-8037 [take-2] RCA CPL2-9507
011 BVE-47108-1,-2 ROCK ALL OUR BABIES TO SLEEP unissued
012 BVE-47109-1 I’LL RISE, WHEN THE ROOSTER CROWS  V-40048/DOCD-8037 CO-CD-3521

Document [SUI]  DOCD-8037 Nashville, 1928 Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Of Paul Warmack and His Gully Jumpers, Binkley Brothers, Dixie Clodhoppers, Theron Hale and Daughters, Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band, Crook Brothers String Band And Blind Joe Mangrum and Fred Shriver: [Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers]: Tennessee Waltz; The Little Red Caboose Behind The Train; [Binkley Brothers, Dixie Clodhoppers:] Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane; Give Me Back My Fifteen Cents; All Go Hungry Hash House; When I Had But Fifty Cents; It`Ll Never Happen Again; I‘ll Rise When The Rooster Crows; [Theron Hale & Daughters:] Listen To The Mocking Bird; Turkey Gobbler; Beautiful Valley; Jolly Blacksmith; Hale‘s Rag; [Paul Warmack & His Gully Jumpers:] Robertson County; Stone Rag; [Poplin-Woods Tennessee String Band:] Dreamy Autumn Waltz; Are You From Dixie?; [Crook Brothers String Band:] My Wife Died On Friday Night; Going Across The Sea; Jobbin Gettin` There; Love Somebody; [Blind Joe Mangum & Fred Shriver Bacon And Cabbage:] Bill Cheatam - 98

Victor (1928)
21758 All Go Hungry Hash House / It’ll Never Happen Again – ca 02-12-28
V-40048 Give Me Back My Fifteen Cents / I’ll Rise, When The Rooster Crows – 04-29
V-40129 Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane / When I Had But Fifty Cents – ca 08-29 As By Binkley Bros. Dixie Clodhoppers
Yorkville K 525 Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane (As By Dixie Clodhoppers) / [Rev By George O’Brien] - ?

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