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Monday, May 21, 2012

Joe Greene

By Praguefrank
November 1967 High Point, NC – Kenny Baker and Joe Greene
001 BOATING UP County 714
002 REUBEN'S BRIDGE County 714
003 GOLDENROD WALTZ County 714
004 BIRDIE County 714
005 CALLAHAN County 714
006 LIVE AND LET LIVE County 714
008 STONEY CREEK County 714
009 DONE GONE County 714
010 HIGH POINT County 714
June or July 1969 Nashville, TN – Joe Greene (Joe Greene [fiddle], Chubby Wise [gt], J.D. Crowe [banjo], Roland White [mandolin], Benny Williams [bass]. Producer: David Freeman)
012 DALEY'S REEL County 722
013 CATTLE IN THE CORN County 722
014 KATY HILL County 722
015 BIG JOE County 722
017 MONEY MUSK County 722
018 DUSTY MILLER County 722
019 KINGSPORT County 722
020 GREY EAGLE County 722
021 TURKEY BUZZARD County 722
022 SALT RIVER County 722
023 ROAD TO JENKINS County 722

County 714 High Country: Boating Up; Reuben's Bridge; Goldenrod Waltz; Birdie; Callahan; Live And Let Live; Friday Night Waltz; Stoney Creek; Done Gone; High Point; Leather Breeches – ca. 05-68 w. Kenny Baker
County 722 Joe Greene's Fiddle Album: Daley's Reel; Cattle In The Corn; Katy Hill; Big Joe; Paddy On The Turnpike; Money Musk; Dusty Miller; Kingsport; Grey Eagle; Turkey Buzzard; Salt River; Road To Jenkins – 01-70

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