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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Poplin Family

by Praguefrank
March 1963 Sumter, SC – The Poplin Family (Edna Poplin Elmore [gt], China Poplin [vcl/banjo], David Jackson [ld gt], Bill Poplin [mandolin])
001 SIT AT HOME  Folkways FA 2306
002 SUMTER RAG –instr.- Folkways FA 2306
003 CATFISH  Folkways FA 2306
004 I DON'T WANT TO GET MARRIED  Folkways FA 2306
005 SOMEBODY'S BEEN BEATING MY TIME –instr.-  Folkways FA 2306
006 CRAWDAD SONG  Folkways FA 2306
008 JUST BECAUSE  Folkways FA 2306
009 EYES LIKE CHERRIES  Folkways FA 2306  
010 THE BLUES DON'T MEAN A THING  Folkways FA 2306
011 PANHANDLE RAG  -instr.- Folkways FA 2306
012 HAMMER RING  Folkways FA 2306
013 STEEL GUITAR RAG  -instr.- Folkways FA 2306
014 BROWN'S FERRY BLUES –instr.-  Folkways FA 2306
015 FINGERS ON FIRE  -instr.- Folkways FA 2306
016 MY HOME IS NOT IN SOUTH CAROLINA  Folkways FA 2306  - 63
Septermber 1963 Sumter, SC – The Poplin Family (Edna Poplin Elmore [gt], China Poplin [vcl/banjo], David Jackson [ld gt], Jack Tottle [mandolin])
017 GOIN' BACK TO SUMTER  Folkways FA 2306
018 HANNAMARIAH  Folkways FA 2306
019 RIVER OF JORDAN  Folkways FA 2306
020 I DON'T DRINK YOUR WHISKEY  Folkways FA 2306
021 CINDY GAL  Folkways FA 2306
022 OLD REUBEN  Folkways FA 2306
024 SWEET KISS WALTZ  -instr.- Folkways FA 2306
26-27 November 1965 unknown – The Poplin Family (Edna Poplin [vcl/gt/banjo], China Poplin [vcl/banjo], Laura Legrand [vcl], Margie Reece [vcl], Jack Tottle [mandolin], Pete Kuykendall [bass])
025 GWINE BACK TO SUMTER Melodeon MLP 7331  
026 HIE AWAY Melodeon MLP 7331  
028 REUBEN Melodeon MLP 7331  
029 MAGGIE Melodeon MLP 7331
030 MISSISSIPPI SAWYER Melodeon MLP 7331  
031 SUGAR BABE Melodeon MLP 7331
032 MEMORY LANE Melodeon MLP 7331
033 OH MARY DON'T YOU WEEP Melodeon MLP 7331
034 WHATSIT Melodeon MLP 7331  
036 AIN'T GWINE DRINK-A NO MORE Melodeon MLP 7331  
037 MY PRETTY QUADROON Melodeon MLP 7331
038 BOLL WEEVIL Melodeon MLP 7331

Folkways FA 2306 The Poplin Family Of Sumter, South Carolina: Goin' Back to Sumter; Hannamariah; Sit at Home; Sumter Rag; River of Jordan; Catfish; I Don't Want To Get Married; Somebody's Been Beating My Time; Crawdad Song; The Preacher and the Bear; Sweet Kiss Waltz; Just Because; Eyes Like Cherries;  The Blues Don't Mean a Thing; Cindy Gal; I Don't Drink Your Whiskey; Panhandle Rag; Hammer Ring; Steel Guitar Rag; You Gotta See Your Mama Every Night; Brown's Ferry Blues; Old Reuben; Fingers on Fire; My Home is Not in South Carolina - 63
Melodeon MLP 7331 Gwine Back to Sumter:  Gwine Back To Sumter;  Hie Away;  Columbus Stockade Blues;  Reuben;  Maggie;  Mississippi Sawyer;  Sugar Babe;  Memory Lane;  Oh Mary Don't You Weep;  Whatsit;  Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy;  Ain't Gwine Drink-A No More;  My Pretty Quadroon;  Boll Weevil – 66

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