Music and Agriculture in the Piedmont Region

Specializing in music, past and present, from the Piedmont region, along with tips for vegetable gardening and sustainable living, with your host Mudcat.

Piedmont Report 132


Piedmont Report 132

Rev Pearly Brown – Oh What a Morning

[Arhoolie 9025 You’re Gonna Need That Pure Religion; 1961]

Curley Weaver– My Baby’s Gone / Ticket Agent Blues

[BDCD 6014 The Postwar Recordings of Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver (1949-1950)]

Buddy Moss – Broke Down Engine

[DOCD 5123 Buddy Moss Vol 1, 1933]

Cora Mae Bryant with JJ – No No Blues

[MMCD20 Born with the Blues; 2001]

Archie Edwards – The Road is Rough and Rocky / Meet Me in the Bottom

[Wolf CD 120.930 Piedmont Blues Meets Delta Mississippi Blues; recorded live in Greece in 1988]

Cootie Stark with Brothers in the Kitchen – Sarah / U-Haul

[MMCD Raw Sugar; 2003]


Farm Report – ‘Benefits of Vegetable Gardening.’


Elizabeth Cotten – Oh Babe It Ain’t No Lie

[Folkways FG 3526 Freight Train and Other North Carolina Folks Songs and Tunes; 1958]

Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry, Bennie Foster – Don’t Know the Reason Why

[Prestige Bluesville BV 1042 Brownies Blues; 1962]

Neal Pattman with Dave Peabody and Shrimp City Slim – Mister Please Give Me a Dime

[Erwin Music Live in London; 1997]

Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver – Lord Have Mercy If You Please

[BDCD 6014 The Postwar Recordings of Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver (1949-1950)]



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