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The Hicks Family - A Cumberland Singing Tradition Album
Country, Folk, World
Performer: The Hicks Family
Title: A Cumberland Singing Tradition
Year 1982
Country US
Label Tennessee Folklore Society
Catalog Number TFS 104
Genre: Country, Folk, World
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 220
MP3 size: 2314 mb
FLAC size: 2409 mb
WMA size: 2197 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP

The Hicks Family - A Cumberland Singing Tradition Album

Tracklist

1Dee HicksCrocodile's Mouth
2Dee HicksOld Brady
3Dee HicksBill Staples
4Delta HicksOnce In The Saddle
5Joe Hicks Sow Took The Measles/Kate And The Cowhide
6Lily Mae HicksApple Brandy
7Dee HicksPretty Polly (Six Kings' Daughters)
8Joe Hicks The Exile of Arion
9Dee HicksThere Was An Old Man Lived In The West
10Joe Hicks In Came The Owl/Kentucky Boys
11Besford HicksDog And Gun (The Jolly Farmer)
12Nancy Hicks WinninghamTo Be A Farmer's Boy
13Joe Hicks True Blue Bill
14Nancy Hicks WinninghamLady Margaret
15Joe Hicks The Good Old Man
16Delta HicksWillie Moore
17Dee HicksFroggie Went A-Courting
18Besford Hicks FamilyNineteen Years Old
19Delta HicksAs I Walked Out Into Her Hall
20Besford Hicks FamilyThe Pizen Sarpent (Springfield Mountain)

Credits

  • ProducerCharles Wolfe
  • Recorded ByBobby Fulcher

Album

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