X:1 T:Corbin Slide S:Alex Hood and His Railroad Boys M:C| L:1/8 R:Country Rag/Blues D:Vocalion Vo 5463, Alex Hood & His Railroad Boys (1930) F:https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/ln-rag Z:Transcribed by Andrew Kuntz K:C (cd)e2 (ba)ge|(cd)e2 (ba)ge|(cd)e2 (ba)ge|[E4c4]-[E2c2][E2c2]| [M:2/4]_B4|[M:C|]A4-A2 [E2c2]-|[E2c2]e2dcA2|[E4c4]-|[E2c2]e3d e2| g4-g2e2-|ede2(dc)A2|[E4c4]-[E2c2]z2:|| c4-c(d e2)|g4-g2e2|g4-g2 e2|a4-ag e2|c6 c2| _B8|A8-|A2 c4 e2|dc A2 [E4c4]-|[E2c2] (e3d)e2| g4-g2e2|-e2e2(dc)A2|[E4c4]-[E2c2]||
CORBIN SLIDE. American, Country Blues/Ragtime (cut time). C Major. Standard tuning (fiddle). AAB. The tune was the work of Alex Hood's and His Railroad Boys, a string band from the town of Corbin, that featured the fiddling of Emory Mills. Corbin was once a prominent eastern Kentucky rail hub. See the Railroad Boys' "L and N Rag", their only other recording, for more information.