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MANDOLIN RAG. Old-Time, Country Rag. The tune was also recorded by Ted Hawkins Mountaineers, which featured Ted Hawkins on mandolin, and probably fiddler Lowe Stokes and guitarist Riley Puckett (and perhaps others). Hawkins, a sometime member of the Atlanta Skillet-Licker crowd of musicians, recorded the tune in Atlanta in December, 1930, for Columbia Records, but the side was unissued [Russell & Pinson, Country Music Records:A Discography, 1921-1942, 2004, p. 413].

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Recorded sources: Brunswick 397 (78 RPM), H.M. Barnes and His Blue Ridge Ramblers (1929). County 548, H.M. Barre's Blue Ridge Ramblers - "Ridin' in an Old Model 'T'". Gennett 6750 (78 RPM), Doc Roberts & Asa Martin (1928).




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