Doc Williams & The Border Riders - Country Music Favourites From Wheeling W. Virginia | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Silver Bell
2. Fiddler Joe
3. Glorious Home
4. Little Box of Pine
5. The Cat Came Back
6. We'd Better Say Goodbye
7. Under the Double Eagle
8. Big Rock Candy Mountain
9. Roses Are Blooming
10. I'm Seeking a Harbour
11. Why Should I Cry
12. Fetchin' Gretchen Home
13. I Love You Little Darling
14. Weary Tired and Blue
15. Whisper Thru the Stars
16. Red Wing
17. Don't Want to Work
18. My Sinner Friend
19. The Man in the Moon
20. Nell of Narragansett Bay
21. Broken Memories
22. My Old Brown Coat
23. My Little Old Home in West Virginia
24. The Touch of God's Hand
25. Two Little Orphans
26. Hannah
27. Bright Red Horizon
28. Merry Maiden Polka

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One of the great masters of old-style country music who performed from the early 1930s until he retired in 2006 - a career of over 70 years!! Much loved flagship star of the famous WWVA Wheeling Jamboree in West Virginia. 28 tracks spanning 1947-1960, all digitally remastered, few previously released on CD, some never released since the original 78 rpm singles. Features many of his most popular songs including "My Old Brown Coat", "The Man In The Moon", "Roses Are Blooming", "Little Box Of Pine" and "Fiddler Joe". Vocal versions of such classics as "Silver Bell", "Red Wing" and "Merry Maiden Polka", most commonly heard as instrumentals. You will also hear Doc's famous blind accordionist Marion Martin, the melodic voice of Doc's wife Chickie Williams and Doc's brother, singer and fiddler Cy Williams. Here are story songs, comedy songs, western songs, love songs and folk songs, several written by Doc himself. Extensive liner notes by country music writer and broadcaster Paul Hazell (You can add this one to Stu Davis too).