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The Maddox Brothers & Rose - Live On The Radio

CAT. #: 467

Price: $15.00

CD 467

Maddox Brothers and Rose were billed as "America's Most Colorful Hillbilly band" in the 1940's and 1950's. Together they pioneered the sound of early rockabilly and West Coast country music. These live radio broadcasts from 1953 (all previously unreleased in any form) provide an authentic audio snapshot of the Maddox Brothers and Rose at their peak.

1. Kaw-Liga
2. Peter Cottontail
3. New Step It Up And Go
4. Honky Tonkin'
5. I'm An Old, Old Man
6. Un-Huh, Honey
7. Pretty Little Dedon
8. Let's Walk That-A-Way, Not This-A-Way
9. Take My Hand Precious Lord
10. On Mexico's Beautiful Shores
11. Mr. Know It All (Young Girl Of 22)
12. There's A Rainbow In Every Teardrop
13. You Gotta Have A License
14. Waterbaby Blues
15. John Henry
16. Mr. Know It All (Daughter Is 16 Years Old)
17. When God Dips His Love In My Heart
18. My Bucket's Got A Hole In It
19. Beautiful Louisiana
20. Rub-A-Dub-Dub
21. Wake Up, Irene
22. It's Been So Long
23. Mr. Know It All (Fox Tail Jacket)
24. I Gotta Have Some Lovin'
25. Shot Gun Boogie
26. Why Do You Weep, Dear Willow?
27. Mr. Know It All (Affectionate Neighbors)
28. Red Ball To Natchez, Mississippi
29. Mule Skinner Blues
30. Silent Night, Holy Night
31. Mr. Know It All (Been Away From Home)
32. Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind
33. Sweet Mama, Tree Top Tall
34. When The Angels Carry Me Home
35. Mr. Know It All (I Need A Wife)
36. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke, And Loud, Loud
37. Wait A Little Longer
38. Is He Satisfied


“It is obvious that the band is having a great time, as there is much laughter and funny banter heard between and during the songs. While the [sound] quality is not the best, the magic of the performances more than makes up for it. This is a definite must-have for the true connoisseur of classic country music.”

-James Kelly, Texas Jamboree