Jimmie Rodgers - My Time Ain't Long / You And My Old Guitar album flac
Title: My Time Ain't Long / You And My Old Guitar
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Genre: Folk and Country
Rodgers' mother died when he was about six or seven years old, and Rodgers, the youngest of three sons, spent the next few years living with various relatives in southeast Mississippi and southwest Alabama, near Geiger. In the 1900 Census for Daleville, Lauderdale County, Mississippi, Jimmie's mother, Eliza Rodgers, was listed as already having had seven children, with four of them still living at that date. Fellow Meridian, MS native Steve Forbert's tribute album to Jimmie Rodgers, Any Old Time, was nominated for a 2004 Grammy in the best traditional folk category. On May 24, 1978, the United States Postal Service issued a 13-cent commemorative stamp honoring Rodgers, the first in its long-running Performing Arts Series.
Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1986 (Early Influence). My Time Ain't Long (Album).
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Jimmie Rodgers, ‘RCA Country Legends’ (2002). Were Jimmie Rodgers and Louis Armstrong the original Run-D. and Aerosmith? In 1930, the pair (helped by Armstrong's pianist wife Lil Hardin) combined "hillbilly" and jazz on their joint "Standing on the Corner. And when the sounds of country and rock & roll began to crystallize, this song - as well as the other 16 included on the RCA Country Legends comp - ended up at the center of both. With exquisite backing from her Hot Band (including guitar legends James Burton and Albert Lee, bluegrass whiz Ricky Skaggs, the Band's Garth Hudson and Rick Danko, et a., she never settled for folkie earnestness or pretty trilling. The album proceeds to explore intimacy's cold reality on songs like "Crying Time," the fast-paced warning shot "If You Don't, Somebody Else Will" and the hilariously honest innuendo-fest "Did You Ever.
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|A||My Time Ain't Long
Written-By – J. Rodgers*, Waldo O'Neal*
|B||You And My Old Guitar
Written-By – McWilliams*, Rodgers*
- Copyright (c) – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
NotesSide A - Singing with guitar, ukulele, and string bass
Side B - Singing and yodeling with guitar
Side A = Mx. BVE-70647-3 was recorded on February 4, 1932 in Dallas, TX - Jefferson Hotel. It was originally released on Victor 23669 on May 20, 1932.
Side B = Mx. BVE-45094-1 was recorded on June 12, 1928 in Camden, NJ. It was originally released on Victor V-40072 on June 7, 1929.
Sides A and B are transcribed masters (2R and 1R, respectively) created (dubbed) 6 June 1933, and not made from the original masters.
This record was originally released in June, 1933 on Bluebird "Buff" label, reading ©RCA Victor Company, Inc. at bottom. This release, reading ©RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc. likely dates to between 1935 and September, 1937, when the Buff label was replaced by the Staff label.
This coupling also released on Electradisk 2009 and Sunrise Record S-3170.
|B-5083||Jimmie Rodgers||My Time Ain't Long / You And My Old Guitar (Shellac, 10")||Bluebird||B-5083||US||1933|
|S-3170||Jimmie Rodgers||My Time Ain't Long / You And My Old Guitar (Shellac, 10", RE)||Sunrise Record||S-3170||US||Unknown|