Molly O'Day

Molly O'Day: Molly O'Day & Cumberland Folks

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Product Type: CD
Artist: Molly O'Day

Title: Molly O'Day & Cumberland Folks
Label: Bear Family

They called her 'the female Roy Acuff' for the way she sang pure mountain music in a full-throated style. Her backings featured all traditional instruments, like the dobro and fiddle. Mac Wiseman and Carl Smith are among the luminaries who worked on her sessions. These 36 titles are everything Molly recorded for Columbia (1946-1951). Songs include Tramp On The Street, When God Comes And Gathers His Jewels, The Black Sheep Returned To The Fold, The Tear Stained Letter, The First Fall Of Snow, Poor Ellen Smith, Heaven's Radio, Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whiskey, as well the first recorded versions of two Hank Williams songs, On The Evening Train and The Singing Waterfall.

1.1 The Tramp on the Street
1.2 When God Comes and Gather His Jewels
1.3 The Black Sheep Returned to the Fold
1.4 Put My Rubber Doll Away
1.5 The Drunken Driver
1.6 Tear Stained Letter
1.7 Lonely Mound of Clay
1.8 Six More Miles
1.9 Singing Waterfall
1.10 At the First Fall of Snow
1.11 Matthew Twenty-Four
1.12 I Don't Care If Tomorrow Never Comes
1.13 A Hero's Death
1.14 I'll Never See Sunshine Again
1.15 Too Late - Too Late
1.16 Why Do You Weep Dear Willow
1.17 Don't Forget the Family Prayer
1.18 I Heard My Mother Weeping
2.1 Mother's Gone But Not Forgotten
2.2 The Evening Train
2.3 This Is the End
2.4 Fifteen Years Ago
2.5 Poor Ellen Smith
2.6 Coming Down from God
2.7 Teardrops Falling in the Snow
2.8 With You on My Mind
2.9 If You See My Saviour
2.10 Heaven's Radio
2.11 When My Time Comes to Go
2.12 Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whiskey
2.13 Higher in My Prayers
2.14 Travelling the Highway Home
2.15 It's Different Now
2.16 When the Angels Rolled the Stone Away
2.17 It's All Coming True
2.18 When We See Our Redeemer's Face

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