Holcomb, Roscoe: Across The Rocky Mountain

Holcomb, Roscoe SKU: 31159937
Holcomb, Roscoe: Across The Rocky Mountain

Holcomb, Roscoe: Across The Rocky Mountain

Holcomb, Roscoe SKU: 31159937

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Across The Rocky Mountain
Artist: Holcomb, Roscoe
Label: Jeanne Dielman
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8033706211335
Genre: Rock

Jeanne Dielman present Across The Rocky Mountain, a magical collection of Kentucky's own Roscoe Holcomb. Roscoe Holcomb is one of the most legendary figures of Appalachian music and a huge influence on the '60s folk scene. Playing banjo, guitar, and singing in that beautiful high lonesome sound, this compilation spans his recordings from the late '50s and early '60s, mostly done in the "field" with a single microphone. A coal miner for most of his life, Roscoe knew the world he sang of all too well, his authenticity is unassailable. Though he found some success in the '60s thanks to the Greenwich Village scene, Holcomb stayed a laborer in Kentucky and passed away in 1981 at the age of 68, suffering for years from asthma and emphysema, the results of his years in the coal mines. Essential Americana.

1.1 Across the Rocky Mountain
1.2 Graveyard Blues
1.3 Cripple Creek
1.4 True Love
1.5 Coney Island
1.6 Baby Let Your Hair Roll Down
2.1 Wayfaring Stranger
2.2 Stingy Woman
2.3 East Virginia Blues
2.4 Single Girl
2.5 Black Eyed Susie
2.6 Hills of Mexico
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