Scott H. Biram ‎– This Is Kingsbury?

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1 Nola's Greens
Words By – Nola Smith
0:26
2 Lost John / Rock Island Line
Written-By – Traditional
4:21
3 Goin' Overload
Adapted By – Scott H. BiramWritten-By – Traditional
4:00
4 Whitehouse Blues
Written-By – Traditional
2:51
5 No Way 2:45
6 A Little Talent
Fiddle – Raymond Smith (4)Piano – Nola Smith
1:02
7 Can You Line 'Em
Written-By – Traditional
1:59
8 Wreck My Car 3:47
9 This Is Maw Maw
Words By – Margie Beyer
0:26
10 Wabash Cannonball
Written-By – Carter*
3:04
11 Lost Case Of Being Found 2:10
12 For Ol' Deb
Piano – Nola Smith
0:39
13 Cornpone Girl 1:49
14 Truck-Stop / Doodilidoo
Piano – Nola Smith
4:26
15 Freight Train Blues
Written-By – Acuff*
2:48
16 A Farewell From On High
Fiddle – Raymond Smith (4)Piano – Nola Smith
13:05

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Notes

That good ol' Scott Biram, with Authentic Poor Quality.

Nola & Raymond Smith are Biram's great grandparents, playing fiddle/piano tunes on some tracks. These were made between 1969-1971.

Others tracks are from sessions with "The Salt Peter Boys" recorded in march of 1999. The majority of this record, however, was taken from live radio performances in Austin Texas.

The squeaking in "Truck Stop" is the sound of Nola's un-oiled piano pedals. The chirping in "A Farewell" is the sound of baby chickens. It was snowing in Oklahoma that year so Raymond and Nola brought them in and put them in a box with the microphone.

Track 3. adapted from trad. "Wayfaring Stranger".

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