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Cumberland Mountain Deer Race - Uncle Dave Macon - Cumberland Mountain Deer Race / Country Ham And Red Gravy (Shellac)

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  1. Uncle Dave Macon () Cumberland Mountain Deer Race, All in Down and Out Blues, From Earth to Heaven, The Gal That Got Stuck On Everything She Said, I've Got the Mourning Blues, Hold That Wood-Pile Down, Johnny Gray, Jordan Is a Hard Road to Travel, My Daughter Wished to Marry, The Old Man's Drunk Again, Over the Road I'm Bound to Go, Rise When the Rooster Crows, Tom and Jerry, .
  2. Lyrics to 'Country Ham And Red Gravy' by Uncle Dave Macon. Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app. Country Ham And Red Gravy. Uncle Dave Macon. 35 Shazams. Open in. Share. OVERVIEW. LYRICS. Cumberland Mountain Deer Race. Uncle Dave Macon. Uncle Dave Macon.
  3. M Cumberland Mountain Deer Race / Railroadin' And Gamblin' - 38 (Montgomery Ward) B Cumberland Mountain Deer Race / Country Ham And Red Gravy B Working For My Lord / Things I Don't Like To See - 39 (reissue of M ) M She's Got The Money Too / Give Me Back My Five Dollars – 39 (Montgomery Ward).
  4. Cumberland Mountain State Park is situated on the Cumberland Plateau, which extends from western New York to central Alabama. It is said to be the largest timbered plateau in America. Cumberland Mountain State Park began as part of the greater Cumberland Homesteads Project, a New Deal-era initiative by the Resettlement Administration that helped relocate poverty-stricken families on the.
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  6. Dave Macon was over 50 years old when, in the early s, the emergence of motorized trucking caused him to give up his mule-drawn freight-hauling business and try his hand at entertaining. By , when Nashville's WSM radio renamed its Barn Dance show The Grand Ole Opry, the ever-grinning, banjo-strumming "Uncle" Dave was its biggest star /5(2).
  7. Cumberland Mountain Deer Race: 9. Give Me Back My Five Dollars: Way Down The Old Plank Road: From Jerusalem To Jericho: Over The Mountain: Country Ham And Red Gravy: The Bum Hotel: Railroadin' And Gamblin' Listen to your favorite songs from Johnny Grey by Uncle Dave.
  8. Uncle Dave Macon was probably the first major star on the Opry, who styled himself as "The Dixie Dewdrop." He really was a site to behold. Imagine a plug hat, gold teeth, gates-ajar-color chin whiskers, an enormous watch chain and three banjoes. His son, Dorris Macon, accmpanied him on many of their "rollicking numbers".
  9. Watch the video for Cumberland Mountain Deer Race from Uncle Dave Macon's Classic Sides for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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