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Country music, also known as country and western (or simply country), and hillbilly music, is a genre of popular music that originated in the southern United States in the early 1920s. It takes its roots from genres such as American folk music (especially Appalachian folk and Western music) and blues. During the 1930s and 1940s, cowboy songs, or Western music, which had been recorded since the 1920s, were popularized by films made in Hollywood. Bob Wills was another country musician from the Lower Great Plains who had become very popular as the leader of a "hot string band," and who also appeared in Hollywood westerns. His mix of country and jazz, which started out as dance hall music, would become known as Western swing.

Ragged but Right is the second live album by the Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band. It was recorded in October and December 1987 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City, the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, and the Warfield Theatre in San Francisco The Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band existed from the summer of 1987 to the summer of 1988, and played fewer than 30 concerts. Feeding off the rowdy atmosphere, it's a high-spirited performance. Offering an indication of the looseness of the performance, Garcia jokes to anyone that skipped work for the early show that he's going to call their bosses. Despite this, there's, obviously, a respect for the songs and disciplined interaction between the players.

The 1930s saw natural disasters as well as manmade ones: For most of the decade, people in the Plains states suffered through the worst drought in American history, as well as hundreds of severe dust storms, or "black blizzards," that carried away the soil and made it all but impossible to plant crops. Bandleaders like Benny Goodman and Fletcher Henderson drew crowds of young people to ballrooms and dance halls around the country. And even though money was tight, people kept on going to the movies. The National Labor Relations Act (1935), also known as the Wagner Act, gave workers the right to form unions and bargain collectively for higher wages and fairer treatment. He would lead his nation through two of the greatest crises in its history-the Great Depression of the 1930s and World War. Civilian Conservation Corps.

Great Country Brother Teams of the 1930's, RCA (Victor) 8417-4-R, Cas (1988), trk 15 (Have a Feast Here Tonight). Monroe, Bill; and Doc Watson. Bill and Doc, Sonyatone FEN 210, LP (197?), trk 6 (Feast Here Tonight). Race to California - Sankey, R. V. Silber, Irwin, Songs of the Great American West, Dover, Sof (1991/1967), p 5 (Good Times Come at Last). Ragged But Right, Vanguard VSD7 9159, LP (1974), trk 2. Greenhill, Mitch. Shepherd of the City Blues, Prestige PRCD 24239-2, CD (1999), trk 1.

Garage Rock The Woggles. Liste der Bands Garage Rock The Woggles Ragged But Right. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Band Name The Woggles. Album Name Ragged But Right. Erscheinungsdatum 2003. Musik GenreGarage Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. People Come On. 2. Collector of Broken Hearts. 3. Johnny Come Lately. 4. When the Sun Goes Down. 6. Red Light, Green Light.

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Redirected from I'm Ragged But Right). Ragged But Right" is a traditional American song dating from the early 1900s. It was recorded by George Jones and released in 1956 as "I'm Ragged But I'm Right". The song is one Jones' best early works, and it was included on his debut 1957 album (as "Ragged But Right"). Ragged But Right" is defiant honky-tonk tune dedicated to blue-collar pride. Jones recorded the song in August 1955 and it was released in February 1956 as a single.

String Bands Cajun North American Traditions. Cajun String Bands 1930's: Cajun Breakdown.

One of the all-time great breakup albums, not to mention one of the era’s surprise success stories. Justin Vernon, recovering from the end of a relationship and the collapse of his band, retreated to a cabin in rural Wisconsin with his acoustic guitar. The album carried the torch for song-based hard rock awesomeness during the lean years of rap-rock, cribbing as much from the Beatles and glam-era Bowie as from avant-metal kin like The Melvins. He picks up a band to join him, including country vixen Neko Case and literary balladeer Dan Bejar. Then, to everyone's shock, the band becomes a hit, and just keeps getting better.


A1 Riley Puckett and Ted Hawkins Ragged But Right
A2 Gid Tanner And His Skillet Lickers* Ira Red (Traditional)
A3 Gid Tanner And His Skillet Lickers* Soldier's Joy (Traditional)
A4 Gid Tanner And Riley Puckett On Tanner's Farm
A5 Ted Hawkins And Riley Puckett Hawkin's Rag
A6 Ted Hawkins And Riley Puckett Tokio Rag
A7 The Prairie Ramblers Go Easy Blues
A8 The Prairie Ramblers Blue River
A9 The Prairie Ramblers Kentucky Blues
B1 The Prairie Ramblers Shady Grove My Darling
B2 The Prairie Ramblers Tex's Dance
B3 Patsy Montana And The Prairie Ramblers Montana Plains
B4 J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers Maple On The Hill
B5 J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers Seven And A Half
B6 J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers Johnson's Old Grey Mule
B7 Wade Mainer And Zeke Morris Short Life And It's Trouble
B8 Wade Mainer And Zeke Morris And Steve Ledford Riding On That Train Forty Five
B9 Wade Mainer And Sons Of The Mountaineers Mitchell Blues


1988 BMG Music

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
8416-2-R Various Ragged But Right Great Country String Bands Of The 1930's ‎(CD, Comp, RM) RCA 8416-2-R US 1988
Various - Ragged But Right Great Country String Bands Of The 1930's FLAC album
Ragged But Right Great Country String Bands Of The 1930's
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