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Bill Chitwood And Bud Landress - Jerusalem, Mourn / Howdy, Bill album mp3

Bill Chitwood And Bud Landress - Jerusalem, Mourn / Howdy, Bill album mp3
Jerusalem, Mourn / Howdy, Bill
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1890 mb
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Matrix, Runout (Side A runout): 2809A. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): 2809B.

This song is by Bill Chitwood and Bud Landress and appears on the split compilation album The Georgia Yellow Hammers and Associates. Volume 1, "Fourth of July at a Country Fair" (2014) by various artists. Now the Methodist preacher, you can tell him where he goesDon't you hear Jerusalem mourn?Don't never let a chicken get old enough to crowDon't you hear Jerusalem mourn?

Pa, Ma and Me. Over the Sea. Hen Cackle. Furniture Man. Jerusalem, Mourn. Johnny, Get Your Gun. as Bill Chitwood and His Georgia Mountaineers. I Had But Fifteen Cents. It Won't Happen Again for Months. Fourth of July at the Country Fair. When Married Folks are Out of Cash. Raise Rough House Tonight. Bill Wishes He Was Single Again.

Pa, Ma and Me. (as Uncle Bud Landress, The Georgia Yellow Hammers). Christmas Time at Moonshine Hollow. Candy Pulling at Moonshine Hollow. as Uncle Bud Landress. Coon-Hunting in Moonshine Hollow. Visiting Sal's House in Moonshine Hollow.

Jerusalem, Mourn feat. Johnny, Get Your Gun feat.

Comin' Up. Bud Powell.

Undercurrent is a 1962 album by jazz pianist Bill Evans and jazz guitarist Jim Hall. The duo collaborated again in 1966 on the album Intermodulation. The front cover image for Undercurrent is Toni Frissell's photograph "Weeki Wachee Spring, Florida". The album was originally released on United Artists, then reissued by Solid State in 1968. More recently, the album was reissued on EMI/Blue Note (in fact, both Blue Note and United Artists Records have been owned for a long time by EMI)

Also known as Uncle Bud Landress, the talented if cornpone performer also recorded in several small group settings including a duo with Bill Chitwood. His discography contains many fabulously entertaining song titles, involving almost all the subjects dear to the mountain music crowd: chickens, mules, rabbits, and so forth. Landress may have gotten the blues, but they were the "Rip Van Winkle Blues," the title of one of his '20s recordings.


A Jerusalem, Mourn
B Howdy, Bill

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company


  • Fiddle [Uncredited] – Bill Chitwood
  • Vocals [Uncredited], Banjo [Uncredited] – Bud Landress


Side A recorded 21 November 1924 in New York, NY.
Side B recorded 24 November 1924 in New York, NY.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 2809A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 2809B