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Abner Jay - True Story Of Dixie FLAC album

Performer: Abner Jay
Genre: Blues
Title: True Story Of Dixie
Released: 1974
Style: Country Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1350 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1342 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1858 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Abner Jay The Backbone of America is a Mule and Cotton 01 The Backbone of America is a Mule and Cotton. mp3 02 My Old Kentucky Home. Abner Jay - The Backbone of America is a Mule and Cotton & The True Story of Dixie - 1974, MP3 (tracks), 320 kbps. Download via torrent Download via magnet.

Abner Jay - True Story Of Dixie.

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A1 Dixie 6:25
A2 Short'nin' Bread
A3 Buffalo Gal 2:45
A4 She'll Be Coming Around The Mountain When She Comes 3:30
B1 St James Infirmary Blues 6:10
B2 Collard Greens 3:15
B3 Wabash Cannonball 3:15
B4 Cotton Fields 2:35
B5 Man Walked On The Moon
Written By – Abner Jay



Abner Jay, the first of the original black musicians. The only electric six string banjo you'll ever hear. Abner says the originals are dead, and he is half dead. For forty two yrs, Abner has been playing banjo, drums, harmonica, and singing all at the same time. Born in south GA. When Abner was born his pa kept the birth records on the side of the house, the house burned down, the birth records were destroyed, and Abner hasn't been able to find out just how old he is. Abner is now enjoying his seventh wife, and he claims she is just about wore out too. His worst tragdy was the first time he got married.