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Blind Alfred Reed - Walking In The Way With Jesus / The Wreck Of The Virginian FLAC album


Performer: Blind Alfred Reed
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Walking In The Way With Jesus / The Wreck Of The Virginian
Released: 1927
Style: Country
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blind alfred reed - the remaining tracks 1927-1929 01 - The Wreck Of The Virginian - Bristol, 28-7-27. mp3 02 - I Mean To Live For Jesus. blind alfred reed - the remaining tracks 1927-1929. 01 - The Wreck Of The Virginian - Bristol, 28-7-27. 02 - I Mean To Live For Jesus. 03 - You Must Unload. 04 - Walking In The Way With Jesus. 05 - Explosion In The Fairmount Mines - Camden, 19-11-1927. 06 - Fate Of Chris Lively And Wife. 07 - Why Do You Bob Your Hair, Girls. 08 - Always Lift Him Up And Never Knock Him Down. 09 - The Prayer Of The Drunkard's Little Girl. 10 - The Telephone Girl. 11 - Woman's Been After Man Ever Since.

Blind " Alfred Reed ( born June 15, 1880 in Floyd, Virginia; † January 17, 1956 ) was an American Old-time musicians. About his childhood or youth is not much known. Alfred Reed was born in Floyd, Virginia. He was blind from birth, so he was later nicknamed " blind". They played a total of four title: You Must Unload, I Mean To Live For Jesus, The Wreck of the Virginian and Walking in the Way of Jesus. After the so-called Bristol Session Reed took over the following years further on plates. Both pieces were self- written and acted by the current events of the time.

The Wreck of the Virginian. 2. I Mean to Live for Jesus. Walking In the Way With Jesus. 5. Explosion In the Fairmount Mines. 6. Fate of Chris Lively and Wife.

Tracklist 1. Blind Alfred Reed – The Wreck of the Virginian 2. Blind Alfred Reed – I Mean to Live for Jesus 3. Blind Alfred Reed – You Must Unload 4. Blind Alfred Reed – Walking In The Way With Jesus 5. Blind Alfred Reed – Explosion In The Fairmount Mines 6. Blind Alfred Reed – Fate Of Chris Lively And Wife 7. Blind Alfred Reed – Why Do You. Bob Your Hair, Girls 8. Blind Alfred Reed – Always Lift Him Up And Never Knock Him Down 9. Blind Alfred Reed – The Prayer Of The Drunkard’s Little Girl 10. The West Virginia Night Owls – Sweet Bird 11. The West Virginia Night Owls – I’m Goin’ To Walk The . .Blind Alfred Reed and Orville Reed – The Old-Fashioned Cottage 19. Blind Alfred Reed – How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times And Live 20. Blind Alfred Reed – Black And Blue Blues 21. another take issued on LP & CD. 39726.

Blind Alfred Reed (June 15, 1880 – January 17, 1956) was an American folk, country, and old-time musician and singer-songwriter. He was one of the artists who recorded at the Bristol Sessions in 1927, alongside more famous names such as Jimmie Rodgers and The Carter Family. He played the fiddle along with his son Arville, who played the guitar. Reed consented, and he recorded four songs, one solo, "The Wreck of the Virginian", and three with Arville's guitar accompaniment: "I Mean to Live for Jesus", "You Must Unload", and "Walking in the Way with Jesus". After the Bristol Sessions, Reed kept recording until 1929, which was the year of his most famous song's release "How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?". Walking In the Way With Jesus". Explosion In the Fairmount Mines".

Blind Alfred Reed (Floyd, Virginia, June 15, 1880 - Elgood, West Virginia, January 17, 1956) was an American folk and country musician. He played the fiddle and his son, Arville, played the guitar. Reed recorded four songs: one solo, "The Wreck of the Virginian" and three with Arville's guitar accompaniment: "I Mean to Live for Jesus", "You Must Unload", and "Walking in the Way with Jesus". After 1929, he stopped recording and lived out the rest of his life, mostly in the Princeton area of Mercer County, West Virginia.

Blind Alfred Reed - Walking In The Way With Jesus, The Wreck Of The Virginian ‎(Shellac, 10"). Blind Alfred Reed - I Mean To Live For Jesus, You Must Unload ‎(Shellac, 10"). Walking In The Way With Jesus Various - The Bristol Sessions ‎(2xLP, Comp). Country Music Foundation Records.

Tracklist

A Walking In The Way With Jesus
B The Wreck Of The Virginian

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.

Credits

  • Fiddle [Uncredited], Vocals – Blind Alfred Reed
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Arthur Wyrick (tracks: A)

Notes

Side A: credit role of guitar for Arthur Wyrick is termed "possible" by Russell .

Both sides recorded 28 July 1927 in Bristol, TN.

Side A matrix no. 39728-2.
Side B matrix no. 39725-2.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): G 20836A 2 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): I 20836B 2