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The Stone Mountain Boys - Makin' Licker In North Carolina Part I / Makin' Licker In North Carolina Part II FLAC album

Performer: The Stone Mountain Boys
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Makin' Licker In North Carolina Part I / Makin' Licker In North Carolina Part II
Country: US
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1831 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1987 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1982 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 861
Other Formats: AIFF MP3 VOX APE AA MP1 DXD

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A Makin' Licker In North Carolina Part I
B Makin' Licker In North Carolina Part II

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Gennett Records


  • Banjo [Uncredited], Speech [Uncredited] – Paul Miles
  • Fiddle [Uncredited], Speech [Uncredited] – Guy Brooks
  • Guitar [Uncredited], Speech [Uncredited] – A.P. Thompson
  • Harmonica [Uncredited], Speech [Uncredited] – Bob Cranford


Both sides recorded 12 June 1929 in Richmond, IN.

Side A matrix no. 15192-A.
Side B matrix no. 15193.

This coupling originally released on Gennett 6886, as by "Paul Miles and His Red Fox Chasers." The recordings are here titled "The Red Fox Chasers Makin' Licker Part I" and "The Red Fox Chasers Makin' Licker Part II."
Also released on Champion 15769, as by "The Virginia Possum Tamers." The recordings are here titled "The Virginia Possum Tamers Makin' Licker Part I" and "The Virginia Possum Tamers Makin' Licker Part II."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
15769 The Virginia Possum Tamers The Virginia Possum Tamers Makin' Licker Part I / The Virginia Possum Tamers Makin' Licker Part II ‎(Shellac, 10", RE) Champion 15769 US Unknown