Early Dot Recordings, Vol. 1 contains the earliest recordings Mac Wiseman made for Dot Records, including "Ballad of Davy Crockett," and while they aren't quite as consistently terrific as the material that comprises the two later volumes, there still plenty of first-rate songs here.
Early Dot Recordings, Vol. 3 highlights Mac Wiseman's early-'50s tenure with that label. At 16 tracks, this is far from complete, but it does contain a fine array of great performances, including "Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die," "You're Sweeter Than Honey," "Four Walls Around Me," and "I Saw Your Face in the Moon.
Malcolm Bell Wiseman (May 23, 1925 – February 24, 2019) was an American bluegrass singer. He was born on May 23, 1925, in Crimora, Virginia. He attended school in New Hope, Virginia, and graduated from high school there in 1943. He had polio from the age of six months; due to his disabilities, he could not do field work and spent his time in childhood listening to old records.
Early Dot Recordings Volume 1. County. reissue + "When The Roses Bloom Again". Early Dot Recordings Volume 2. reissue + "Paradise Valley" + "How Can You Forget So Soon". "American Treasure, Bluegrass Pioneer, Country Music Hall of Famer Mac Wiseman releases masterwork album of folk songs from his childhood". Retrieved 2014-08-15. a b Pennell, Charley (November 8, 2009). Discography of Bluegrass Sound Recordings, 1942 -". ibiblio. Retrieved December 28, 2009. a b Praguefrank (December 2009).
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Mac Wiseman, Roots Icon, Bluegrass & Folk Legend Crimora, Virginia, he attended school in New Hope Virginia and graduated from high school there in 1943. He had polio since the age of six months. Due to his disabilities, he could not do field work and spent his time in childhood listening to old records.
Album · 1996 · 24 Songs. These "Early Recordings" are those of a fully developed artist. Tunes like "Guess We'll Fall in Love," "To Make Love Last," and "Pamela"-plus covers of big hits like "Summertime Blues," "Do You Wanna Dance," and "Louie Louie"-show off Fuller's obvious talents. There's even an early version of his future hit, Sonny Curtis' "I Fought the Law," where Fuller has all the pieces in place but not yet the magical production. Essential! El Paso Rock: Early Recordings, Vol. 1 Bobby Fuller.
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