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  • Colonel J.D. Wilkes - Will I See You Again In God’s Glory Land? (CD)

    17,00

    Classic old time music from one of Kentucky’s last true living traditional banjo players. Col JD Wilkes brings you a pure real honest testimony in 14 tracks… recorded live and simple, in high fidelity in Muscle Shoals Alabama, a banjo, a harmonica, and a wailing voice. Having founded both The Dirt Daubers and the Legendary Shack Shakers, as well as writing a few books, representing Kentucky’s folk art community and contributing to some filmwork, Wilkes is very much a man of all seasons of the neo-gothic rural south.

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  • Colonel J.D. Wilkes - Will I See You Again In God’s Glory Land? (LP)

    22,00

    Classic old time music from one of Kentucky’s last true living traditional banjo players. Col JD Wilkes brings you a pure real honest testimony in 14 tracks… recorded live and simple, in high fidelity in Muscle Shoals Alabama, a banjo, a harmonica, and a wailing voice. Having founded both The Dirt Daubers and the Legendary Shack Shakers, as well as writing a few books, representing Kentucky’s folk art community and contributing to some filmwork, Wilkes is very much a man of all seasons of the neo-gothic rural south.

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  • J.D. Wilkes & Charlie Stamper - Cattle in the Cane (LP)

    27,00

    Old-time music at its purest, from a direct source!  This first full-length solo album by J.D. Wilkes (Legendary Shack Shakers, J.D. Wilkes & The Dirt Daubers) has true crossover appeal, catering to both traditional folk lovers and fans of J.D.’s hard-driving rock ‘n’ roll projects.

    The album also features Charlie Stamper, a fiddle player who comes from an Appalachian lineage of mountain players: his daddy was field-recorded, and his brother played with Bill Monroe. He is a true, previously unknown source of the pre-war style that provided the root to all forms of modern bluegrass, blues, and country music.

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  • J.D. Wilkes & Charlie Stamper - Cattle in the Cane (CD)

    18,00

    Old-time music at its purest, from a direct source!  This first full-length solo album by J.D. Wilkes (Legendary Shack Shakers, J.D. Wilkes & The Dirt Daubers) has true crossover appeal, catering to both traditional folk lovers and fans of J.D.’s hard-driving rock ‘n’ roll projects.

    The album also features Charlie Stamper, a fiddle player who comes from an Appalachian lineage of mountain players: his daddy was field-recorded, and his brother played with Bill Monroe. He is a true, previously unknown source of the pre-war style that provided the root to all forms of modern bluegrass, blues, and country music.

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