|1||Don't Make Me Go To Bed||5:33|
|3||Poor Ellen Smith||2:47|
|5||Nobody's Darling But Mine||4:54|
|6||I'm A Private In The Army Of The Lord||3:34|
|7||Bury Me Beneath the Willow||3:04|
|8||Prisoner At The Bar||4:11|
|9||Hills Of Roane County||5:02|
|10||He Will Set Your Fields On Fire||3:22|
|11||Where Is America Going?||2:52|
|12||I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail||3:27|
|0066||Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper With The Clinch Mountain Clan|| Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper With The Clinch Mountain Clan - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper (LP, Album)||Rounder Records||0066||US||1976|
- Banjo, Guitar – Butch Robins
- Bass – Jim Brock Jr.
- Drums – Glen Davis
- Guitar – Jerry Shook
- Mandolin, Resonator Guitar – Bill Carver
- Vocals – Carol Lee Cooper, L. E. White
- Vocals, Guitar – Stoney Cooper, Wilma Lee Cooper
Tracks 11 & 12 are issued for the first time on this CD and were not on the original LP.
Complete liner notes and text are included on this limited-edition disc as a PDF document.
On The Banks Of The River. Breakfast & Folk. Sunny Side Of The Mountain. Folkin' Winter Music. Take's Bluegrass Album Channel. Отказаться от подписки на канал Take's Bluegrass Album Channel Нет. Отказаться от подписки. Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper. UMG от лица компании New Rounder Sony ATV Publishing. Wilma Lee Leary February 7, 1921 September 13, 2011, known professionally as Wilma Lee Cooper, was an American bluegrass-based country music entertainer. Born in Valley Head, West Virginia, Leary sang in her youth with her family's gospel music group, The Leary Family, which included her parents and sisters. They recorded for the Library Of Congress in 1938. Wilma was born Willma Leigh Leary, according to the 1930 US Census. Listen free to Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper The Very Best of Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and The Clinch Mountain Clan I Want to be Loved But Only By You, The Tramp On The Street and more. 19 tracks 46:12. In 1939, Leary married fiddler and vocalist Dale T. Stoney Cooper, October 16, 1918March 22, 1977 an American country star and member of the Grand Ole Opry. He was a master of the fiddle and the guitar. The duo formed their own bluegrass group, Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1979 Vinyl от A Daisy A Day на Side Of The Mountain Folk Collection. Union Maid. Pete Seeger. Sunny Side Of The Mountain Folk Collection. The Cooper Family. Snuggle With Folk. Wilma Lee Cooper and Tex Logan with the Clinch Mountain Clan - Down In the Bluegrass Early 1950s Demo Writer: Tex Logan. Induct Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper - Country Music Hall of Fame added a new photo to the album Later Years. 6 May . Induct Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper - Country Music Hall of Fame added 2 new photos to the album Album CoversAdsAwards. Me and Jerry Johnson, Wilma Lees sister. Jerry used to play bass and do comedy for Roy Acuff and Cousin Jody. She married Johnny Johnson from the F&S band. Sweet lady, she helped me to get a job with Wilma and Stoney when we first got to town. Willy Roy - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper The Crippled Boy Wandering Country Soul, Vol. No One Now - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper Wandering Country Soul, Vol. Each Season Changes You - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper Wandering Country Soul, Vol. Don't Play That Song - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper On the Juke Box Tonight The White Rose, Vol. The Clinch Mountain Waltz - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper The White Rose, Vol. Heaven Express - The Carol Lee Singers, The Clinch Mountain Clan, Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, 1976. Both Wilma and Stoney were great instrumentalists. Wilma, who had a very strong full-throated voice, did most of the singing with Stoney providing the harmonies. To enjoy this, you have to love old fashioned country music and you also have to love the banjo. If you do, this CD will be a dream come true, but if either one puts you off, keep well clear. Following their departure from Columbia they signed with the newly formed Acuff-Rose backed label, Hickory. Two years later, they relocated to Nashville and joined the Opry. These turned into incredibly productive years for the duo, and the tracks on this CD are taken from their 1956-63 tenure at Hickory. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick. Filter Discography By. Albums All