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Country music, south and west

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  • "Forgotten soldier boy (2:40)"
  • "Blue yodel no.11"
  • "Ida, sweet as apple cider"
  • "Fais pas ça"
  • "Dark as the dungeon"
  • "Georgia wildcat breakdown (3:02)"
  • "There'll come a time (3:02)"
  • "It won't be long"
  • "Born to loose"
  • "Rescue from moose river gold mine (2:22)"
  • "Dreaming with tears in my eyes (2:56)"
  • "Chant of the wanderer"
  • "Rescue from moose river gold mine"
  • "I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheart (3:04)"
  • "Fais pas ca (2:29)"
  • "Ida, sweet as apple cider (2:57)"
  • "Railroad boomer"
  • "Chant of the wanderer (3:00)"
  • "Sweet Fern (3:04)"
  • "Cotton eyed Joe"
  • "Gospel ship"
  • "It won't be long (2:17)"
  • "Last roundup (3:17)"
  • "Cotton eyed joe (2:36)"
  • "Gospel ship (2:55)"
  • "There'll come a time"
  • "Born to lose (2:40)"
  • "Sweet fern"
  • "Last roundup"
  • "Georgia wildcat breakdown"
  • "Railroad boomer (2:33)"
  • "Fat boy rag (5:06)"
  • "Dark as a bungeon (2:47)"
  • "Blue Yodel NO. 11 (2:57)"
  • "Dreaming with tears in my eyes"
  • "Forgotten soldier boy"
  • "I wanna be a cowboy's sweetheart"
  • "Fat boy rag"

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  • "Contains such country songs as I wanna be a cowboy's sweet heart, Born to lose, and cotton eyed Joe performed by such artists as Jimmie Rodgers, The sons of the pioneers, and the Carter family."
  • "Describes the developments in country music from 1920's through 1940s."

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  • "Muzyka folkowa"
  • "Music"@en
  • "Music"
  • "Piosenka amerykańska"
  • "Dokumenty dźwiękowe"

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  • "Country music, south and west"
  • "Country music, south and west"@en
  • "Country music, South and West"@en
  • "Country music, South and West"
  • "Country music South and West"
  • "Country music south and west"@en
  • "Country music south and west"
  • "Country music : South and West"
  • "Country Music South and West"

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