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The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick) - Little Mother Of The Hills / Shake Hands With Your Mother Today album

The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick) - Little Mother Of The Hills / Shake Hands With Your Mother Today album Performer: The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick)
Title: Little Mother Of The Hills / Shake Hands With Your Mother Today
Style: Country
Date of release: 1949
Country: US
Size MP3: 1383 mb
Size FLAC: 1432 mb
Rating: 4.6
Format: DXD VOC AA AHX AUD MP3 MPC

Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Turn Your Radio On. 1:02. The Blue Sky Boys feat. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Uncle Josh Wants to Sing, Pt. 5. 1:23. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Uncle Josh Goes Rabbit Hunting. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – 4-11 Worried Man Blues. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Theme (are You from Dixie). Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Uncle Josh Proves His Mental Ability. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Only One Step More. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick – Little Joe. 2:13.

The Blue Sky Boys - Little Mother Of The Hills Bill And Earl, 2011 02:34. The Blue Sky Boys - Just One Way to the Gate Soldier's Joy, 2011 02:00. Artist: The Blue Sky Boys Bill Bolick Earl Bolick.

Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick. Uncle Josh Wants to Sing, Pt. 5 - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Bill Bolick, Earl Bolick. I'll Meet You in the Morning - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Just Tell Them That You Saw Me - The Blue Sky Boys feat. You Can Be a Millionaire with Me - The Blue Sky Boys feat. They're All Going Home but One - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Since the Angels Took My Mother Far Away - The Blue Sky Boys feat. I Need the Prayers of Those I Love - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Uncle Josh Threatens to Quit, Unloven and Unclaimed - The Blue Sky Boys feat. Uncle Josh Goes Fishing, Chapel in the Hills - The Blue Sky Boys feat.

The Bluebird recording catalog of this classic brother duo has been pillaged and scattered into the hinterlands as if it was a moonshine still left unguarded, and let's hope that brothers Earl and Bill Bolick will forgive such a sordid comparison. This out-of-print two-record set is one of the best collections that has been culled from this material. Unlike many "two-fers" of this marketing period, the display space is not wasted and there is an informative and well-written essay as well as full information on all the recording sessions.

Over the Hills and Far Away" is a traditional British song, dating back to at least the late 17th century. One version was published in Thomas D'Urfey's Wit and Mirth, or Pills to Purge Melancholy; a very different one appeared in George Farquhar's 1706 play The Recruiting Officer. A version also appears in John Gay's The Beggar's Opera of 1728. The words have changed over the years, as can be seen in the versions below. The only consistent element in early versions is the title line and the tune.

The Blue Sky Boys - Speak To Me Little Darlin 02:47. The Blue Sky Boys - Someone's Last Day 02:54. The Blue Sky Boys - She'll Be There 02:55. The Blue Sky Boys - Little Mother Of The Hills 02:34. The Blue Sky Boys - Garden In The Sky 02:49. The Blue Sky Boys - The Convict And The Rose 02:41. The Blue Sky Boys - The Prisoners Dream 03:04. The Blue Sky Boys - Can You Here That Nightbird Crying 02:33. The Blue Sky Boys - Who Wouldn’t Be Lonely 02:31. The Blue Sky Boys - Have You Seen My Daddy Here 02:57.

Hymns My Mother Sang. 6. Have No Desire to Roam. 10. I Need the Prayers.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Little Mother Of The Hills
Written-By – The Vagabonds--Herald, Dean And Curt*
B Shake Hands With Your Mother Today
Written-By – Bill Bolick, Pete Roy

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 3 21-0108A 1S IV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A2 21-0108B 1S IV

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
48-0111 The Blue Sky Boys (Bill And Earl Bolick)* Little Mother Of The Hills ‎(7", Single, Gre) RCA Victor 48-0111 US 1949