Curly Ray Cline - The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter And His Lonesome Pine Fiddle album
Title: The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter And His Lonesome Pine Fiddle
Date of release: 1969
Size MP3: 1149 mb
Size FLAC: 1353 mb
Format: MP4 WAV MIDI AAC FLAC VOC MPC
A1. Kentucky Fox Race. A2. Black Mountain Blues. Curly Ray. B2. Sourwood Mountain.
Curly Ray Cline (January 10, 1923 – August 19, 1997) was an American bluegrass fiddler from West Virginia known for his work with the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers and Ralph Stanley. Cline was born in Mingo County, West Virginia. He learned the basics from his father, but other than that he was self-taught. While he was growing up playing the fiddle, he was inspired by Fiddlin' Arthur Smith of the Grand Ole Opry.
Curly Ray Cline, also known as 'The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter' (January 10, 1923 – August 19, 1997) was an American bluegrass fiddler from Baisden, West Virginia known for his work with the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers and Ralph Stanley. Biography Cline was born in Mingo County, West Virginia.
Curly Ray Cline and His Lonesome Pine Fiddler. Fiddle, Primary Artist, Vocals.
Popular Covers by Curly Ray Cline. Orange Blossom Special. Originally by Russel Wise and Mr. White, Roy Hall and His Blue Ridge Entertainers. Released on Curly Ray Cline (The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter) and His Lonesome Pine Fiddle (1969). Originally by John Yorke Atlee. Sweet By and By. Originally by (unknown). Discover The Original.
Lonesome Pine Breakdown. Curly Ray Cline - Flem Jones. Lonesome Pine Fiddlers - You Left me to Cry. Download SoundHound.
Curly Ray Cline was an American bluegrass fiddler from West Virginia known for his work with the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers and Ralph Stanley. The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers started off playing on radio station WHIS in the nearby town of Bluefield, where they remained until 1952. Occasionally, Curly Ray did studio work for many musicians such as Jimmy Martin, Bobby Osborne, Rex and Eleanor Parker and Hobo Jack Adkins. He continued to perform with the Fiddlers intermittently through the early 1960s. In early 1963, Curly Ray left the Fiddlers to play with The Stanley Brothers.
Kentucky Fox Race, Curly Ray Cline and His Lonesome Pine Fiddle, Melody MLP-17, LP (1970?), trk Leather Britches/Breeches, Chicken Reel, Rebel SLP 1498, LP (197?), trk 10. Listen to the Mockingbird/Mocking Bird (Mocking Bird - II), Curly Ray Cline and His Lonesome Pine Fiddle, Melody MLP-17, LP (1970?), trk. Fiddle Band Music from Kentucky, Vo. Wish I Had My Time Again, Morning Star 45004 (1980). Kentucky Country; Old Time Music From Kentucky, Rounder 1037 (1983). Cobert, Jon Side Performer Appearance.
The group was started by Ezra Cline and Curly Ray Cline and was originally named "Cousin Ezra and the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers". The Clines came from a large family consisting of musically talented people. Ray and Charlie's father, Charlie, was a banjo player and the women in the family, Geraldine and Bobbi, were singers. For reasons unknown, Bobbi and Geraldine never joined the band on the road but often joined in at home, especially when notable Country singers, such as Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, and Hank Williams, came visiting
|A1||Kentucky Fox Race|
|A2||Black Mountain Blues|
|A6||Sweet By And By|
|B3||Wednesday Night Waltz|
|B4||Orange Blossom Special|
|B6||What A Friend|
- Manufactured By – QCA, Inc. – 90133
- Liner Notes – Ralph Stanley
- Producer – William M. Jones
|MLP-17||Curly Ray Cline||The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter And His Lonesome Pine Fiddle (LP, Album)||Melody Records||MLP-17||US||1969|
|OHS-90142||Curly Ray Cline||Curly Ray Cline (The Old Kentucky Fox Hunter) And His Lonesome Pine Fiddle (LP, RE)||Old Homestead Records||OHS-90142||US||1981|