E.C. Ball With Orna Ball & The Friendly Gospel Singers - E.C. Ball With Orna Ball & The Friendly Gospel Singers download flac
Great Old American Country/Gospel song written by Estil C. Ball (1913-1978), who was often recorded for the Library of Congress by both John and Alan Lomax in the 40's and 50's. Ball often performed with his wife, Orna and their Friendly Gospel Singers in Virginia and North Carolina between the mid 1950's and 1975.
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From the mid-1950s until 1975, Ball performed with his wife Orna and their Friendly Gospel Singers in churches and on the radio, especially on WKSK (AM) in West Jefferson, North Carolina and WBOB in Galax, Virginia. Ball's first recordings were made by John A. Lomax on behalf of the Library of Congress at the 1937 Galax Fiddler's Convention in Galax, Virginia, where . performed with his Rugby Gully Jumpers string band (named after Paul Warmack's Gully Jumpers). Lomax recorded the string band and several duets by . In December 2009, a tribute album was released entitled Face A Frowning World: An . Ball Memorial Album, on the Tompkins Square label, produced by Nathan Salsburg.
Album · 1996 · 25 Songs. The Early Bird Always Gets the Worm. 14. John the Baptist.
On Southern Folk Heritage Series Recorded In The Field By Alan Lomax (1960): When I Get Home (with Blair Reedy). Please Let Me Stay a Little Longer (with Lacey Richardson). Jennie Jenkins (with Orna Ball). Father, Jesus Loves You. Lonesome Valley. The Cabin on the Hill. The Farmer's Curst Wife. The Poor Wayfaring Stranger. Tribulations (with Lacey Richardson). On Classic Appalachian Blues From Smithsonian Folkways (2010): Blues in the Morning.
From the mid-1950s until 1975, Ball performed with his wife Orna and their Friendly Gospel Singers in churches and on the radio, especially on WKSK (AM) in West Jefferson, North Carolina and WBOB (AM) in Galax, Virginia.
|A1||Trials, Troubles, Tribulations||2:47|
|A2||When I Can Read My Titles Clear||2:19|
|A3||Born To Serve The Lord||2:17|
|A5||Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party||3:41|
|A6||Do You Call That Religion?||2:02|
|A7||The Cabin In The Valley||2:18|
|A8||Give Me Just A Little More Time||1:52|
|B1||I See God In Everything||2:21|
|B2||House Of Gold||1:53|
|B3||Aint No Grave Can Hold My Body Down||3:08|
|B4||Raggin' The Wires||2:16|
|B5||The Early Bird Always Gets The Worm||2:37|
|B6||John The Baptist||3:06|
|B7||I'm Glory Bound||2:35|
|B8||The Parting Hand||2:37|
- Acoustic Guitar, Baritone Vocals – E.C. Ball*
- Backing Vocals – Orna Ball
- Edited By – Mark Wilson
- Mastered By – Toby Mountain
- Recorded By – Bruce Kaplan , R.N. Drevo
|Rounder CD 11577||E.C. Ball* With Orna Ball||E.C. Ball* With Orna Ball - E.C. Ball With Orna Ball (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Rounder Records||Rounder CD 11577||US||1996|