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George Reneau ‎– The New Market Wreck / The Bald-Headed End of the Broom

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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions started 5-12-17

 

George Reneau ‎– The New Market Wreck / The Bald-Headed End of the Broom

 

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George Reneau ‎– The New Market Wreck / The Bald-Headed End of the Broom

Label: Vocalion (2) ‎– 14930

Record Company – The Aeolian Company

Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 

Genre: Folk, World, & Country

Style: Country

Year: 1924

A: The New Market Wreck

Side A recorded 12 September 1924 in New York, NY.

Youtube  https://youtu.be/EZ47SQHeamc

The New Market Train Wreck happened when two Southern Railway passenger trains travelling at great speed collided head on near New Market, Tennessee on Saturday, September 24, 1904, killing at least 56 passengers and crew and injuring 106.

B: The Bald-Headed End of the Broom

Side B recorded 17 September 1924 in New York, NY.

Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica – George Reneau

YouTube https://youtu.be/DhtLhblm0Qc

Vocalion Records, George Reneau: "The Blind Minstrel of the Smoky Mountains." 

 

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