Sounds of the South
Instrumental segment of "Long Hard Ride" by the Marshall Tucker Band featuring Charlie Daniels on the fiddle. This recording is from the remastered CD "Anthology: The First 30 Years," though the song was originally released in June 1976 on the album "Long Hard Ride."
Sound recording of a South Carolinian imitating a memorable field holler from his hometown. Field hollers such as this were often used to signal the end of the work day among slaves.
Omar Sharriff plays a Homecoming Concert in Marshall, Texas, the Birthplace of Boogie Woogie, where he grew up as David Alexander Elam. It was Omar's first time to return to Marshall after an absence of 55 years.
A clip from Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Rambler's Sweet Sunny South (1929) exemplifying the unique blend of banjo, guitar, and fiddle in an old time string band.