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Doc Roberts, Asa Martin - Old Buzzard flac album

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Performer: Doc Roberts
Title: Old Buzzard
Released: 2004
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.5 ✦

Fiddle – Doc RobertsGuitar – Asa Martin. Fiddle, Vocals – Henry L. Bandy. B6. –Ted Gossett's String Band.

The first of three Fiddlin' Doc Roberts collections released by Document in 1999 opens with the scratchiest artifacts in his entire discography. This comes as no surprise, as not only are rural 78-rpm records notorious for having been worn down by blunted needles (or improvised styli in the form of modified safety pins), but tracks one through seven were recorded using the old acoustic horn process.

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1 Old Buzzard 2:35

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  • Manufactured By – Sanyo Laser Products
  • Copyright (c) – Starr-Gennett Foundation


Recorded in Richmond, Indiana in August, 1927.
Transferred from original 78 rpm disc Champion 15449 (on which label the artist is given under the pseudonym "Fiddlin' Jim Burke").
Doc Roberts' image courtesy of Berea College's Southern Appalachian Archives.