Jim Smoak & the L.A. Honeydrippers | Carolina Boy

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Carolina Boy

by Jim Smoak & the L.A. Honeydrippers

A lively collection of covers and originals recorded in Kentucky, the home of bluegrass music.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Back Home In Indiana
2:46 album only
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2. Carolina Boy
3:45 album only
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3. Goin' Back To Harlan
2:23 album only
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4. Pickin' In The Pokey
3:04 album only
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5. Goodbye Jim
3:07 album only
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6. I'll Fly Away
2:45 album only
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7. Old Shanty Town
3:24 album only
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8. Carolina Home
1:55 album only
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9. Charleston Western Carolina Railroad
2:13 album only
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10. Swing That Pretty Girl Round
2:37 album only
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11. Let The Lower Lights Be Burning
2:59 album only
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12. Leave It Alone
2:26 album only
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13. Steel Goin' Down
3:16 album only
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14. Cookin' In The Kitchen
5:16 album only

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Album Notes
When Bluerass fans first heard the solid, tasteful banjo backup on Bill Monroe's "Close By" and "Put My Little Shoes Away" back in 1954, they might have jumped for joy for it was indeed a Carolina boy providing that crisp banjo sound!

Today Jim Smoak brings us a wonderful sampler of his masterful talent as a songwriter and banjoist. Whether it is the sincerity of a tribute to the great Jim McReynolds or the juanty cleverness of "Pickin In The Pokey," Jm Smoak still performs with energy and clarity.

(Written by Kinney Rorrer--Roanoke, Virginia)
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