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Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter FamilyLulu WallWildwood FlowerPoor Orphan ChildKeep On The Sunny SideGrave On The Green HillsideEngine 143The Little Log Hut In The LaneWorried Man BluesSweet FernWestern HoboWhen The Roses Bloom In DixielandI Never Will MarryWabash CannonballAnchored In LoveGod Gave Noah The Rainbow SignI Ain't Goin' To Work TomorrowDarling Nellie Across The SeaLonesome ValleyI'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue EyesKitty WaltzMy Dixie DarlingLonesome For YouLover's LaneMy Wildwood RoseDying SoldierThe CannonballRiver Of JordanFond AffectionI Have An Aged MotherThe Fate Of Dewey LeeKissing Is A CrimeA Distant Land To RoamHilll Lone & GreyPicture On The WallOh Take Me BackWill You Miss Me When I'm GoneJohn Hardy Was A Desperate Little ManBury Me Under The Weeping WillowSingle Girl Married GirlStorms Are On The OceanMy Home's Across The Blue Ridge MountainsDon't Forget This SongThe Lover's FarewellLittle Darling Pal Of MineCyclone Of Rye CoveLittle MosesJust A Few More DaysMy Clinch Mountain HomeWill My Mother Know Me ThereChewing GumGospel ShipYou Better Let That Liar AloneSinking In The Lonesome SeaLonesome Homesick BluesCannon Ball BluesCarter's BluesJimmie Brown The NewsboyDiamonds In The RoughMeet Me By The Moonlight AloneCan The Circle Be UnbrokenSunshine In The MountainNo Telephone In HeavenNo DepressionLonesome Pine SpecialLittle Log Cabin By The SeaBring Back My Blue Eyed Boy To MeAre You Lonesome TonightFoggy Mountain TopMotherless ChildrenChurch In The WildwoodSunshine In The ShadowsForsaken LoveI Have No One To Love Me (but The Sailor On The Deep Blue Sea)Homestead On The Farm
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Related Information for Carter Family The Carter Family was a country music group that performed and recorded between 1927 and 1943. Their music had a profound impact on later bluegrass, country, pop and rock musicians, as well as on the U.S. folk revival of the 1960s.The original group consisted of Alvin Pleasant Delaney Carter (A.P.; 1891-1960), his wife, Sara Dougherty Carter (autoharp and guitar; 1898-1979), and Maybelle Addington Carter (guitar; 1909-1978). Maybelle Carter (later popularly known as Mother Maybelle Carter.. read more