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Church In The WildwoodSweet FernWestern HoboOh Take Me BackPicture On The WallHilll Lone & GreyA Distant Land To RoamKissing Is A CrimeThe Fate Of Dewey LeeI Have An Aged MotherFond AffectionWill You Miss Me When I'm GoneI'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue EyesWorried Man BluesThe Little Log Hut In The LaneEngine 143Grave On The Green HillsideKeep On The Sunny SidePoor Orphan ChildWildwood FlowerLulu WallLonesome ValleyRiver Of JordanThe CannonballThe Wandering BoyWhen This Evening Sun Goes DownSea Of GalileeWhen The World's On FireThe Wonderful CityThere's Someone Awaiting For MeCoal Miner's BluesWeary Prodigal SonIn The Shadow Of Clinch MountainHe Took A White Rose From Her HairRoom In Heaven For MeOn The Rock Where Moses StoodDying SoldierMy Wildwood RoseLover's LaneLonesome For YouMy Dixie DarlingKitty WaltzJimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter FamilyMy Texas GirlYour Mother Still Prays (For You Jack)Why There's A Tear In My EyeI Can't Feel At Home In This World AnymoreLittle Darling Pal Of MineThe Lover's FarewellDon't Forget This SongMy Home's Across The Blue Ridge MountainsStorms Are On The OceanSingle Girl Married GirlCarter's BluesJimmie Brown The NewsboyHomestead On The FarmCyclone Of Rye CoveLittle MosesCannon Ball BluesLonesome Homesick BluesSinking In The Lonesome SeaYou Better Let That Liar AloneGospel ShipChewing GumWill My Mother Know Me ThereMy Clinch Mountain HomeJust A Few More DaysI Have No One To Love Me (but The Sailor On The Deep Blue Sea)Forsaken LoveSunshine In The ShadowsDiamonds In The RoughBury Me Under The Weeping WillowJohn Hardy Was A Desperate Little ManDarling Nellie Across The SeaI Ain't Goin' To Work Tomorrow
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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