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Hylo Brown and The Timberliners

Hylo Brown recorded seven albums for Rural Rhythm Records in the late 60’s with Lee Sutton as producer. Hylo Brown & The Timberliners was the first of the seven albums and was originally released in 1967. Uncle Jim O’Neal, creator of Rural Rhythm Records, was the architect behind Hylo Brown performing all the standard traditional songs that have been handed down through the generations on these seven classic albums.

After recording seven albums for Rural Rhythm Records Hylo‘s recordings became fewer and news of him was hard-to-find. He broke up his band and retired from the road in the 1980’s and eventually passed away on February 2, 2003.

TRACKS:
1. PICTURE FROM LIFE’S OTHER SIDE (3:39)
2. LITTLE BUNCH OF ROSES (2:32)
3. GREAT HISTORICAL BUM (1:40)
4. BANJO SIGNAL (:44)
5. BRING A LITTLE WATER SYLVIE (1:31)
6. BLUE TAIL FLY (2:08)
7. WEEPING WILLOW (1:58)
8. WEDNESDAY NIGHT WALTZ (1:53)
9. GROUND HOG (1:58)
10. LONESOME ROAD BLUES (2:08)
11. THE PICTURE ON THE WALL (2:30)
12. LEFT MY GAL IN THE MOUNTAINS (1:41)
13. SWEET FERN (2:26)
14. BANJO ON THE MOUNTAIN (1:45)
15. SAME OLD TALE (2:14)
16. BROWN EYES (2:40)
17. WALKING CANE (2:08)
18. FIVE STRING ROCK (1:02)
19. HANDSOME MOLLY (1:23)
20. THE HOBO SWEETHEART (2:21)
Musicians:

HYLO BROWN – Guitar, Lead Vocal
JACK CASEY – Guitar
ROSS BRANHAM – 5-String Banjo
JOHN MAULTBAY – Fiddle
DANNY MILHON – Dobro Guitar
DICK BRICKLESS – Acoustic Bass

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Hylo Brown – Legends & Tall Tales

Frank Brown earned the nickname “Hylo” because of his considerable vocal range that became his trademark. Born in 1922 in Johnson County, KY, which also became the birthplace of Loretta Lynn, Brown had thoroughly absorbed the music indigenous to his Appalachian home.

In 1957, Brown joined Flatt & Scruggs, becoming a featured vocalist with the duo’s Foggy Mountain Boys. Hylo Brown released his first album in 1958 on Capitol Records and it remains a traditional bluegrass classic album.

Hylo Brown recorded seven albums for Rural Rhythm Records in the late 60’s with Lee Sutton as producer. Available for the first time on CD, Legends & Tall Tales was the third of the seven albums and was originally released in 1967. Uncle Jim O’Neal, creator of Rural Rhythm Records, was the architect behind Hylo Brown performing all the standard traditional songs that have been handed down through the generations on these seven classic albums.

TRACKS:
1. MOLE IN THE GROUND
2. ESCAPE OF JENNIE WILEY
3. AIN’T WE CRAZY
4. PRETTY FAIR MAIDEN
5. CLOUDS GONNA ROLL AWAY
6. SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE
7. LITTLE BROWN JUG
8. HE NEVER CAME BACK
9. BLACK EYED SUSIE
10. HANG OUT THE FRONT DOOR KEY
11. THE LITTLE SHIRT MOTHER MADE FOR ME
12. WAGONER’S LAD
13. CROSSED-EYED NANCY JANE
14. THE OLD ARM CHAIR
15. HOME SWEET HOME
16. CRAZY FOOL
17. SINGLE GIRL
18. MAGGIE
19. LEGEND OF ROBIN RED BREAST
20. HALLELUJAH I’M A BUM

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Hylo Brown & The Blue Ridge Mountain Boys

Hylo Brown “20 Old-Time Favorites are late-’60s recordings by this early bluegrass and country music institution, and although he had already been playing professionally for three decades, Hylo Brown sounds neither worn out nor unenthusiastic about doing things the old-fashioned way…Listeners who enjoy country music, old-timey, or bluegrass should check out this artist if they haven’t discovered him already.” (ALL MUSIC GUIDE)

The Martin And The Coys; Down The Road Of Life; The Last Mile Of The Way; Nobody’s Darling On Earth; What It Means To Be Lonesome; Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail; Trouble In Mind; Frankie And Johnnie; Intoxicated Rat; Ace In The Hole; An Old Rocking Chair; In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree; Somebody Is Waiting For You; Diamond In The Rough; Mary Don’t Go; Prisoner’s Dream; Just A Rose Will Do; If You Don’t Like Your Uncle Sammy; Darling Nelly Across The Sea; Budded Roses ALL MUSIC GUIDE 4 Star Rating

TRACKS:
1. The Martin And The Coys
2. Down The Road Of Life
3. The Last Mile Of The Way
4. Nobody’s Darling On Earth
5. What It Means To Be Lonesome
6. Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
7. Trouble In Mind
8. Frankie And Johnnie
9. Intoxicated Rat
10. Ace In The Hole
11. An Old Rocking Chair
12. In The Shade Of Old Apple Tree
13. Somebody Is Waiting For You
14. Diamond In The Rough
15. Mary Don’t Go
16. Prisoner’s Dream
17. Just A Rose Will Do
18. If You Don’t Like Your Uncle Sammy
19. Darlin’ Nelly Across The Sea
20. Budded Roses

(Hylo Brown – Guitar & Vocal;
Roy Ross – Mandolin;
Dale Brotheingon – 5 String Banjo;
Charles Ross – Acoustic Bass;
Sid Campbell – Dobro Guitar)

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