KUSF In Exile 10.25.11 11-Midnight Barn Dance DJ Wrong Side of the road Joe

A barn dance is any kind of dance held in a barn, but usually involves traditional or folk music with traditional dancing. It is a type of dance, originating in America and popular in Britain in the late 19th century and early 20th, derived from Schottische. Folk dancing events are often also referred to as "barn dances", despite being held in locations other than barns.

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Smokey Wood and his Modern Mountaineers - Dirty Dog Blues 1937, San Antonio, Tx.

Lloyd Glenn - Honky Tonk Train Blues 1951, Los Angeles (born in San Antonio, 1909)
Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Boogie Uproar 1953, Houston
Lightnin' Hopkins - Lightnin' Jump 1955, Houston
Clifton Chenier - Falksy Girl 1977, New Orleans (born in Opelousas, La. 1925)
Nathan Abshire - French Blues 1950's probably Lake Charles, La.

Tarheel Slim - So Sweet Sweet (Alden "Allen" Bunn, born in Bailey, N.C. , 1924)
Tarheel Slim - No Time at All 1973 Trix Rec.s
Hubert Sumlin - Evil (born in Greenwood, MS,1931)
Hubert Sumlin - This is the End, Little Girl

Ray Charles - Swanee River (born in Albany, Ga. 1930)
Albert Nicholas - Les Ognes (born in New Orleans, 1900,died in Basle, Switzerland, 1973)
Sonnyboy Williamson - Little Village Chicago, 1957 (born in Glendora, MS, 1899)

Charlie Patton - Hang It on the Wall Feb. 1934, New York City (born in Edwards, MS 1887, died in Indianola MS April 1934)
Snooks Eaglin - Country Boy Down in New Orleans late 1950's New Orleans
Robert Pete Williams - Goin' Thru the Bushes Like a Turkey Again Paris 1979 (born in Zachary, La., 1914, died in Rosedale, La., 1980)
Henry Thomas - Old Country Stomp Chicago, 1928 aka "Ragtime Texas" guitar/cane quills (Panpipes) ....(born in Big Sandy, Tx., 1874)

Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers - Viola Lee Blues 1928, Memphis, (born in Red Banks MS, 1885/'85?)

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