Performer: Grandpa Jones and His Grandchildren; Grandpa Jones Writer: Hank Snow. Vocal; with String Band. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 3137-1-TS - VLD Catalog number: 930-AA
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A. Jennie, Get Your Hoe Cakes Done Songwriter – Grandpa Jones. AA. The Golden Songwriter.
Jennie Get the Hoe Cakes Done. 4. What'll I Do With the Baby-O. 6. You Done Me Mean and Hateful. Country Gospel Masters: Grandpa Jones & the Brown's Ferry Four. Good Old Mountain Dew (Live). The Best of the Best: Grandpa Jones. An American Original.
LyricsJenny Get Your Hoe Cakes. Download now. English.
Goodbye Reb. Gooseberry Pie. Got to Do. Grandfather's Clock. Jennie Get The Hoe Cakes Done. Jenny Get Your Hoe Cakes. Just Over In Glory Land. Just Over In The Glory Land. Just Over in the Gloryland. Keep on the Firing Line. When the Jones' Get Together. You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet. You and My Old Guitar. You Didn't Have To Leave Me.
Grandpa Jones - Jennie Get The Hoe Cakes Done 02:34. Grandpa Jones - What'll I Do With The Baby-O 02:41. Grandpa Jones - Melinda 02:41. Grandpa Jones - You Done Me Mean And Hateful 02:44. Grandpa Jones - The Rain Is Still Falling 02:33. Grandpa Jones - Grandpa's Getting Married Again 02:44. Grandpa Jones - Stay In The Wagon Yard 02:47. Grandpa Jones - Hello Blues 02:05. Grandpa Jones - Fix Me a Pallet 02:33. Grandpa Jones Remembers The Brown's Ferry Four - Grandpa Jones. Strictly Country Tunes - Grandpa Jones. An American Original - Grandpa Jones.
His father was a fiddle player, and his mother was a ballad singer. In 1931, Jones joined the Pine Ridge String Band, which provided the musical accompaniment for the very popular Lum and Abner show. By 1935 his pursuit of a musical career took him to WBZ (AM) radio in Boston, Massachusetts where he met musician/songwriter Bradley Kincaid, who gave him the nickname "Grandpa" because of his off-stage grumpiness at early-morning radio shows. Jones liked the name and decided to create a stage persona based around it. Later in life, he lived in Mountain View, Arkansas. Old Rattler's Treed Again.