- Performer:Jack Carter And His Fiddle
- Title:Black Mountain Music (I Like Mountain Music) / Five Foot Two
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The Dillards, Music Flow, My Music, Bluegrass Music, Mountain Music, The 10, Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, Music Games. Music legend Ralph Stanley looks back on his six decades in what most call bluegrass but what he prefers to call "old time mountain music.
In the black heart of coal country, malevolent spirits and unearthly creatures slip from the shadows into the minds and hearts of men. Young women, twisted by pain, call for love and revenge by the light of the moon. A dead dog by the side of the road is more than it seems. Ralph Stanley and His Clinch Mountain Boys - Oh, Death.
Black Mountain is a Canadian psychedelic rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia. The band is composed of Stephen McBean, Amber Webber, Matt Camirand, Jeremy Schmidt and Joshua Wells. Since forming in 2004, Black Mountain has released five LPs, Black Mountain (2005), In the Future (2008), Wilderness Heart (2010), IV (2016) and Destroyer (2019); two EPs and a number of singles, mostly on the Jagjaguwar label.
Mountain Music Lyrics: You see that mountain over there? Yeah?, Well, one of these days I'm going to climb that mountain, Oh, play me some mountain music, Like grandma and grandpa used to play, Then. Drift away like Tom Sawyer, ride a raft with old Huck Finn Take a nap like Rip Van Winkle, daze dreaming again.
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The band’s songs are often very long and have been known to reach past the ten minute mark. Songs like Mary Lou drone off into long jam sessions, but every moment of it is unique and interesting.
It seems like mountain songs come from two places: the South, the home of original mountain music, and the West, where bands are either singing about Colorado or are from Colorado. Of course, there are plenty of exceptions, but the majority of iconic songs about mountains tend to fall in one of those two categories.
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|A||Black Mountain Music (I Like Mountain Music)
Written-By – Frank Weldon
|B||Five Foot Two
Written-By – Ray Henderson
- Fiddle – Jack Carter
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 112-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 112B
|112||Jack Warner With Jack Carter And The The Black Mountain Boys||Jack Warner With Jack Carter And The The Black Mountain Boys - Black Mountain Music (I Like Mountain Music) / Five Foot Two (Shellac, 10")||Black Mountain Records||112||US||Unknown|