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    2014 - Priceless! The legendary Red Allen, mandolin notable Frank Wakefield with Pete Kuykendall on banjo and bassist Tom Morgan from WDOTN in Wheaton MD broadcast in 1963.
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  • Deep Elem Blues
  • Somebody Loves You Darling
  • You'll Always Be My Blue Eyed Darling
  • Pistol Packin' Mama
  • Will You Be Satisfied That Way
  • Old Joe Clark
  • Give Me the Flowers While I'm Living
  • I Guess I'll Go On Dreaming
  • I'm Blue and Lonesome Too
  • All I Want Is You
  • Poor Ellen Smith
  • Alone and Forgotten
  • I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye
  • I Thought I'd Never Fall in Love Again
  • Sweet Sunny South
  • I Wonder If You Feel the Way I Do
  • Wayfaring Stranger
  • Little Rosewood Casket
  • Don't Laugh
  • Red Apple Rag
  • I Wouldn't Change You If I Could
  • Sing, Sing, Sing

The Wdon Recordings - 1963

Red Allen; Frank Wakefield & the Kentuckians

SKU: PATUX-CD258

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2014 - Priceless! The legendary Red Allen, mandolin notable Frank Wakefield with Pete Kuykendall on banjo and bassist Tom Morgan from WDOTN in Wheaton MD broadcast in 1963.
More Details

More Details

Exact appearance of new instruments may vary.
  • Deep Elem Blues
  • Somebody Loves You Darling
  • You'll Always Be My Blue Eyed Darling
  • Pistol Packin' Mama
  • Will You Be Satisfied That Way
  • Old Joe Clark
  • Give Me the Flowers While I'm Living
  • I Guess I'll Go On Dreaming
  • I'm Blue and Lonesome Too
  • All I Want Is You
  • Poor Ellen Smith
  • Alone and Forgotten
  • I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye
  • I Thought I'd Never Fall in Love Again
  • Sweet Sunny South
  • I Wonder If You Feel the Way I Do
  • Wayfaring Stranger
  • Little Rosewood Casket
  • Don't Laugh
  • Red Apple Rag
  • I Wouldn't Change You If I Could
  • Sing, Sing, Sing