Friday, August 7, 2015

Buck Wilson and His Rangers (Vocal: Arthur Fields)

Arthur Fields, circa 1920.  George Grantham Bain Collection (credit to Shorpy for original post)

Arthur Fields isn't mentioned on the label, but Tom Russell's book lists him as the vocalist.  Also issued as Diva 3129-G.

Velvet Tone 2129-V
Year: 1930
Label location: New York
Pressed by: Columbia

In Dear Old Tennessee (where someone waits for me)

When It's Springtime In The Rockies

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1 comment:

Mellow said...

Arthur Fields recorded a lot of stereo type "hillbilly" songs and related material for numerous labels during the early 1930s. Most of them songs were cut with Fred Hall's orchestra under different names. Rex Cole's Mountaineers, Jesse Younger, Sam Cole's Cornhuskers were some of them.