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Singin' & Pickin' (Remastered 2014)

The Johnson Boys

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Strontium Ninety
The Johnson Boys
1:47
2
Hard Drive
The Johnson Boys
2:11
3
Scarlet Town
The Johnson Boys
2:56
4
South Australia
The Johnson Boys
1:47
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Five Round Stones
The Johnson Boys
3:55
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Boil Them Cabbage Down
The Johnson Boys
1:42
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Oxdriver
The Johnson Boys
2:44
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Bobby Campbell
The Johnson Boys
3:35
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Asheville Junction
The Johnson Boys
3:02
10
Come Along Julie
The Johnson Boys
2:58
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Little Girl
The Johnson Boys
2:39
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Johnson Boys
The Johnson Boys
2:02
Total Playing Time    31:18
This is a rare 1963 folk album from the Johnson Boys, named after the three musicians' favourite folk ballad (included here). Not to be confused with another bluegrass group called the Johnson Mountain Boys who came along a decade later. This album is subtitled The 1963 Campus Folk Favorites, as the liner notes state, this was intended to be "the new music of the young adults" of the era.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Bethlehem Records Studio Masters

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