Texas Hobart

Member Since: 2/27/2004
Total Mixes: 67
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Cassette | Mixed Genre
CD | Blues
CD | Blues
CD | Mixed Genre

Blue Blades of sorrow and Despair

Artist Song
Mike Seeger  I am a man of constant sorrow 
Johnny Mac  Worried Man Blues 
The Greenbriar Boys  At the End of a Long, Lonely Day 
Ralph Stanley And The Clinch Mountain Boys  Lonesome River 
The Country Gentelmen  The Story of Charlie Lawson 
Pine Tree String Band  Unquiet Grave 
The Old Reliable String Band  Sad and Lonesome Day 
Josh Crowe  Born To Lose 
Wally Fowler and his Georgia Clodhoppers  Just Thirteen Steps away 
Continental Divide  In Despair 
Demolition String Band  Undone in Sorrow 
Don Reno & Charlie Moore  Highway Of Sorrow 
New Tradition  Always Have The Blues 
Clayton McMichen  Grave In The Pines 
Bill Monroe  Wayfaring Stranger 
Junior Brown & Ralph Stanley  Stone Walls and Steel Bars 
Tim O'Brien and Darrell Scott  Weary Blues from Waiting 
The Seldom Scene  Highway Of Pain 
Doc Watson  And I Am Born to Die 
Fred Cockerham  When Sorrows Encompass Me 'Round 
The Osborne Brothers  Here Today And Gone Tomorrow 
The Lilly Brothers and Don Stover  'Neath That Cold Grey Tomb of Stone 
Norman Blake and Tony Rice  Last Train from Poor Valley 
Camp Creek Boys  The Lonesome Road 
Jim And Jesse  Standing At The End Of My World 
Ralph Stanley  Highway Of Regret 


I'm not the kind of person that excepts hopelessness.I like to figure things out.Most of these songs are hopeless and sad and that is why they made it on this c.d..I always feel better after listening to this.
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Date: 6/6/2008
Ah, I wondered why I liked this so much, and then I looked at the mixer. Another classic.
Funky Ratchet
Date: 6/6/2008
Ralph Stanley, Bill Monroe, Doc Watson...fantastic, just as I've come to expect!
Date: 6/7/2008
Awesome... as usual.
Date: 6/8/2008
Great, great stuff. Love the Bill Monroe, Seldom Scene, Blake/Rice and Stanley picks especially. Poor lamb...
avocado rabbit
Date: 6/12/2008
Happy to see that hopelesness and sorrow is not constant, and the mix is very nicely selected.