Kentucky Mountain Boys - He Carved His Mother's Name Upon The Tree / 'Tis Home Because Mother's There download album
- Performer: Kentucky Mountain Boys
- Title: He Carved His Mother's Name Upon The Tree / 'Tis Home Because Mother's There
- Genre: Country - World
- Formats: MP2 VOC MP3 AAC RA VQF APE
- Style: Country
- MP3 album: 1881 mb
- FLAC album: 1756 mb
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Kentucky Mountain Boys (2). He Carved His Mother's Name Upon The Tree, 'Tis Home Because Mother's There (Shellac, 10"). Supertone (5). S2029.
Ah! little did we think, when last We met in sad emotion, That he'd find his fate on the blast, His grave in the depths of ocean: And many a lonely year has fled, Since sadly here we parted, And the willow tree is sear and dead, And I am broken-hearted. Poems by Charles Mackay : 16, 85. prev.
Once upon a time, there were two mice – cousins. One lived in the town and the other in the country. The town mouse was a very superior mouse, who thought that living in the town was far better than living the country. So one day, he invited his country cousin to stay with him in his town house and experience the civilized lifestyle of the town. They sat down to a meal, which to the country mouse was a feast. Goodness me he said. If I was in the country, I would be having only simple bread and cheese in the quiet of my peaceful home. Suddenly, there was a loud noise at the door. In the evening, he relaxes at home in front of the fire with a good book to read. At weekends, he goes for long walks in the fields with his dog. Unfortunately, life is not as simple as stories make it. A lot of today’s ‘town mice’ such as Maria would be happy to live in the country.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial is centered around a sculpture carved into the granite face of Mount Rushmore in the Black Hills in Keystone, South Dakota. Sculptor Gutzon Borglum created the sculpture's design and oversaw the project's execution from 1927 to 1941 with the help of his son Lincoln Borglum. The sculpture features the 60-foot (18 m) heads of Presidents George Washington (1732–1799), Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919), and Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865).
My Old Kentucky Home. 60. My Own Native Land. O soft he trills his ev'ning song, By breezes borne along, A sudden feeling o'er me creeps, As I listen to his song. 3. It calls to mind the old, old home, so many miles away, With long-lost friends I have oft-times heard Him sing his ev'ning la. .Mary had a little lamb. Long may the tree in his banner that glances, Flourish, the shelter and grace of our line. Heav'n send it happy dew, Earth lend it sap anew; Gaily to burgeon, and broadly to grow; While ev'ry highland glen Sends our shout back again, "Roderigh Vich Alpine dhu, ho! ieroe!" 2. : Ours is no sapling, chance-sown by the fountain, Blooming at Beltane, in winter to fade; When the whirlwind has stripp'd ev'ry leaf on the mountain, The more shall Clan Alpine exult in her shade.
He perked his ears And winked his eye And twitched his little nose; He shook his tail- What tail he had- And stood up on his toes. I must be gone before the sun; The East is growing gray; "Tis almost time for bells to chime. So he hippety-hopped away.
|A||He Carved His Mother's Name Upon The Tree|
|B||'Tis Home Because Mother's There|
- Manufactured By – Brunswick Radio Corporation
- Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Robert A. Gardner
- Mandolin [Uncredited] – Lester McFarland
- Vocals [Uncredited], Harmonica [Uncredited] – Lester McFarland (tracks: B)
NotesBoth sides recorded 3 May 1927 in New York, NY.
Side A matrix no. E-22880.
Side B matrix no. E-22895.
Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): Ƨ-2029
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): Ƨ-2029-