Spring Fed Records, the in-house record label of the Arts Center of Cannon County, is pleased to announce it’s recent digitization of ten old timey records that were previously unavailable online.
These releases are now available for free streaming or digital download for $9.99.
Titles uploaded include works from: J.T. Perkins, W.L. Gregory & Clyde Davenport, The Perry County Music Makers, Sam McGee & Bill Lowery, The North Fork Rounders, Clayton McMichen, Frazier Moss, Fiddlin’ Doc Roberts, Norman Edwards, Vernon Solomon, The Missouri Corn Dodgers, a super-group comprised of a combination of artists including J.T. Perkins and Roy Crawford, and a compilation of fiddlers from the Tennessee Valley.
All artists added are originally from Davis Unlimited Records, a deceased label that sold it’s catalog to the Arts Center in 2003.
In edition, Spring Fed has added the second volume of their affordable Cream of the Crop compilation series. Cream of the Crop was released with the goal of bringing music-lovers the best of the Spring Fed catalog for a low, attainable price. Five dollars will get you over twenty-five songs of wonderful, old-timey Southern music.