Eddie Peabody - Wizard Of The Banjo mp3 flac
Eddie Peabody - Some Of These Days mp3. A6. Eddie Peabody - Moonlight On The Ganges mp3. A7. Eddie Peabody - Somebody Stole My Gal mp. Watch now Eddie Peabody's video clip of album "The Banjo Wizardry Of Eddie Peabody".
Songs: Eddie Peabody - Some Of These Days 02:03. Eddie Peabody - Somebody Stole My Gal 02:01. Eddie Peabody - Marquita 02:11. Eddie Peabody - Dixie 02:12. Eddie Peabody - Moonlight On The Ganges 02:05. Eddie Peabody - Poet And Peasant Overture 02:12. Eddie Peabody - I Love You 02:18. Eddie Peabody - Dark Eyes 01:55. Eddie Peabody - Indian Love Call 02:26. Eddie Peabody - Waiting For The Robert E. Lee 02:02. Eddie Peabody - At Sundown; Avalon 02:13. Eddie Peabody - My Buddy 02:23.
Performer: Eddie Peabody. Album: Wizard Of The Banjo. Eddie Peabody - Wizard Of The Banjo MP3 version. I Dream Of Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair. B5. Banjo Boogie Beat.
Count: 13. Views: 4. The Banjo Wizardry Of Eddie Peabody tracks. Somebody Stole My Gal. Marquita. Moonlight On The Ganges. Poet And Peasant Overture. I Love You. Dark Eyes. Waiting For The Robert E. Lee. At Sundown; Avalon.
Edwin Ellsworth Peabody, known as Eddie Peabody (February 19, 1902 – November 7, 1970) was an American banjo player, instrument developer and musical entertainer whose career spanned five decades. He was the most famous plectrum banjoist of his era. Born in Reading, Massachusetts, Peabody taught himself to play the violin, mandolin, guitar and banjo while very young.
Re-issued here for the very first time since the 1920's/30's ! Back in those days Eddie Peabody, "King of the Banjo", was a household name and he was synonymous with the banjo. His style is exciting, full of energy and at lightning pace. With gracious permission from Eddie Peabody's son George, I am proud to present the music of the one and only "King of the Banjo", Mr. Eddie Peabody. These rare recordings have never been re-issued and the collection is the "pot of gold at the end of the rainbow" for all fans of Eddie, 1920's Vaudeville and plectrum banjo players alike. Eddie Peabody was not only a superb banjoist but also a great showman who really defined how plectrum banjo could be played "chord melody" style.
|A1||When The Saints Go Marching In|
|A2||Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home|
|A4||Cuddle Up A Little Closer|
|A5||I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)|
|A6||My Gal Sal|
|B1||The Stars And Stripes Forever|
|B3||Old Folks At Home|
|B4||I Dream Of Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair|
|B5||Banjo Boogie Beat|
- Manufactured By – Quality Records Limited
NotesCover: HLP 117
Labels: HLP 117(A)
|HLP 12117||Eddie Peabody||Wizard Of The Banjo (LP, Comp)||Hamilton||HLP 12117||US||Unknown|
|HLP 117||Eddie Peabody||Wizard Of The Banjo (LP, Comp, Mono)||Hamilton||HLP 117||US||Unknown|