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Lonnie Glosson

b. 14 February 1908, Judsonia, White County, Arkansas, USA, d. 2 March 2001, Arkansas, USA. One of country music’s greatest harmonica players but also a talented guitarist. His mother, Cora, taught him to play the harmonica as a child and in 1926, he made his radio debut on the KMOX station in St. Louis. He hoboed his way around for the next four years playing and singing at numerous venues, before he became a cast member of WLS Chicago’s National Barn Dance in 1930. After a few years, he moved to the WWVA Wheeling Jamboree until his wanderlust saw him move to another station, a practice he continued throughout the 30s. In the early 40s, he was at WHAS Louisville, where he worked with Molly O’Day on theEarly Morning Frolic. When she moved to Wheeling, he spent some time starring on theRenfro Valley Barn Dance, and worked with the Lilly Brothers and Fiddling Burk Barbour in the Smiling Mountain Boys, before rejoining O’Day in Knoxville, Tennessee. In 1947, she made the first recording of Glosson’s sacred song ‘Matthew 24’. Glosson had written the song, which predicted the second coming, in the mid-30s and had sung it himself on various stations. O’Day and her husband Lynn Davis’ noted duet recording of Glosson’s ‘Don’t Forget The Family Prayer’ also became very popular with their fans. Glosson also sometimes appeared with his brother and sister, Buck and Esther, who were also entertainers. In 1948, Glosson began a long association with fellow harmonica player Wayne Raney, which generated the country chart-topper ‘Why Don’t You Haul Off And Love Me’. They presented radio programmes together that sold harmonicas and tuition books. It has been estimated that, from the late 40s through to the mid-50s, several million harmonicas were sold through this radio advertising. After 1956, Glosson mainly confined his performing to special matinee shows in schools all over the south and Midwest, a practice he continued into the 80s. He incorporated words of wisdom of the dangers of drink and drugs and generally proved popular not only with his audiences but also with the Education authorities. Glosson made his first solo recordings for ARC in 1932, which included his noted ‘Lonnie’s Fox Chase’ and the bluesy styled recitation ‘Arkansas Hard Luck’. He also recorded for Mercury Records (1949), Decca Records (1950) and later in the 50s, he recorded instrumentals and vocals on the Acme label, including the semi-talkie ‘The Old Dutchman’s Prayer’. He also played on some of Raney’s King Records recordings. In the 70s, he made further recordings on Raney’s Rimrock label and in 1980, the two old friends reunited to record an album.
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Black & White Hillbilly Music

1. Chased Old Satan Through The Door

2. Likes Likker Better Than Me

3. Bake That Chicken Pie

4. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home

5. Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party

6. Just Because

7. Mobile County Blues

8. My Bones Gonna Rise Again

11. Drifting Along

12. Dissatisfied

13. Wishing

14. Running Around

15. Ammend La Nouville A Mamere

17. Lonnies Fox Chase

18. Huskin' Bee

19. Think A Little

20. Get Away From That Window

21. How Many Biscuits Can You Eat

22. Ham Beats All Meat

23. John Henry

24. My Wife Died Friday Night

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Track List: Hillbilly Boogie

Disc 1

1. Travelling Boogie

2. Freight Train Boogie

3. Streamliner Boogie

4. Pan American Boogie

5. Louisiana Boogie

6. Tennessee Boogie

7. Tennessee Boogie

8. Georgia Boogie

9. Texas Boogie

10. Mississippi Boogie

11. Oakie Boogie

12. Dixieland Boogie

13. Kentucky Waltz Boogie

14. Mobile Boogie

15. Colorado Boogie

16. Fort Worth Boogie

17. Waxahachie Boogie Woogie Dishwasher Boy

18. Del Rio Boogie

19. Downtown Boogie

21. North Pole Boogie

22. Three Way Boogie

23. Smokey Mountain Boogie

24. Humble Road Boogie

25. Peach Tree Street Boogie

Disc 2

1. I've Got The Boogie Blues

2. Pretty Baby Boogie

3. Slick Chick Boogie

4. Mother-In-Law Boogie

5. Mean Mama Boogie

6. Jesse James Boogie

7. Old MacDonald Boogie

8. Baby Buggie Boogie

9. George's Playhouse Boogie

10. Long Tom Boogie

11. Jack & Jill Boogie

12. Boogie Woogie Lou

14. Boogie Woogie Blues

15. Rip Ramsey Boogie

16. Richey Boogie

17. Porky's Boogie Woogie On Strings

18. T. Texas Boogie

19. Paper Boy Boogie

20. Cowboy Boogie

21. Lost John Boogie

22. Merle's Boogie Woogie

23. Bennie Hess Boogie

24. G.I. Boogie

Disc 3

1. Boogie Man Boogie

2. Boogie Woogie

3. Boog-Boog Boogie

4. Super Boogie Woogie

5. Boogie Woogie In The Village

6. Doin' The Boogie Woogie

7. Hillbilly Boogie

8. Boogie Barn Dance

9. Dream Band Boogie

10. Hayride Boogie

11. Boogie Woogie On A Saturday Night

13. Hillbilly Boogie

14. Green Tree Boogie

15. No Shoes Boogie

16. Shufflin' Shoes Boogie

17. Juke Box Boogie

18. Juke Box Boogie

19. Boogie Woogie Baby

20. Boogie Woogie Gal

21. Cornbread Boogie

22. Catfish Boogie

23. Goatburger Boogie

24. Sundown Boogie

25. Alarm Clock Boogie

Disc 4

1. Crazy About The Boogie

2. Crazy Boogie

3. Crazy Baby Boogie

4. Guitar Boogie

5. Mandolin Boogie

7. Piano Pete's Boogie

8. Banjo Boogie

9. Be Bop Boogie

10. Real Hot Boogie

11. Red Hot Boogie

12. Hula Boogie

13. The Shotgun Boogie

14. Hot Rod Shotgun Boogie #2

15. Doghouse Boogie

16. Dirty Boogie

17. Snake Dance Boogie

18. Rhumba Boogie

19. Hadacol Boogie

20. Playboy Boogie

21. Hesitation Boogie

22. New Broom Boogie

23. Hangman Boogie

24. Mule Boogie

25. I'm Too Old To Boogie Anymore

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