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Mac Wiseman

Famed for his clear and mellow tenor voice, Mac Wiseman recorded with many great bluegrass bands, including those of Molly O'Day, Flatt & Scruggs, Bill Monroe, and the Osborne Brothers; his command of traditional material made him much in demand by bluegrass and folk fans alike. Wiseman was born in Crimora, Virginia and grew up influenced by traditional and religious music and such radio stars as Montana Slim Carter. Wiseman started out working as a radio announcer in Harrisonburg in 1944. At the same time he worked as a singer with Buddy Starcher. He later formed his own group and continued performing with others, including Molly O'Day and Flatt & Scruggs, through the '40s. In 1949, he recorded a single, "Travelin' Down This Lonesome Road," with Bill Monroe. By the '50s, Wiseman was again leading his own band.

Possessing one of the best tenor voices in bluegrass, Wiseman differed from Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs in that he usually sang alone, with little or no harmonizing. His band also employed two fiddles to play contemporary songs such as Speedy Krise's "Goin' Like Wildfire," as well as adaptations of standards such as the Carter Family's "Wonder How the Old Folks Are at Home" and Mac & Bob's "'Tis Sweet to Be Remembered." With the Country Boys, a band that featured such pioneering musicians as Eddie Adcock and Scott Stoneman, Wiseman recorded many popular local singles, and had his first national Top 10 hit with his version of "The Ballad of Davy Crockett." The song's success steered Wiseman away from bluegrass and more towards pop and country. In 1957, he began recording for Dot; he had a few major successes for the label with such songs as "Jimmy Brown the Newsboy" before moving to Capitol in 1962, where he recorded both country and bluegrass tunes. He began working for Wheeling's WWVA Jamboree in 1965, and also began to play at bluegrass festivals; over the next three decades, he became one of the most popular performers on the circuit.

Wiseman moved to Nashville in 1969 and signed with RCA Victor. His first -- and only -- hit for the label was the Top 40 novelty tune "If I Had Johnny's Cash and Charley's Pride." While at RCA, he also recorded three well-received bluegrass albums with Lester Flatt. From the mid-'70s on, Wiseman concentrated on bluegrass, becoming a fixture at festivals and releasing a series of records on independent records that ran into the '90s. In 1992, Wiseman narrated the documentary High Lonesome, a chronicle of bluegrass music, and in 1993 was inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame. Wiseman stayed active into the 21st century, releasing eight albums on Music Hill between 2001 and 2005, including 2003's The Lost Album, drawn from sessions done in 1964 for Capitol. A duets album with John Prine, Standard Songs for Average People, appeared from Prine's Oh Boy Records in 2007, with a trio of independently released albums, Old Likker in a New Jug, Waiting for the Boys to Come Home, and Bluegrass Tradition arriving in 2008. ~ Sandra Brennan & David Vinopal & Steve Leggett
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Selected Discography

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Track List: I Sang The Song (Life Of The Voice With A Heart)

1. The Guitar (Feat. Sierra Hull & Justin Moses)

2. Somewhere Bound (Feat. Buddy Melton, Milan Miller & Andrea Zohn)

3. The Wheat Crop (Feat. Junior Sisk, Sonya Isaacs Yeary & Becky Isaacs Bowman)

4. Barefoot Till After The Frost (Feat. Jim Lauderdale)

5. Manganese Mine (Feat. Shawn Camp)

6. Three Cows And Two Horses (Feat. Buddy Melton, Milan Miller & Andrea Zohn)

7. Simple Math (Feat. Jim Lauderdale)

8. Crimore Church Of The Brethren (Feat. Junior Sisk & Ronnie Bowman)

9. Going Back To Bristol (Feat. Shawn Camp)

10. I Sang The Song (Feat. John Prine)

11. Tis Sweet To Be Remembered (Feat. Alison Krauss)

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Track List: Songs From My Mother's Hand

1. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues

2. The Wreck Of The Number Nine

3. You're A Flower Blooming In The Wildwood (Feat. Sierra Hull)

4. Old Rattler

5. When It's Lamp Lighting Time In The Valley

6. Answer To Weeping Willow

7. The Eastbound Train

8. Put My Little Shoes Away

9. Answer To Great Speckled Bird

10. Little Rosewood Casket

11. I Heard My Mother Call My Name In Prayer

12. Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown

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Track List: Great Folk Ballads

2. Little Moses

3. The Baggage Coach Ahead

4. The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band

5. I've Got No Use For Women

6. Jimmy Brown The Newsboy

7. Barbara Allen

8. The Preacher And The Bear

9. Just Tell Them That You Saw Me

10. The Wildwood Flower

11. The Wreck Of The Old '97

12. Driftwood On The River

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Track List: Fire In My Heart - The Songs Of Mac Wiseman

1. Fire In My Heart

2. You're The Girl Of My Dreams

3. Keep On The Sunny Side

4. I Saw Your Face In The Moon

5. The Little Old Church In The Valley

6. Dark As A Dungeon

7. My Little Home In Tennessee

8. These Hands

9. Thinkin' About You

10. Teenage Hangout

11. Gone

12. Fire Ball Mail

13. Waiting For The Boys

14. I Haven't Got The Right To Love You

15. The Meanest Blues In The World

16. One Mint Julep

17. Camptown Races

18. I'm Eatin' High On The Hog

19. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett

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Track List: The Voice With A Heart

1. Mansion On A Hill

2. If Teardrops Were Pennies

3. Blues In My Mind

4. Traveling Blues

5. That Old Rocking Chair

6. Just Because

7. Have I Told You Lately (That I Love You)

8. You Are My Sunshine

10. Don't Make Me Go To Bed

11. Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello

12. The Last Letter

13. I'd Trade All Of My Tomorrows

15. No One Will Ever Know

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Track List: Mac Wiseman Plays Bluegrass Classics

1. You Are My Sunshine

2. Just Because

3. The Wreck Of The Old '97

4. Have I Told You Lately (That I Love You)

5. Let's Live A Little Bit Before We Say Goodbye

6. If Teardrops Were Pennies

7. No One Will Ever Know

8. The Great Speckled Bird

9. I'd Trade All My Tomorrows

10. That Silver Haired Daddy

11. The Old Spinning Wheel

12. Letter Edged In Black

13. Picture From Life's Other Side

14. Remembering

15. That Old Rocking Chair

16. Tramp On The Street

17. Wedding Bells

18. Silver Thread Among The Gold

19. Mansion On A Hill

20. The Last Letter

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Track List: I Hear You Knocking

1. Crazy Blues

2. Danger! Heartbreak Ahead

3. Hold Fast To The Right

4. You'd Better Wake Up

5. The Kentuckian Song

6. When I Get The Money Made

7. Did You Stop To Pray This Morning

8. I Hear You Knocking

9. Rainbow In The Valley

10. Camptown Races

12. Whispering Hope

13. Dark As A Dungeon

14. Remembering

15. Does Jesus Care

16. Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown

17. I Want To Be Loved

18. It Is No Secret

19. My Little Home In Tennessee

20. Let Me Borrow Your Heart For Just Tonight

21. These Hands

22. Each Ring Of The Hammer

23. I'm Eatin' High On The Hog

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Track List: You're Sweeter Than Honey

1. Little White Church

2. I'm A Stranger

3. It Is Sweet To Be Remembered

4. Are You Coming Back To Me

5. I Still Write Your Name In The Sand

6. Four Walls Around Me

7. Georgia Waltz

8. Dreaming Of A Little Cabin

9. You're The Girl Of My Dreams

10. Six More Miles

11. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At

12. Going To See My Baby

13. It's Goodbye And So Long To You

14. Fire In My Heart

15. Waiting For The Boys

16. I'd Rather Live By The Side Of You

17. Shackles And Chains

18. Goin' Like Wildfire

19. You're Sweeter Than Honey

20. Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die

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Track List: Bluegrass 1971

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Track List: I'll Still Write Your Name In The Sand

1. The Meanest Blues In The World

2. Be Good Baby

3. I'm Waiitng For Ships That Never Come

4. One Mint Julep

5. Hey Mister Bluesman

6. Step It Up And Go

7. Sundown

8. Gone

9. Teenage Hangout

10. Because We Are Young

11. Shame, Shame, Shame

12. I'll Still Write Your Name In The Sand

13. It Is Sweet To Be Remembered

14. Promise Of Things To Come

15. Thinkin' About You

16. Put Me In Your Pocket

17. When The Work's All Done This Fallows

18. Beside The Still Waters

19. How Great Thou Art

20. Just A Closer Walk With Thee

21. Standing Somewhere In The Shadows

22. When God Dips His Love In My Hear

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Track List: Keep On The Sunny Side

1. Love Letters In The Sand (2009)

2. I Haven't Got The Right To Love You (2009)

3. Keep On The Sunny Side (2009)

4. Reveille In Heaven 2009)

5. Dreams Of Mother And Home (2009)

6. Paradise Valley (2009)

7. I Saw Your Face In The Moon (2009)

8. I Love You Best Of All (2009)

9. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett (2009)

10. Don't Blame It All On Me (2009)

11. I Didn't Know (2009)

12. The Little Old Church In The Valley (2009)

13. Wabash Cannonball (2009)

14. Fire Ball Mail (2009)

15. Darlin' How Could You Forget Me (2009)

16. I'm Driftin' Back To Dreamland (2009)

17. Smilin' Through (2009)

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Track List: The Best Of Mac Wiseman - Essential Original Masters - 25 Classics

1. Rovin' Gambler

3. Little Pal

4. Picture From Life's Other Side

5. The Georgia Mail

6. Precious Memories

7. How Many Biscuits Can You Eat

9. Wreck Of Old # 9

10. Grandfather's Clock

11. Little Blossom

14. Tramp On The Street

15. Sourwood Mountain

16. I'll Be All Smiles Tonight

17. Just Over In Glory Land

18. Mary Of The Wild Moor

19. I Saw Your Face In The Moon

21. Wreck Of The Old 97

24. The Black Sheep

25. The Waltz You Saved For Me

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Track List: 'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered: Complete Recordings 1951-1964

Disc 1

1. Little White Church

2. I'm A Stranger

3. 'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered

4. Are You Coming Back To Me

5. I Still Write Your Name In The Sand

6. Four Walls Around Me

7. Georgia Waltz

8. Dreaming Of A Little Cabin

9. You're The Girl Of My Dreams

10. Six More Miles

11. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home

12. Going To See My Baby

13. It's Goodbye And So Long To You

14. Fire In My Heart

15. Waiting For The Boys

16. (I'd Rather Live) By The Side Of The Road

17. Shackles And Chains

18. Goin' Like Wildfire

19. You're Sweeter Than Honey

20. Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die

21. Crazy Blues

22. You'd Better Wake Up

23. When I Get The Money Made

24. Rainbow In The Valley

25. I'd Rather Die Young (Than Grow Old Without You)

26. Remembering

27. My Little Home In Tennessee

28. Let Me Borrow Your Heart For Just Tonight

Disc 2

1. Love Letters In The Sand

2. I Haven't Got The Right To Love You

3. Keep On The Sunny Side

4. Reville In Heaven

5. Dreams Of Mother And Home

6. The Waltz You Saved For Me

7. Paradise Valley

8. I Saw Your Face In The Moon

9. You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover

10. I Love You Best Of All

11. Wabash Cannonball

12. Don't Blame It All On Me

13. I Didn't Know

14. The Little Old Church In The Valley

15. When The Roses Bloom Again

16. Wabash Cannonball

17. Fire Ball Mail

18. Darlin' How Could You Forget Me So Soon

19. I'm Driftin' Back To Dreamland

20. Smilin' Through

21. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett

22. Danger! Heartbreak Ahead

23. The Kentuckian Song

24. I Hear You Knocking

25. Camptown Races

26. Dark As A Dungeon

27. I Want To Be Loved

28. These Hands

29. I'm Eatin' High On The Hog

Disc 3

1. The Meanest Blues In The World

2. Be Good Baby

3. I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In

4. One Mint Julep

5. Hey Mister Bluesman

6. Step It Up And Go

7. Sundown

8. Gone

9. Teenage Hangout

10. Because We Are Young

11. Shame, Shame, Shame

12. I'll Still Write Your Name In The Sand

13. 'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered

14. Promise Of Things To Come

15. Thinkin' About You

16. Put Me In Your Pocket

18. Beside The Still Waters

19. How Great Thou Art

20. Just A Closer Walk With Thee

21. Standing Somewhere In The Shadows

22. When God Dips His Love In My Heart

23. Hold Fast To The Right

24. Did You Stop To Pray This Morning

25. Whispering Hope

26. Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown

27. Does Jesus Care

28. It Is No Secret

29. Each Ring Of The Hammer

Disc 4

1. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy

2. Driftwood On The River

4. Little Moses

5. The Baggage Coach Ahead

6. The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band

7. I've Got No Use For The Women

8. Barbara Allen

9. The Preacher And The Bear

11. Wildwood Flower

12. The Wreck Of The Old '97

13. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett

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Track List: Most Requested

1. Did She Mention My Name

2. The Wild Side Of Life

3. Take Me Back To Renfro Valley

4. In The Pines

5. The Bluebirds Are Singing For Me

6. I'm Using My Bible For A Roadmap

7. I'll Sail My Ship Alone

8. Dreaming Of A Little Cabin

9. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister

10. Born To Lose

11. I'll Be All Smiles Tonight

12. Don't Be Angry

13. Little Rosewood Casket

14. These Hands

15. Oklahoma Hills

16. Shackles & Chains

17. House Of The Rising Sun

18. I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail

19. The Baggage Coach Ahead

20. Kentucky

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Track List: Grassroots To Bluegrass

1. Don't Let Your Deal Go Down

2. Train 45

3. Little Rosewood Casket

4. Poor Ellen Smith

5. Kentucky

6. Salty Dog Blues

7. Dust On The Bible

8. It's Mighty Dark To Travel

9. Old Camp Meeting Time

10. Streamlined Cannonball

11. Red Rocking Chair

12. Doin' My Time

13. I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail

14. Wait For The Light To Shine

15. Beneath That - Lonely Mound Of Clay

16. Short Life Of Trouble

17. Crying Heart Blues

18. Don't Give Your Heart To A Rambler

19. I'm Using My Bible For A Road Map

20. How Mountain Girls Can Love

21. Sailor On The Deep Blue Sea

22. Light At The River

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Track List: 24 Greatest Hits

1. Jimmy Brown The Newsboy

2. Prisoner's Song

3. Barbara Allen (Re-Recording)

4. Bringing Mary Home

5. Poison Love

6. Going Like Wildfire

7. Don't Make Me Go Home To Bed And I'll Be Good

8. Tis Sweet To Be Remembered

9. I Still Write Your Name In The Sand (Re-Recording)

10. Wabash Canonball

11. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home (Re-Recording)

12. Love Letters In The Sand Re-Recording)

13. I Saw Your Face In The Moon (Re-Recording)

14. The Waltz You Saved For Me (Re-Recording)

15. She's Got Leaving On Her Mind

16. Rocky Top

17. My Baby's Gone

18. I Heard My Mother Call My Name In Prayer (Re-Recording)

19. Where Is My Boy Tonight?

20. Mama Put My Little Shoes Away

21. Your Best Friend And Me (Re-Recording)

22. Sweeter Than The Flowers

23. 18 Wheels Hummin' Home Sweet Home (Re-Recording)

24. I Haven't Seen Mama In Years

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Track List: Mac Wiseman Sings Gordon Lightfoot

1. Did She Mention My Name

2. Cotton Jenny

3. Rainy Day People

4. Summertime Dream

5. For Lovin' Me

6. Steel Rail Blues

7. Ribbon Of Darkness

8. The House You Live In

9. Early Morning Rain

10. Old Dan's Records

11. Sundown (1979)

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Track List: The Mac Wiseman Story

Disc 1

1. Love Letters In The Sand (Version)

2. Little Blossom (Version)

3. I've Got No Use For The Women (Version)

4. Dark Hollow (Version)

5. The Wreck Of The Old 97 (Version)

6. The Ballad Of The Lawson Family (Version)

7. May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister (Version)

8. Bringing Mary Home (Version)

9. The Girl In The Blue Velvet Band (Version)

10. I'll Be All Smiles Tonight (Version)

11. I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home (Version)

12. Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy (Version)

13. Little Box Of Pine (Version)

14. Remembering

15. These Hands (Version)

16. The Baggage Coach Ahead (Version)

17. I Still Write Your Name In The Sand (Version)

18. Six More Miles (Version)

19. 'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered (Version)

20. Dreaming Of A Little Cabin (Version)

Disc 2
Disc 3
Disc 4
Disc 5
Disc 6
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Track List: Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Single)

1. Blue Ridge Mountain Blues

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It says that Indians do that thing at beginning and end with their mouth
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Very stereotypica l but a good song
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I met Mac at a Blue Grass Festival in the late 1980's in Rogers Ohio. It was the greatest thing to hear him sing in person and to get a picture with him and to talk with him. I will always remember that day forever.
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A cool dude.
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One of the best bluegrass singer around.
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Well here I am from rocker to hillbilly
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one of my favorites is jimmy brown brown news boy. jwm,
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God. Made only one mack Wiseman...th e best talent in bluegrass.
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There will Never be another Mac Wiseman! HE IS STILL THE VOICE.
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I remember my Dad was a devoted Mac Wiseman fan from the early fifties and I inherited his love of the unique voice of Mr. Wiseman, who has contributed so much to bluegrass music.
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alsites2001
Mac Wiseman,,a great one I first saw him in person at watermillon park berryville va ,,early 70s when he played with the shanadoah cutups,what a sound ,I still have the r to r tapes ..& he still sounds great today,that voice will never be copyed
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Mac Wiseman is truly one of all time greats in bluegrass music with a voice that can be distinguishe d from all the others. I've been a fan of his for many years!!
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I love it.
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I am a rock and roll fan of the 70's, but when I heard Mac, I became an instant fan, he has a voice that is perfect for the music he sings, I love bluegrass the way he does it, plus he seems to have a moral for each song.
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When I was a child, I remember my mother speak about Mac Wiseman. She had met him when she was in a country music band before she settled down to raise her family. She always spoke highly of Mr. Wiseman. We would help a family friend, Ken Alexander set up sound for bluegrass festivals and Mac Wiseman was always a stand out performer at these events. He is everything you think of when you think of the great artists of bluegrass. What wonderful childhood memories these events created for me.
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One of the very best in bluegrass...
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he was born in my home town in crimora va one heck ofnice man who always rememberd thepeople back home thanks for years fine blugrass the only you can do it jimmy

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