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Mustard & Gravy

Frank Rice and Ernest L. Stokes got together as "Mustard & Gravy" in 1933 in North Carolina, and spent the next 20 years entertaining country audiences, writing a few folk-style classics and one rockabilly-style number in the process. They both hailed from Wilson, NC, and were related by marriage to a pair of sisters. After winning a local talent contest on WGTM in Wilson, they moved up to bigger radio stations and also got a recording contract with RCA-Victor's Bluebird label, cutting sessions in September of 1938 in South Carolina. Mustard & Gravy's music was essentially country-novelty with a hillbilly edge, although they could also do minstrel-style numbers and even helped anticipate rock & roll to some degree. They were discovered by Smiley Burnette -- himself a country-novelty performer -- and recommended by him to Columbia Pictures, which put them in two B westerns in 1946 and used them for another in 1949. The duo also appeared in one movie with Eddy Arnold, whom they had toured with as well. After World War II, they cut at least one single, "Be Bop Boogie," written by Rice, for Gotham in 1950, which was, in turn, first covered by Harry Gay and later, in pure rockabilly fashion, by Don Hager and the Hot Tots late in the '50s. The B-side of that single, "That Ain't in Any Catalog," represents the novelty-song side of their sound, and is a funny and lusty piece of country humor. The Library of Congress has reissued one of their recordings of a Frank Rice original, "Circus Parade." ~ Bruce Eder
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Selected Discography

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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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Track List: Turn Me Loose: Outsiders Of Old-Time Music

1. Wagoner

3. Bacon And Cabbage

4. The Whale Did, I Know He Did

5. Chicken Reel

6. Ladies' Quadrille

7. Way Down Yonder Blues

8. Money Musk Medley

9. Down In Tennessee Blues

10. Caliope

11. Mythological Blues

12. Dill Pickles Rag

13. Arkansas Traveler / Turkey In The Straw

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