I Hope I Live a Few More Days
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Audio CD, November 1, 2017
This CD explores some of the richness of the American country music tradition, along with one original composition.
Dean Rathje: vocals, guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro, bass.
Rock Salt & Nails (3:38)
Bruce Utah Phillips; On Strike Music
Traditional, with original bridge added
Jack Hagarty (3:18)
Traditonal (May be attributed to one Dan McGinnis, who worked in the Michigan pine belt at Greenville. Anne Tucker’s home was just across the street from her father’s blacksmith shop. Neither McGinnis nor Jack Hagarty, a fellow raftsman, was permitted to keep company with the pretty Anne Tucker.)
Are You Tired of Me, My Darling? (3:51)
Traditional (May be traced to 1877, lyricist G.P. Cook and melodist Ralph Roland. Or P. Gilsey Cook and Fred Kenyon Jones. Authorship not definitive.)
Lost Highway (2:37)
Leon Payne; Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music
Rank Strangers (2:32)
Albert E. Brumley (1959)
Married Life Blues (2:29)
Traditional (first recorded in 1925 and 1929, but authorship unknown).
When I Was a Boy (2:40)
Dean Rathje; New Leaf Music
Wreck on the Highway (3:15)
Dorsey Dixon; Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music
I Hope I Live a Few More Days (3:56)
Traditional (Carter Family?)
Total running time, 30:35
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