The Cricket and the Lonesome Edison Record Session

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It’s a cold day in February of 1921 and two itinerant musicians happen upon an early record company scouting agent, Smedley DeRange, and make one of the first country music field recordings.   Using the latest Edison recording equipment, and with good fortune based in ancient folklore,  Fiddlin’ Dave Shaw and Stoney Lonesome “cut wax” that they hope will find its way into the homes of many.

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