(2001) 28 Classics

The Stoneman Family

... read moreThe story of country music's Stoneman Family is a pure slice of Americana. "Pop" Stoneman was one of the first country legends to make records (he's been recording since the Edison cylinder), and later, in the 1950s and '60s, he and his family become beloved fixtures on the country/folk circuit...

01:12′:02″ 28 Songs

1
The Stoneman Family
One Hundred Years Ago (100 Years Ago)
2:52
2
The Stoneman Family
Life's Railway To Heaven
2:41
3
The Stoneman Family
When The Snowflakes Fall Again
4:07
4
The Stoneman Family
Turn Me Loose
1:53
5
The Stoneman Family
In The Sweet Bye And Bye
1:48
6
The Stoneman Family
Orange Blossom Breakdown
2:34
7
The Stoneman Family
Family Life
2:56
8
The Stoneman Family
Little Susie
2:17
9
The Stoneman Family
Somebody's Waiting For Me
3:29
10
The Stoneman Family
On The Banks Of The Wabash
2:39
11
The Stoneman Family
That Pal Of Mine
2:30
12
The Stoneman Family
Snow Deer
2:13
13
The Stoneman Family
Springtime In The Mountains
2:07
14
The Stoneman Family
Lee Highway Blues (Instrumental)
3:05
15
The Stoneman Family
Going Home
2:33
16
The Stoneman Family
Nobody's Darling But Mine
1:56
17
The Stoneman Family
When The Roses Bloom Again
2:16
18
The Stoneman Family
I Want To Wander Down Yonder
2:38
19
The Stoneman Family
Lonesome Banjo
1:38
20
The Stoneman Family
Guilty
2:33
21
The Stoneman Family
Wreck Of Number Nine
2:57
22
The Stoneman Family
Wild Bill Hickok
3:09
23
The Stoneman Family
It's Rain (Instrumental)
2:18
24
The Stoneman Family
The Heroes Of Bataan
2:54
25
The Stoneman Family
Out Of School
2:20
26
The Stoneman Family
Girl From Galax
2:17
27
The Stoneman Family
The Sinking Of The Titanic
3:27
28
The Stoneman Family
Uncloudy Day
1:55
Released 01 January 2001, 1972 Gusto Records, Inc.

Review

The story of country music's Stoneman Family is a pure slice of Americana. "Pop" Stoneman was one of the first country legends to make records (he's been recording since the Edison cylinder), and later, in the 1950s and '60s, he and his family become beloved fixtures on the country/folk circuit. This comprehensive collection includes all their charting country hits, including Pop's "Sinking of the Titanic," which, in the mid-'20s, was one of the first million-selling singles in recorded history.