The Yellow Jackets - Massa's In De Cold Cold Ground ‒ Little Log Cabin, Etc. / Heel Toe Polka ‒ Can't Catch A Nigger álbum
- Artista: The Yellow Jackets
- Título: Massa's In De Cold Cold Ground ‒ Little Log Cabin, Etc. / Heel Toe Polka ‒ Can't Catch A Nigger
- Género: Folk y Country
- País: US
- Fuente de los registros: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Reissue
- Estilo: Country
- Etiqueta: Champion
- Catálogo#: 16070
- MP3 álbum: 2199 mb
- FLAC álbum: 1745 mb
- Clasificación: 4.4/5
- Votos: 388
|1||Heel Toe Polka ‒ Can't Catch A Nigger|
|2||Massa's In De Cold Cold Ground ‒ Little Log Cabin, Etc.|
|7262||The Yellow Jackets||Massa's In De Cold Cold Ground ‒ Little Log Cabin, Etc. / Heel Toe Polka ‒ Can't Catch A Nigger (Shellac, 10")||Gennett||7262||US||1930|
- Autoharp [Uncredited] – Harley Reynolds
- Banjo [Uncredited] – Flanner Terrel
- Bones [Uncredited] – Bummer Reynolds (tracks: B)
- Guitar [Uncredited], Harmonica [Uncredited] – Wilson Ingram
- Ukulele [Uncredited] – Flanner Terrel (tracks: B)
Side A with additional accompaniment of slide whistle by unknown artist.
Side A recorded 16 June 1930 in Richmond, IN.
Side B recorded 28 July 1930 in Richmond, IN.
Side A matrix 16769.
Side B matrix 16851-A.
This coupling originally released on Gennett 7262.
- Record Company – Champion Records
Massa's In De Cold, Cold Ground-Little Log Cabin, Etc. The Yellow Jackets Gennett 7262, Richmond, Indiana June 16, 1930 A really neat band likely from 's In De Cold, Cold Ground-Little Log Cabin, Etc. Little Joe the Wrangler - Edward L. Sister Act - Hail Holy Queen Salve Regina Coelitum - Продолжительность: 3:45 Miss Behave Recommended for you. Massa's in the Cold Cold Ground - The Stripped Jackets. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 1181220Massa's in de Cold GroundStephen Foster1852. Round de meadows am a ringing De darkeys' mournful song, While de mocking-bird am singing, Happy as de day am long. Where de ivy am creeping O'er de grassy mound, Dare old massa am a sleeping, Sleeping in de cold, cold ground. When de autumn leaves were falling, When de days were cold, 'Twas hard to hear old massa calling, Cayse he was so weak and old. Now de orange tree am blooming On de sandy shore, Now de summer days am comming, Massa nebber calls no more. Chorus . Massa's In De Cold Cold Ground Little Log Cabin, Etc. Heel Toe Polka Can't Catch A Nigger Shellac, 10, RE. Champion 5. recording artist. Yellow Jackets. Before submitting a question, please visit Frequently Asked Questions. Massa's in de Cold Ground is a minstrel song by Stephen Foster. It was one of only four songs Foster published in 1852. It sold hundreds of copies. Foster received only a 2 cent royalty on each copy sold, but the song earned him US900 within five years of its publication. The song is written in D major to 44 time. An initial phrase is repeated five times, beginning every line except one. The phrase ends with a octave leap upwards in the melody. Massa is a slow, sad song in dialect written for. The Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane is a popular song written by Will S. Hays in 1871 for the minstrel trade. Written in dialect, the song tells of an elderly man, presumably a slave or former slave, passing his later years in a broken-down old log cabin. The title is from a refrain: de little old log cabin in de lane. The Ballad Index by Robert B. Waltz and David G. Engle lists more than 20 recordings of the song from 1903 to 1940. Massa's In The Cold, Cold Ground - The Camptowners. Yellow jackets fold their wings lengthwise when at rest. If a colony is disturbed, the yellow jackets can become very aggressive and sting. Make sure to inspect for yellow jacket nests, before mowing the lawn or using trimmers. For most people, the yellow jacket sting is temporary, but painful. However for allergic individuals, a single sting may result in a serious reaction that requires medical treatment. If yellow jackets have gone into the walls during cold weather, some of the reproductive yellow jackets may survive in the walls. They will come out in the spring looking to go outside. The reproductive yellow jackets rarely sting, so don't be concerned about it