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  • Frank Godbey Asks Ralph Stanley About Learning "Oh Death"
    Frank Godbey Asks Ralph Stanley About Learning "Oh Death" This is an excerpt of Frank Godbey interviewing Ralph Stanley as a guest on his "The Sound of Bluegrass" WMNI radio show in Columbus, Ohio on September 9, 1967. Frank asks Ralph where he learned the old gospel song "Oh Death," which he says he learned from John (and Frances) Reedy. (Digital audio and content details courtesy of Stanley Brothers historian Gary B. Reid)
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  • I Feel Jesus (Frances Reedy home-recording)
    I Feel Jesus (Frances Reedy home-recording) This is a home-made reel-to-reel tape recording of Frances Reedy singing "I Feel Jesus," a gospel song she wrote, with Pete Cultice playing steel guitar, Alonzo Honeycutt on mandolin, and her granddaughter Timi Reedy on washboard. Recorded in Corbin, Kentucky in the late 1960s or early 1970s. (Frances and her husband also recorded this song commercially in Nashville, Tennessee on the Starday label (SEP 209) as "John Reedy and The Stone Mt. Trio" in 1962.)
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  • John Interviews Junior (Christmas Eve 1961)
    John Interviews Junior (Christmas Eve 1961) John Reedy interviews his nephew Junior Fields about living in Dayton, Ohio compared to living in Kentucky
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  • Oh Death (John & Frances Reedy-Starday Hall of Fame-WCKY)
    Oh Death (John & Frances Reedy-Starday Hall of Fame-WCKY) This is a home-made reel-to-reel recording of John and Frances Reedy's recording of "Oh Death," which was included as part of a radio "infomercial" broadcast on WCKY (Cincinnati, OH) advertising the 1961 Hall of Fame Series Gospel Songs By All Star Artists (SEP 168). Learn more in this "Remembering the Reedys: Appalachian Music, Migration, and Memory" documentary blog post: http://remembereedy.blogspot.com/2015/03/new-reedy-media-map.html
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  • John Reedy Voice-O-Graph "To All the Family"
    John Reedy Voice-O-Graph "To All the Family" 1:05 recording by John Reedy (including greetings from wife Frances Reedy and sister to Marie) recorded in a carnival recording booth and sent to his sister Beulah in the early 1950s, and discovered after her death by her granddaughter Robin in the 2010s. Learn more in this "Remembering the Reedys: Appalachian Music, Migration, and Memory" documentary blog post: http://remembereedy.blogspot.com/2015/01/reedy-voice-o-graph-revealed.html
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  • Tiny Bitty Pieces Knockin On Your Door
    Tiny Bitty Pieces Knockin On Your Door Mash-up of Frances Reedy's song "Tiny Bitty Pieces" and her husband John Reedy's song "Knockin' On Your Door," which were mutual break-up songs that they later recorded commercially after they reconciled. Learn more on the "Remembering the Reedys: Appalachian Music, Migration, and Memory" documentary blog post: http://remembereedy.blogspot.com/search/label/Tiny%20Bitty%20Pieces
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