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Carroll C. Clark / Frank C. Stanley And Byron G. Harlan - De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane / Dixie flac album

Carroll C. Clark / Frank C. Stanley And Byron G. Harlan - De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane / Dixie flac album Performer: Carroll C. Clark
Title: De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane / Dixie
Style: Vocal
Released: 1920
Country: US
MP3 album: 1214 mb
FLAC album: 1804 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Pop

A. –Carroll C. Clark. De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane. B. –Frank C Stanley And Byron G Harlan. Written-By – Dan Emmett. B: Male vocal duet, with orchestra and fife and drum corps effect. Announced by Frank C. Stanley. Take 4 recorded ca. 1904 New York, New York Originally released May 1904 as Columbia 1777 (10-in. This coupling originally released July 1909 (see "De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane, Dixie. ) HW label printing date code on this pressing indicates August 1920. Matrix, Runout (A label): 4103. Matrix, Runout (B label): 1117.

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And old masters and old mrs they are sleepin' side by side. Near the little old log cabin in the lane. Oh the chimney's fallen down and the roof's all caved in. Lettin' in the sunshine and the rain. And the only friend I've got now is that good old dag of mine. And the little old log cabin in the lane. Oh the trees have all growed up that lead around the hill. The fences have all gone to decay. I want to rest content wile I remain. Til death shall call this dog and me to find a better home. And a little old log cabin in the lane.

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Lyrics begin: "I'm getting old and feeble now," Top Sellers. The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane. William S. Hays, Piano/Vocal/Chords. Hays, Guitar TAB. The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane - Piano Accompaniment.

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. Performers modified the lyric over the years, eliminating Hays' "darky" dialect along with the original reference to slavery.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Carroll C. Clark De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane
B Frank C Stanley And Byron G Harlan Dixie
Written-By – Dan Emmett*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company

Notes

A: Take 1 recorded ca. Jan.-June 1909 New York, New York
Baritone Solo, Banjo Accompaniment

B: Male vocal duet, with orchestra and fife and drum corps effect. Announced by Frank C. Stanley.
Take 4 recorded ca. 1904 New York, New York
Originally released May 1904 as Columbia 1777 (10-in. single-faced).

This coupling originally released July 1909 (see "De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane / Dixie.")
HW label printing date code on this pressing indicates August 1920.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A label): 4103
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): 1117
  • Other (Columbia label printing date code): HW

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
A696 Carroll C. Clark / Collins And Harlan Carroll C. Clark / Collins And Harlan - De Little Old Log Cabin In De Lane / Dixie ‎(Shellac, 10") Columbia A696 US 1909