I had a piece of pie, I had a piece of puddin' I gave it all away just to 5 see my Sally 1 Goodin. I walked that road 'til the road got muddy I hugged Sally Goodin 'til she couldn't stand steady.
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Possum in the stump, rabbit in the hollow Pretty girl at our house, as fat as she can swallow. I looked down the road, I saw Sally comin' I thought to my soul, I'd kill myself a-runnin'. You have to see it to believe it.
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With the power of Columbia Records behind them, the Stanley Brothers would become one of the most popular and prolific acts on the label up through , when their massive success and grueling schedule caught up with Carter, who died from cirrhosis of the liver. Stricken with grief, Ralph faced an incredibly sad and daunting situation—how and if he should carry on alone.
Thousands of letters of encouragement poured in and Ralph revived the Clinch Mountain Boys, which grew to become one of the most respected outfits in all of bluegrass. They honored Carter by performing and further developing his songs, but Ralph would go on to become a prolific musician on his own, eventually writing several hundred songs and banjo instrumentals.
After a few band introductions, another great example follows in a much slower mournful manner, as Ralph treats the audience to a penetrating take on the song his father so often sang in church, "Man Of Constant Sorrow. This is another excellent example of the mournful sound that defines Ralph Stanley, but with lovely harmonies from Sparks and several sweet solo breaks from Sparks and Curly Ray Cline.
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Cline's fiddle playing is showcased on the next number, a delightful high energy reading of "Sally Goodin. As this set conveys, Ralph Stanley's solo work, in direct contrast to the sweet, buoyant style of the greatest Stanley Brothers songs, was often darker and foreboding.
Ralph's perfect vocal pitch and poignant, mournful style would trail blaze a sound that countless musicians would emulate, including Jerry Garcia , who was an obsessive fan and follower. The Clinch Mountain Boys would became a training ground for many of the best young musicians of the bluegrass revival era of the late s and early s, a tradition that is still going strong to the present day.
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