Appalachian Center, 1988. Soft cover.
Words and music to 50 Americana songs, Bibliography and Discology.
Wraps with photo on the front and rear. Bindings are tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate shelf handling wear and some light hand-soiling on the cover. 8vo; 9 inches tall; 189 pages; illustrations. Music transcribed by John M. Forbes; Introduction: Archie Green.
Very Good / No Jacket. Item #014036
Bradley Kincaid was born in Point Leavell, Garrard County, Kentucky but built a music career in the northern states. His debut radio performance came in 1926 on the National Barn Dance show on WLS-AM in Chicago, Illinois. A prolific composer of folk and country music tunes, the first edition of his 1928 songbook called My Favorite Mountain Ballads sold more than 400,000 copies. He recorded on Gennett Records. [wiki]