No Artist - Whistling Through Dixie (An Echo From The Backwoods Of The Deep South) album flac
Genre: Audio files
Title: Whistling Through Dixie (An Echo From The Backwoods Of The Deep South)
Style: Field Recording
FLAC version ZIP size: 1208 mb
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Whistling Through Dixie (LP). Argo (2). ZDA 23. UK. 1960. 버전 판매. MF 6. Brad Miller. Whistling Thru Dixie (LP, RE). Mobile Fidelity Records, Mobile Fidelity Records. DA 23. No Artist. Whistling Through Dixie (LP, Mono).
Whistling Through Dixie (An Echo From The Backwoods Of The Deep South) (LP, RE). ZTR 110. 1969.
Whistling without the use of an artificial whistle is achieved by creating a small opening with one's lips and then blowing or sucking air through the hole. The air is moderated by the lips, curled tongue, teeth or fingers (placed over the mouth) to create turbulence, and the curled tongue acts as a resonant chamber to enhance the resulting sound by acting as a type of Helmholtz resonator.
The Deep South is a cultural and geographic subregion in the Southern United States. Historically, it was differentiated as those states most dependent on plantations and slave societies during the pre-Civil War period. The Deep South is commonly referred to as the Cotton States, given that the production of cotton was a primary cash crop. The term "Deep South" is defined in a variety of ways: Most definitions include the states Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
Whistling Dixie Origin You ain’t just whistling Dixie, and that’s the truth! Whistling Dixie, which refers to a studied carelessness, comes from the song that originated in minstrel shows and from which the South takes its nickname. But if you say someone ain’t just whistling Dixie, it means they’re not kidding around. Knock a Tater in the Head Come on over for dinner, we’ll knock a tater in the head or something! This lovely form of a dinner invite came to us from Vera, a listener in British Columbia who heard it while living in Arkansas.
|A1||Buffalo Creek And Gauley No. 4, 2-8-0 Dundon To Widen, West Virginia, Summer 1960|
|A2||East Tennesee & Western North Carolina No. 208, 2-8-0 Johnson City To Elizabethton, Tennesee, Summer 1960.|
|A3||Mississippian Railway No. 76, 2-8-0 Amory To Fulton, Mississippi, Summer 1960|
|B1||Warren & Saline River No. 1702, 2-8-0 Warren To Hermitage, Arkansas, Summer 1960|
|B2||Mississippian Railway No. 77, 2-8-0 Amory To Fulton, Mississippi, Summer 1959|
|B3||Bonhomie & Hattiesburg Southern No. 250, 2-4-2 Hattiesburg To Beaumont, Mississippi, Summer 1959|
|B4||Bevier & Southern Railway No. 4943, (C. B. & Q. 2-8-2) Bevier, Missouri To Mine Number Four, Summer 1959|
|B5||Denver & Rio Grande Western No. 486 With Helper No. 495, Both 2-8-2's, Cumbrés Pass, New Mexico, Fall 1959|
- Record Company – Argo Record Company Limited
- Printed By – Graphis Press Limited
- Directed By – Peter Handford
- Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Brad Miller, Stuart Plummer
- Photography – A. L. Thomas
NotesBlack and silver labels
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Side A): ZRG-2527
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Side B): ZRG-2528
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): ZRG-2527-1G
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): ZRG-2528-2G
|MF6, MF-6||Brad Miller||Whistling Thru Dixie (LP)||Mobile Fidelity Records, Mobile Fidelity Records||MF6, MF-6||US||1961|
|ZDA 23||No Artist||Whistling Through Dixie (LP)||Argo||ZDA 23||UK||1960|
|MF 6||Brad Miller||Whistling Thru Dixie (LP, RE)||Mobile Fidelity Records||MF 6||US||1966|
|MF6, MF-6||Brad Miller||Whistling Thru Dixie (LP, RE)||Mobile Fidelity Records, Mobile Fidelity Records||MF6, MF-6||US||1968|
|DA 23||No Artist||Whistling Through Dixie (LP, Mono)||Argo||DA 23||UK||1960|