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TAYLOR:  Lee Highway Blues, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 2:  “Harmonic Rhythm”

Ruby, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 3:  “Trance/One Chord”

TRAD. arr. TAYLOR (BMI):  “In the Pines”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folk Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 10:  “Trio”

Cripple Creek, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 13:  “Singing in the Cracks, Song Sayer”

STANLEY BROTHERS (BMI):  “White Dove”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 24:  “Parental”

GLOSSON (BMI):  “Mama Blues”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folks Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 66:  “Say It and Sing It”

SCRUGGS (BMI):  “Flint Hill Special”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folk Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 68:  “What IS that Instrument”

TRAD. arr. OSBORNE BROTHERS (BMI):  “Ruby”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folk Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 97:  “Under the Influence”

TRAD. arr. TAYLOR (BMI):  “In the Pines”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folk Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049
from Program Number 97:  “Under the Influence”

TRAD. arr. TAYLOR:  “Cripple Creek”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folk Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049 (LP)
from Program Number 144:  “When Mr. Wrong Is Mr. Right: Part 1” — a program about whem musically incorrect is artistically right on

TAYLOR:  “Lee Highway Blues”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, “Folk Songs from the Blue Grass”, United Artists UAL 3049 (LP)
from Program Number 147:  “ppff: The Dynamic Art of Music” — a program about piano and forte

GLOSSON/TAYLOR:  “Race Between a Locomotive and a Model T”, Earl Taylor & His Stoney Mountain Boys, United Artists UAL 3049
from Listener Support Special #1:  A program about programmatic music — music which tells a story or paints a picture

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