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Leake County Revelers. Tags: country What Shall We Do Without Us under 2000 listeners yodel old time this site r crumb. The Leake County Revelers were a country music string band popular in the . South in the 1920s and 1930s. The members were from in and around Sebastopol, Mississippi, led by fiddler Will Gilmer, with R. O. Mosley on mandolin and banjo-mandolin, Jim Wolverton on 5-string banjo, and Dallas Jones on guitar. The band was formed in 1926
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Mississippi Breakdown · Leake County Revelers. Leake County Revelers Vol. 2 (1929-1930). 1998 Document Records. Released on: 2005-10-11.
In 1926, the Leake County Revelers began working together in the vicinity of Sebastopol, Mississippi, and in April 1927 they started making phonograph records. Document has reissued 44 selections by this fine little four-piece string band. The first of two volumes packs in 23 sides cut in Atlanta and New Orleans, tracing their chronology through mid-December 1928. Like volume two, this set combines relaxed waltzes in three-four with toe-tapping, upbeat fiddle tunes