A portion of his Crackerjacks group sang and recorded gospel music under the moniker the Crossroads Quartet. In Charlotte, Smith founded in the first commercial recording studio in the Southeast. It was later ranked as "No. Billy Graham 's Hour Arthur (Guitar Boogie) Smith And His Cracker-Jacks* - Im Afraid Of Wimmin (Vinyl) Decision radio program was first produced in Smith's studio. Smith also produced and hosted his own radio program, Top of the Morningwhich was syndicated for an unbroken span of 29 years.

In the s, Smith produced Arthur (Guitar Boogie) Smith And His Cracker-Jacks* - Im Afraid Of Wimmin (Vinyl) weekly, minute videotaped program syndicated in more than 90 TV markets at its peak. He produced radio and television shows for a number of other artists, including Johnny Cash, who had become a friend, and gospel singer George Beverly Shea.

As of fallSmith was retired. His extensive publishing interests, production company, and management business are managed by his son, Clay Smith. He returned to his family business with his father in Smith died at his home on April 3,two days after his 93rd birthday.

Producer Fred Foster gave the eulogy. The service ended with a rendition of "Guitar Boogie" performed by a band full of guitarists, including Smith's nephews Tim and Roddy Smith. From Wikipedia, the free Arthur (Guitar Boogie) Smith And His Cracker-Jacks* - Im Afraid Of Wimmin (Vinyl). For other people named Arthur Smith, see Arthur Smith disambiguation. Musical artist. The Charlotte Observer. April 3, Archived from the original on April 7, Retrieved August 28, The Book of Golden Discs 2nd ed.

London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd. ISBN Archie is into country 45s these days, so if you have any to get rid of, contact him or me.

I also got to play my favorite cowboy record of all time which I just acquired this past week: "Lonely Cowboy" by Arthur Miles. Not much is known about Miles as this record was his only recording, but it is incredible as it features what is known as harmonic singing or throat singing -- a style that is thought to be indigenous to the Asian regions of Mongolia and Tuva.

How Miles came up with this style independently may forever be a mystery. Joe Bussard's 82nd show of Country Classics was a great one. You can hear it again hereor at the link in the playlist below. We are planning to be back next Sunday if there are no sports events in the way, so be sure to tune in if you get a chance. There is a chance we will do a few more shows, but they will be occasional appearances not on the summer schedule.

Marti and I are moving to NC soon, and we had to end it sometime, and now is the time. We were preempted in our usual time slot pm, so we moved the show up two hours to pm to bring you the entire show. Check back soon. Marti joined me on the air today for the show we were not supposed to have because of a sports preemption, but the game moved time slot and we had Arthur (Guitar Boogie) Smith And His Cracker-Jacks* - Im Afraid Of Wimmin (Vinyl) show after all.

The first hour of the show we played a range of material from old time to classic country. You can hear Joe's portion of the show again here or at the link in the playlist below.

You'll not want to miss that. Happy listening! Joe Bussard's 77th Country Classics show featured some of the earliest country music ever recorded featuring the likes of Eck RobertsonFiddlin' John CarsonSamantha Bumgarnerand many more.

Listen again at the link above or in the playlist below. We are currently scheduled for preemption Sunday April 23rd, but Saturday the 22nd I invite everyone over to Killingly Grange where the doors open at 6pm for a send off bluegrass jam for yours truly and Marti. It will be a grand time.

South Carolina Broadcasters Hi Folks. Though we are not on the WHUS schedule now, we will still be doing "fill-in" shows from time-to-time, and this was the first such show. It was also Mother's Day, so we played a round of mother songs that we have not played before.

We visited Connecticut record collector Archie Kneeland earlier in the week and picked up some 78s that we shared on this show. Archie is into country 45s these Arthur (Guitar Boogie) Smith And His Cracker-Jacks* - Im Afraid Of Wimmin (Vinyl), so if you have any to get rid of, contact him or me.

I also got to play my favorite cowboy record of all time which I just acquired this past week: "Lonely Cowboy" by Arthur Miles. Not much is known about Miles as this record was his only recording, but it is incredible as it features what is known as harmonic singing or throat singing -- a style that is thought to be indigenous to the Asian regions of Mongolia and Tuva.

How Miles came up with this style independently may forever be a mystery. Joe Bussard's 82nd show of Country Classics was a great one. You can hear it again hereor at the link in the playlist below.

We are planning to be back next Sunday if there are no sports events in the way, so be sure to tune in if you get a chance. There is a chance we will do a few more shows, but they will be occasional appearances not on the summer schedule. Marti and I are moving to NC soon, and we had to end it sometime, and now is the time. We were preempted in our usual time slot pm, so we moved the show up two hours to pm to bring you the entire show. Check back soon. Marti joined me on the air today for the show we were not supposed to have because of a sports preemption, but the game moved time slot Arthur (Guitar Boogie) Smith And His Cracker-Jacks* - Im Afraid Of Wimmin (Vinyl) we had a show after all.

The first hour of the show we played a range of material from old time to classic country.

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  1. Aug 25,  · GUITAR BOOGIE ~ Arthur Smith & His Cracker-Jacks ()Also known as, Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith, Arthur was born in Clinton, South Carolina in

  2. Jun 08,  · Performer: ARTHUR (Guitar Boogie) SMITH And His Cracker-Jacks Writer: Smith Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, .

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  4. Jan 23,  · 78_im-afraid-of-wimmin_arthur-guitar-boogie-smith-and-his-cracker-jacks-arthur-smi_gbiaa Location USA Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Jordan Gold User_metadataentered Jordan Gold User_transferred Jordan Gold.

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  6. This 78 must have been a follow up to Guitar Boogie. Not sure of the date of release but since Guitar Boogie was released in 19it must be of simi.

  7. Arthur Smith (April 1, – April 3, ) was an American musician, songwriter, and producer of records, as well as a radio and TV host. Smith produced radio and TV shows; The Arthur Smith Show was the first nationally syndicated country music show on television. After moving to Charlotte, North Carolina, Smith developed and ran the first commercial recording studio in .

  8. In early , Arthur Smith and his Crackerjacks signed a three year recording contract renewal with MGM records, which made them the dean of the artists on the label at the time. MGM had also asked the group to tour Europe as their recordings were popular in England, France, Australia and Italy and even got a few toes tapping on the Gold Coast.

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