9 thoughts on “ Carolina Blue - Annie McGowan - Rattlesnakes & Rusty Water (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Find album credit information for Rattlesnakes and Rusty Water - Rattlesnake Annie on AllMusic.
  2. She recorded her debut album, Rattlesnakes and Rusty Water, on her own label, Rattlesnake Records. At the time, it was also rare for a woman to produce her own songs. Rattlesnake reminisced of those early days: "I was breaking down barriers. If I could work like a man in the fields, why couldn't I play a guitar and produce my own records?".
  3. It’s rattlesnake season. Spring’s gray weather draws snakes out at times you’re more likely to encounter them. Contrary to what you may think, local rattlers don’t like super-hot days.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Annie McGowan - Rattlesnakes & Rusty Water at Discogs. Complete your Annie McGowan collection. Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Carolina Blue: Rattlesnake Mama: Goodbye To A River: Gypsy Lady: Lay Me A Rail For The Road /5(3).
  5. Jack Clement Recording Studio, Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN/ American Studios, 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Annie McGowan (Rattlesnake Annie [vcl/bck vcl], Buddy Blackmon [ac gt/bck vcl], Carl Vipperman [dobro], Roy Huskey [bass], Ed McGowan [rattlesnake rattler], Penni Lane [bck vcl]. Producer: Rattlesnake Annie, Bobby.
  6. from the mundane to the obscure, records of all flavors. mail order service for the past 25+ years, have a great selection of vg++ to mint- stock 45 sleeves, and a large selection of original juke box strips, as well as posters music magazines, sheet music,8 tracks mixed in with the large amount of lp's, 78's and 45"s.
  7. Carolina Blue. Rattlesnake Mama. Goodbye To A River (story behind the song) Gypsy Lady. Lay Me A Rail For The Road. Blue Flame Café. Tellico Plains. My Mothers Name Is Victory. Rattlesnakes & Rusty Water.
  8. The biggest western diamondback rattlesnake ever caught? An Arkansas man borrowed a hot pink snubnose revolver from his wife to shoot this one after it bit one of his dogs.
  9. In North Carolina, timber rattlesnakes are especially widespread throughout the eastern portion of the state, which is also commonly referred to as the Coastal Plain region. In history, timber rattlesnakes roamed the Piedmont area, although they are now hard to find there due to a combination of excessive human expansion and farming activities.

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