400 Years Of Folk Music, Addiss & Crofut With Tim Prentice, 1964 (part of Banjo Medley)

Bluegrass 1959-1969, Bill Monroe, 1991 American Banjo: Three Finger and Scruggs Style, Various Artists (2 versions), 1990

Holy Mountain Banjo, Edward James Richard, 2004 16 Songs, The Buck Trent Show, 2009 Heywood Blevins, Heywood Blevins, 2015 Grateful Dead . Don Parmley and Billy Strange, Don Parmley and Billy Strange, 196? Reno & Smiley: 1959-1963, Reno & Smiley, 2007 Skiff Skat Stuff, Skiff Skats, 1985

See if you can tell fact from fiction in the Elton John edition. Live At Vanderbilt University, Flatt & Scruggs, 1964 Stars And Stripes Forever, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, 1974 Grateful Dead. Traditional Music At Newport, 1964, Part 1, Various Artists (Doc Watson), 1965 Jont Blevins, Jont Blevins, 2015 On Radio, Stanley Brothers, 1991 It also occurs with other titles such as Going Up Cripple Creek, Going Down Cripple Creek, Shootin' Creek, Buck Creek Girls and Going Up Brushy Fork. Festival Favorites, Vol. Single (The Universal Soldier / Cripple Creek), Buffy Sainte-Marie, 1965

Single (Cripple Creek / Lonesome Road Blues), Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs And The Foggy Mountain Boys, 1961 Single (Waynesburg / Cripple Creek), Jim Burke, 1927 Arkansas Traveler, Michelle Shocked, 1992 On The Air, Stanley Brothers, 1976

The Banjo: A Collector's Treasury, Various Artists (Billy Cheatwood), 197? 1, Various Artists (Steve Rosen), 2006 Hootin' Hootenanny, The Van Dykes, 1964 Plain Old Time Fiddling, Cyril Stinnett, 197? 31 Banjo Favorites, Raymond Fairchild, 1997 1 (Listen To The Mocking Bird / Cripple Creek / Goodnight Waltz / Soldier's Joy), Fiddlin' Red Herron, 1953 Does he have beef with Gaga? Note that there are other unrelated songs called Cripple Creek. Fonotone Records, Various Artists (Bill Bailey and Frank Stuart), 2005 Old Time Singing and Playing, Ernest V. Stoneman & The Dixie Mountaineers, 2018. Shivaree!, Jean Ritchie, Oscar Brand, Tom Paley, Harry & Jeanie West, 1955 Just For Fun, Dan Huckabee, 1982 Live In Japan, Country Gentlemen, 1975

Springtime In The White Clouds, Whitewater, 1972 And who is "Angel of Harlem" about?

First Time Live: A Long Time Ago, The Dillards, 1999 Singer of Old Songs (comp), Michael Cooney, 19?? Royalties from it allow her to make music on her terms, releasing albums several years apart. Tennessee Banjo, Addie Leffew & Claude Wolfenbarger, 2009 Single (Ramblin' Blues / Shootin' Creek), Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers, 1928

Homecoming And Family Reunion, Dillards, 1981 Say Old Man, Can You Play the Banjo?, Carroll Best, 2001 5, Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & the Farm Hands, 1966

Banjo Festival, Various Artists (Billy Cheatwood), 1997

Traditional Music Of Beech Mountain, NC, Vol II, Various Artists (Buna Hicks), 1965 Old Time Songs, Charlie Poole and The North Carolina Ramblers, 196? The Kessinger Brothers, The Kessinger Brothers, 1975

The Allman Brothers Band . Stanley Series, Vol. Mountain Music of Kentucky (CD), Various Artists (Roscoe Holcomb), 1996

Original Fiddle Classics 1928-30, Kessinger Brothers, 1969 How to Play Clawhammer Banjo, Peter Feldmann, 1975

Single (Rat Cheese Under The Hill / Going Up Brushy Fork), Kessinger Brothers, 1930 Marcus Martin, Marcus Martin, 2004

Folk Time, Hart Valley Drifters, 2016 A Folk Song Jam Session, Various Artists (Bob March et al), 1957 (part of Square Dance)

Off The Cuff, Rick Spinney, 2007

Good Old Mountain Dew. 144,380. Classic Bluegrass Collection, Vols. Complete Recorded Works, Volume II, 1929, The Kessinger Brothers, 1997 Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys, Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys, 1994 Texas Hoedown, Various Artists (Vernon Solomon), 1965 Single (Mountaineer's Love Song / Cripple Creek), The Hill Billies, 1926 Cripple Creek originated around the end of the 19th century probably as a fiddle tune. In Person, Harvey Reid, 1997 The Mountain Ramblers, The Mountain Ramblers, 1969 The song occurs with variations in the tune and lyrics. California Zephyr, California Zephyr, 1976

Folk Songs From The Blue Grass, Earl Taylor & the Stoney Mountain Boys, 1959

Single (Cripple Creek / Birdie), Jennings Brothers, 1925 Somewhere In Time, The McCormick Brothers, 2008 Echoes From The Ozarks, The Arkansaw Travellers, 1972 Single (Sour Wood Mountains / Cripple Creek), Fiddlin' Powers & Family, 1926 Blue Ridge Banjo, Obray Ramsey, 1961 Single (I Want A Feller / Cripple Creek), The Light Crust Doughboys, 1940

Cripple Creek originated around the end of the 19th century probably as a fiddle tune.

Old-Time Smoky Mountain Music, Various Artists (Chub Karns), 2010 Hootenanny Hoedown: National Old Time Fiddlers Contest, Various Artists (Otis Howard), 1963 Stanley Series, Vol. 50 Years of Bluegrass Hits, Various Artists (The Stonemans), 1992

1 #2, Stanley Brothers, 1982

Rockridge Hollerin', Rockridge Brothers, 2008 The Sound of a Bluegrass Banjo: Native American Melodies Bluegrass Style, Charles Trent, 1962 Best of Bluegrass: 18 Banjo Favorites, Various Artists (Mike Seeger), 1995 Kentucky Old-Time Banjo, Various Artists (Hobert Bowling), 1999

Bluegrass Banjo, Various Artists (Mike Seeger), 2005 Mountain Fiddler, Robert Byrd, 1978 Third Annual Farewell Reunion, Mike Seeger, 1994 Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers and the Highlanders, Charlie Poole, 2005

Single (Cripple Creek / I Ain't Got Lomg), Great Jones, 1970

Single (Cripple Creek / Black Eyed Susie), Fiddlin' Jim Burke, 1927 Family And Friends, Vol.1, Ernest Stoneman With Family And Friends, 199? Hoe down! Kenny Loggins co-wrote the Doobie Brothers hit "What a Fool Believes," which is about a guy who just can't accept that an affair from long ago was meaningless to her. Bluegrass Music, Jack Lynch & the Miami Valley Boys, 1968 North Carolina Banjo Collection, Various Artists (Charlie Lowe), 1998 American Sampler, Ed Sweeney, 1994

The Banjo: Misunderstood, Maligned Magic!, Ian Simpson & John Kane, 2010

Salute to Uncle Dave Macon, Stringbean, 1963 Classic Fiddle Tunes, Recorded During The Golden Age, Fiddling Doc Roberts, 1974 24 Bluegrass Favorites: Vintage 60's, Various Artists (Earl Taylor and Jim McCall), 2000

Esker Hutchins, Esker Hutchins, 2015 Festival Favorites Revisited, Alan Munde, 1993 First Lady Of Banjo, Roni Stoneman, 2008

Featured in the 1978 musical Evita, "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" became the biggest selling UK hit by a female vocalist (Julie Covington).

Single (Bile Dem Cabbage Down / Cripple Creek), Crockett Mountaineers, 1931 The Folk Box, Various Artists (Doc Watson), 1964

Single (Goin' Up Cripple Creek / Brown Eyes), Cecil Surratt And Smitty Smith, 1959 Feuding Banjos, Various Artists (Mike Seeger), 1973 Country Bluegrass from Southwest Virginia, Glen Neaves and the Virginia Mountain Boys, 1974