Eck Robertson

Alexander Campbell "Eck" Robertson (born November 20, 1887 in Delaney, Arkansas, died February 15, 1975 in Borger, Texas) was an American fiddle player, mostly known for commercially recording the first country music songs in 1922 with Henry Gilliland. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975.
Published 1998
Music Recording Electronic
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(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UIUdb)4761978)
Music Recording Audio CD
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Published 2002
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UIUdb)4522440)
Music Recording Audio CD
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Published 2015
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975,...
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UIUdb)8034797)
Music Recording Audio CD
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Published 2017
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975,...
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (COLdb)635456, (NEIdb)870405)
Movie DVD
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Published 2017
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975,...
Movie Blu-ray
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Published 1996
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (COLdb)293028, (WIUdb)682604)
Music Recording Audio CD
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Published 1997
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975....
Music Recording Audio CD
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Published 2017
Other Authors: '; ...Robertson, Eck, 1887-1975,...
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (CODdb)297301, (LLCdb)443378)
Music Recording Audio CD
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