2-CD with 44-page booklet, 36 tracks. Playing time approx. 105 mns.
They called her 'the female Roy Acuff' for the way she sang pure mountain music in a full-throated style. Her backings featured all traditional instruments, like the dobro and fiddle. Mac Wiseman and Carl Smith are among the luminaries who worked on her sessions. These 36 titles are everything Molly recorded for Columbia (1946-1951). Songs include Tramp On The Street, When God Comes And Gathers His Jewels,
The Black Sheep Returned To The Fold, The Tear Stained Letter, The First Fall Of Snow, Poor Ellen Smith, Heaven's Radio, Don't Sell Daddy Any More Whiskey, as well the first recorded versions of two Hank Williams songs, On The Evening Train and The Singing Waterfall. Pure mountain music!