1 CD with 20-page booklet, 31 singles titles. Playing time approx. 78 minutes.
Every Saturday night for a quarter-century, Janette Carter has taken the stage at the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons, Virginia, makinggood the promise she made to her father, Carter Family patriarch
A.P. Carter, to keep his music alive. Janette Carter sings in the forcefuland soulful Appalachian style pioneered by her mother, Sara Carter. She has made very few records in her career, but now Bearand the 'Howdayadoo' LP from 1973.
As you would expect, the core of the repertoire is Carter Family songs, but she also includes afew that she wrote herself, as well as several songs that the Carter Family performed, but didn’t record. The instrumentation is spareand to-the-point, and the focus is on Janette Carter’s lovely autoharp playing. Carter Family fans … and there are more all the time … willlove this collection, as will anyone who has spent a Saturday night in Janette Carter’s company at the Carter Family Fold.