A true Tx Cowboy, and advertised therefore, Edward L. Crain was created in Tx. He proved helpful ranches in addition to cattle drives through the 1920s and ’30s, and in addition played electric guitar, fiddle, and mandolin. He performed on several radio applications in Dallas, and documented several edges for Columbia through the early ’30s (his edition of “Bandit Cole Younger” was afterwards released on Harry Smith’s 1952 folksong collection Anthology of American Folk Music). He produced a go back to documenting late in lifestyle, releasing another edition of “Bandit Cole Younger” for the American Record Company in 1970, while he was surviving in Oregon.
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