Using the name Elbert Williams sounding “so damn hillbilly,” in what of the Ozark pundit, it really is surprising it took before ’90s before a hillbilly documenting credit arrived under that name. Until then your name was connected with jazz, type of. Skippy Williams, a fantastic tenor saxophonist and clarinetist, fiddled using the 1st titles of Elbert and well as Elmer through his lengthy profession. A mandolinist and vocalist called Elbert Williams performed in the ’90s with Benton Flippen, a fiddler from NEW YORK whose name appears like harm to a windscreen wiper. Documentation of the collaboration is roofed in a assortment of Flippen fillips, live and studio room, released by Rounder in 1994, Aged Time, New Occasions.