1. Hot Corn, Cold Corn
2. When It’s Time for the Whippoorwill To Sing
3. Honeysuckle
4. My Name Is John Johanna
5. Fifty Miles of Elbow Room
6. Florida Blues
7. Peach Pickin’ Time in Georgia
8. Sunny Side of the Mountain
9. Come Over and See Me Sometime
10. Mistreated Mama
11. June Rose Waltz
12. Cornbread and Butterbeans
13. Your Wagon Needs Greasing
14. Down in Baltimore
15. Rise When the Rooster Crows
16. Suppertime
17. Homestead on the Farm

Produced by Bob Carlin
Recorded by Doug Davis at Flytrap
Mixed by John Plymale at Overdub Lane
Mastered by Charlie Pilzer at Airshow Mastering
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Hot Corn Cold Corn
Florida Blues
Critical Praise for Homestead on the Farm!

"“The heart of this CD is good songs well sung...Strongly recommended.”
Pete Peterson - The Old-Time Herald

1- Cotton Eyed Joe
2- Lonesome Pine Special
(Sara Carter/Peer Int. Corp., BMI)
3- Likes Likker Better Than Me
4- Sweet Summer Has Gone Away
5- Maid of Monterey
6- Don’t That Road Look Rough & Rocky
(Flatt & Scruggs/Peer Int. Corp., BMI)
7- A Message From Home Sweet Home
8- Croquet Habit
9- Branded Wherever I Go
(Roy Acuff/Acuff-Rose Music Inc. BMI)
10- New Charleston
11- Single Girl
12- Fancy Nancy/Hickman’s Rag
13- Life’s Railway to Heaven
14- Wait Till the Clouds Roll By
(Uncle Dave Macon/Jaymore Music Pub.)
15- Shoo Fly
16- Flying Cloud

Produced by Bob Carlin
Recorded & Remixed
by Wes LaChot at Overdub Lane
Mastered by David Glasser at Airshow Mastering
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Cotton Eyed Joe
A Message From Home Sweet Home
Critical Praise for The Hushpuppies!

"The Hushpuppies' superior vocals distinguish them beyond the excellent taste in both playing and choice of material that great old-time music demands."
ART MENIUS- The Independent

“All four are multi-instrumental, yielding a rich mix of fiddle, banjo, guitar and mandolin in a variety of arrangements. Better than that, though, they can all sing- and well- a rarity for an old-time band.”
BRUCE E. BAKER- Dirty Linen

"These foiks know what constitutes good singing and good songs. They are one of the few old-time bands today who can arrange their harmonies in exciting three parts that are as exciting as they are fun to listen to."
BOB BUCKINGHAM- The Old Time Herald

"Now, this isn't a retread of "O, Brother, Where Art Thou." These musicians have unearthed little-known gems from North Carolina, Mississippi, Tennessee and Virginia..."
JERI ROWE- Triad Style


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