on the heels of the boys' 2002 debut album, here is Take Two of
the Flood in the Studio, a lively and engaging disc that allows
the band to stretch out and show off its diversity.
Recorded in a single day-long session in November 2002 in Charleston,
West Virginia, the tracks were engineered and mixed by The Seventh
Floodster, Buddha-patient producer George Walker.
CD is available for shipping and you can purchase your copy for
$14.95 plus $1.85 shipping and handling.
You can buy the disc right here, right now,
using a major credit card and the PayPal online payment system.
Just click the Add to Cart below.
Ways to Get
U.S. Mail. Send
us a check, money order or cash in the amount of $16.80
(that is, $14.95 for the disc, plus $1.85 postage and
You also can buy the CD in person from a number of fine
West Virginia retailers. The album is carried by our friends
at the Huntington Museum of
Art's gift shop, at Fret
'n' Fiddle in St. Albans and at Tamarack
Sample Before You Buy?
smart of you! To sample "The 1937 Flood Plays Up a Storm,"
click any of the titles below to hear a 30-second sample of that
Music from the Mountains Sets You Free
Somebody Stole My Gal
Sail Away, Ladies
Alberta, Let Your Hair Hang Down
Hello, Central, Gimme Dr. Jazz
Birth of the Blues
Any Way She Done It
Eyes Like Crystal Waters
Lady Be Good
Lulu's Back in Town
Moonshine in Those W.Va. Hills
Rag Mama/Gimme Dat Ding
Never Cried ('Til My Baby Got on That Train)
are some other CDs by members and friends of The Flood that you
might be interested in. Just click the picture of an album cover
below for details.
Rather Be Flooded. Here's
the latest product of The Flood's finding its way to the studio,
a disc full of surprises, from the band's first "live in
concert" track to the introduction of the vocal stylings
of Michelle Walker, from the the recording debut of Doug's bluesy
guitar and lively mandolin and Chuck's mellow tenor guitar to
the introductory of Joe's original composition, "Vandalia
1937 Flood: The Band Not the Natural Disaster. This is the
famous debut album of The 1937 Flood, released in 2002. It features
"San Francisco Bay Blues," "West Virginia, My Home,"
"Jug Band Music," "Sunny Side of the Street"
and the Flood. Fiddler extraordinaire Joe Dobbs serves up
a wonderful collection of old favorites, from "Star Dust"
and "Georgia on My Mind" to "Mack the Knife"
and "Autumn Leaves," all with the help of The 1937 Flood.
Fiddles and Favorites. Two of West Virginia's finest fiddle
players -- Joe Dobbs and Buddy Griffin -- team up for a wonderful
collection of new, old and traditional songs. Highlighted by exceptional
twin fiddle arrangements.
Dobbs Plays Old Time Fiddle Tunes. Here Joe serves up a nice
selection of reels, hornpipes and other traditional fiddle tunes,
backed on hammered/mountain dulcimers by Mary Faith Rhoads and
guitar/banjo work provided by Dennis Dobbs. Originally recorded
in Wayne County, W.Va., in 1979.