In the fall of 1929 Ephraim Woodie and the Henpecked Husbands got a chance to make recordings for the Columbia Phonograph Company. They first recorded “Last Gold Dollar,” with Clay Reed fiddling and Edison Nuckolls on banjo. Ephraim Woodie sang in his nasal mountain accent. This Mp3 makes me say awe shucks, why didn’t I find this sooner?!?