In March 1929, Fields Ward (guitar, vocals), Ernest Stoneman (using his Justin Winfield pseudonym) (harmonica, vocals), Uncle Eck Dunford (fiddle), and Fields' brother, Sampson Ward (banjo) assembled to record fourteen sides for Gennett. They billed themselves as the Grayson County Railsplitters but the recordings were never issued on singles. They were first issued on an album credited to Fields Ward and his Buck Mountain Band, and continue to be reissued with differing band credits.
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