Stamper Family Project
 FRC306 - Corbett Stamper (From the collection of Kilby Spencer) $15 per disc
Corbett Stamper (1910-1988) was an influential old-time fiddler from Whitetop, VA. He came from a family filled with old-time music,
from his brothers to his parents and grandparents. Corbett became a skilled fiddler at an early age and taught many musicians in the
nearby area how to play, including old-time fiddle maker and player Albert Hash. He quit playing the fiddle for nearly 30 years
before picking it up again in the 1970s until he passed on in July 1988. Today his granddaughter Crystal Mahaffey Blevins, son-in-law
Michael Mahaffey, and great grandson Blake Rash carry on his music along with the countless others that were influenced by his playing. Thanks to Mark Sanderford, Andy Cahan, and Blanton Owen for the recordings on this CD and for preserving his music for others to hear. - Kilby Spencer 
 Arkansas Traveler Alabama Gals    Flop Eared Mule
 Where Are You Going, Little Alice John Henry    Handsome Molly
 Billy in the lowground Tell Her Lies and Feed Her Candy   Cacklin' Hen  
 Where Corbett learned the tune (talk)  Cumberland Gap Eighth of January  
 Cripple Creek  Mississippi Sawyer  Wildwood Flower
 Sally Goodin  Cacklin Hen Little Stream of Whiskey  
 Sourwood Mountain Sally Goodin   Cripple Creek  
Turkey in the Straw    Cluck Old Hen Soldier’s Joy  
 Cindy  Alabama Gals Flop Eared Mule  
 Uncloudy Day Old Joe Clark    The Billy Goat Song
White House Blues   Billy in the Lowground   Jimmy Sutton  
 Black Eyed Susie Western Country   Cumberland Gap  
 The Girl I Left Behind Me  Second Hand Rose  

Isaac 'Ike' D Stamper - interview incl 
The Stamper Family Project
is the property of Golden Combs Ferguson