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The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers, featuring the Clines (Ezra and Curly Ray) and the Goins Brothers (Ray and Melvin), hit their peak in the late 1940s with some fairly well distributed RCA Victor records. They then reappeared on the recording scene with several albums in the early 1960s for the Starday label when Starday impresario Don Pierce sensed a growing interest in Bluegrass music (which the major labels were pretty much ignoring). These recordings are somewhat different in sound from the old Victors, but it is still solid & respectable Bluegrass with some good songs like OLD REUBEN, BRINGIN' IN THE GEORGIA MAIL, and DEATH CAME CREEPING IN MY ROOM.