The Spillit Quikkers

The Spillit Quikkers, a self-proclaimed “new-fangled, old-timey string band,” employ banjos, fiddles and a whole lot of hootin’ and hollerin’ to get their audiences’ feet tapping. The band took a democratic approach to its Playlist, compiling these selections as a group.

1. “Skillet Licker Breakdown”
by the Skillet Lickers (from The Skillet Lickers: Volume 6, 1934)

2. “Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy”
by Uncle Dave Macon (from Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy)

3. “The Drunken Hiccups”
by Tommy Jarrell (from The Legacy of Tommy Jarrell, Volume 1: Sail Away Ladies)

4. “Take a Drink on Me”
by Charlie Poole (from You Ain’t Talkin’ to Me: Charlie Poole and the Roots of Country Music)

5. “I Get My Whiskey from Rockingham”
by Earl Johnson (from Earl Johnson: Volume 1, 1927)