Lester McFarland and
Robert Gardner (Mac and Bob)

Lester McFarland and Robert Gardner met at the Kentucky School for the Blind in 1915. Known as Mac and Bob, they recorded early country music several labels from the 1920s through the early 40s. Check out AllMusic.com for a more comprehensive description of their recording career.

The Recordings

There's No One Like Mother to Me

 record label Group: Lester McFarland & Robert Gardner
Label: Brunswick Matrix Number: Brunswick (332)
Record Type: Double sided 10 inch 78 RPM
Date Recorded: February 1929
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This is another nicely performed song from Mac and Bob about the longing for home.

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The Old Cottage Home

Group: Lester McFarland & Robert Gardner
Label: Brunswick Matrix Number: Brunswick (332)
Record Type: Double sided 10 inch 78 RPM
Date Recorded: February 1929
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Lovely harmonies, guitar and harmonica on an old song that sweetly captures the longing often expressed in this era’s songs for home and family.

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2 thoughts on “Lester McFarland & Robert Gardner”

  1. Robert Brasington says:

    Just love the music please list some other by these artiest very good.

    1. DownAndOut says:

      Robert -We sure will. Thank you for listening!

      Thomas

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