Only much later, when I grew up and discovered Bluegrass, did I realize what a treasure we had stumbled upon. Our album, a 1962 release, was a compilation of music recorded in the early Forties. And it was Bill himself, and the Boys, and the first and the greatest bluegrass ever recorded.
I put the whole album on a cassette tape, and it went with me everywhere I went for the next few years. Now it's lost, along with the album itself. So I'm glad that I can go online now and hear Bill and the Boys barking like dogs again anytime I want to.