During the '30s, Dorsey Dixon
was a country/folk singer who performed political songs about his fellow textile mill workers. Teaming with his brother Howard
became well-known in the Carolinas as part of the country duo. They were underrecorded, but Dorsey's
"Wreck on the Highway" became a standard through Roy Acuff's
recording. Babies in the Mill
contains a few songs that Dixon
recorded during the '30s, balanced by some re-recordings from the '60s, offering a solid overview of his career.