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Title Art of field recording. Volume II : fifty years of traditional American music / documented by Art Rosenbaum.

Publication Info. Atlanta, Ga. : Dust-to-Digital, 2008.


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 South Windsor Public Library - Audio-Visual Materials  CD FOLK AMERICAN    Check Shelf
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (95 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.)
Note Title from container.
Performer Various performers.
Event Recorded 1956-2008.
Note Compact discs.
Issued as a boxed set in container (12 x 12 in.) with an accompanying book: Art of field recording. Volume II : fifty years of traditional American music documented by Art Rosenbaum : field recordings (1956-2008) / text, drawings and paintings, Art Rosenbaum ; photographs, Margo Newmark Rosenbaum.
Contents Disk 1. Survey. La grondeuse = (The scolding woman) (Fidel Martin) -- Blues (Eddie Bowles) -- 12th Street rag (Frosty Lamb and Buzz Fountain) -- Danish galop (Dwight "Red" Lamb) -- Broke down engine (Tony Bryant) -- J'ai passé devant ta porte (The Balfa Brothers and Nathan Abshire) -- Colinda (The Balfa Brothers and Nathan Abshire -- Garfield (Jake Staggers) -- The devil song (child 275) (Bobby McMillon) -- Unnamed tune (John W. Summers) -- Going across the prairie (Kirk Brandenberger and Art Rosenbaum) -- Muddy roads of Georgia (Uncle John Patterson) -- Georgia blues (Cecil Barfield) -- Billy Staffer (the state of Arkansas) (Laws H 1) (Mary Lomax) -- Cindy in the summertime (Eller Brothers) -- General Lee's surrender (Ross Brown and Howard Cunningham) -- Shortnin' bread (Neal Patman) -- Free little bird (Juanita and Oscar "Shorty" Shehan) -- The soldier and the lady (Laws P14) (Juanita and Oscar "Shorty" Shehan) -- Big road blues (Shirley Griffith) -- Harlan County farewell tune (rambling hobo) (Pete Steele) -- Marmaduke's hornpipe (Earl Murphy and Andy Carlson) -- Jonah (Bert Hare) -- Turkey in the straw (Smokey McKinnis and Bob Black) -- Paddy on the turnpike (Clester Hounchell) -- Play party songs: In this ring / I'd rather be a farmer's boy (Anna Sandage Underhill -- Mulberry gap / Cumberland gap (The Chancey Brothers) -- Fred Rogers' reel (Louis and Henry Riendeau) -- Goin' where the Monon crosses the yellow dog (Scrapper Blackwell).
Disk 2. Religious. Welcome home (Brown's Chapel Choir) -- The river of Jordan (Myers Family and Friends) -- Brother, you ought t've been there (Fleeta and Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell with Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes) -- New prospect (Georgia Sacred Harp Convention) -- No man can love me like Jesus (Bert Hare) -- He's calling me (Ebenezer East Church) -- Out of my bondage (Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller) -- Mother, tell me of the angels (Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church) -- No room at the hotel (Otha Cooper) -- Let's have a family prayer (The Traveling Inner Lights -- Over in the glory land (Golden River Grass) -- A charge to keep I have (Rev. Willie Mae Eberhart, Sister Fleeta Mitchell and Eddie Ruth Pringle) -- How long the train been gone? (Jake Staggers and Family) -- Lord, remember me (Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church) -- Eve and Adam (pickin' up leaves) (McIntosh County Shouters) -- There's a man going around taking names (Otha Cooper and Imogene Riggens) -- Savior, don't you pass me by (Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes) -- Oh that terrible day (Laethe Eller and Berthie Rogers) -- I know I got religion (Cora Thompson) -- Dry bones (Silver Light Gospel Singers) -- Walk with me (House of God, Sarasota, Florida).
Disk 3. Accompanied songs and ballads. I wish I was a mole in the ground (The Chancey Brothers) -- Going to Georgia (The Eller Family) -- Southern Texas (George Gibson) -- Raise a ruckus tonight (Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes) -- The rambling boy (Laws L12) (Myers Family and Friends) -- Want to go to Cuba, can't go now (Shorty Ralph Reynolds) -- The boat's up the river (Ola Belle Reed) -- Hog drivers (Pat Hudson) -- As I walked out one morning in spring (W. Guy Bruce) -- Devilish Mary (Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller) -- Barbara Allen (Child 84) (Buell Kazee) -- Steamboat Bill (Jack Bean) -- John Henry (Laws I1) (Lawrence Eller and Ross Brown) -- John Henry (Laws I1) (Mose Parker) -- John Hardy (Laws I2) (Willard Benson) -- Old Joe Clark (Myers Family and Friends) -- The miller's will (Laws Q21) (Dr. C. B. Skelton) -- On top of Old Smoky (Lawrence Eller) -- Last payday at Coal Creek (Pete Steele) -- The wreck on the CC&O Road (Laws G3) (Helen McDuffie and Leasie Whitmire) -- Quit that ticklin' me (Buzz Fountain) -- Going up the country (some kind of blues) (Mabel Cawthorn) -- Talking blues (Myers Family and Friends) -- Don't go riding down that old Texas trail (The Eller Brothers and Ross Brown) -- Ring ching ching (Jack Bean).
Disk 4. Unaccompanied songs and ballads. Fair and tender maidens (Mary Lomax) -- The birds' song (Vergil Sandage) -- The elfin knight (Child 2) (Anna Sandage Underhill) -- Gypsy Davy (Child 200) (Stan Gilliam) -- Black Jack Davy (Child 200) (Mary Lomax) -- Black Jack Davy (Child 200) (Ray Rhodes) -- The battle of Stone River (Oscar "Doc" Parks) -- Froggy went a-courting (The Phillips Wonders) -- The factory girl (Mary Heekin) -- I'm a noble soldier (Jim Cook) -- The young man's lament (Anna Sandage Underhill) -- The butcher's boy (Laws P24) (Vern Smelser) -- Lady Lye (Child 79) (Ollie Gilbert) -- Lullabies (Stan Gilliam) -- Utah Carl (Laws B4) (Ollie Gilbert) -- Billy Button (Mary Ruth Moore) -- Ring plays (Oneitha Ellison and Group) -- Mohawk love song (Mr. and Mrs. Lazore) -- Shenandoah (Alice Gerrard) -- Two little boys (Greg and Lala Brown) -- Down in the Arkansas (Mary Lomax) -- I'll drink and be jolly (Bonnie Loggins) -- We'll march around the wall (Brady "Doc" Barnes) -- John came home (Child 274) (Vern Smelser) -- The farm out west (Margaret Kimmett) -- Frankie and Johnny (Laws I3) (Ray Rhodes) -- The farmer's son (Mistress Della Mae Reedy) -- The famous wedding (Laws P3I) (Maude Thacker) -- Sail away, lady / Greenback (Stan Gilliam) -- The lame soldier (Sudie Parks) -- Pearl Bryan (Laws F2) (Oscar "Doc" Parks) -- Sing, sing, what'll I sing? (Bonnie Loggins).
Note GMD: sound recording.
Subject Folk music -- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Field recordings -- United States.
Added Author Rosenbaum, Art.
Rosenbaum, Margo Newmark. Photographer.
Added Title Fifty years of traditional American music
Standard No. 880226001223
Music No. DTD-12 Dust-to-Digital
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