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

Publication Info. Atlanta, Ga. : Dust-to-Digital, 2007.


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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 1956-2007.
Note Compact discs.
Issued as a boxed set in container (12 x 12 in.) with an accompanying book: Art of field recording. Volume I : fifty years of traditional American music documented by Art Rosenbaum : field recordings (1956-2007) / text, drawings and paintings, Art Rosenbaum ; photographs, Margo Newmark Rosenbaum.
Contents Disk I. Survey: Satan your kingdom must come down (Sister Fleeta Mitchell and Rev. Willie Mae Eberhart) -- Fred Adams (Ray Rhodes) -- Billy in the low ground (Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller) -- Frankie and Johnnie [Laws 13] ; Twenty froggies go to school (Margaret Kimmett) -- Cup of faith ; Beaudoin quadrille (Fidel Martin) -- The drowsy sleeper (Laws M4) (Mary Lomax) -- Little red rooster (The Myers Sisters) -- Tony gave a picnic (Ralph Sheckel) -- Mama whoopin' the blues (Neal Patman) -- Old John Henry died on the mountain (Henry Grady Terrell) -- Going down the road feeling bad (Golden River Grass) -- Hambone The Phillips Wonders -- Darby's ram (Bobby McMillon) -- Darlin' Corey (Shorty Ralph Reynolds) -- Carabina treinta-treinta (30-30 rifle) (Epifanio Sanchez and Group) -- I'm dying, mother (Bert Hare) -- Eternal day (Sacred Harp Singing Group) -- Tom Watson tune (Mabel Cawthorn) -- A melancholy sound (Arthur Vandeveer) -- What you gonna name that pretty baby? (Laethe Eller) -- Who killed poor Robin? (Ollie Gilbert) -- Free go Lily (Brady "Doc" and Lucy Barnes) -- Brickyard Joe (John W. Summers) -- Lord Randolph [Child 12] (Mary Heekin) -- Fly around my blue-eyed gal (Lawrence Eller and Vaughn Eller) -- Irish washerwoman (Old Threshers' Fife and Drum Band) -- Lord Daniel [Child 81] (Mary Lomax) -- Song of fifty cents (Jack Bean) -- One Saturday night when I come home [Child 274] (Dr. David Rosenbaum).
Disk 2. Religious: Don't you let nobody turn you 'round (Silver Light Gospel Singers) -- Medley (Rev. Howard Finster) -- Assurance (Sacred Harp Singing Group) -- In the silence of the midnight (Bonnie Loggins and Mary Lomax) -- Let me fly (Sister Fleeta Mitchell, Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell, and Lucy Barnes) -- Over yonder where Jesus is (Leona Ruth) -- Guide me, thou great Jehovah (Rev. Willie Gresham and Group) -- Teach me, master (Brady "Doc" and Lucy Barnes and the Gilmore Family) -- Lonesome valley (Lawrence Eller, Vaughn Eller, and Ross Brown) -- Walk with me (Brady "Doc" Barnes and Lucy Barnes) -- Jubilee (Lawrence McKiver and the McIntosh County Shouters) -- Wade the water to my knees (Lucille Holloway and Basers) -- The Lord is risen (Deacon Tommy Tookes and Congregation) -- Sit down, servant (Ida Craig) -- I am on the battlefield for my lord (Sister Fleeta Mitchell, Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell, and Lucy Barnes) -- Idumea (Richard and Elula Moss) -- An address to all (Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church) -- Walking along the heavenly road ; I am a poor pilgrim of sorrow (The Phillips Wonders) -- Lenox (Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church) -- Scarlet purple robe (Georgia Jean Eversole) -- Where the soul of man never dies (Smokey Joe Miller and Newman Young) -- Blow, Gabriel (Nathan Palmer) -- Do, lord, remember me (Gospel Supremes) -- My number will be changed (Naomi Bradford and Macedonia Baptist Church) -- Hush and listen (Rev. Willie Gresham and Macedonia Baptist Church).
Disk 3. Blues: Georgia bottleneck blues (Cecil Barfield) -- Carroll County blues (Gordon Tanner, Smokey Joe Miller, and Uncle John Patterson) -- Brooks' blues (Brooks Berry and Scrapper Blackwell) -- Key to the highway (Neal Patman and Bill Giles) -- Red river blues (J.T. Adams) -- Nobody's business (George Childers) -- Bowles' blues (Eddie Bowles) -- Got the blues so bad (Cliff Sheats) -- Guitar Pete's blues (Guitar Pete Franklin) -- Peach orchard mama (James "Yank" Rachel and Shirley Griffith) -- Big leg women (James Easley, Guitar Pete Franklin, and Raymond Holloway) -- Leaving here, don't know where I'm going (Joe K. Rakestraw and Art Rosenbaum) -- The mogul (Neal Patman) -- Deep ellum blues (Buford Boyd and Willard Benson) -- River line blues (Shirley Griffith) -- Going down the road feeling bad (Jake Staggers) -- I cried all night long (Harvie Sims) -- Maggie Campbell blues (Shirley Griffith) -- How long blues (Guitar Pete Franklin) -- "A" blues (Scrapper Blackwell).
Disk 4. Instrumental and dance: Lost Indian (Dallas Henderson) -- Flat foot Charlie (Ben Entrekin, Uncle John Patterson, and James Patterson) -- Down the road (Lawrence Eller and Vaughn Eller) -- Sally, won't you have me, do gal, do (Clester Hounchell) -- Fox chase (Coy Martin) -- Fox chase (Neal Patman) -- Medley (Gordon Tanner, Smokey Joe Miller, and Uncle John Patterson) -- Mandolin stomp (James "Yank" Rachel and Shirley Griffith) -- Omie wise (Albert Hash) -- Train 45 (Albert Hash and Art Rosenbaum) -- Turkey in the straw (George Childers) -- Arkansas traveler (Louis and Larry Riendeau) -- Fynne's polka (Dwight "Red" Lamb) -- Pigtown fling (Newt Tolman) -- Stony point (John W. Summers and Art Rosenbaum) -- Cowboy waltz (Earl Murphy and Bill Ashley) -- Walk, little Julie (Clester Hounchell) -- Five to my five (Rev. Howard Finster) -- Quit kicking my dog around (Delbert Spray and Art Rosenbaum) -- Yankee doodle (Old Threshers' Fife and Drum Band) -- Jig medley (John W. Summers) -- Big foot feller (Buell Kazee) -- Don't let your deal go down (Buford Boyd) -- Shout, Lulu (Uncle John Patterson) -- Shout, Lulu (Jake Staggers) -- Shout, Lulu (W. Guy Bruce) -- Sally Ann (W. Guy Bruce and Guy Bruce, Jr.) -- Arkansas traveler (Gordon Tanner, Phil Tanner, Art Rosenbaum, and Larry Nash) -- Beaumont rag (Frosty Lamb and Buzz Fountain) -- Whistler's waltz (Kirk Brandenberger and Art Rosenbaum) -- Shady grove (W. Guy Bruce) -- Coal creek march (Ross Brown) -- Coal creek march (Pete Steele) -- Jenny Nettles (Harry "Pappy" Wells) -- Fourteen days in Georgia (Lyman Enloe and Bob Black) -- She'll be coming 'round the mountain (Maude Thacker).
Note GMD: sound recording.
Subject Folk music -- United States.
Field recordings -- United States.
Added Author Rosenbaum, Art.
Added Title Fifty years of traditional American music
Standard No. 880226000820
Music No. DTD-08 Dust-to-Digital
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