Brave boys New England traditions in folk music.
|Format:||Music CD 1995|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies|
ContentsA frog he would a-wooing go (Gail Stoddard Storm) (2:01)
The farmer's curst wife (Lewis Lund) (2:50)
The two brothers (Ben Mandel) (1:28)
My man John (Gail Stoddard Storm) (2:25)
Ladies' Walpole reel (Newton F. Tolman, flute ; Kay Gilbert, piano) (1:00)
Brave boys (Gale Huntington) (1:44)
Fair Fanny Moore (Sara Cleveland) (3:18)
The jam on Gerry's Rock (Lawrence Older, vocal and guitar) (4:20)
And now, old serpent, how do you feel? (:45) ; Who will bow and bend like a willow? (:56) (Mrs. Morris Austin)
A medley of Scottish fiddle tunes (Harvey Tolman, fiddle ; Rose Tolman, piano) (4:09)
The flowers of Edinburgh (Phil, Paul, and Sterl Van Arsdale, hammered dulcimers) (1:47)
The good old state of Maine / Lawrence Gorman (James Brown) (5:32)
The dreadnaught (Gale Huntington) (1:55)
Three men they went a-hunting (Sara Cleveland) (1:05)
Erin-go-bragh (Edward Kirby) (1:22)
Give an honest Irish lad a chance (Sara Cleveland) (4:12)
Knit stockings (Wilfred Guillette, fiddle ; Maurice Campbell, piano) (1:07)
The Johnstown flood (Mack Moody) (2:11)
The good old days of Adam and Eve (Rosalie Shaw) (:35)
I'll hit the road again, boys (Grant Rogers, vocal and guitar) (2:28)
Cherish the ladies (Brendan Mulvihill, fiddle ; Kevin Taylor, accordion ; Seamus Logue, piano) (3:39).
Folk songs, English
-- New England.
Folk music -- New England.
|Publisher|| New York, NY :New World Records,1995
|Other Titles|| New England traditions in folk music
Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Folk music, principally songs.
"Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc."
Originally released as LP NW 239.
Program notes by Sandy Paton, texts, and selected bibliography and discography (39 p.) inserted in contaienr.
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.