Times ain't like they used to be early rural and popular American music, 1928-1935
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SummaryDepression-era musicians filmed by newsreel crews, and commercial shorts, including the only surviving film of Jimmie Rodgers.
ContentsWaiting for a train ; Daddy and home ; Blue yodel (from The singing brakeman) (Jimmie Rodgers)
Foldin' bed (Whistler's Jug Band)
Happy am I (Elder Lightfoot Solomon Michaux & congregation)
Doggett's Gap (Bascom Lamar Lunceford Band)
Home on the range (Jules Allen)
Little old log cabin in the lane (Uncle John Scruggs)
Tiger rag (Jack Johnson's Jazz Band)
Waggoner (fiddler at square dance)
Poor little Benny (Bela Lam & family)
Goofus (Cumberland Ridge Runners)
Tomorrow ; My Ohio home (Eddie Thomas, Carl Scott)
Fiddlin man (Bob Wills' Texas Playboys)
Mary don't you weep (Georgia field hands)
Soldier's joy (Bun Wright's Fiddle Band)
Cheer up (Ted Weems' Orchestra)
Vaudeville revue (Otto Gray's Oklahoma Cowboys)
El fiel enamorado = The faithful lover (Estudiantina Invencibal)
Miss McLeod's reel (unknown fiddle band)
Ida (Duke Davis Banjo Band)
Mighty lak' a rose ; Dream kisses (Lemire Twins)
Turkey in the straw (musicians at a fiddler's convention)
Sing you sinners (Frank Westphal's Orchestra).
Jazz -- 1921-1930.
Jazz -- 1931-1940.
Popular music -- United States -- 1921-1930.
Popular music -- United States -- 1931-1940.
|Publisher|| [Newton, N.J.] :Yazoo,2000
|Other Titles|| Early rural and popular American music, 1928-1935
Early American rural & popular music
Rodgers, Jimmie, 1897-1933.
Lunsford, Bascom Lamar, 1882-1973, performer.
Allen, Jules Verne, 1883-1944.
Wills, Bob, 1905-1975.
Whistler and His Jug Band.
Ted Weems Orchestra.
Oklahoma Cowboys (Musical group)
Editor, Dana Heinz.
Previously released on videocassette in 1992.
1 videodisc (70 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.