ContentsI'm troubled (Doc and Arnold Watson) (3:10)
The country blues (Dock Boggs) (4:24)
Going down to the river (Fred McDowell) (3:09)
East Virginia blues (Roscoe Holcomb) (4:51)
The storms are on the ocean (Maybelle Carter) (3:03)
The dream of the miner's child (the Stanley Brothers) (4:03)
Soldier's joy (Hobart Smith) (1:45)
Coffee blues (Mississippi John Hurt) (4:47)
Live and let live (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys) (2:46)
Lonely tombs (the Watson Family) (2:25)
Rockin' boogie (Jesse Fuller) (3:46)
Brown's dream (Gaither Carlton and Doc Watson) (1:43)
Down south blues (Dock Boggs) (3:17)
Knoxville blues (Sam McGee) (2:30)
Have a feast here tonight (the Stanley Brothers) (3:12)
Riley (John Davis and the Georgia Sea Island Singers) (2:09)
Buck and wing (Jesse Fuller) (1:22)
Hell among the yearlings (Arthur Smith) (1:47)
Amelia Earhart's last flight (the Greenbriar Boys) (3:47)
The brakeman's blues (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys) (2:32)
Foggy mountain top (Maybelle Carter) (2:07)
Hicks' farewell (Doc Watson) (5:00)
Jordan is a hard road to travel (the New Lost City Ramblers) (2:42)
Write me a few of your lines (Fred McDowell) (2:54)
Bimini gal (Joseph Spence) (2:44)
Shady grove (1:47) ; Grey eagle (1:36) ; Walkin' the dog (2:03) (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys)
San Francisco Bay blues (Jesse Fuller) (3:24)
Short life of trouble (Doc and Arnold Watson) (3:41)
John Henry (Roscoe Holcomb) (1:59)
Kneelin' down inside the gate (Stanley Thompson) (3:45)
Tell my why you like Roosevelt (McKinley Peebles) (4:29)
Bury me under the weeping willow (Maybelle Carter) (2:34)
Mansions for me (the Stanley Brothers) (2:27)
Before this time another year (Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers) (5:02)
My creole belle (Mississippi John Hurt) (2:54)
"Guitar lesson" (1:26) ; Cincinnati blues (2:27) (Jesse Fuller)
Poor boy in jail (Dock Boggs) (2:41)
He's solid gone (Maybelle Carter) (2:44)
Maggie Walker blues (the Clarence Ashley Group) (3:43)
Chevrolet (Ed Young and Emma Ramsay) (3:14)
Rising sun blues (Roscoe Holcomb) (3:03)
Lord, build me a cabin in glory (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys) (1:37)
Frankie and Albert (Mississippi John Hurt) (5:20)
Hard times (the Stanley Brothers) (2:23)
The miller's will (Horton Barker) (3:17)
The coo coo bird (Clarence Ashley) (4:04)
Double file (Gaither Carlton and Doc Watson) (1:30)
The wandering boy (Annie Bird) (3:22)
Stranger blues (Jessie Fuller) (3:29)
I saw the light (Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys) (2:24)
Sugar Hill (Maybelle Carter) (1:06)
Amazing grace (the Clarence Ashley Group) (4:29).
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Blues (Music) -- 1961-1970.
Popular music -- 1961-1970.
Bluegrass music -- 1961-1970.
Live sound recordings.
|Publisher|| Washington, DC :Smithsonian Folkways,2006
|Other Titles|| Folk arrival, 1961-1965.
Siegel, Peter K.
Watson, Arnold, performer.
Watson, Doc, performer.
Boggs, Dock, 1898-1971, performer.
McDowell, Fred, performer.
Holcomb, Roscoe, performer.
Carter, Maybelle, 1909-1978, performer.
Smith, Hobart, 1897-1965, performer.
Hurt, Mississippi John, 1892-1966, performer.
Monroe, Bill, 1911-1996, performer.
Fuller, Jesse, performer.
Carlton, Gaither, 1901-1972, performer.
McGee, Sam, 1894-1975, performer.
Davis, John, 1903-1972, performer.
Smith, Arthur, 1898-1971, performer.
Spence, Joseph, 1910-1984, performer.
Thompson, Stanley, performer.
Peebles, Kinny, performer.
Jones, Bessie, 1902-1984, performer.
Young, Ed, 1908-1974, performer.
Ramsay, Emma, performer.
Barker, Horton, 1889-1973, performer.
Ashley, Clarence, 1895-1967, performer.
Bird, Annie, performer.
Friends of Old-Time Music.
Stanley Brothers, performer.
Blue Grass Boys, performer.
Doc Watson Family (Musical group), performer.
Sea Island Singers, performer.
Greenbriar Boys, performer.
New Lost City Ramblers, performer.
Clarence Ashley Group, performer.
Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.
Blues, bluegrass, popular, and traditional music recorded at the Friends of Old Time Music concerts in New York, N.Y.
"Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage"--Container.
Some selections previously released.
Compact disc; in container (31 cm.).
Program and biographical notes by Peter K. Siegel (55 p. : ill.) laid in container.
3 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.