You can now place requests for physical library materials on this website. Be advised that items recently returned to the library may continue to appear on your account for a few days. For the safety of library customers and staff, returned materials are quarantined for a minimum of 96 hours before they are checked in. Please contact your local library for hold pickup instructions, or to ask any questions about returned items.

Art of field recording. fifty years of traditional American music Volume I

Format: Music CD 2007
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets COMPACT DISC Fo Art 32338
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets
 
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Fo Art 32338
 
 
Contents
1, Survey. Satan your kingdom must come down (Sister Fleeta Mitchell and Rev. Willie Mae Eberhard) ; Fred Adams (Ray Rhodes) ; Billy in the low ground (Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller) ; Frankie and Johnnie ; Twenty froggies go to school (Margaret Kimmett) ; Cup of faith ; Beaudoin quadrille (Fidel Martin) ; The drowsy sleeper (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 McMillion) ; 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 (Mary Heekin) ; Fly around my blue-eyed gal (Lawrence Eller and Vaughn Eller) ; Irish washerwoman (Old Threshers' Fife and Drum Band) ; Lord Daniel (Mary Lomax) ; Song of fifty cents (Jack Bean) ; One saturday night when I come home (Dr. David Rosenbaum)
2, Religious. Don't you let nobody turn you 'round (Silver Light Gospel Singers) ; Medley. Some have fathers over yonder ; In the sweet by and by ; Down at the cross ; Nearer my God to thee ; Amazing grace ; Mother's not dead (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)
3, Blues. Georgie 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)
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. Cumberland Gap ; Gid Tanner's bucking mule ; Hen cackle (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. St. Patrick's Day in the morning ; The Campbells are coming ; Molly O'Connor (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) ; Whisler'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).

Additional Information
Subjects Folk music -- United States.
Field recordings.
Publisher Atlanta, GA :Dust-to-Digital,2007
Other Titles Fifty years of traditional American music
Contributors Rosenbaum, Art.
Rosenbaum, Margo Newmark.
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Language English
Notes Title from container.
Compact disc; in container (29 cm.).
Program notes by Art Rosenbaum, including drawings and painting by him and photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum (95 p. : ill.) laid in.
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Classic View