A treasury of Library of Congress field recordings
|Format:||Music CD 1997|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsBonaparte's retreat (W.H. Stepp) (1:49)
Rock Island line (Kelly Pace) (1:47)
Pretty Polly (E.C. Ball) (2:17)
Pullin' the skiff (1:04) ; Shortenin' bread (:52) (Ora Dell Graham)
Sea lion woman (Christine and Katherine Shipp) (1:09)
Soldier's joy (Nashville Washboard Band) (2:08)
Another man done gone (Vera Hall) (1:24)
Northfield (Singers of the 37th Annual Session of the Alabama Sacred Harp Singing Convention ; Paine Denson, leader) (1:08)
When I lay my burden down (Turner Junior Johnson) (3:25)
Grub Springs (W.E. Claunch) (1:15)
Ain't no grave can hold my body down (Bozie Sturdivant) (4:08)
Iron Merrimac (Judge Learned Hand) (1:43)
Creek lullaby (Margaret) (:51)
Coal Creek march (Pete Steele) (1:27)
Worried life blues (David "Honeyboy" Edwards) (2:53)
One morning in May (Texas Gladden) (3:16)
The blood-strained banders (Jimmie Strothers) (1:20)
Goodbye, Old Paint (Jess Morris) (4:28)
Lead me to the rock (Wash Dennis and Charlie Sims) (2:41)
Glory in the meetinghouse (Luther Strong)
The Avondale Mine disaster (John J. Quinn) (4:07)
Roll on the ground (Thaddeus C. Willingham Jr.) (3:16)
Diamond Joe (Charlie Butler) (2:12)
Lost John (Sonny Terry) (4:38)
Sept ans sur mer (Elita, Mary, and Ella Hoffpauir) (2:48)
East Texas rag (Smith Casey) (2:08)
Old Joe Clark (Wade Ward) (:49)
The gypsy Davy (Woody Guthrie) (2:37)
Kiowa story of the flute (Belo Cozad) (3:59).
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|Publisher|| Cambridge, Mass. :Rounder,1997
|Other Titles|| Library of Congress field recordings
editor, writer of added commentary.
Archive of American Folk Song.
Sung in English, except for track 14 (sung in Creek) and track 26 (sung in French).
Selections from the Archive of American Folk Song.
"Performances ... have all been published on previous Library of Congress albums of American folk music"--Notes.
Program notes ( p. : ill.) inserted in container.
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.