Andrew Rowan Summers - The Unquiet Grave (American Tragic Ballads) herunterladen
|1||The Unquiet Grave|
|2||The True Lover's Farewell|
|4||The House Carpenter|
|5||At The Foot Of Yonders Mountain|
|6||The Cruel Brother|
|8||Searching For Lambs|
|FA 2364||Andrew Rowan Summers||The Unquiet Grave (LP)||Folkways Records||FA 2364||US||1952|
- Vocals, Dulcimer – Andrew Rowan Summers
Originally included a folded eight-page lyrics insert.
- Copyright (c) – Folkways Records & Service Corp.
Andrew Rowan Summers. Unquiet Grave and Other American Tragic Ballads. Your Rating. The Unquiet Grave. Artist images. 459 listeners. Features Song Lyrics for Andrew Rowan Summers's The Unquiet Grave - American Tragic Ballads album. Andrew Rowan Summers - The Unquiet Grave - American Tragic Ballads Album. Artist: Andrew Rowan Summers. Album: The Unquiet Grave - American Tragic Ballads. No songs for The Unquiet Grave - American Tragic Ballads yet. embed . Get the embed code. Album 1951 8 Songs. More By Andrew Rowan Summers. See from the 1951 Folkways album The Unquiet Grave. Copyright to Andrew Rowan Summers and the Smithsonian Folkways Records. Unquiet Grave and Other American Tragic Rowan Summers from United States. The top ranked albums by Andrew Rowan Summers are The Unquiet Grave, Hymns And Carols: Early American and Seeds Of Love. This album features classic ballads, including quotGeordiequot and quotThe Cruel Unquiet Grave and Other American Tragic Ballads. Warning: proposition 65 reasons:titanium dioxide, other chemicals. Explore this item. Music Genre. Folk Music, Traditional Folk. Manufacturer Part Number. FW-02364-CCD. Record Label. Folkways Records. Smithsonian Folkways. Executions, ghosts, and dancing on graves: Andrew Rowan Summers collects the macabre, the spooky, and the heartrending into one volume. This album features classic ballads, including Geordie and The Cruel Brother. Andrew Rowan Summers December 15, 1912 March 1968 was an American folk singer and player of the Appalachian dulcimer. Summers was among the earliest musicians to draw attention to the dulcimer to a wider audience outside the Appalachians, with John Jacob Niles being one of the few earlier