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Various - Music Down Home: An Introduction To Negro Folk Music, U.S.A. herunterladen Darsteller: Various
Titel: Music Down Home: An Introduction To Negro Folk Music, U.S.A.
Stil: Folk
Etikett: Folkways Records
# Cat: FA 2691
Freigegeben: 1965
Land: US
FLAC album: 1174 mb
MP3 album: 1879 mb
Bewertung: 4.0
Genre: Weltmusic

Trackliste

1 I. When Life Is Big...
2Rosie Hibler & FamilyMove Members Move
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
1:52
3Gus CannonOld John Booker - You Call That Gone
Recorded By – Samuel B. ChartersVoice, Banjo [5-string] – Gus Cannon
1:38
4Willie Thomas And Butch CageBlues Fiddle (44 Blues)
Recorded By – Moses AschVocals, Fiddle – Willie ThomasVocals, Guitar – Butch Cage
4:08
5LeadbellyBirmingham Jail
Recorded By – Frederic Ramsey, Jr.Voice, Guitar [12-string] – Huddie Ledbetter
2:27
6Rich AmersonRailroad, 1
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
1:22
7Fisk Jubilee SingersRockin' Jerusalem
Recorded By – John W. Work
2:30
8 III. When Life Is Young...
9Sonny TerryLost John
Recorded By – Moses AschVoice, Harmonica – Sonny Terry
3:03
10 IV. Work Songs
11Prison Farm Work GroupLost John
Recorded By – Chester Bower, Fred Hellerman, John Lomax, Jr., Pete Seeger, Toshi Seeger
4:50
12Victoria SpiveyYou're My Man - Slick Chick Blues
Voice, Piano – Victoria Spivey
13Little Brother MontgomeryJust Got Over At Last
Recorded By – Rae Flerlage
2:19
14Big Bill BroonzyMule Ridin', Talking Blues
Voice, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
3:38
15 VII. Two Songs Of Alabama
16Annie Grace Horn DodsonField Call
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
1:15
17 VI. Instrumental Sounds
18Rich Amerson And Earthy Anne ColemanKing David
Recorded By – Courlander
4:25
19Dock Reed And Vera Hall WardPrayer Song
Recorded By – Courlander
2:32
20Vera Hall WardMama's Goin' To Buy Him A Little Lap Dog
Recorded By – Courlander
0:47
21Annie Grace Horn DodsonChildren's Call
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
0:40
22Enoch BrownComplaint Call
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
0:40
23 V. Work Songs
24 II. Go Pray Ye...
25Dorothy MeltonThe Day Is Past
Recorded By – Frederick Ramsey, Jr.
1:55
26Annie DodsonGo Pray Ye
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
2:28
27Mozelle MooreI'm Goin' To Pack Up My Things
Recorded By – Frederic Ramsey, Jr.Voice, Harmonica – Mozelle Moore
3:07
28Children Of East York SchoolI'm Goin' Up North - Satisfied
Recorded By – Courlander
1:20
29Rich AmersonRailroad, 2
Recorded By – Courlander
1:50
30Montgomery Gospel TrioI'm So Glad
Recorded By – Moses Asch
2:26
31Rich AmersonBrother Hawk, Brother Buzzard And Brother Rabbit
Recorded By – Courlander
1:55
32Annie DodsonWater On The Wheel
Recorded By – Harold Courlander
0:42
33Gus Cannon & Skiffle GroupTake Your Fingers Off It
Guitar [Tenor Guitar], Vocals – Charlie BurseHarmonica, Vocals – Will ShadeJug – Gus CannonRecorded By – Charters
2:48
34Brownie McGheeCareless Love
Recorded By – Moses AschVoice, Guitar – Brownie McGhee
3:14
35LeadbellyTake This Hammer
Recorded By – Moses AschVoice, Twelve-String Guitar – Huddie Ledbetter
1:35
36Big Bill BroonzyI Wonder When I'll Get To Be Called A Man
Recorded By – Moses AschVoice, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
2:16
37Furry LewisJohn Henry
Recorded By – ChartersVoice, Slide Guitar [Bottle-neck Guitar] – Furry Lewis
4:45
38Rich AmersonBlack Woman
Recorded By – Courlander
4:50
39Snooks EaglinLet Me Go Home, Whiskey
Recorded By – Harry OsterVoice, Guitar – Snooks Eaglin
2:50
40Sonny Terry's Washboard BandSonny's Jump
Featuring – Sonny TerryRecorded By – Moses Asch
3:04

Credits

  • Design [Cover Design]Ronald Clyne
  • Edited By, Liner NotesCharles Edward Smith
  • IllustrationPhilip Evergood

Hinweise

Recording and Original Issue Information:
A1: Recorded in New York City, 1940-50. From Folkways FA 2004.
A2, A3, A4, B3, B5, C7: Recorded in Alabama, 1950. From Folkways FE 4417.
A5, A8: Recorded in Alabama, 1950. From Folkways 4474.
A6, B4, B6: Recorded in Alabama, 1950. From Folkways FE 4471.
A7, A10: Recorded in Alabama, 1950. From Folkways FE 4418.
A9: Recorded in Alabama, 1954. From Folkways FP 2657.
A11: Recorded in Alabama, 1950. From Folkways FE 4472.
B1: Recorded in Tennessee, 1955. From Folkways FA 2372.
B2: Recorded in Chicago.
B7: Recorded 1952. From Folkways FA 2035.
B8: Recorded at a Texas prison farm, 1951. From Folkways FE 4475.
C1: Recorded in Alabama, 1954. From Folkways FA 2659.
C2: Recorded in New York City, 1955. From Folkways FA 2030.
C3: Recorded in New Orleans, 1958. From Folkways FA 2476.
C5: Recorded in New York City, 1957. From Folkways FA 2326.
C6: From a Studs Terkel radio interview program, Chicago, 1957. From Folkways FG 3586.
D1, D3: Recorded in Memphis, 1956. From Folkways FA 2610.
D2: Recorded in Memphis, 1959. From Folkways FS 3823.
D4: Recorded at the Newport Folk Festival 1959-1960.
D5: Recorded in New York City, 1954. From Folkways FA 2006.
D6: Recorded in New York City, 1948. From Folkways FP 2942A.
D7: Recorded 1961. From Folkways FH 5591.

No duration is given for track C4.

© 1965 Folkways Records and Service Corp.

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  • Other (Library Of Congress Catalogue Number): R65-1451

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  • Copyright (c) – Folkways Records & Service Corp.

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I'm Goin' to Pack Up My Things and Back Down That Sunny Road I'm Goin'. Mozelle Moore. Careless Love. Brownie McGhee. Album 1965 33 Songs. Let Me Go Home, Whiskey. Snooks Eaglin. You're My Man - Slick Chick Blues. Victoria Spivey. Various Artists. View Cart. Buy Custom CD . This 1965 recording traces the evolution of African American folk music from the oral tradition of folk music in the African American community has demonstrated a perseverence through the eras of slavery and segregation while embracing and influencing American popular music through songs, lyrics and performance. 33 songs, 1. 4 hours, with liner notes by producer Charles Edward Smith detailing the historical underpinnings of African American folk music and background notes on songs including lyrics. Track Listing. Album Info. Catalog Numbers. FW02691, FA 2691. Years Released. Music Down Home: An Introduction to Negro Folk Music, . Your Rating. Releases . Слушайте Music Down Home: An Introduction to Negro Folk Music, . Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1965 33 Tracks. By Various Artists. PLAY ALL. Music Down Home: An Introduction To Negro Folk Music, . Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1965 33 Tracks. play all. Get Album Info. Play all. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution . Album by various artists. When Life Is Big. Take This Hammer by Leadbelly. Field Call by Annie Grace Horn Dodson. Children's Call by Annie Grace Horn Dodson. Complaint Call by Enoch Brown. Water on the Wheel by Annie Dodson. Railroad, 1 by Rich Amerson. Move Members Move by Rosie Hibler & Family. Go Pray Ye. Go Pray Ye by Annie Dodson. The Day Is Past by Dorothy Melton. Prayer Song by Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward. King David by Rich Amerson and Earthy Anne Coleman. Released: Jan 1965. Various Artists1 gennaio 1965. Folk 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1965 Folkways Records. Aggiungi alla lista desideri. PROVA GRATUITA. 16,49 USD. Ascolta questo e milioni di altri album. Il primo mese è gratis. Disco 1