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Comedians & Angels
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produced by Jim Rooney; performed by Tom Paxton, 1937- (Appleseed, 2008), 53 mins, 15 page(s)
Tom Paxton was one of the few New York City based singer/songwriters to get a pop hit; the Fireballs waxed his alcoholic anthem "Bottle of Wine" and took it to the Top Ten in 1968. He also contributed his share of folk standards to the canon including "The Last Thing on My Mind," "Ramblin' Boy," and "I Can't Help...
produced by Jim Rooney; performed by Tom Paxton, 1937- (Appleseed, 2008), 53 mins, 15 page(s)
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With Roots & Wings
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produced by Lloyd Maines, 1951-; performed by Nancy Josephson, Jen Schonwald and Kathleen Weber, Angel Band and Chum (Appleseed, 2008), 47 mins, 13 page(s)
produced by Lloyd Maines, 1951-; performed by Nancy Josephson, Jen Schonwald and Kathleen Weber, Angel Band and Chum (Appleseed, 2008), 47 mins, 13 page(s)
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Better Dreams
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produced by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006 and Maura Kennedy, fl. 1994; performed by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006 and Maura Kennedy, fl. 1994, The Kennedys (Appleseed, 2008), 39 mins, 12 page(s)
produced by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006 and Maura Kennedy, fl. 1994; performed by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006 and Maura Kennedy, fl. 1994, The Kennedys (Appleseed, 2008), 39 mins, 12 page(s)
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Live in New York City 1982
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performed by David Bromberg, 1945-, Gene Johnson, Robert Amiot and Jeff Wisor, David Bromberg Quartet (Appleseed, 2008), 1 hour 11 mins, 13 page(s)
David Bromberg was already past his peak as a popular attraction by the time this live recording was made in 1982, but his musicianly prowess was no less diminished. Whether on acoustic guitar, fiddle, or mandolin, Bromberg was technically proficient and often quite dazzling as he navigated his way around various...
performed by David Bromberg, 1945-, Gene Johnson, Robert Amiot and Jeff Wisor, David Bromberg Quartet (Appleseed, 2008), 1 hour 11 mins, 13 page(s)
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Italian Moon
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(Cook Records, 2006), 35 mins
Steve Merrick joins the Jefferson-Jones Orchestra to croon twelve love songs from the pops, including "I Left Her in Capri" and "Tu Seu per Me."
(Cook Records, 2006), 35 mins
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Songs of the Open Road
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produced by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006; performed by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006 and Maura Kennedy, fl. 1994, The Kennedys (Appleseed, 2006), 54 mins, 14 page(s)
produced by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006; performed by Pete Kennedy, 1922-2006 and Maura Kennedy, fl. 1994, The Kennedys (Appleseed, 2006), 54 mins, 14 page(s)
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One Meat Ball
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produced by Mark Hawley and Christine Lavin, 1952- (Appleseed, 2006), 1 hour 5 mins, 21 page(s)
produced by Mark Hawley and Christine Lavin, 1952- (Appleseed, 2006), 1 hour 5 mins, 21 page(s)
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Folkzinger
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produced by Brian Bauers and Christine Lavin, 1952-; performed by Christine Lavin, 1952- (Appleseed, 2005), 57 mins, 13 page(s)
Folksinger and songwriter Christine Lavin's 17th release (and third for Appleseed Records) is very much a New York album, not so much as a stated theme, but the feel of the city and the after effects of 9/11 seem to drift in and out of the background of these songs like a half-remembered dream. Lavin hasn't by any...
produced by Brian Bauers and Christine Lavin, 1952-; performed by Christine Lavin, 1952- (Appleseed, 2005), 57 mins, 13 page(s)
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Love Call Me Home
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produced by Calum MacColl and Neill MacColl; performed by Peggy Seeger, 1935- (Appleseed, 2005), 44 mins, 12 page(s)
During the 1950s-1960s folk revival, Peggy Seeger developed one of the most distinct vocal styles among traditional singers. She sang within tradition, but honed a personal style that surpassed mere emulation. Perhaps because she was -- like Jean Ritchie -- so traditional, or perhaps because she spent so much time...
produced by Calum MacColl and Neill MacColl; performed by Peggy Seeger, 1935- (Appleseed, 2005), 44 mins, 12 page(s)
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Where the Mangoes Are
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produced by Scott Petito; performed by Kate McDonnell (Appleseed, 2005), 52 mins, 12 page(s)
While Kate McDonnell qualifies as a fine contemporary folkie, she isn't the type of singer who forgets her roots on Where the Mangoes Are. On self-penned songs like "Tumbleweed" and "Go Down Moses," she relies on electric guitars and drums to deliver the message. But her thoughtful reflections on "Hey Joe" and her...
produced by Scott Petito; performed by Kate McDonnell (Appleseed, 2005), 52 mins, 12 page(s)
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