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Armageddon
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produced by Brian Bauers and Christine Lavin, 1952-; performed by Christine Lavin, 1952-; in Folkzinger (Appleseed, 2005), 28 secs
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-; in Folkzinger (Appleseed, 2005), 28 secs
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Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922
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produced by Richard Martin and Meagan Hennessey (Archeophone Records, 2005), 2 hours 35 mins, 54 page(s)
produced by Richard Martin and Meagan Hennessey (Archeophone Records, 2005), 2 hours 35 mins, 54 page(s)
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Suzy Thompson: Stop & Listen
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produced by Suzy Thompson, 1954-; performed by Suzy Thompson, 1954-, Thompson String Ticklers (Arhoolie Records, 2005), 48 mins
produced by Suzy Thompson, 1954-; performed by Suzy Thompson, 1954-, Thompson String Ticklers (Arhoolie Records, 2005), 48 mins
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And the tin pan bended and the story ended...
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(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2004), 1 hour 20 mins
For a performer who never dreamt of being a "folksinger," Dave Van Ronk left a deep mark on the entire folksong revival. His jazz-trained voice, masterful guitar technique, and sharp wit endeared him to audiences everywhere; his generosity of spirit earned him friendship with artists such as Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan,...
(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2004), 1 hour 20 mins
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Bukowski: Reads His Poetry
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performed by Charles Bukowski, 1920-1994 (Takoma, 2004), 41 mins, 15 page(s)
There's a major strike against this recording of a September 14, 1972, reading in San Francisco that has nothing to do with the performance or the contents of the readings: the fidelity is poor, sounding as if it was made on a cheap portable tape player from the audience. That makes this more of archival historica...
performed by Charles Bukowski, 1920-1994 (Takoma, 2004), 41 mins, 15 page(s)
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The Preacher and The Devil's Music
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performed by Big Joe Duskin, 1921-2007, Ed Conley, fl. 1970 and Philip Paul, 1925-; in Big Joe Duskin: Big Joe Jumps Again - Cincinnati Blues Session (Yellow Dog Records, 2004), 2 mins
performed by Big Joe Duskin, 1921-2007, Ed Conley, fl. 1970 and Philip Paul, 1925-; in Big Joe Duskin: Big Joe Jumps Again - Cincinnati Blues Session (Yellow Dog Records, 2004), 2 mins
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Cowboy Poetry Classics
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(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2003), 1 hour 8 mins
In bunkhouses, bars, and hotels and around campfires and corrals, cowboy poetry flourished during its golden age between 1905 and 1935. Impelled by the development of the cowboy hero in print and on film and the idea that a unique way of life was fast disappearing, writers—cowboys and non-cowboys alike—began me...
(Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2003), 1 hour 8 mins
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Every Tone a Testimony
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produced by Robert H. Catalotti, 1955- (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2001), 2 hours 27 mins
This double CD draws upon the collection at the Smithsonian Folkways archive to create a history of African American life and culture in sound—an aural history. Encompassing both the African American oral and literary traditions, these 59 tracks feature an unparalleled assembly of voices in music, oratory, poetr...
produced by Robert H. Catalotti, 1955- (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2001), 2 hours 27 mins
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Eighteen Hundred And Ninety-One (Ain't Working Song)
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produced by Ruby Terrill Lomax, 1886-1961; performed by Charley Campbell; in Deep River Of Song: Alabama (Rounder Records, 2001), 2 mins
produced by Ruby Terrill Lomax, 1886-1961; performed by Charley Campbell; in Deep River Of Song: Alabama (Rounder Records, 2001), 2 mins
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