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Tom Paley, John Cohen, and Mike Seeger Sing Songs of the New Lost City Ramblers
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(Folkways Records, 1978), 48 mins
This album, recorded in 1960-1961, shows these three musicians' passionate love for mountain music. The New Lost City Ramblers learned their music from impeccable sources—from old time commercial discs made between 1922 and 1941, and from field recordings in the Library of Congress Archive of American Folk Song.
(Folkways Records, 1978), 48 mins
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John Brown's Dream
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produced by Mike Seeger, 1933-2009; performed by John Cohen, 1932- and Mike Seeger, 1933-2009, New Lost City Ramblers; in On the Great Divide (Folkways Records, 1975), 2 mins
produced by Mike Seeger, 1933-2009; performed by John Cohen, 1932- and Mike Seeger, 1933-2009, New Lost City Ramblers; in On the Great Divide (Folkways Records, 1975), 2 mins
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Rural Delivery No. 1
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(Folkways Records, 1964), 49 mins
In this album's liner notes, John Cohen writes, "After seven years of performing, the New Lost City Ramblers play in a great many country styles. We have each developed our own individual preferences, so one will recognize greater polar ties here, from old time music to some of the more modern sounds."
(Folkways Records, 1964), 49 mins
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String Band Instrumentals
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(Folkways Records, 1964), 48 mins
This selection of exciting tunes comes from old recordings and live musicians, and includes favorites "Bill Cheatham," "John Brown's Dream," and ""Jenny on the Railroad." Extensive notes on instrumentation and tuning augment this collection.
(Folkways Records, 1964), 48 mins
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New Lost City Ramblers - Volume 5
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(Folkways Records, 1963), 52 mins
Dubbed a "trio of insidious crusaders for ‘old-timey' music" by Sing Out!'s Pete Welding, the New Lost City Ramblers helped bring old-time music to wider audiences through their performances as a band and through their work making field recordings of traditional musicians and resurrecting songs from old 78rpm di...
(Folkways Records, 1963), 52 mins
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Hello, John D.
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performed by John Cohen, 1932-, Mike Seeger, 1933-2009 and Tracy Schwarz, 1938-, New Lost City Ramblers; in The New New Lost City Ramblers with Tracy Schwarz: Gone to the Country (Folkways Records, 1963), 1 min
Joined on this recording by fiddler Tracy Schwarz, this album explores new musical territory "at least ten years in either direction," including unaccompanied ballad singing and bluegrass. Of especial note is the variety of banjo styles represented, from drop thumb frailing to Ralph Stanley's style of early blueg...
performed by John Cohen, 1932-, Mike Seeger, 1933-2009 and Tracy Schwarz, 1938-, New Lost City Ramblers; in The New New Lost City Ramblers with Tracy Schwarz: Gone to the Country (Folkways Records, 1963), 1 min
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New Lost City Ramblers - Vol. 4
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(Folkways Records, 1962), 44 mins
Dubbed a "trio of insidious crusaders for ‘old-timey' music" by Sing Out!'s Pete Welding, the New Lost City Ramblers helped bring old-time music to wider audiences through their performances as a band and through their work making field recordings of traditional musicians and resurrecting songs from old 78rpm di...
(Folkways Records, 1962), 44 mins
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New Lost City Ramblers - Vol. 2
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(Folkways Records, 1960), 46 mins
Dubbed a "trio of insidious crusaders for ‘old-timey' music" by Sing Out!'s Pete Welding, the New Lost City Ramblers helped bring old-time music to wider audiences through their performances as a band and through their work making field recordings of traditional musicians and resurrecting songs from old 78rpm di...
(Folkways Records, 1960), 46 mins
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New Lost City Ramblers
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(Folkways Records, 1958), 47 mins
In the original notes to this recording, Mike Seeger writes, "The songs on this album were recorded by commercial companies and the Library of Congress in the southeastern mountains between 1925 and 1935, and show the first attempts of the hill musicians to ‘make a hit' with old traditional songs that had been i...
(Folkways Records, 1958), 47 mins
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