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Quite Early Morning (With Spoken Introduction)
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performed by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014, Jeff Haynes, David Bernz, Travis Jeffrey, David Amram, 1930-, Peter Siegel, fl. 2011, Mark Murphy, 1932-2015 and Grégoire Maret, 1975-, Rivertown Kids; in Pete Seeger with the River Town Kids and Friends:Tomorrow's Children (Appleseed, 2010), 2 mins
performed by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014, Jeff Haynes, David Bernz, Travis Jeffrey, David Amram, 1930-, Peter Siegel, fl. 2011, Mark Murphy, 1932-2015 and Grégoire Maret, 1975-, Rivertown Kids; in Pete Seeger with the River Town Kids and Friends:Tomorrow's Children (Appleseed, 2010), 2 mins
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Fox Chase
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produced by Alan Lomax, 1915-2002; performed by Curry Childress and C.B. Banks; in Prison Songs: Historical Recordings from Parchman Farm 1947-48, Vol.2 -Don'tcha hear Poor Mother Calling? (Rounder Records, 1997), 2 mins
produced by Alan Lomax, 1915-2002; performed by Curry Childress and C.B. Banks; in Prison Songs: Historical Recordings from Parchman Farm 1947-48, Vol.2 -Don'tcha hear Poor Mother Calling? (Rounder Records, 1997), 2 mins
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Progressive Bluegrass, Vol. 3
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(Folkways Records, 1965), 44 mins
Of banjo innovator Roger Sprung, Alan Lomax wrote, "Bluegrass emerged fifty years after New Orleans' hot music as mountaineers' answer to jazz. It seems to me that Sprung has taken a logical and exciting step...by tastefully adding jazz instruments to the bluegrass ensemble and giving bluegrass an exciting swing....
(Folkways Records, 1965), 44 mins
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Fox Chase
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produced by John Cohen, 1932-; performed by Roscoe Holcomb; in The High Lonesome Sound (LP edition) (Folkways Records, 1965), 1 min
This third Folkways production featuring Roscoe Holcomb follows Mountain Music of Kentucky (FW02317) and The Music of Roscoe Holcomb and Wade Ward (FW2363). All three albums describe the social, geographical, and musical contexts that influenced Holcomb, and this volume's liner notes present selected transcri...
produced by John Cohen, 1932-; performed by Roscoe Holcomb; in The High Lonesome Sound (LP edition) (Folkways Records, 1965), 1 min
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