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I'm Going Down to North Carolina - The Complete Recording of the Red Fox Chasers, 1928-31
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performed by Guy Brooks, Bob Cranford, Paul Miles and A. P. Thompson, Red Fox Chasers (Tompkins Square Records, 2009), 2 hours 4 mins, 40 page(s)
performed by Guy Brooks, Bob Cranford, Paul Miles and A. P. Thompson, Red Fox Chasers (Tompkins Square Records, 2009), 2 hours 4 mins, 40 page(s)
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Pete Seeger: At 89
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produced by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014; performed by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014 (Appleseed, 2008), 1 hour 6 mins, 32 page(s)
produced by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014; performed by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014 (Appleseed, 2008), 1 hour 6 mins, 32 page(s)
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Everhart
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produced by Harold L. Luick, fl. 1978 (Folkways Records, 1978), 33 mins
produced by Harold L. Luick, fl. 1978 (Folkways Records, 1978), 33 mins
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Look Out! Here It Comes
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(Folkways Records, 1975), 43 mins
An alumnus of the New Lost City Ramblers and an integral part of the old time music scene, Tracy Schwarz brings emotion to his singing and to his banjo and fiddle playing. As he writes in the liner notes, "This is my favorite music, and I'm committed to it for life."
(Folkways Records, 1975), 43 mins
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Milk 'Em in the Evening Blues
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produced by Mike Seeger, 1933-2009 (Folkways Records, 1968), 52 mins
produced by Mike Seeger, 1933-2009 (Folkways Records, 1968), 52 mins
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Excerpts from Interviews with Dock Boggs, Legendary Banjo Player and Singer
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(Folkways Records, 1965), 59 mins

Mike Seeger interviews Dock Boggs, a Virginia coal miner, banjo player and singer of old-time Appalachian mountain music and blues. Boggs once garnered a record deal with Brunswick to record 24 tracks, but he only completed eight before quitting and returning to Virginia during the 1920s. He was all but forgotten...

(Folkways Records, 1965), 59 mins
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World Tour with Folk Songs
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produced by Gunther Jerzabek (Folkways Records, 1962), 39 mins
Taken from concerts in Burma and Germany, this album features live recordings of Steve Addiss and Bill Crofut during their tour for the State Department's Cultural Exchange Program. Their repertoire includes adaptations of Thai, Burmese, Kenyan, and Japanese songs, as well as material from the United States.
produced by Gunther Jerzabek (Folkways Records, 1962), 39 mins
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