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Charlie Louvin Sings Murder Ballads and Disaster Songs
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produced by Mark Nevers; performed by Charlie Louvin, 1927-2011 (Tompkins Square Records, 2008), 37 mins
produced by Mark Nevers; performed by Charlie Louvin, 1927-2011 (Tompkins Square Records, 2008), 37 mins
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Ramblin'
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produced by Tom Royals (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1991), 44 mins
The first recordings from an artist with a gift for interpreting original blues from Robert Johnson to Memphis Minnie to The Carter Family. Williams’s unmistakable sound is powerfully direct and filled with melancholy and passion. 43 minutes. "The quintessential recording of Lucinda Williams.... An unbelievab...
produced by Tom Royals (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1991), 44 mins
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David Bromberg Band: How Late'll Ya Play 'Till, Vol. 2: Studio
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produced by Steve Burgh and David Bromberg, 1945-; performed by David Bromberg, 1945-, David Bromberg Band (Fantasy, 1989), 50 mins
produced by Steve Burgh and David Bromberg, 1945-; performed by David Bromberg, 1945-, David Bromberg Band (Fantasy, 1989), 50 mins
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Everhart Takes the Fifth
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produced by Frank Green, 1952- (Folkways Records, 1983), 28 mins
produced by Frank Green, 1952- (Folkways Records, 1983), 28 mins
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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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All In One Evening
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produced by Kevin Roth, 1957- (Folkways Records, 1978), 39 mins
Ola Belle and Bud Reed's Pennsylvania home was a haven for young musicians, a place where picking, singing, and good company soothed the sting of hard times. The Reeds, joined by Kevin Roth, recorded this album of traditional and original songs one evening in 1977.
produced by Kevin Roth, 1957- (Folkways Records, 1978), 39 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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