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American roots music [sound recording]
Music Music | Palm Pictures | c2001
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Adult Compact Disc P COLL ARM P75 OVERSIZE DUE 08-17-15


New York : Palm Pictures, c2001.
4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (56 p. : ill., ports. ; 26 cm.)
Disc 1. Country. American roots music theme (Ricky Skaggs, Earl Scruggs, James Cotton and Marc & Ann Savoy) -- Waiting for a train (Jimmie Rodgers) -- Wildwood flower (The Carter Family) -- Take me back to my old Carolina home (Uncle Dave Macon) -- Wabash Cannonball (Roy Acuff) -- That silver haired daddy of mine (Gene Autry) -- Sitting on top of the world (Bob Wills) -- Uncle Pen (Bill Monroe) -- Salty dog blues (Flatt and Scruggs) -- Nine-pound hammer (Merle Travis) -- Walking the floor over you (Ernest Tubb) -- You've got the money, I've got the time (Lefty Frizzell) -- Cold cold heart (Hank Williams) -- Wasn't God who made honky tonk angels (Kitty Wells) -- Black Mountain rag (Doc Watson) -- Earl's breakdown (Earl Scruggs) -- Little Maggie (Ralph Stanley) -- Where shades of love lie deep (Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver) -- Stomping grounds (Béla Fleck and the Flecktones). Disc 2. Blues. The King Biscuit time theme (James Cotton) -- Crazy blues (Mamie Smith) -- St. Louis blues (Bessie Smith) -- Black snake moan (Blind Lemon Jefferson) -- Screamin' and hollerin' the blues (Charley Patton) -- Cross road blues (Robert Johnson) -- Death letter blues (Son House) --Another night to cry (Lonnie Johnson) --Foldin' bed (Whistler's Jug Band) -- Boogie woogie dream (Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson) -- Bye bye bird (Sonny Boy Williamson) -- Shake for me (Howlin' Wolf) -- Got my mojo working (Muddy Waters) -- The thrill is gone (B.B. King) -- Take a little walk with me (Robert Lockwood Jr.) -- Henry (Keb' Mo'). Disc 3. Gospel. Joshua fit de battle (Fisk Jubilee Singers) -- Precious Lord, take my hand (Thomas A. Dorsey) -- Blind Barnabus (The Golden Gate Quartet -- Down by the riverside (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) -- Move on up a little higher (Mahalia Jackson) -- Sit down servant (The Staple Singers) -- Oh happy day (Edwin Hawkins). Folk. This land is your land (Woody Guthrie) -- Goodnight Irene (Lead Belly) -- So long it's been good to know yuh (The Weavers) -- The soldier and the lady (The New Lost City Ramblers) -- John Henry (Mississippi John Hurt) -- If I had a hammer (The hammer song) (Peter, Paul and Mary) -- We shall overcome (SNCC Freedom Singers with Pete Seeger) -- The times they are a-changin' (Bob Dylan). Disc 4. Cajun/Zydeco. Allons à Lafayette (Joe Falcon and Cleoma Breaux) -- Madame Atchen (Amédé Ardoin and Dennis McGee) -- Port Arthur blues (Dewey Balfa) -- I'm a hog for you (Clifton Chenier) -- Dans la Louisianne (Marc and Ann Savoy) -- Ossun two-step (Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys). Tejano. Mal hombre (Lydia Mendoza) -- Muchacha bonita (Narciso Martínez) -- Rosalito (Valerio Longoria) -- Las nubes (Little Joe y la Familia) -- Ring of fire (Mingo Saldívar) -- Sorry boy (Flaco Jiménez) -- Native American. Yeibichei song (unidentified performers) -- Traditional powwow (Renzel Last Horse and Kiyaska) -- Jesus loves me (Everette Red Bear and Sandor Iron Rope of the Native American Church) -- Wounded Knee (Floyd Westerman) --Enchantment song (R. Carlos Nakai) -- The dance (Robert Mirabal).
Fisk Jubilee Singers, Lead Belly & Lomax, Woody Guthree, B.B. King, The Weavers, and Nakai & Mirabal among others.
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aec, 12-01; 1-07(rpl)
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PALMCD 2075-2 Palm Pictures
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