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Various - Friends Of Old Time Music (The Folk Arrival 1961-1965) flac album

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Friends Of Old Time Music (The Folk Arrival 1961-1965)
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1-1 Doc* And Arnold Watson I'm Troubled
Voice, Guitar – Doc WatsonVoice, Harmonica – Arnold Watson
1-2 Dock Boggs The Coutry Blues
Guitar – Mike SeegerVoice, Banjo – Dock Boggs
1-3 Fred McDowell Going Down To The River
Voice, Guitar – Fred McDowell
1-4 Roscoe Holcomb East Virginia
MC [Introduced By] – John Cohen Voice, Banjo – Roscoe Holcomb
1-5 Maybelle Carter The Storms Are On The Oceans
Guitar – Mike SeegerVoice, Autoharp – Maybelle Carter
1-6 The Stanley Brothers The Dream Of The Miner's Child
Bass – Carl HawkinsFiddle – Vernon DerrickMandolin – Curley LambertVoice [Lead], Guitar – Carter StanleyVoice [Tenor], Banjo – Ralph Stanley
1-7 Hobart Smith Soldier's Joy
Banjo – Hobart Smith
1-8 Mississippi John Hurt Coffee Blues
Voice, Guitar – Mississippi John Hurt
1-9 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* Live And Let Live
1-10 The Watson Family* Lonely Tombs
1-11 Jesse Fuller Rockin' Boogie
1-12 Gaither Carlton And Doc Watson Brown's Dream
Fiddle – Gaither CarltonGuitar – Doc Watson
1-13 Dock Boggs Down South Blues
Guitar – Mike SeegerVoice, Banjo – Dock Boggs
1-14 Sam McGee Knoxville Blues
Guitar – Sam McGee
1-15 The Stanley Brothers Have A Feast Here Tonight
1-16 John Davis And The Georgia Sea Island Singers* Riley
1-17 Jesse Fuller Buck And Wing
2-1 Arthur Smith Hell Among The Yearlings
Banjo – Kirk McGeeFiddle – Arthur Smith Guitar – Sam McGee
2-2 The Greenbriar Boys Amelia
2-3 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* The Brakeman's Blues
2-4 Maybelle Carter Foggy Mountain Top
Guitar – Mike SeegerVoice, Guitar – Maybelle Carter
2-5 Doc Watson Hicks' Farewell
Fiddle – Gaither CarltonVoice, Guitar – Doc Watson
2-6 The New Lost City Ramblers Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel
Fiddle – Mike SeegerGuitar – John Cohen Voice, Banjo – Tom Paley
2-7 Fred McDowell Write Me A Few Of Your Lines
Voice, Guitar – Fred McDowell
2-8 Joseph Spence Bimini Gal
Voice, Guitar – Joseph Spence
2-9 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* Shady Grove
2-10 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* Grey Eagle
2-11 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* Walkin' The Dog
2-12 Jesse Fuller San Francisco Bay Blues
2-13 Doc* And Arnold Watson Short Life Of Trouble
Voice, Guitar – Doc WatsonVoice, Harmonica – Arnold Watson
2-14 Roscoe Holcomb John Henry
Guitar – John Cohen Voice, Banjo – Roscoe Holcomb
2-15 Stanley Thompson Kneelin' Down Inside The Gate
2-16 McKinley Peebles Tell Me Why You Like Roosevelt
Voice, Guitar – McKinley Peebles
2-17 Maybelle Carter Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow
Guitar – Mike SeegerVoice, Guitar – Maybelle Carter
2-18 The Stanley Brothers Mansions For Me
2-19 Bessie Jones And The Georgia Sea Island Singers* Before This Time Another Year
3-1 Mississippi John Hurt My Creole Belle
Voice, Guitar – Mississippi John Hurt
3-2 Jesse Fuller "Guitar Blues"
Voice, Guitar [12-string] – Jesse Fuller
3-3 Jesse Fuller Cincinatti Blues
Voice, Guitar [12-string] – Jesse Fuller
3-4 Dock Boggs Poor Boy In Jail
Guitar – Mike SeegerVoice, Banjo – Dock Boggs
3-5 Maybelle Carter He's Solid Gone
Autoharp – Mike SeegerVoice, Guitar – Maybelle Carter
3-6 The Clarence Ashley Group* Maggie Walker Blues
3-7 Ed Young And Emma Ramsay Chevrolet
3-8 Roscoe Holcomb Rising Sun Blues
Voice, Guitar – Roscoe Holcomb
3-9 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* Lord, Build Me A Cabin In Glory
3-10 Mississippi John Hurt Frankie And Albert
Voice, Guitar – Mississippi John Hurt
3-11 The Stanley Brothers Hard Times
3-12 Horton Barker The Miller's Will
Voice [Unaccompanied Singer] – Horton Barker
3-13 Clarence Ashley The Coo Coo Bird
Guitar – Doc WatsonVoice, Banjo – Clarence Ashley
3-14 Gaither Carlton And Doc Watson Double File
Fiddle – Gaither CarltonGuitar – Doc Watson
3-15 Annie Bird The Wandering Boy
Guitar – Doc WatsonVoice, Autoharp – Annie Bird
3-16 Jesse Fuller Stranger Blues
3-17 Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys* I Saw The Light
3-18 Maybelle Carter Sugar Hill
Banjo – Maybelle Carter
3-19 The Clarence Ashley Group* Amazing Grace

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Credits

  • Artwork [Posters By], Liner Notes [Additional Essays By] – John Cohen
  • Design, Layout – Visual Dialogue
  • Liner Notes [Additional Essays By] – Jody Stecher
  • Producer, Mastered By, Recorded By, Liner Notes [Album And Track Notes] – Peter K. Siegel
  • Transferred By [Analog To Digital Tape Transfers By] – Pete Reiniger

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 093074016022
  • Label Code: LC 9628

Bessie Jones And The Georgia Sea Island Singers. Before This Time Another Year. 3-1. –Mississippi John Hurt. Voice, Guitar – Mississippi John Hurt.

From 1961 to 1965, New York City’s trailblazing Friends of Old Time Music presented 14 concerts that brought dozens of legendary traditional musicians before city audiences for the first time. This "folk arrival" changed the course of American folk music, expanding the vision of the Folk Song Revival and leaving an indelible mark on the musical landscape. For Friends of Old Time Music, Peter K. Siegel, who personally recorded most of the concerts, handpicked 55 tracks from the original master tapes

From 1961 to 1965, New York city's trailblazing Friends of Old Time Music presented 14 concerts that brought dozens of legendary traditional musicians before city audiences for the first time, and helped spark the folk revival. In the early '60s, during the great Folk Scare, an organization called the Friends of Old Time Music (Ralph Rinzler, Izzy Young, Mike Seeger, Jean Ritchie, and John Cohen) brought some of the era's best folk, blues, and bluegrass performers to New York City. I would recommend this album as a slice of the Americana folk scene, but I am not sure you will play them (3 CDs) over and over again. It is more of a one or two time romp!

Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Sep 2006 55 Tracks. PLAY ALL. Friends Of Old Time Music: The Folk Arrival 1961-1965. Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Sep 2006 55 Tracks. Gaana is the one-stop solution for all your music needs.

Friends of Old Time Music: The Folk Arrival (1961-1965). Arnold Watson & Doc Watson. Your browser does not support the audio element. Going Down to the River. The Storms Are On the Ocean. The Dream of the Miner's Child.

1. I'm Troubled - Doc and Arnold Watson. 2. The Country Blues - Dock Boggs. You look like someone who appreciates good music.

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The Anthology of American Folk Music is a six-album compilation released in 1952 by Folkways Records (catalogue FP 251, FP 252, and FP 253), comprising eighty-four American folk, blues and country music recordings that were originally issued from 1927 to 1932. Experimental film maker Harry Smith compiled the music from his personal collection of 78 rpm records. The album is famous due to its role as a touchstone for the American folk music revival in the 1950s and 1960s

Old-time music is a genre of North American folk music. It developed along with various North American folk dances, such as square dancing, clogging, and buck dancing. It is played on acoustic instruments, generally centering on a combination of fiddle and plucked string instruments (most often the guitar and banjo), as well as the mandolin