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Thu Oct 16 17:59:58 2014 UTClccn-n861095190.00Oral history interview with Merle Travis; 1975 October 170.301.00Nashville picking. guitar solos of Merle Travis, Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins /51876788Merle_Travisn 861095191771817Mearle TravisMerle 1917-1983Travis, M. 1917-1983Travis, Mel 1917-1983Travis, Merle.Travis, Merle 1917-1983lccn-n83042805Acuff, Royprflccn-n82096233Scruggs, Earlprflccn-nr93023798Kopple, Barbaradrtlccn-n78053673Baker, Nancynp-lampson, maryLampson, Marylccn-no94037811Cabin Creek Filmsnp-perry, hartPerry, Hartlccn-n50027622Duke Power Companylccn-n2004031435Arthur, Paul1947-2008lccn-n50062445United Mine Workers of AmericaTravis, MerleDramaMusicFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsHistoryMethodsRock musicPopular musicDoo-wop (Music)Folk songsHawaiiPearl Harbor, Attack on (Hawaii : 1941)SoldiersUnited States.--ArmyWorld War (1939-1945)Country musicKentucky--Harlan CountyCoal Miners' Strike (Harlan County, Kentucky : 1973)United Mine Workers of AmericaDuke Power CompanyUnited StatesBluegrass musicCoal minersStrikes and lockoutsEastover Mining CompanyPopular musicJones, James,Man-woman relationshipsOld-time musicGospel musicAfrican AmericansRagtime musicCowboysCajun musicStrikes and lockouts--Coal miningGuitarRock musicArmed ForcesFolk songs, EnglishCoal miners--Labor unionsKentuckyFolk musicRailroadsTravis, MerleGuitar--Instruction and studyWestern swing (Music)Honky-tonk musicBlues (Music)Country musiciansLabor unionsMilitary basesEatherly, Pat Travis,MusiciansPavement (Musical group)Stoller, MikeShines, JohnnyMontgomery, John MichaelDeBarge, ElCachaoRodney, Red1917198319331940194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120136753617904791.4372PN1997ocn003295132ocn049492376ocn022585173ocn024777228ocn030024734ocn027839003ocn005131289ocn022769974ocn018699396ocn044546774ocn063159625ocn855542880ocn811562853ocn811559224ocn811453089ocn036023010ocn697957878ocn035207200ocn054807594ocn724963798ocn766872385ocn762659653ocn659201725ocn762711943ocn697957878ocn035207200ocn054807594ocn664253117ocn698384502ocn032773620ocn658857021ocn668088643ocn659201725ocn658392605ocn244488529ocn664253117ocn780221801ocn732371710ocn746153450ocn820871244ocn732371826ocn663896322ocn050450109ocn732371583ocn213465306ocn659127196ocn796734089ocn668088655ocn668088643ocn659127204ocn731022247ocn659127218ocn760194666ocn760197728ocn244214629ocn768431016ocn668411874ocn668400912ocn658416465ocn659307636ocn659275665ocn32036147610065ocn070081580visu19870.28Kopple, BarbaraHarlan County U.S.AHistoryInterviewsDramaDocumentaire sur un conflit de travail survenu en 1973 entre les mineurs de charbon de Brookside, Kentucky et la compagnie d'exploitation. La grève dura plus d'un an. La compagnie d'exploitation continua de faire fonctionner la mine en engageant des ouvriers venus d'ailleurs. Pendant ce temps, le syndicat était lui-même en proie à des dissensions intestines qui devaient provoquer un meurtre. Les mineurs finirent par obtenir gain de cause après une lutte difficile76715ocn049492376rcrd19710.19Nitty Gritty Dirt BandWill the circle be unbroken6524ocn063159625visu20010.21Zinnemann, FredFrom here to eternityFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsDrama about life in the Army in the days prior to World War II. Shows the effect of Army discipline on an individualistic former boxing champion who defies the attempts of officers and men to break him when he refuses to fight on the company's boxing team. Includes actual scenes of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor+-+68332655354777ocn002999245rcrd19760.47Joplin, ScottMaple leaf rag; [ragtime in rural America]MusicRagtime in Rural America4655ocn003295132rcrd19770.39Country music south and westMusicContains such country songs as I wanna be a cowboy's sweet heart, Born to lose, and cotton eyed Joe performed by such artists as Jimmie Rodgers, The sons of the pioneers, and the Carter family1531ocn036193267rcrd19910.21Platters (Musical group)The magic touch Platters anthologyDoo-wop (Music)Popular musicRock musicAll of the Platters' original Mercury chart singes, selected B-sides and EP/LP cuts1447ocn022769974rcrd19670.21Travis, MerleThe best of Merle Travis1182ocn811453003file20020.70Travis, MerleMerle Travis the very best1121ocn811453089file20070.74I fall to pieces 10 timeless country songs1121ocn739044233score20110.16DuBrock, AndrewTravis picking : [a guitarist's guide to fingerpicking techniques, patterns, and styles]+-+5089498796911ocn008989508score19660.23Traum, HappyFinger-picking styles for guitarMethodsFolk songs811ocn030024734rcrd19930.16Great American train songsMusic801ocn018679533rcrd19620.21Everly BrothersThe golden hits of the Everly BrothersPopular musicRock music764ocn018699396rcrd19850.1650 years of bluegrass hitsBluegrass music623ocn697957878file19590.86Travis, MerleIn Boston, 1959615ocn035207200rcrd19470.22Travis, MerleFolksongs of the hillsMusic611ocn036023010rcrd19960.24Thompson, HankHank Thompson581ocn036981014rcrd19970.20Steel rails classic railroad songsMusicFolk songs, EnglishBluegrass musicCountry musicFolk music542ocn044546774rcrd19990.26American roots a history of American folk music521ocn028835274rcrd19900.33Classic country music. a Smithsonian collection531ocn014967269book19870.23Eatherly, Pat TravisIn search of my fatherBiography191ocn527366000book19950.23Bourgoin, Suzanne MContemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources183ocn055742915visu19940.16The real Merle Travis guitar like father, like sonMethodsInstructor Tom Bresh, Merle Travis' son, imparts instruction in playing guitar in his father's style and shares memories of his father. Applicable for aspiring folk, country, blues, and rock guitarists+-+8912807846111ocn032905341rcrd19940.26Travis, MerleGuitar rags and a too fast past62ocn058723930visu19930.24Dadi, MarcelThe guitar of Merle TravisMethods Blues Self-instructionMarcel Dadi teaches seven of Merle's greatest instrumentals51ocn071000869visu20040.66Beginner's Travis pickingFred Sokolow teaches Merle Travis' fingerpicking style, inspired by Chet Atkins and generations of country, folk, bluegrass and rock guitarists. Designed for the beginning to intermediate guitarists, Fred teaches Travis picking within the context of five different songs: Nine pound hammer, I am a pilgrim, Windy and warm, Whispering, and Mack the Knife. On a bonus track, Fred talks about his Songbook series51ocn044686390book20000.47Eatherly, Pat TravisA scrapbook of my daddy, Merle Travis21ocn460774552score19460.92Travis, MerleCincinnati LouPortraits11ocn026661042mix1.00Green, ArchieArchie Green papersHistoryCatalogsFolkloreMusicDiscographyThe collection includes correspondence, subject files, research materials, writings, photographs, and other materials pertaining chiefly to Green's professional activities, circa 1955-2008. Materials reflect Green's interests in the study of folklore; occupational folklore, with special emphasis on songs relating to textile workers, railroad workers, coal miners, and cowboys; labor history, especially the 1919 riot in Centralia, Wash.; early country (hillbilly) music; sound recording archives; folk musicians; and production and collection of sound recordings. There are also materials relating to Green's research and teaching activities and participation in professional associations, music and folklore festivals, and the faculty labor union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The additions to the papers of Archie Green build on and expand the topical content of the original deposit. Beyond the subjects already described, notable topics represented in these additions include Green's lobbying efforts on behalf of the Citizens' Committee for an American Folklife Foundation (CCAFF) to establish the American Folklife Center; songs relating to oil field, longshore, and cannery workers, and to the Homestead Strike; songs and history of wobblies and the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.); the 1913 Wheatland, Calif., riot; folk art, labor art, and artists, and artists; unions and working culture of shipwrights, pile drivers, millwrights and carpenters, loggers, and maritime, steel, sheetmetal, and timber workers; labor landmarks throughout the United States, but especially in the San Francisco Bay area; the history of federal government support for folk life; the role of public sector/applied folklore in the preservation of folklore and cultural conservation; the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Project; and graphic art representations of folklore and labor themes, including depictions of folk hero John Henry. In these projects, he worked with many folklorists, musicologists, and others11ocn843883859serial1.00The cannon ball rag : a newsletter dedicated to the life and music of Merle TravisPeriodicals11ocn058841164rcrd1975Travis, MerleOral history interview with Merle Travis; 1975 October 17HistoryGuitarist Merle Travis discusses his career. Discussion includes early musical influences Mose Rager and Ike Everly; the start of his guitar and banjo playing; his guitars; his association with Leo Fender; joining Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats; the Brown's Ferry Four; recording for Sid Nathan and King Records; signing with Capitol Records; his songwriting, including "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke (That Cigarette)"; the story behind his Grand Ole Opry membership; changes in country music performance styles; his assessment of his role as an influential guitarist; the importance of early radio shows to country music; and the evolution of the country song11ocn159933502art19690.10Stambler, IrwinTravis, Merle12ocn191917595mix1991Merle Travis memorial videoThis is a video recording of the dedication of the Merle Travis Monument in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. It includes biographical information about his birth, family, career, and death11ocn061434981mix1.00Southern Folklife Collection artist name filesArtists of particular importance in this collections with surnames R-Z11ocn881193508rcrd2005Wolfe, Charles KCharles K. Wolfe Audio CollectionInterviewsThis collection of audio tapes was created by Dr. Charles K. Wolfe during the course of his career as collector, scholar, educator and author on topics relating to the vernacular music of the American South circa 1975-200511ocn747254305art19850.10Travis, Merle Robert. country music singer, songwriterBiography11ocn068904335art1999Travis, Merle11ocn027189072mix1.00Seeger, MikeMike Seeger collectionMusicBluegrass musicBlues (Music)The collection consists of open reel tape and DAT audio recordings from 1955 to 2002, along with supporting logs and films. The audio recordings include both live performances and Seeger's interviews with many notable bluegrass and old-time musicians; master tapes from various LP recording projects; and recordings of Seeger's own band, the New Lost City Ramblers. Of particular interest are live concert recordings featuring such musicians as Tony Alderman, E.C. Ball, Dock Boggs, Buzz Busby, Alex Campbell and Ola Belle Reed, Maybelle Carter, Elizabeth Cotten, Sady Courville, Cousin Emmy, Hazel Dickens, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Roscoe Holcomb, Mississippi John Hurt, Tommy Jarrell, the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Grandpa Jones, the Lilly Brothers, the Louvin Brothers, Carl Martin and Ted Bogan, Dennis McGee, Sam McGee and Kirk McGee (the McGee Brothers), Bill Monroe and Charlie Monroe (the Monroe Brothers), the Osborne Brothers, Don Reno, Marc Savoy, Red Smiley, Kilby Snow, the Stanley Brothers, Ernest V. Stoneman, J.C. Sutphin, Merle Travis, Wade Ward, Mac Wiseman, and the New Lost City Ramblers. Also includied are recordings of various performances and workshops at festivals, including the American Old-Time Music Festival, the Bean Blossom Music Festival, and the Culpeper Music Festival. There are also recordings from the New Lost City Ramblers' European tour with Adam Landrenau and Cyp Landrenau, Cousin Emmy, and the Stanley Brothers. Performances were recorded at large and small venues, including New River Ranch near Rising Sun, Md.; Sunset Park, Pa.; and the Union Grove Fiddlers Convention in North Carolina. Seeger recorded in-depth interviews with many musicians, including Clarence Tom Ashley, the Benfield Family, Dock Boggs, Charlie Bowman, Maybelle Carter, Tommy Jarrell, Kirk McGee, Sam McGee, Eck Robertson, Leslie Riddle, Kilby Snow, Ernest V. Stoneman, and Wade Ward. Of particular interest is Seeger's interview with Columbia Records talent scout Frank Walker. Other New Lost City Ramblers recordings include raw tracks and master tapes for the group's albums; live recordings at folk festivals, colleges, and other venues; and band meetings. Supporting documentation includes Seeger's logs for all of the audio recordings and an artist index11ocn816499863visu20041.00Nashville picking. guitar solos of Merle Travis, Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins"In this unique series of DVD lessons, Marcel Dadi presents the guitar arrangements of Merle Travis, Jerry Reed and Chet Atkins"--Container11ocn070137640mix1.00Southern Folklife Collection song foliosHymnsMusicBluegrass musicChristmas musicFolk musicGospel musicHumorous songsSongsSong folios from the United States, Canada, Australia, and England, circa 1882-1983. Some folios were published by radio stations, including WSM in Nashville, Tenn., and WWVA in Wheeling, W. Va. Musical genres and song styles represented include calypso, comedy songs, country songs, cowboy songs, gospel songs, Hawaiian songs, hobo songs, hymns, Irish reels, labor songs, Latin-American songs, minstrel songs, Mormon songs, novelty songs, parodies, popular songs, spirituals, songs of the Industrial Workers of the World, traditional songs, union songs, vaudeville, western songs, and World War II songs. Significant persons and groups are listed below+-+6833265535+-+6833265535Thu Oct 16 15:54:44 EDT 2014batch38036