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American roots : a history of American folk music.

Author: Woody GuthriePete SeegerBill MonroeJimmie RodgersUncle Dave MaconAll authors
Publisher: Hoorn, the Netherlands : Disky, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Woody Guthrie; Pete Seeger; Bill Monroe; Jimmie Rodgers; Uncle Dave Macon; Vernon Dalhart; Fiddlin' John Carson; Moonshine Kate; Riley Puckett; Carson Robison; Byrd Moore; Bayless Rose; Marc Williams, (Singer); Curly Parker; Buster Carter; Preston Young; Amedee Breaux; Gene Autry; Hayes Shepherd; Emry Arthur; Monroe Gevedon; Burl Ives; Jack Guthrie; Merle Travis; Roy Acuff; Johnnie Lee Wills; Wiley Walker; Gene Sullivan; Bob Wills; Tommy Duncan; Cisco Houston; Peter Hawes, (Folk singer); Sonny Terry; Josh White; Lee Hays; Carter Family (Musical group); Blue Sky Boys.; Clodhoppers (Musical group); Pioneers (Musical group : Carson Robison); Carolina Tar Heels.; Byrd Moore's Hot Shots (Musical group); Darby & Tarlton.; Alabama Barnstormers.; Hackberry Ramblers.; Alley Boys of Abbeville.; Breaux Freres.; Carver Boys.; Delmore Brothers.; Blue Grass Boys.; Crazy Tennesseans (Musical group); Texas Playboys.; Smoky Mountain Boys.; Rice Brothers Gang.; Almanac Singers.
OCLC Number: 44546774
Notes: Disky: CB 248572 (BX 248582--BX 248612).
All tracks previously released, 1924-1948.
Compact discs.
Performer(s): Woody Guthrie ; Pete Seeger ; Bill Monroe ; The Carter Family ; Jimmie Rodgers ; various other artists.
Description: 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1. Peach pickin' time in Georgia (Jimmie Rodgers) (2:48) --
Sail away ladies (Uncle Dave Macon) (2:54) --
Wildwood flower (The Carter Family) (3:07) --
Trail to Mexico (The Blue Sky Boys) (2:25) --
The runaway train (Vernon Dalhart) (3:11) --
When the saints go marching in (Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate) (3:03) --
All night long (Earl Johnson's Clodhoppers) (3:12) --
Red wing (Riley Puckett) (2:39) --
I'm thinking tonight of my blues eyes (The Carter Family) (3:01) --
Goin' to the barn dance tonight (Carl [i.e. Carson] Robison and his Pioneers) (2:43) --
Go long mule (Uncle Dave Macon) (3:01) --
Frankie and Johnny (Jimmie Rodgers) (2:47) --
Three men went a huntin' (Byrd Moore and his Hot Shots) (2:32) --
My man's a jolly railroad man (Moonshine Kate) (3:08) --
Waiting for a train (Jimmie Rodgers) (2:44) --
Georgia's three-dollar tag (Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate) (2:38) --
Jamestown exhibition (Bayless Rose) (2:45) --
Lay down baby, take your rest (Carolina Taar Heels) (3:05) --
Backwater blues (Uncle Dave Macon) (3:11) --
The wreck of the old '97 (Vernon Dalhart) (3:07) --
The little old sod shanty on my claim (Marc Williams) (3:06) --
Bury me under the weeping willow (The Carter Family) (2:51) --
In the hills of Tennessee (Jimmie Rodgers) (3:01) --
Ida red (The Blue Sky Boys with Curly Parker) (1:18) --
Alto waltz (Darby & Tarleton) (3:09). Disc 2. John Hardy was a desperate little man (The Carter Family) (2:52) --
Gambling bar room blues (Jimmie Rodgers) (3:22) --
Little Bessie (The Alabama Barnstormers) (3:14) --
I'll roll in my sweet baby's arms (Buster Carter and Preston Young) (2:55) --
I'm goin' away in the morn (Uncle Dave Macon) (3:05) --
Pappa's billy goat (Fiddlin' John Carson) (2:55) --
Hackberry trot (The Hackberry Ramblers) (2:37) --
Abbeville breakdown (The Alley Boys of Abbeville) (2:24) --
Tiger rag blues (Breaux Freres) (2:55) --
Louisiana mazurka (Breaux Freres) (2:50) --
Step it fast (Amedee Breaux) (2:54) --
High-steppin' mama (Gene Autry) (2:46) --
Blue yodel : (T for Texas) (Jimmie Rodgers) (3:27) --
Anchored in love (2:42) ; Jimmie Rodgers visits (3:20) (The Carter Family) --
Hard for to love (Hayes Shepherd) (3:09) --
The yellow rose of Texas (Gene Autry & Jimmy Long) (2:51) --
The brave engineer (The Carver Boys) (3:13) --
Taxes on the farmer feeds them all (Fiddlin' John Carson and Moonshine Kate) (2:44) --
Hold the woodpile down (Uncle Dave Macon) (3:01) --
I'm a man of constant sorrow (Emry Arthur) (3:18) --
Rambling boy (The Carter Family) (2:52) --
My little lady (Jimmie Rodgers) (3:02) --
Two Italians ; Red bird (Monroe Gevedon and family) (2:10). Disc 3. Orange blossom special (Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys) (2:31) --
Brown's ferry blues (The Delmore Brothers) (2:34) --
Row us over the tide (The Blue Sky Boys) (3:10) --
The big rock candy mountain (Burl Ives) (2:35) --
Oklahoma hills (Jack Guthrie) (2:44) --
Nine-pound hammer (2:04) ; Cannonball rag (1:34) (Merle Travis) --
Red River valley (Gene Autry) (2:22) --
Mule skinner blues (Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys) (2:42) --
Great speckled bird (Roy Acuff and his Crazy Tenesseeans) (2:51) --
Take it to the captain (The Delmore Brothers) (2:56) --
Garden in the sky (The Blue Sky Boys) (2:43) --
Ain't that a cryin' shame (Merle Travis) (2:13) --
Milk cow blues (Johnnie Lee Wills and his Boys) (2:47) --
When my blue moon turns to gold again (Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan) (2:34) --
Footprints in the snow (Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys) (2:37) --
You can't do wrong and get by (The Delmore Brothers) (2:40) --
Why should it end this way? (The Blue Sky Boys) (2:37) --
Cotton-eyed Joe (Bob Willis and his Texas Playboys with vocal Tommy Duncan) (2:39) --
Night train to Memphis (Roy Acuff and his Smokey Mountain Boys) (2:46) --
You are my sunshine (The Rice Brothers Gang) (2:41) --
Rounder's blues (The Delmore Brothers) (2:53) --
Rocky road blues (Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys) (2:33) --
Wabash Cannonball (Roy Acuff and his Crazy Tennesseeans) (2:45) --
It makes no difference now (Gene Autry) (2:41) --
Pigmeat strut (Merle Travis) (1:42) --
No letter in the mail (Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys) (2:40). Disc 4. This land is your land (2:16) ; House of the rising sun (2:58) ; Grand Coulee Dam (2:10) (Woody Guthrie) --
John Henry (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie) (2:43) --
All I want (Pete Seeger with the Almanac Singers) (2:56) --
Talking union (2:56) ; Teeroo teeroo (2:26) (Pete Seeger) --
I know an old lady (Burl Ives) (2:39) --
Columbus stockade (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie) (2:23) --
The sinking of the Reuben James (Pete Seeger with the Almanac Singers) (3:04) --
Boll weevil blues (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie with Sonny Terry) (3:11) --
Away Rio (Pete Hawes with the Almanac Singers) (2:18) --
The coast of the high Barbary (Pete Seeger with the Almanac Singers) (2:28) --
Jack-hammer blues (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie with Sonny Terry) (2:37) --
Liza Jane (Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie with Josh White and the Almanac Singers) (2:39) --
Pastures of plenty (Woody Guthrie) (2:26) --
Cumberland Gap (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie with Sonny Terry) (2:38) --
Casey Jones (1:49) ; Cumberland bear chase (2:38) (Pete Seeger) --
So long it's been good to know you (Woody Guthrie) (3:05) --
Union maid (Pete Seeger with the Almanac Singers) (2:09) --
Hard travellin' Guthrie (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie) (2:11) --
Erie Canal (Pete Seeger) (1:30) --
Pretty boy Floyd (Woody Guthrie) (3:08) --
State of Arkansas (Lee Hays) (2:44) --
Worried man blues (Cisco Houston and Woody Guthrie) (3:08) --
Deliver the goods (Pete Seeger with the Almanac Singers) (2:23) --
Do-ri-mi (Woody Guthrie) (2:32).
Other Titles: History of American folk music
American folk music

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