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The coffee house songbook

Author: Jay Edwards; Charles Sens; Irwin Rosenhouse
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Oak Publications, 1966.
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Genre/Form: Songbooks
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Folk music; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Edwards; Charles Sens; Irwin Rosenhouse
ISBN: 0825600340 9780825600340
OCLC Number: 1351230
Notes: "164 songs, with guitar chords"--Cover.
Description: 1 score (240 pages) : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Songs of love: I saw her as she came and went ; Come all you fair and tender ladies ; The ballad of Reading Gaol ; Don't sing love songs ; Mary Ann ; Far thee well ; Once I had a sweetheart ; Ibby damsel ; The dear companion ; Lass from the Low Country ; Black is the color ; The Queen of Hearts ; Alberta ; If you will weave me ; My love loves the sun ; She's like a swallow ; I never will marry ; Banks of the roses ; Locks and bolts ; Cruel war ; Wild mountain thyme ; Shule aroon ; Buttermilk Hill ; The water is wide ; Waly waly ; Rue ; Sprig of thyme ; The next market day ; Blow the candles out ; I know you rider ; Ramblin' gambler ; The wagoner's lad ; Wildwood flower ; West Virginia boys ; Pretty Saro ; Lady Margaret ; Pretty Peggy-O ; Bonnie lass of Fyvie ; Geordie ; The foggy dew ; Daily growing ; Katharine Jaffray ; Lord Bateman ; The trooper and the maid ; The cambric shirt ; Butcher's boy ; Down by the seaside --
Talkin' critters and fragment songs: Whippoorwill ; Buckeye Jim ; Leatherwing bat ; The cuckoo ; Bowling Green ; Katy cruel ; Cotton-eyed Joe --
Songs of vocation and avocation: Moonshiner ; Whiskey Johnny ; Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum ; The Salvation Army song (Away with him) ; Whiskey you're the Devil ; The cruiskeen lawn (The full jug) ; The Carlton weaver ; The parting glass ; Hello Susan Brown ; A jug of punch ; Timber (Jerry) ; Old settler's song (Acres of claims) ; Springhill mining disaster ; The rackets around the Blue Mountain Lake ; Red iron ore ; Byker Hill ; Take this hammer ; Bald Mountain ; Darlin' ; Roll on buddy ; Black smoke a-risin' ; Swannanoa Tunnel ; The Wabash Cannonball ; J. Gould's daughter ; Cosher Bailey ; Freight train ; Nine hundred miles ; Farewell to Tarwaithe ; Venezuela ; Row bullies, row ; The coast of Peru ; Greenland whale fishery ; Don't go to sea once more ; John Riley [2] ; The bonnie ship the Diamond ; The eclipse ; We'll rant and we'll roar --
Songs concerning religion: The Virgin Mary had a one son ; Sinner man ; Oh, Mary don't you weep ; This train ; Life is like a mountain railroad ; The great speckled bird ; Shaker song ; We need a whole lot more of Jesus ; It's G-L-O-R-Y to know I'm S-A-V-E-D ; Plastic Jesus ; Old gospel ship --
Songs of various nations: Run come see ; Delia ; Erin go braugh ; Star of the County Down ; The foggy dew ; The bonnie Earl of Murray ; Gin I were ; Bobby Campbell ; The great silkie of Sule Skerry ; Bonnie George Campbell ; Shalom chaverim ; Hinneh mah tov ; Hava netze b'machol ; Hey Zhankoye ; Shir finjan ; Nine miles from Gundagai ; The drover's dream ; Five miles from Gundagai ; Bold Jack Donahue ; The wild colonial boy ; The Castlereagh River --
Songs of protest: Dram and guns (Johnny comes marching home) ; The Kerry recruit ; War ; Tim Evans (Go down you murderer) ; Ballad of the carpenter ; The Klan ; Jim Crow ; Portland County Jail ; Old Bill ; Man of constant sorrow ; Lonesome road ; Times are getting hard ; Abilene ; Evil hearted man ; Jelly roll blues ; Hesitation blues ; Rabbit blues ; Ain't no more cane on this brazos ; Goin' down to the river ; Rainbow ; Long time man ;House of the Rising Sun ; Solid gone ; Lonely walk through sorrow ; Walk the road again ; Rolling stone ; Come home wild Jill ; The unreconstructed rebel ; Climber's lullaby ; Black Mountain ; My children ; Nottamun Town ; Pretty Polly ; Gilgarry Mountain ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Johnson; Railroad Bill ; Sam Hall Miller's cave.
Responsibility: collected and edited by Jay Edwards ; music transcribed and edited by Charles Sens ; drawings from the sketchbooks of Irwin Rosenhouse.

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