No Time To Tarry Here (Music)
Sun Oct 13th 2013 2.00pm–4.00pm
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Phil Cooper & Margaret Nelson “No Time To Tarry Here” from No Time to Tarry Here CD SINGLE (self-released) —Tim Rakel filling in this afternoonBuy it!
Stanley Brothers “The Old Home” from The Complete Columbia Stanley Brothers (Columbia / Legacy 1996)Buy it!
The Carter Family “My Clinch Mountain Home” (Rounder 1993) —from the complete Victor recordings, 1928-1929Buy it!
Frank Stokes “Right Now Blues” from Violin, Sing The Blues For Me (Old Hat www.oldhatrecords.com 1999) —featuring Will Batts on violin, recorded in Memphis 1929Buy it!
Henry Thomas “Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance?” from Texas Worried Blues (Yazoo 1989) —from the complete recorded works, 1927-29Buy it!
Lead Belly “John Hardy” from Goodnight Irene (Tradition 1996)Buy it!
Doc & Merle Watson “John Henry” from Home Sweet Home (Sugar Hill Records www.sugarhillrecords.com 1998)Buy it!
John Fahey “My Station Will Be Changed After While” from The Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death (Takoma Records 1980)Buy it!
Leonard Cohen “The Partisan” from Songs From A Room (Columbia 1969) —covering the song written by Anna Marly and Hy ZaretBuy it!
The Pogues “Lorelei” from Peace And Love (WEA 1989) —written by guitarist Philip Chevron who passed away last weekBuy it!
The Murphy Beds “The Old Churchyard” from The Murphy Beds (self-released 2012) —featuring Jefferson Hamer and Eamon O'LearyBuy it!
Anaïs Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer “Sir Patrick Spens” from Child Ballads (Wilderland 2013)Buy it!
Cooper-Moore “A Lament For Trees” from The Cedar Box Recordings (50 Miles of Elbow Room / AUM Fidelity 2008) —an instrumental featuring the diddley-boBuy it!
John Hartford “Dusty Miller Hornpipe And Fugue In A Major For Strings, Brass And 5-String Banjo” from John Hartford (RCA / Victor 1969)Buy it!
Lemuel Turner “Tramp Waltz” from Imaginational Anthem Vol. 6 (Tompkins Square 2013)Buy it!
Los Donnenos “Amor Imposible” from Grabaciones Originales (Arhoolie 2006) —from a collection of ranchera songs originally released 1950-54Buy it!
Jesus Maya & Timoteo Cantu “Los Tequileros” from The Roots Of The Narcocorrido (Arhoolie 2004) —a prohibition ballad recorded in the 1920sBuy it!
Woody Guthrie “Wild Cyclone” from Buffalo Skinners (Smithsonian Folkways 1999)Buy it!
Sleepy John Estes “Hobo Jungle Blues” from What's The Use Of Walking If There's A Freight Train Going Your Way? (Charles H. Kerr Co. 2006)Buy it!
Ernest Williams and group “Ain't No More Cane On The Brazos” from Deep River Of Song: Big Brazos (Rounder 2000) —from a collection of prison recordings, Texas 1933-34Buy it!
Lead Belly “Birmingham Jail” from Last Sessions (Smithsonian Folkways 1994) —recorded in 1948Buy it!
Memphis Minnie “When The Levee Breaks (featuring Kansas Joe McCoy)” from Me And My Chauffeur (Proper 2003) —recorded in 1929Buy it!
Lonnie Johnson “Hard Times Ain't Gone No Where” from Complete Recorded Works 1937-1947 - Volume 1 (RST Records)Buy it!
Lightnin' Hopkins “They Wonder Who I Am” from Mojo Hand: The Lightnin' Hopkins Anthology (Rhino 1993)Buy it!
Bascom Lamar Lunsford “I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground” from Ballads, Banjo Tunes, And Sacred Songs Of Western North Carolina (Smithsonian Folkways 1996)Buy it!
Henry Thomas “Railroadin' Some” from Texas Worried Blues (Yazoo 1989)Buy it!
Elizabeth Cotton “Freight Train” from Freight Train & Other North Carolina Folk Songs and Tunes (Smithsonian Folkways)Buy it!
Ewan MacColl “The Press Gang” from Black And White (Cooking Vinyl 1990)Buy it!
The Pogues “Thousands Are Sailing” from Streams Of Whiskey (Earmark Records 2002) —written and sung by Philip Chevron, recorded live in 1991Buy it!
A Hawk And A Hacksaw “Horses Of Fire Rachenitsa” from You Have Already Gone To The Other World (LM 2013) N Buy it!
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